James Stewart started out his day in Lakewood great, setting the fastest lap time in timed qualifying. After getting a third place start in moto 1, Stewart quickly moved his way into the lead. A lap later, a photographer crossed the track in front of James, causing him to lose his concentration for a split-second. The brief lapse in concentration was all it took for JS7 to cross-rut, sending him to the ground. Although James attempted to remount and join the race, his wrist was ultimately too sore to continue. James will have his wrist and hand X-Rayed as soon as he returns to Florida, but is hoping to make his return to racing next week at High Point. Keep checking back to JS7.com for more news.
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