The 2016 Monster Energy Supercross Series has taken over the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri, for the fourteenth round of the season. Praised by riders for the best soil on the circuit, St. Louis has been the site to numerous thrilling nights of racing and some very interesting tracks. How could we forget Travis Pastrana’s bowl turn creation in 2009?
Feld and Dirt Wurx have come up with quite the layout for this Saturday’s Supercross, as they’ve made the most of the large floor in the building. Nearly every single inch has been covered by clay or sand, while short and long lanes will send riders back and forth in every direction. The start is by far the most unique element in the race, because the pack will funnel through the gap between the take off and landing of the finish line at the beginning of the race. There will be no room for error here.
Have a look at the layout below, either by computer rendered drawing or by following along with the animated track map. Either way, you’ll get an idea of what to expect on Saturday afternoon.
2016 St. Louis SX | Track Map