2012 LA Supercross: Photo Gallery

Despite crashing in the main event, James had a strong night in Los Angeles, finishing on the podium in third position. Check out the gallery!

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  3. Bernard says:

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  4. steveh says:

    Woody Gray , it’s called a “block Pass”. It was a little aggressive, but look at what theses guys have to race on. James held the inside line and it was clean.

  5. collin says:

    james you are the fastest man on the planet, start ridn like it again, go back to the old james were you where on the edge again, back when no matter the pace of the race you could beat it ,BIG fan of ya james keep it up, have a good ride in Oakland.

  6. Richard says:

    Hello James,

    Im a fan for quite a while now and would like to say that i enjoy to see you race.
    I also ride a dirtbike and used to race too bot now i ride just for fun.
    So i know it ain’t as easy as you make it look.
    I live in holland and here they don’t broadcast moto or supercross a lot so i always watch your race’s on youtube.
    This is the first time that i visit your website and i like the pic’s and the vid’s, good stuff.
    I also saw a couple of things i dont like and that were some negative comments from other people.
    There ar haters all over the world and a 1000 people can say a thing but that doesn’t mean their right.
    Believe in yourself, you can do it.
    Greetz.

  7. shug says:

    JS7 will always be one of the best SX riders ever, thats one of the reason you keep watching just to see what he does in a race. I wonder why individuals are trying to scrub jumps hmmmmm I think its because of JS7. I wonder who has mastered the whoops hmmmm JS7 if he wasnt so great then I guess there would be nothing to hate.

  8. shug says:

    The pass James did on Weimer was the same one Weimer teammate RV did on him. There are no friends in racing.

  9. Hamid says:

    James podium was good for you,you are the best in the world,you know,i watch you from Iran, you will feel better , I love you James

  10. MrOldMan says:

    You negative “hiders” need to go somewhere else to post. This place is for Jame’s fans. Like me. Jame, keep up the good work! You’re making excellent progress, the starts are coming now and the wins will come next. Be patient, remember to keep having fun and just do your thing. No one can beat you when you relax and enjoy the ride. You’re on a roll now. See ya next week!

  11. Kamikaze Pilot says:

    Stewie…………….you may actually win a race this year…if no one pressures you or you don’t take yourself or someone else out on the way to the podium:

    RV is the fastest on planet and caught you from last place….this is a champion who will win the whole show:

    The rest of the guy’s are very steady and just as fast as you are.

    People quit blaming the yamaha, the weather, the whatever….your all living a dream if you think this clown….two colors of gloves , etc will ever win a championship.

    When Joe gives up on him it will be all over but the cryin…and we saw lots of that last season:

    • Courtney says:

      No the rest of the guys are not as fast as him. Joe will not give up on him and Stewart will not give up on himself.

      If you are a Stewart hater then stay away from this board.

      What does it matter if he wears two different types of colored gloves.

      I have not heard one excuse from Stewart he has said he needs to ride better.

      My prayers go out to Trey and the other rider who have severe back injuries. Best of luck to the both of you.

  12. sdfd says:

    Dude, way to go in LA. I don’t know if your dad has ever told you this, but after many years of racing, it seems your own dad hasn’t told you that your burning desire to be in front of the pack when it is not imperative that you are, has taken many many points/ championships away from you. If you thought like Dungey, Reed, Carmichael, you would be building a legacy at this point, instead, just struggling to be towards the top on points and race wins. Pouring it on and hanging it out, taking knarly risks during heat races as well as main events while you have lots of time to think, strategise, accept 2nd or 3rd place points and get to the next weekend safe and build points is not smart. You are one of the best and know you can do super-freak things to get in front, but that don’t win championships. RIDE SMARTER. Don’t take yourself out going for the front all the time. It is so obvious, I mean, would you rather take it down a notch and be on the box every weekend like Dungey and Reed, or take yourself out and be back in points/sitting at home on the couch watching the races? Ride smart from now on, and you WILL build a legacy with win stats that will break records. Good luck, and, you the man.

  13. Woody Gray says:

    james, I used to thing you were a class act.
    But, the last few seasons has proven me wrong again.
    Although you were wise to sit out the outdoors.
    That pass on Weimer in LA showed us all what a punk you are.
    Hope you stay healthy this year so there are no excuses. (3 rounds & 19 pts back? LOL)
    Sorry Joe Gibbs.

    • Courtney says:

      Racing is Racing ! He still is on always will be a class act. You can not tell me other racers have not done the same. As far as last year he hurt himself nobody else. Chad does the exact same thing especially if he is next to Stewart. !3 races to go lucky Joe Gibbs.

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