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Supercross Round 13 – St. Louis: facts, figures and animated track map

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The Dome has hosted every St. Louis stop of Monster Energy Supercross, which enters its 22nd season. Angel Stadium in Anaheim and Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas are the only other stadiums to host every supercross event in that city over the course of two decades.

Historically the sport‰Ûªs most talented riders have found success in St. Louis. Of the 22 different riders that have won a St. Louis Main Event in either the 450SX and/or 250SX classes since 1996, 19 of them have won either a national and/or regional championship.

In 21 seasons of competition in St. Louis, the race winner has gone on to win the title more than 50% of the time in both classes. It‰Ûªs happened 11 times in the 450SX Class and 15 times in the 250SX Class.

The Dome‰Ûªs multi-decade legacy of hosting supercross and Monster Jam set the stage for the introduction of a new motorsports spectacle in 2016 called the Gateway Dirt Nationals, an indoor stock car race on a temporary 1/5-mile dirt oval.

450SX Class Stats: St. Louis

2016 Podium:
Ryan Dungey
Ken Roczen
Jason Anderson

  • The first 450SX Class race held in St. Louis was on April 27, 1996. Missouri native Jeff Emig won on a Kawasaki.
  • Dungey‰Ûªs win last season was his landmark 30th-career 450SX Class win, one year after earning his 20th career victory inside The Dome. He‰Ûªll look to become the first rider to win three straight in St. Louis.
  • Ricky Carmichael‰Ûªs 48th and final 450SX Class victory came in St. Louis in 2007. The Dome also hosted James Stewart‰Ûªs milestone 50th career win in 2014, which currently stands as his most recent victory.
  • Of the eight different riders that have won a 450SX Class race in St. Louis since 1996, all but one have at least one championship to his credit. The only exception is Kevin Windham, whose two St. Louis wins are separated by a decade (1998 & 2008).
  • In 21 seasons of competition in St. Louis there has never been a first-time 450SX Class winner at The Dome.
All-Time Wins by Brand in St. Louis (Last Win)
Yamaha: 7 (2011)
Suzuki: 6 (2014)
Kawasaki: 4 (2013)
Honda: 2 (2008)
KTM: 2 (2016)

All-Time Wins in St. Louis (Wins)
Ricky Carmichael (4)
Chad Reed (4)
Ryan Dungey (3)
Jeremy McGrath (3)
James Stewart (2)
Ryan Villopoto (2)
Kevin Windham (2)

Brand Sweeps in St. Louis (450SX & 250SX)
1999: Yamaha - Jeremy McGrath & Ernesto Fonseca
2008: Honda - Kevin Windham & Trey Canard
2015: KTM - Ryan Dungey & Marvin Musquin

Riders to Win in Both Classes in St. Louis
Ricky Carmichael
Chad Reed
James Stewart
Kevin Windham

Past Winners in St. Louis
1996: Jeff Emig; Kawasaki
1997: Jeremy McGrath; Suzuki
1998: Kevin Windham; Yamaha
1999: Jeremy McGrath; Yamaha
2000: Jeremy McGrath; Yamaha
2001: Ricky Carmichael; Kawasaki
2002: Ricky Carmichael; Honda
2003: Chad Reed; Yamaha
2004: Chad Reed; Yamaha
2005: Ricky Carmichael; Suzuki
2006: Chad Reed; Yamaha
2007: Ricky Carmichael; Suzuki
2008: Kevin Windham; Honda
2009: Chad Reed; Suzuki
2010: Ryan Dungey; Suzuki
2011: James Stewart; Yamaha
2012: Ryan Villopoto; Kawasaki
2013: Ryan Villopoto; Kawasaki
2014: James Stewart; Suzuki
2015: Ryan Dungey; KTM
2016: Ryan Dungey; KTM

250SX Class Stats: St. Louis

2016 Podium:
Jeremy Martin
Aaron Plessinger
Shane McElrath

  • The first 250SX Class race held in St. Louis was on April 27, 1996. Kevin Windham won on a Yamaha en route to the Eastern Regional title.
  • Six of Honda‰Ûªs eight 250SX Class wins in St. Louis came consecutively from '08-'13 amongst four different riders, all of whom rode for the GEICO Honda squad.
  • Justin Barcia won three straight seasons in St. Louis from '10-'12. He‰Ûªs one of just three riders in history to win three consecutive 250SX Class races at a venue over the course of three seasons. Only he and Travis Pastrana have won multiple races in St. Louis.
All-Time Wins by Brand in St. Louis (Last Win)
Honda: 8 (2013)
Kawasaki: 5 (2014)
Yamaha: 4 (2016)
Suzuki: 3 (2003)
KTM: 1 (2015)

All-Time Wins in St. Louis (Wins)
Justin Barcia (3)
Travis Pastrana (2)

First-Time Winners in St. Louis
1997: Stephane Roncada
2007: Ben Townley
2009: Blake Wharton

Past Winners in St. Louis
1996: Kevin Windham; Yamaha
1997: Stephane Roncada; Honda
1998: Ricky Carmichael; Kawasaki
1999: Ernesto Fonseca; Yamaha
2000: Travis Pastrana; Suzuki
2001: Travis Pastrana; Suzuki
2002: Chad Reed; Yamaha
2003: Branden Jesseman; Suzuki
2004: James Stewart; Kawasaki
2005: Grant Langston; Kawasaki
2006: Davi Millsaps; Honda
2007: Ben Townley; Kawasaki
2008: Trey Canard; Honda
2009: Blake Wharton; Honda
2010: Justin Barcia; Honda
2011: Justin Barcia; Honda
2012: Justin Barcia; Honda
2013: Wil Hahn; Honda
2014: Martin Davalos; Kawasaki
2015: Marvin Musquin; KTM
2016: Jeremy Martin; Yamaha

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