Cycle World Interview With PJ Jacobsen, World Supersport Racer

Last season was a big learning year. When I was in British Superbike two years ago, I took a little more risk and crashed a lot more. In World Supersport, I stayed more consistent and didn’t go above what I thought I was capable of. I was trying to score points every weekend. I ended up sixth, which is really good. This year I will really have to stick my neck out if I want to win the championship.

It was great to have the American flag back on the podium at Misano [third place] and Jerez [second]. After that, everything started clicking for me. People saw my talent and what I did the rest of the season. Those finishes helped me secure a ride this year.

Read the rest of the interview with the former AMA Pro Daytona SportBike (now Supersport) racer here.

Last season was a big learning year. When I was in British Superbike two years ago, I took a little more risk and crashed a lot more. In World Supersport, I stayed more consistent and didn’t go above what I thought I was capable of. I was trying to score points every weekend. I ended up sixth, which is really good. This year I will really have to stick my neck out if I want to win the championship.

It was great to have the American flag back on the podium at Misano [third place] and Jerez [second]. After that, everything started clicking for me. People saw my talent and what I did the rest of the season. Those finishes helped me secure a ride this year.

Read the rest of the interview with the former AMA Pro Daytona SportBike (now Supersport) racer here.