St. Lunatics | 2014 St. Louis SX | Monday Kickstart

Photos by Antonovich/Kardas

It would be a lengthy process to chronicle all of the racing history that has taken place inside the Edward Jones Dome. A stop on the Monster Energy Supercross Series since 1996, it is where Independence, Missouri’s Jeff Emig snapped Jeremy McGrath’s still recording setting thirteen main event win streak, where Ricky Carmichael notched the final win of his storied career, and where Trey Canard snatched the 2008 250 East Coast title away from Ryan Villopoto with an accidental block pass off the track. This year, the St. Louis stop was the thirteenth of the 2014 season and showcased some of the best racing we’ve seen all year…

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Before we get into the story, we send our best wishes to GEICO Honda’s Wil Hahn. The 450 rookie made a mistake in one of the track’s many rhythm lanes, but the speed carried through the section sent Hahn flying through the air without his bike. The resulting impact was one of the most violent we have seen in Supercross, and the stadium waited for Hahn to stir from what looked to be a sure knockout. He was taken to nearby Barnes Jewish hospital, where doctors reportedly saw a crack in his skull, concussion, broken humereus and scapula, and dislocated shoulder. According to the team, he is out for the remainder of the year.

2014 St. Louis SX | Monday Kickstart