Everything you need to know for Saturday's St. Louis Supercross on FOX

BY foxsports • April 15, 2016

Monster Energy Supercross is back in action this weekend for the 14th round of the 2016 season at The Dome in St. Louis, Missouri.

Both the 450SX class and the 250SX East class will be in action.

The next two Supercross events will be daytime races televised on the network FOX Broadcast Channel. A 30-minute pre-race show hosted by Jamie Little will begin at 2:30 p.m. ET followed immediately by the racing action. The full event will be streamed LIVE on the FOX Sports Go app.

Track Map:

Ryan Dungey has now won the past two consecutive events and is closing in on the 2016 title. However, Ken Roczen gave Dungey a run for his money at Indianapolis, and is 45 points behind the defending champion if he falters. Dungey did take the win here last year, however, while Eli Tomac and Jason Anderson rounded out the podium.

Meanwhile, the 250SX East class will also be back in action with a much tighter championship fight going on at the top of the board. Malcolm Stewart will be sporting the red plate at Saturday’s event but now holds just a 10-point lead over Aaron Plessinger after he took his first career win in Indianapolis.

After this weekend, the series will head to Foxborough, before finishing off the season with events in East Rutherford and Las Vegas. No off weeks remain on the schedule.

450SX point standings:

250SX East point standings:


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