Racing has to be in your blood to compete at the elite level at which Barrett has excelled. Indeed, he's a third generation motorcycle champion whose granddad raced at Daytona when it was just an oval in the sand. Barrett took to his sport as a young boy, and never wanted to do anything but race, race, race. This single-minded focus, some would say obsession, resulted in success from the outset. At age sixteen Barrett won the 125cc National Championship, and never looked back. He's had fourteen major wins. Now just twenty-six, Barrett enters the prime years of his racing career with the experience and skills to emerge as one of the biggest names in motorcycle racing history.
2016 competing in MotoAmerica SuperBike championship.
Current sponsors: Shoei Helmets, Spidi leathers, Yamaha, P3 Racing, ANSA motorsports.
Born April 9, 1984. Owns N. E. Time, Intl. Growing up, attended motorcycle races all over the world with father, John Long, renowned US Road Race Champion. Grandfather was the first motorcycle dealer in Miami in 1936 that also raced at Daytona. Currently assists at certifying students to race at the Longevity Road Racing School at the local racetracks in Florida. Enjoys boating, fishing and bicycling when off the track.