James Stewart Takes Out Chad Reed
at the 2011 Dallas SX

At the last 3 rounds of the AMA Supercross series, James Stewart has been nothing short of spectacular on the track beginning recently with the Atlanta Crash Involving Chad Reed, followed by a nasty one at the following Daytona Supercross which he recovered nicely from, and then the incident that followed with Stewie Losing control of his YZ 450 at the start of the Jacksonville SX.

Now, after a run through the whoops in Dallas it appears Bubba was having trouble getting shut off going into the following turn, and this is where James used Chad Reed's bike to scrub off his momentum...

Unfortunately, this crash left CR22 face down on the pavement with his CRF450 pinning him to the ground, but once Two Two found his way back onto the track he was plagued with problems such as his number plate getting into the wheel and drive train and his seat lifting up over jumps making it difficult to ride at full potential.

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