Round 2 St. Louis Supercross | Photo Report

Round 2 St. Louis Supercross | Photo Report

January 13, 2020

Photos by Brown Dog Wilson

Round 2 of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross series traveled across the country to St. Louis, Missouri. It was well worth the journey though with some of the best dirt of the season that made for incredible racing all night long. FXR riders were absolutely on fire in the “show me” state with some of the best results of the season being set. The AJE/Gas Monkey Energy rider of Jacob Hayes had one of his best finishes to date resulting in 6th place on the night. In the 450 Class, Chris Blose on the FXR/ Chaparral Honda, continues to impress by making every main and continuing his consistent results. Take a look below for more action from St. Louis Supercross.

Jacob Hayes and the AJE/Gas Monkey Energy Drink Team in Helium Black White Gear.
Hometown race for Bubba Pauli.
AJ Catanzaro looking good in practice with the Helium Black/Mint/Seafoam Fade.
Catanzaro digging deep, trying to make that main event.
Cody Vanbuskirk jumped in on the Series in St. Louis and making it straight to the night show.
We will see Cody next at Tampa Supercross.
Scotty Wennerstrom wearing the Helium Coral/Blue Fade/Hi-vis.
Chris Blose was the lone rider form the FXR/Chaparral team to make the trek to Missouri.
Joan Cros has shown speed this season and is ever so close to making that 450 main event.
David Pulley in the Revo White/Red/Char/Black.
Killian Auberson has been impressive so far this season. Being a late edition to the team after Josh Osby was injured, he has stepped in and made both main events this season.
Auberson went on to finish 15th in the Main and sits 14th overall in the 250 West points.
#45 Hayes heading down the tunnel for the night show.
Jacob Hayes is showing he is a force to be recon with in the 250 class.
Hayes was able to grab a 6th place finish on the night and is currently 7th place in the 250 West Championship.
Jacob Hayes
Chris Blose eyeing up the track before the Mains.
Chris Blose went on to secure a spot directly to the main where he finished 18th.
Chris is using these West Coast 450 races to better prepare himself for when the series goes East where he will content for the 250 East Coast Championship.
Next stop in the series we head back to Anaheim, California. See you there!

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