James Stewart's
2011 Daytona SX Crash

At the 2011 Daytona Supercross, #7 James "Bubba" Stewart was piloting his San Manuel Yamaha YZ 450 F to a nice, respectable and comfortable lead but the ultra challenging and grueling track that is Daytona every year struck back as JS7 was railing a turn after the whoop section but didn't get quite enough drive as he wheelied over the first jump of a triple trying to get additional lift off of the rear tire by effectively "Seat Bouncing" the jump but he ended up coming up short in about the worst way imaginable on a triple and took a violent soil sampling.

Although James did jump back to his feet and run for his bike which had cartwheeled over the next jump and was laying on the side of the double still running, he still found himself with troubles as this is when James grabbed the bike and tried to get back in the race quickly, but when he made an attempt to remount his steed, he found himself back on the ground once more after an unsuccessful attempt to get back on the bike due to his tweaked rear fender not allowing him to sling his leg across the seat.

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