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Feb 16

SX: Stewart Wins Back-To-Back With Impressive Arlington Performance

James Stewart dominated in Arlington. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

James Stewart dominated in Arlington. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart picked up his second consecutive Monster Energy Supercross victory Saturday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Stewart, a two-time series champion, moved past Ryan Dungey for the lead on Lap 3 and controlled the pace to claim his 47th career victory – one shy of tying Ricky Carmichael for second on the all-time 450SX Class wins list.

Feb 16

SX: Cianciarulo Grabs Maiden Victory In Supercross Debut

Adam Cianciarulo celebrates the first 250SX Class win of his career. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

Adam Cianciarulo celebrates the first 250SX Class win of his career. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

STEWART WINS BACK-TO-BACK 450 CLASS RACES

17-year-old Adam Cianciarulo picked up his first career 250SX victory in his Monster Energy Supercross debut Saturday night.

The Pro Circuit Kawasaki young gun kicked off the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship by leading 12 laps en route to a main event win at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Feb 15

SX: Five Things To Know – Round 7 In Arlington

Ken Roczen is your fastest qualifier in Arlington. (Photo: Frank Hoppen / Supercrossonline.com)

Ken Roczen is your fastest qualifier in Arlington. (Photo: Frank Hoppen / Supercrossonline.com)

Here are five things you need to know about round seven of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship in Arlington, Texas:

ROCZEN FASTEST 450 QUALIFIER

After two timed sessions, Ken Roczen emerged as the fastest rider in the 450SX Class. The rookie jumped to the top spot on his final lap with a with a time of 45.469, one tenth of a second quicker than James Stewart. Behind Stewart was reigning Champion Ryan Villopoto, Justin Barcia and Justin Brayton. 2010 Champion Ryan Dungey qualified sixth followed the RCH Racing duo of Josh Hill and Broc Tickle. Andrew Short and Eli Tomac rounded out the top 10.

REED WILL NOT RACE

Chad Reed will not race in Arlington due to the injuries he sustained in a crash last weekend in San Diego. Reed confirmed the news via his Twitter account, stating that his shoulder “popped out” during the second and final timed session. He immediately left the stadium to get an MRI and additional x-rays.

Feb 14

IndyCar: Pagenaud Ready To Contend For Wins, Championship

Simon Pagenaud scored two wins in 2013. (Photo: Getty Images)

Simon Pagenaud scored two wins in 2013. (Photo: Getty Images)

Simon Pagenaud returns to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for the 2014 IndyCar Series season, where he will look to build on last season’s success and be a serious contender for the title in only his third full-time season.

The Frenchmen is coming off a career-best season which saw him score two victories – Detroit 2 and Baltimore – and finish third in the championship standings, 69 points back from winner Scott Dixon.

Feb 9

SX: Stewart Wins In San Diego; Reed Crashes Out

James Stewart became the fourth different rider in six races to win a 450SX Class Main Event. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

James Stewart became the fourth different rider in six races to win a 450SX Class Main Event. (Photo: Simon Cudby)

James Stewart was the class of the field Saturday night at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif., leading wire-to-wire to earn his first Monster Energy Supercross victory of the season.

The two-time series Champion worked his way into first on the opening lap and held off reigning Champion Ryan Villopoto to lead all 20 laps and pick up his first win in nearly one year.