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2010 St. Louis AMA Supercross Photo Gallery
Valli Motorsports' Ivan Tedesco crashed hard in St. Louis, breaking his ribs and collapsing a lung.
MotoUSA brings you all the action from Round 14 of the 2010 AMA Supercross Series.
A large sand straight away after the triple jump should make things interesting when the pack charges through.
JGR's Justin Brayton looked fast in practice topping the field in the first timed practice.
Ryan Sipes was the fastest Lites Rider in qualifying practice. Can he finally get a win tonight in St. Louis?
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey was second fastest in practice in St. Louis. Will he be able to defend his 12 point lead in the points during the main event?
Tevin Tapia turned the second fastest lap of the East Coast Lites during qualifying practice.
Kawasaki's Dean Wilson was third in qualifying practice. Wilson is still looking for his first professional win.
Monster Energy Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto was third quickest in practice in St. Louis. RV needs another win to close the gap on Ryan Dungey.
Valli Motorsports' Ivan Tedesco finished on the podium last weekend. Can he make it two weekends in a row?
Ryan Dungey took his fifth win of the 2010 season after a crazy main event. Dungey all but has the championship locked up at this point.
Justin Barcia gave the crowd a view of his skidplate to celebrate his second win in his rookie year.
K-Dub again fought his way onto the podium in St. Louis. Perhaps we will see the veteran win one before the season is over.
Honda's Andrew Short returned to the podium quicker than most would have expected. In just his second start after returning from an injury he placed third.
RV's night and season ended badly with a broken leg after a nasty spill.
Dean Wilson has just one more chance in Vegas to get a win in the 2010 season.
The two Ryans battled it out for the first half of the main event in ST. Louis. Unfortunately Villopoto crashed hard and broke his leg, ending his season.
Kawasaki's Chad Reed won his heat race in St. Louis. In the main event he finished fifth behind his former stand-in, Nick Wey.
Nick Wey rode to a fourth place finish in St. Louis for his best finish of the 2010 season.
Pro Circuit's Christophe Pourcel cruised through St. Louis after wrapping up the championship the week before in Houston.
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