St. Louis Supercross Photo Gallery

James Stewart and Martin Davalos left St. Louis’ Edward Jones Dome with big wins and photographer Shan Moore was on hand to catch all the action.

Kevin Windham throws down a big whip during opening ceremonies. Photo By Shan Moore
Trey Canard, here talking to GEICO Honda team manager Mike LaRocco, made his return to racing in St. Louis and came away with a respectable fifth place finish. Photo By Shan Moore
Justin Bogle pushed 250-class winner Martin Davalos for most of the race before settling for second. Photo By Shan Moore
AJ Catanzaro had a great race and finished fifth in the 250 main. Photo By Shan Moore
Blake Baggett, Martin Davalos and Gavin Faith hit the first turn jump at about the same time. Photo By Shan Moore
Martin Davalos took a wire-to-wire win in the 250 class, extending his lead in the standings to eight points. Photo By Shan Moore
MotoConcepts SmartTops’ Kyle Cunningham was fourth in the 250 race. Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey and Justin Barcia fly in formation during their heat race. Photo By Shan Moore
Justin Brayton gets on the gas after the wall jump en route to a heat race win. Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey was running fifth in the 450 main, but crashed on the final lap and crossed the finish line in ninth. Photo By Shan Moore
Justin Barcia put a hard pass on Weston Peick shortly after this photo was taken which put Barcia ahead of the Suzuki rider. Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Villopoto was second in St. Louis but carries a 35-point lead over Ryan Dungey into next week’s race in Houston. Photo By Shan Moore
Trey Canard admitted he was tight from the jitters during the early laps, but loosened up to finish fifth. Photo By Shan Moore
James Stewart grabbed the 50th win of his career in St. Louis. Photo By Shan Moore
Ken Roczen leads Justin Brayton late in the main event. The Red Bull KTM rider finished fourth. Photo By Shan Moore