San Diego, CA. January 31, 2019. Over the weekend at O.Co Coliseum in Oakland California, Ronnie Stewart made his third consecutive main event.
Leading up to the fourth round in the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season, Ronnie was battling a cold that quickly interrupted his training schedule. With one day of riding going into the weekend, he refocused his mind to resting and healing his body, rather than rushing and overdoing his training. His biggest take away this past weekend is the importance of balancing mental conditioning with physical preparation.
“I’m not going to lie I was feeling really under the weather going into the weekend, it took a lot of work mentally to remind myself what I’m capable of. It’s crazy to think what we can achieve when we do that. You just have to break things down into smaller more achievable goals and it becomes less straining. That was my approach all day on Saturday. Focus on one practice, one lap. One race, one lap at a time. Even during the main, it’s hard work, but its 21 minutes, I can rest after (haha).” – Ronnie Stewart
RONNIE STEWART is easily one of the hardest working riders in the pits who continuously shows up ready to prove he belongs out there. After a hiatus in 2018, the #606 of Stewart returned to racing in 2019 at Anaheim 1. As the quintessential definition of a privateer, Ronnie is running his own program from top to bottom with the assistance of his wife Brooke. Ronnie is not only a rider trying to consistently qualify for a Main Event, but also performs most of his own bike maintenance throughout race day. This guy is the real deal and his results in the last two rounds are evidence of the hard work he (and Brooke) put in day after day.
Lake Elsinore, CA. January 21, 2019. Over the weekend at Angel Stadium in Anaheim California, Ronnie Stewart made his first Supercross Triple Crown.
It was good seeing MicroBilt PRBC Suzuki’s Ronnie Stewart on hand. He suffered a big crash at Hangtown and was hauled off the track on a stretcher. He suffered multiple injuries, the worst a partially broken collarbone that will keep him off the bike this weekend.
It was homecoming week for Team MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki’s Ronnie Stewart. The annual Monster Energy AMA Supercross stop at MetLife Stadium is the home race for Stewart, whose family grew up in the area and where he was born just minutes away. Stewart raced his MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki RM-Z450 in front of hundreds of friends, family and sponsors.
Alexander Nagy continued in his fill-in ride with Team MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki Saturday night at the San Diego I Supercross. Nagy qualified for the evening program in the premier 450 class and showed flashes of the speed he’ll need to earn his first main event start.
Alexander Nagy made his debut with Team MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki and the young racer from Illinois was able to qualify for the evening program and fly the team colors in three qualifying races at the opening round of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship Saturday night at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.
KENNESAW, GA. -- Team MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki welcomes Alexander Nagy to the team. Nagy will race for at least the first six rounds of the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Series as a fill-in rider for the injured Ronnie Stewart, who is recovering from a broken wrist suffered in a practice crash.
Stewart broke his left wrist in December and will miss the opener. He currently has four pins and an external fixator holding it in place, but all of that comes out in two weeks.
Ronnie is looking for a fill-in rider for the six rounds of Supercross in the 450 class. If you're serious about Supercross this season, this may be the opportunity for you!
Team MicroBilt/PRBC Suzuki is proud to announce its 2016 Monster Energy/AMA Supercross lineup for the upcoming season with popular riders Ronnie Stewart and Vicki Golden joining the squad. Stewart raced for Team MicroBilt/PRBC during the 2015 outdoor season and Golden is new to the team for 2016.