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2012 Supercross St. Louis Photo Gallery

View supercross photos from Round 9 of the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series in St. Louis.

Justin Barcia (#1) got a major holeshot in St. Louis and marched toward his third straight win of the season in the Lites class.
Rookie Justin Bogle was battling for a second-place finish before crashing on the final lap.
Justin Brayton earned his best finish of the season so far in third.
KTM's Ryan Dungey ran out of laps in St. Louis and finished second behind Villopoto.
Ken Roczen had a good race in St. Louis but was unable to stop Barcia. He now trails the defending champ by 18 points.
Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto snagged his fifth win of the season in the Midwest to kickstart the second half of his title defense.
Rockstar Suzuki's Blake Wharton earned his first podium finish of the season in St. Louis. He's currently fourth in the championship.
Geico Honda's Justin Barcia has won three straight races and now has an 18-point advantage in the championship.
PC Kawasaki's Blake Baggett had another bad start in St. Louis and finished ninth after climbing from the back of the pack.
Justin Barcia is one of the most aggressive riders in the Lites class and has been unstoppable this season.
Justin Brayton - 2012 AMA Supercross St. Louis
Jake Canada - 2012 AMA Supercross St. Louis
Kyle Cunningham - 2012 AMA Supercross St. Louis
Ryan Dungey: "It feels really great to finish strong tonight. I wish I could have had a better start but I am very satisfied with my performance tonight and am glad that I can keep my Red Bull/KTM Team in the championship hunt.”
Suzuki's Brett Metcalfe scored eighth in St. Louis after losing a battle with Jake Weimer.
JGR Yamaha's Davi Millsaps nabbed the holeshot in St. Louis and eventually finished sixth after getting passed by his teammate, James Stewart.
JDR/J-STAR KTM's Malcolm Stewart started outside the top-10 but snaked his way to a seventh-place finish in St. Louis.
Marvin Musquin: "The 350 is an amazing bike. I feel very comfortable on the bike and am so happy I was able to get a top ten finish. I will race the next two races in the Supercross class and hope to improve my results."
Ken Roczen: "I struggled the whole week with a cold and I felt like I was riding tight but I still managed to get my best finish of the season and I’m really happy for that. I’m really looking forward to next weekend in Daytona when my dad, sister and little niece all come over to join me at the race."
James Stewart: "Something happened off the gate and I got a really bad start and I fell on the first lap so I was even further back but I was riding really well and got back through the pack up until Davi. So, another bad start but I’m stoked with how it went after that."
James Stewart - 2012 AMA Supercross St. Louis
Despite losing ground to Dungey in the final laps, Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto (above) stated that he could have pushed harder in the final laps if he needed to.
Jake Weimer - 2012 AMA Supercross St. Louis
Kevin Windham - 2012 AMA Supercross St. Louis