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Fox Racing Canada Presents Behind The Lens From Nashville SX

After taking last year off, the Monster Energy Supercross Series was back in Music City for Round 15. Everyone likes going to Nashville, so it’s puzzling why this is not a yearly stop on the SX Tour. The Nashville round was good for riders like Hunter Lawrence, Chase Sexton, and Eli Tomac. However, for Cooper Webb, his night didn’t last three corners as a crash put him out with a concussion. It was an unfortunate incident, but these things happen in racing, and we want to wish Webb all the best in his recovery. Webb’s departure from the series opens the door for Tomac to cruise to the 450SX title, as with two rounds remaining, he currently has an 18-point lead over Sexton. For Hunter Lawrence, his main event win on Saturday evening gave him his first-ever 250SX Championship, so congratulations to the eldest Lawrence Brother. Now the series heads to Denver this weekend and then to Salt Lake City for the final round. Time has flown by, but thankfully we had Lexi Thompson in Nashville, and she sent us these incredible photos.

The Nashville track from high above!

During the 450SX main event Justin Barcia took a hard crash injuring his shoulder and collarbone.

Jason Anderson has struggled this season and his bad luck continued in Nashville.

Prior to his crash in the main event Barcia was having fun on the Nashville track.

Hunter Lawrence is your 2023 250SX East Champion!

Haiden Deegan rode strong in Nashville and finished inside the top five.

Justin Hill has been getting better and better as the 2023 season has gone on.

Hunter Lawrence has had a great season so far and here his celebrates his big win.

With Cooper Webb out Tomac has a clear path to the 2023 450SX title.

The right handed first turn in Nashville was a tricky one.

Hunter Lawrence celebrates with his team and girlfriend.

Jeremy Martin rode well in the music city but now he’s focused on the outdoor series.

Your 450SX podium from Nashville.

Ken Roczen seems to have found his groove lately and in Nashville he once again finished on the podium.

Chase Sexton isn’t out of the 450SX title chase but he needs some help if he wants to win the 450SX class.

It’s great to have Joe Shimoda back at the races.

Jordon Smith has had a solid 250SX East Series and now has some momentum heading into the outdoor series.

Tomac got off to a quick start in the main event and eventually finished up in second.

When the track gets tough Tomac gets going!

Like Barica, Tomac was having fun in practice on the challenging Nashville track.

Throughout qualifying Cooper Webb was looking fast and focused.

Unfortunately, a small crash on the opening lap of his heat ended Webb’s SX season.

If this is Dean Wilson’s last dance then he’s most certainly going out in style.


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