2020 ST. LOUIS SUPERCROSS | FACES OF THE SX STARS
The 2020 St. Louis Supercross is here and it’s a cold day for Supercross in Missouri. Luckily, instead of an outdoor stadium like in Anaheim, the St. Louis Supercross track and pits are both inside of the The Dome at America’s Center in downtown St. Louis. This means we won’t have to worry about rain or snow on the track and the conditions should stay perfect all day long. Monster Energy Yamaha’s 450 rider Justin Barcia and Star Racing Yamaha’s 250 rider Justin Cooper both have the red plate coming into tonight and we’re excited to see if they can hold on the points lead after round two. Stay tuned to MXA all day for results and news from the 2020 St. Louis Supercross and click the link below for our Best in the Pits Gallery, Press Day Video, St. Louis TV Schedule and more.
Photos by Brian Converse
Dean Wilson chats with one of the Dirt Wurx crew members. Dean was dressed for the snow while most of the other riders had their pit shirts on.
We’re excited to see how Adam Cianciarulo will do tonight in St. Louis! He definitely adds to the excitement of the 2020 Supercross season. Check out our interview with Adam after he finished second last Saturday by clicking here.
For the second year in a row, Justin Barcia has the points lead at round two.
Michael Mosiman is the brother of MXA’s Assistant Editor, Josh Mosiman. Here he and his mechanic Daniel Castloo scope out the track.
Malcolm Stewart and his mechanic Jason.
Troy Lee Designs Red Bull KTM rider, Brandon Hartranft.
Jimmy Decotis eyeing up the St. Louis track.
Cooper Webb and his mechanic Carlos Rivera.
JGR’s Freddie Noren and Alex Martin walking the track together.
Honda HRC rider Justin Brayton.
Zach Osborne keeps the atmosphere light and fun with Aldon Baker, Carlos Rivera and Cooper Webb.
Eli Tomac with his thinking cap on.
JGR MX’s Alex Martin.
Aaron Plessinger is looking for redemption tonight in St. Louis.
Rock River Yamaha rider Benny Bloss.
Mitchell Oldenburg is riding for the Australian Penrite Honda team. After racing for them in Australia, the Penrite team decided to bring their team to California to compete in the 250SX West Coast division with Mitchell and Luke Clout.
Blake Baggett and the Rocky Mountain KTM team manager and former factory rider, Michael Bryne.
Aaron Plessinger fists bumps the Star Racing Yamaha guys.
Cameron McAdoo finished sixth last weekend in the 250SX.
Justin Cooper has his game face on after winning his first 250SX Main Event last weekend.
Austin Forkner is also looking for redemption after he was penalized two positions for cutting the track last weekend.
Jett Lawrence finished ninth last weekend in his first AMA Supercross.
Troy Lee Designs Red Bull KTM’s Derek Drake finished eighth in his first ever Supercross last weekend.
Trey Canard has been working for the HRC Honda team as a test rider during the week and as a helping hand on the weekends.
Justin Bogle finished 16th last weekend.
Martin Davalos is riding for the Team Tedder Monster Energy KTM team this year.
Dylan Ferrandis is satisfied with nothing less than a win.
Eli Tomac with his “not impressed” face on.
Christian Craig didn’t get to stand on the podium last weekend, but he did end up finishing third place after Austin Forkner was docked two positons.
Rocky Mountain KTM team manager Michael Bryne.