St. Louis
Apr 4

SX: 450 Class Power Rankings After St. Louis

James Stewart performs a block pass on Ryan Villopoto in St. Louis. (Photo: Monster Energy Supercross)

performs a block pass on in . (Photo: Monster Energy )

James Stewart maintained his spot as the hottest rider in Monster Energy Supercross by claiming his third consecutive victory in St. Louis and his fifth of the 2014 season. While his surge may be too little too late in terms of the championship, it’s been fun to see some vintage Stewart do what only he can out on the track. His streak is the reason why he sits atop The Power Rankings.

Each week, The Power Rankings will recognize the movers and shakers in Monster Energy Supercross.

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Mar 29

SX: Stewart Earns 50th Career Supercross Victory In St. Louis

James Stewart takes home his fifth win of the season. (Photo: Simon Cudby / Supercross)

takes home his fifth win of the season. (Photo: Simon Cudby / )

James Stewart earned his third straight Monster Energy Supercross victory Saturday night in front of a record-breaking 60,213 fans at the Edward Jones Dome in , Mo.

The Yoshimura Suzuki star passed three-time series champion with 10 laps to go and pulled away to score his fifth win of the season and 50th overall. Stewart joins Jeremy McGrath – the all-time wins leader at 72 – as the only competitors in history to achieve at least 50 career victories.

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Mar 29

SX: Davalos Leads Wire-To-Wire To Win St. Louis 250 Supercross Race

Martin Davalos captured his second career win. (Photo: Simon Cudby / Supercross)

captured his second career win. (Photo: Simon Cudby / )

Martin Davalos gained a further advantage in the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship thanks to a wire-to-wire victory Saturday night at the Edward Jones Dome in , Mo.

STEWART EARNS 50TH CAREER VICTORY IN ST. LOUIS

Davalos jumped out to an early lead over title rival and maintained the top spot for all 15 laps, resulting in his second career victory.

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Mar 27

SX: Canard and Tomac to return at St. Louis

Eli Tomac's has finished in the top 10 three times during his rookie season. (Photo courtesy Rob Geiger)

’s has finished in the top 10 three times during his rookie season. (Photo courtesy Rob Geiger)

Two familiar faces will return to the 450cc gate at this Saturday, both riding Hondas, and both having been sidelined from the Monster Energy Series for several weeks due to injuries.

GEICO Motorcycle rider Eli Tomac has missed the last three events due to a shoulder injury, while factory Honda rider has been out for the first 12 rounds after breaking his arm while practicing last Thanksgiving.

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