Toronto Supercross: James Stewart Wins!

Yoshimura Suzuki rider scores come-from-behind victory in Canada.

#7 Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart smiles on the podium

One thing is certain: There are no guarantees in racing. This past weekend in Toronto, Canada, current 450cc-class points-leader Ryan Villopoto missed practice because he was at a local hospital being treated for food poisoning, fellow Kawasaki rider Adam Cianciarulo dislocated his shoulder in practice and again in the 250cc main event, and James Stewart came from a back-of-the-pack start to take his 49th career victory.

With 250cc points-leader Cianciarulo sidelined, Geico Honda's Justin Bogle set a blistering pace and ran away from the field to claim his first main-event win. In the premier class, Stewart charged through the field, catching leader Justin Barcia with seven laps to go. Stewart made a clean pass for the lead and had a sizable advantage over Barcia and KTM's Ryan Dungey at the finish.

With his latest victory, Stewart took sole possession of second on the all-time Supercross wins list, bumping Ricky Carmichael to third. Stewart was ecstatic after the event, having also moved into third overall in championship points as the series heads to St. Louis for round 13.

Suffering from food poisoning, Ryan Villopoto didn?t practice in Toronto, but he managed a sixth-place finish in the main event, salvaging valuable championship points.

After winning the first main event of his career, Geico Honda?s Justin Bogle celebrated by taking a ?selfie? with Miss Supercross, Diana Dahlgren.

Dungey?s teammate, Ken Roczen (94), was the holeshot winner and credited with leading three laps. He slipped to fifth at the end of the main event.

Mr. Consistency, Ryan Dungey, scored another podium finish in Toronto. The Red Bull KTM rider is second overall in points.

After getting a great start and leading the majority of the 450cc main event, Muscle Milk Honda?s Justin Barcia came home second, his best finish of the season.

Some of the fastest places on the track in Toronto for Stewart were the high-flying jumps where he brought back his ?Bubba? attitude.

The Yoshimura Suzuki team cheers Stewart as the Floridian completes the last lap of his come-from-behind charge.

Back-to-back wins: James Stewart throws a fist in the air over the finish-line jump.

7 Fox Sports? Jenny Taft asks Stewart about his history-making victory.

7 Yoshimura Suzuki?s James Stewart smiles on the podium after his 49th career AMA Supercross win.