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WHAT’S HAPPENED TO STEWART AND CRAIG IN 2024? | Latest | News | Race Reports

Malcolm Stewart and Christian Craig have struggled this season with sub par result for the Rockstar Husqvarna pair at Rd6 at Glendale.

While 450SX teammates Malcolm Stewart and Christian Craig both raced to season-best results at Glendale for Rd6 of the AMA Supercross, the results are still not worthy of their ability. 450SX contender Malcolm Stewart was ranked P6 in qualifying inside the sizable State Farm Stadium, before racing to a convincing second-place finish in his Heat Race, and taking his Husqvarna Motorcycles FC 450 Rockstar Edition into the Main Event.

Starting outside the top 10, Stewart charged all race long as he progressively made his way up the leaderboard, putting in a spirited ride that would last the entire Main Event to land him eighth place for the night in Glendale and his best finish of the season so far.

“Glendale went fairly well for me,” said Stewart. “Qualifying was decent with P6, then we finished with P2 in the Heat Race, which felt really good to be up there. Main Event, not a great start, so I just had to pick my way through the field and got all the way back up to P8. My riding was great, although you need to get the start in this class, so we’ll work on those heading into Arlington.”
Christian Craig, meanwhile, found comfort early in Arizona as he qualified in ninth position, which he converted into a P7 score in his Heat Race. In posting a calculated ride on a highly-technical circuit, Craig would seal P12 in the Main Event, which was also his best result of the year.

“Glendale started off well, I felt comfortable right away with the layout and big rhythm sections,” Christian Craig commented. “I struggled a little with arm strength today for some reason, which was frustrating, so this week off comes at a good time. Feeling more comfortable, had more fun, so I feel the improvements are coming over the break.”