Motorcycle Racing News AMA Supercross/Motocross James Stewart to Return to Atlanta Supercross? | Video

James Stewart to Return to Atlanta Supercross? | Video

James Stewart to Return to Atlanta Supercross?

James Stewart may be back to riding his Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing RM-Z450 as soon as the Atlanta round of the 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series at the Georgia Dome on February 27, 2016, according to a video posted by Suzuki on YouTube.

JS7 had nothing but troubles this year following a heavy crash that led to a DNF at the SX season opener in Anaheim. This was followed by abscenses in San Diego I and Anaheim II Supercross.

Stewart attempted to return at Oakland Supercross, but he suffered from blurred vision, which led to another DNF. He subsequently sat out San Diego II SX, and Arlington SX.

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