Round 14 Nashville Supercross | Photo Report

April 9, 2019

by Dawn McClintock
Photos by Brown Dog Wilson

The wagon train pulled into Nashville this weekend with some pros suiting up in their finest cowboy hats, cowboy boots and belt buckles. It was a special weekend for changing up your typical garb with the St. Judes #thisshirtsaveslives campaign in full swing. Custom jerseys and bike graphics were all the talk in the pits. A special auction is to take place this week including all of these custom items as well as Ryan Dungeys championship ring and even a hot tub set up, all to benefit the St. Judes Childrens Research Hospital. Some of our riders were given custom jerseys and custom bike graphics to display throughout the weekend with the end goal of auctioning them off. What a fantastic way to give to these kids who are fighting for their lives. You can help St. Jude by texting “SUPER” to 785-833 or by visiting stjude.org/supercross. We also wanted to make mention of a nasty crash that involved FXR rider, Ronnie Stewart that ended up forcing a red flag on his race. We are happy to report that Ronnie sustained minor injury considering the magnitude of the crash. We wish both him and Tyler Enticknap a speedy recovery. Now on with the race action from Nashville.

Kyle Cunningham in his custom St. Judes jersey.
Cunningham finished the night with a solid 7th overall.
Preston Taylor took 18th in his heat race.
Taylor would wrap up his night with 14th in the LCQ.
Kansas rider Tanner Stack would grab 14th in his heat.
Stack finished with 16th in the LCQ.
Justin Starling sporting his St. Judes custom kit.
Starling switching back to the 450 class this weekend would finish in 15th place.
Joan Cros took 17th in his heat race and 13th in the LCQ.
Chris Blose also back on his 450 ride would bring home and impressive 11th overall.
See you in Denver!