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It was a Stewart’s sweep at the Straight Rhythm

Red Bull Straight Rhythm 2015 is in the books, and in his first expert motocross race of the year, James Stewart came back to safeguard his title as the Open class champion in staggering design. In the Lites class, James’ more youthful sibling Malcolm Stewart, remained consummate throughout the day to take his first title ever as an expert.

The off-season is loaded with one-off races, and the Red Bull Straight Rhythm has solidified itself as one of the head off-season races for the best Supercross riders. It’s a possibility for riders to have a fabulous time yet additionally test their “Excitebike” abilities on a Supercross track without the turns.

The best race section was the Semi-Final race between James Stewart and Ryan Dungey. Ryan Dungey would control past James Stewart in the principal race, edging him out and taking the win. That constrained their section to 3 races, which James Stewart would return to win the last two.

For the last round, James Stewart would fight Ken Roczen. Roczen had been quick throughout the day and set up a battle against James Stewart. At last, a little misstep from Roczen gave the win to JS7 in his first race back.

While Team BTO Sports rider Justin Brayton didn’t coordinate is earlier year’s outcome as sprinter up, he went far and would complete the day in fourth place.

The Open Class Bracket

In the Lites class, Malcom Stewart would destroy the opposition to win his class, crushing Shane McElrath in the last, making it a Stewart family clear.