Ken Roczen Outduels Ryan Dungey At Muddy Creek To Earn Third Win Of Season
The Red Bull Tennessee National, Round 5 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, produced a wild afternoon of competition on Saturday from one of the newest tracks in the series at Muddy Creek Raceway. Needing a win in the final 450 Class moto, Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen did just that to ensure his third overall win in just five career starts in the premier division. In the 250 Class, Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Cooper Webb broke through for his first career win to become the 75th different winner in the history of the division.
GEICO Honda’s Eli Tomac made his anticipated 450 Class debut at Muddy Creek following a lengthy recovery from a broken collarbone. Last year’s 250 Class title winner made his presence felt immediately by setting the fastest lap of practice, and then carried that momentum into the opening moto by grabbing the Motosport.com Holeshot Award. As Tomac and Roczen positioned themselves out front, a huge first turn pileup included most recent winner James Stewart and his Team Yoshimura Suzuki in addition to Discount Tire Racing/TwoTwo Motorsports’ Chad Reed, and Toyota/Yamaha/N-Fab/JGRMX’s Josh Grant.
Roczen made a pass on Tomac for the lead on the opening lap only to go down the next time around and fall to fourth. Tomac seized the opportunity to lead his first ever 450 Class moto, impressively holding off Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Trey Canard and a hard-charging Ryan Dungey for over half the race. Dungey made his way by Canard and set his sights on Tomac out front, closing in lap-by-lap and eventually making the pass on Lap 9. Roczen rebounded from his early trouble to follow Dungey past Tomac and into second, pitting the teammates in a battle for the win. Dungey maintained his advantage throughout the remainder of the race to take the moto win, his first since the opening round, while Roczen followed in second. Tomac finished third with Canard fourth, while Stewart passed nearly the entire field to finish fifth.
Knowing he needed a good start in order to have a shot at his second overall win of the season, Dungey raced to the Motosport.com Holeshot Award in Moto 2, only to be passed by Roczen on the opening lap. The KTM riders proceeded to consistently pull away from the field from that point on, meaning the win would be decided between the teammates. Tomac slotted into third off the start and maintained control of the podium spot despite pressure from Canard. Out front, Dungey closed in on Roczen as they approached lappers in the late stages of the race but was unable to mount a serious challenge, which allowed Roczen to steal the overall win. Tomac followed in third.
Both Dungey and Roczen finished the afternoon with identical moto results, but Roczen’s better second moto finish gave him the edge in the tiebreaker.
“I felt good out there. I got a good start [in the second moto] and even had a close call out there with about two laps to go which caused me to lose a bit a time, but I still made it happen,” said Roczen, who has finished third or better in every moto this season. “I’m happy it’s over. It was another good weekend and we were able to keep the points lead steady.”
“All in all it was a good day,” said Dungey. “I pushed it that whole second moto. I tried [to close in on Roczen] and got fortunate with the lappers coming in there, but then they came my way and it kind of averaged out. We gave it all we had and that was all I can do.”
It marked the third time this season that the KTM duo has finished 1-2 overall. Tomac’s pair of solid third-place finishes guaranteed a spot on overall podium in his 450 Class debut, with Canard fourth (4-4) and BTO Sports KTM’s Andrew Short fifth (6-8). Stewart endured even more misfortune in the second moto to soldier home with an 11th-place finish and land eighth overall (5-11), one round after his dominant win.
With no points being exchanged between Roczen and Dungey, 16 markers still separate the pair at the top of the championship standings. Stewart’s challenging day dropped him to 43 points out of the lead in third, with just one point separating him and Canard in fourth.
Coming into Muddy Creek, every moto win and overall victory in the 250 Class was split between two riders – Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Jeremy Martin and Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Blake Baggett. The former series champion Baggett entered the day with back-to-back wins at the previous two rounds, while Martin controlled the championship points lead.
As the gate dropped on the first moto, Frenchman Christophe Pourcel put his Valli Motorsports Yamaha out front for the Motosport.com Holeshot Award, with Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Justin Hill hot on his rear fender. Behind them, Martin found himself on the ground in the first corner following a multi-rider incident and started at the rear of the field.
As Pourcel and Hill did battle out front, GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle and Webb closed in. Both Bogle and Webb moved past Hill before Webb then took over second place from Bogle just a couple laps later. Baggett started inside the top five and also began a surge to the front, and before long it became a three-rider battle for the lead between Pourcel, Webb and Baggett. On Lap 11 Webb took control of the moto from Pourcel and brought Baggett with him. The pair pulled away in the closing laps, which allowed Baggett to make a desperate move in the final corner and somehow pass Webb on the outside to edge him out at the line by .080 seconds. Pourcel finished third, with Bogle fourth and Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin fifth. Martin fought his way through the field to finish 10th.
With a four moto winning streak in his favor, Baggett sought to claim three-straight overall victories for the first time in his career but had to overcome a slew of riders at the start of the second moto. Bogle earned the Motosport.com Holeshot Award but was pushed by Pourcel and Webb early, with each rider making the pass to set the tone out front. Webb wasted little time in putting himself in control, passing Pourcel for the lead before the conclusion of the opening lap.
Once out front, Webb was able to maintain his advantage even though Baggett made his way from another top five start to come within bike lengths of Webb with just a handful of laps remaining. After several pass attempts, Baggett made a slight bobble that opened some space between he and Webb. Shortly thereafter, Baggett made contact with a lapped rider that forced him to the ground, allowing Bogle to assume second and causing Pourcel to crash as well. Webb raced on knowing the win was his and capped off a career day by winning his first career moto and securing his first overall victory in the process. Bogle finished second with Baggett coming back to finish third.
“I’m on cloud nine, I’m not going to lie. I was beating myself up when I got passed in the last turn [in Moto 1], but I was able to come back and get the job done,” said Webb, who hails from North Carolina and considers Muddy Creek to be his home race. “To do this at my home race, I could hear these guys [the fans] every single lap. Baggett was on me the whole moto, but I told myself I wasn’t going to let him by. I’m so pumped.”
Webb had earned five runner-up finishes in nine motos prior to the win, including two second place overall finishes. Baggett’s 1-3 results placed him second overall, while Bogle’s runner-up finish in the second moto helped move him to third overall (4-2). Pourcel was fourth (3-4) while Musquin rounded out the top five (5-5).
Martin was never a factor in either moto after difficult starts and ultimately finished a season-worst seventh overall after posting 10-6 moto scores. Despite that, he still sits atop the 250 Class standings albeit by just eight points over his teammate Webb. Baggett closed in to within 17 points of the lead in third.
“The only thing I’m concerned about is getting a good week of practice and coming out strong at RedBud,” said Martin, who also earned his first career win earlier this season. “I rode as hard as I could today and gave it everything I had, so I can walk away knowing I did everything I could. We’ll just come back stronger.”
The 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will reach the halfway point next weekend with its annual 4th of July tradition at the Red Bull RedBud National. RedBud MX in Buchanan, Michigan, will host the sixth round of the season on Saturday, July 5. Action begins at 1 p.m. ET.
2014 AMA Pro Motocross Muddy Creek Highlights
Source: Pro Motocross
Ken Roczen And Ryan Dungey Finish 1-2 At Muddy Creek National In Tennessee
Red Bull KTM Factory riders Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey each took a moto win at the Muddy Creek National to finish 1st and 2nd overall for the day at the fifth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series.
Both Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey earned good starts out of the gate in moto one. Roczen passed into the lead on the second lap but crashed half a lap later and dropped to 4th place. His crash allowed Eli Tomac, Trey Canard and Dungey to go by. He quickly recovered and caught on to the rear wheel of Dungey and the two teammates began to pressure the top two riders. On their KTM 450 SX-Fs they quickly moved to the front of the pack and began to pull away from the rest of the field.
Dungey and Roczen stayed close to each other through the entirety of the race until Roczen suffered another tip over with three laps to go. He returned to the track without losing a position but did not close back on his teammate. Dungey went on to take the moto win with Roczen finishing approximately 10 seconds back in the runner-up position.
In moto two, Dungey leaped out to another great start earning the holeshot. Roczen was immediately behind him and made the pass for the lead in the opening lap. Dungey did not let Roczen out of his sight and the two riders pulled to a massive lead out front as they battled each other for the win. Near the end of the moto lappers became a problem for both riders and allowed the gap between them to close. When the checkered flag flew, it was Roczen who claimed the second moto win followed by Dungey. The KTM riders were an impressive full minute ahead of the 3rd place finisher.
“I think having Ryan (Dungey) push me the whole moto today helped us both stretch our lead out front”, remarked Roczen of their impressive lead on the field. “We have both been training hard and it is showing on the track.”
Roczen’s 2-1 scores earned him the overall victory for the day while Dungey’s 1-2 motos placed him 2nd overall. The two riders still maintain the top two positions in the overall point standings.
After the race, Dungey commented: “I’ve been able to train in the hot weather lately and that really paid off for me today. The bike felt great and I got off to good starts both motos. The lappers definitely made a difference in the second moto but I am glad to run up front with my teammate and to see both Red Bull KTM bikes on the top of the box.”
Next Round: July 5, 2014 – Red Bud National, Buchanan, MI
Source: KTM North America
GEICO Honda Muddy Creek MX Report
After missing the first four races of the motocross season, GEICO Honda rider Eli Tomac came back in style, snatching third-place finishes in both 450 motos during the Tennessee National at Muddy Creek Raceway.
“It was a great start for me in my return to the motocross circuit,” Tomac said. “We started off the day well with a first-place qualifying effort, which gave me a good spot on the start. In fact, I got the holeshot in the first moto and led for about 15 minutes but got passed by the two KTM riders at the end.
“I had another solid start in the second moto and ended up in the top five at the start. I worked my way up to third and was a little bit closer to the KTM guys than I was in the first moto. That team just had a super-strong race. I did what I could in both motos, but I honestly couldn’t ask for more in my first race back.”
Teammate Justin Bogle was looking to rebound after his last 250 race didn’t go as well. He secured a third-place overall finish in Blountville after capturing a solid fourth in the first moto and a second-place finish in the second moto.
“I had a tough week at home, so I came into this event not in the best position,” Bogle said. “To get up on the podium this week was a good step in the right direction but I’m still hungry for more. The next goal is definitely getting a moto win and going from there. We’re making progress and getting closer.”
Bogle, the 2014 250SX East champion, knows that in order to continue his quest to capture a moto win and eventually the championship he needs to remain as healthy as possible.
“I’m feeling better and fitness is good,” Bogle said. “That’s my strong point right now I think. Today was one of the most humid races we will have this season. The heat is not an issue; it’s the humidity. If we could make it through the intense humidity we had today, we should be pretty good for the rest of the season. I definitely felt good fitness-wise today.”
However, fellow 250 rider Zach Bell’s day didn’t go quite as initially expected when an early qualifying crash hindered his performance during both motos. After having to pull in early during the first moto, scoring a 38th-place finish, Bell rebounded to 12th in the second moto and 16th overall.
“The day started off good for us,” Bell said. “In the first qualifying session I was second-fastest, but in the second session I crashed and hurt my shoulder pretty badly. I still went out in the first moto and was running in the top 10 for a while, but it was so bad to hang on to with my shoulder that I decided to pull off and just call it so I wouldn’t hurt myself more.
“In the second moto I had to start out on the outside and almost got the holeshot. I was running in the top five for almost 20 minutes, but I started getting tired with my shoulder injury. It was getting hard to hang on to again, so I let a few people get by me so I could just finish the race.”
The next stop for the GEICO Honda MX riders is the RedBud National, next Saturday, in Buchanan, Mich.
Source: GEICO Honda
James Stewart Fights Back At Muddy Creek
For Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing’s James Stewart, round five of the 2014 AMA Pro Motocross Championships was fraught. The Yoshimura Suzuki rider got caught up in not one, but two turn-one pile-ups, but rebounded on his Suzuki RM-Z450 in both motos and salvaged a hard-fought eighth-place overall at Muddy Creek Raceway.
Stewart came into the Tennessee National having swept the previous round with both moto wins and the overall victory. His hopes for this race were high, but unfortunately, he suffered an alarming amount of bad luck in both motos. In the first, he was collected up in a turn-one melee but still persevered and worked his way back to fifth from almost last. Then the second moto started similarly, with Stewart going down with a group in the first turn and having to come from the back of the field. Still, he rode fearlessly and had raced through to ninth when he went down again in the ruts. Even so, the championship-winning rider pushed ahead and finished 11th in the moto and eighth for the day.
“Today was fun,” said Stewart after the race. “The results weren’t that cool but I had fun today and want to thank the fans; they were awesome out there. Another good thing is that we’ve been working on the Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450 and getting really good. I think we only made a couple of clicker changes all day and I had some really good speed. I felt like if I hadn’t gone down on the starts, I would have been out there and had a chance to win the races. So my confidence is still there. I actually think I rode better today than I did when I won at High Point two weeks ago. So now, we’ll go back and rest-up and get ready to make something happen at RedBud.”
Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing’s next race is round six of the 2014 AMA Pro Motocross Championships on Saturday, July 5th at the RedBud National in Buchanan.
Tennessee “Behind The Scenes Race Report” Video
Source: Team Suzuki
JGRMX Muddy Creek Results
- Josh Grant #33 – 9th Place (11 / 6)
- Justin Brayton #10 – 10th Place (8 / 15)
- Phillip Nicoletti #38 16th Place (17 / 13)
Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville, Tenn. was host to round five of the 2014 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series. Muddy Creek is a new venue for the series in only its second year as a stop on the tour. MAVTV aired the first moto live, and the second moto was broadcast live on NBC. The first motos are always streamed live on promotocross.com and both motos from each round are archived on promotocross.com.
Justin Brayton returned from injury at Muddy Creek joining Josh Grant and Phil Nicoletti, making for a three rider effort. Grant debuted a new helmet cam the series is running and it recorded a big first turn crash that collected Grant in the first moto. Grant had to adjust his fork guard and readjust his thumb which had been briefly dislocated before getting under way, he logged 40th place on lap one. Meanwhile, Nicoletti and Brayton had been able to avoid the first turn carnage and were sixth and seventh after the first lap, respectively. Grant mounted an inspiring charge and was able to pass most of the field and finish in 11th place. Brayton was eighth. Nicoletti appeared to have a sixth place finish on lock but with half a lap to go an incident with a lapped rider caused him to go down; relegating him to 17th.
Grant was checked out by the Asterisk Mobil Medical Unit and cleared to race the second moto. All three riders were in the top-10 at the start of moto two with Nicoletti fifth, Grant sixth, and Brayton 10th. Grant advanced to fith by the second lap and maintained the position until the last lap, where he gave up one spot to finish sixth. Brayton was 15th, and Nicoletti 13th. Grant’s 11 – six moto scores earned him ninth overall, Brayton’s eight – 15 finishes equated to 10th for the day, and Nicoletti’s 17 – 13 results were good for 16th.
The next race in the series also marking the halfway point on the tour will be on July 5 at Red Bud Track and Trail in Buchanan, Mich. MAVTV will broadcast the first moto live at 1:00 p.m. (EST) and the second moto will air live on NBC at 3:00 p.m. (EST). The first moto will also stream live on promotocross.com.
Another Overall Win For Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha
After a weekend’s break, the Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha team returned to Muddy Creek for the fifth round of the Championship. Rookie, Anthony Rodriguez made a comeback after missing three rounds due to injury. The team had another impressive weekend with Cooper Webb getting his first moto win of his career and taking his first overall victory. Jeremy Martin got seventh overall and remains the point’s leader. Rodriguez got his first top ten moto finish and finished eleventh overall. The sixth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will be on July 5, at Redbud, Michigan.
Source: Star Racing Yamaha
Blake Baggett Keeps The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki Team On The Podium At Muddy Creek
In the heat and humidity of Eastern Tennessee, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Blake Baggett went 1-3 in the 250 Class to earn his third straight podium finish in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Muddy Creek Raceway on Saturday. Baggett returned to the podium after a thrilling Moto 1 win by just eight one-hundredths of a second and a third-place finish in the second moto. Dean Wilson returned to racing after an injury at the season opener finishing ninth overall with a 14-7 result. Justin Hill rode his Kawasaki KX250F to the front early in the first moto, but an injury to his right hand forced him to miss the second moto and finish 15th overall. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Brett Metcalfe overcame a back injury during the week to earn seventh overall with a 9-7 result.
Baggett has reached mid-season form in the last few races and his trademark of finishing strong was never more applicable than in the first moto at Muddy Creek. Baggett slowly worked his way towards the front of the field and stalked the leader until the very last corner where he launched his way to the moto win by just .080 seconds. In the second moto Baggett was running up front from the beginning but throughout the moto he battled with lapped traffic. As he tried to pass for the lead, he ultimately got caught out by a lapper and went down, forcing him to settle for third. With his 1-3 result, Baggett gained 19 points in the championship standings.
“Today was a good day for me as far as points are concerned, but I feel I could have gotten the win,” said Baggett. “We have been working hard and I think the hard work is showing during the race. In the first moto I knew I had to go for it and I was pretty sure I won the moto because I was ahead of Cooper. In the second moto we were battling for most of the race, but late in the moto a lapper stopped right in front of me and I had nowhere to go. I went down, but I was still able to get back up to finish second.”
Metcalfe came into the weekend doubtful he would be able to race after injuring his back earlier in the week. With the injury, his back locked up and he has been working since Wednesday to loosen it up. In the first moto, the Australian was caught up in the first turn pileup, but he was able to get going and move into the top ten. In the second moto a better start saw Metty running solidly in the top ten the entire moto.
“The race went well,” said Metcalfe. “The Monster Energy Kawasaki team did a great job setting up the bike and making adjustments between motos. It has been a hard week with my back going out, but I was able to gut through it and when I was racing I didn’t really feel any pain, but in the middle of the motos it really started to tighten up. I’m looking forward to healing more this week and heading into RedBud at 100 percent.”
After a gnarly cut to the back of his knee at Glen Helen, Wilson returned to racing at Muddy Creek looking to regain his championship form. Wilson was caught up in a first turn crash in the opening moto and slowly plodded his way through the field to score a 14th place result. In the second moto, Wilson was able to avoid trouble in Turn One and rode strong in the top 10 to finish seventh in the moto and earn ninth overall
“I was disappointed to go down in the first moto,” said Wilson. ”I wanted to get back into the rhythm of racing and unfortunately I had to do that while fighting my way through the pack. The second moto went much better since I was in a battle the whole time. I’m going to keep working to get a win this season.”
The Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship heads to Buchanan, Michigan for its annual Fourth of July weekend visit to RedBud. As one of the most revered tracks in all of motocross, RedBud always provides a solid test of both rider and bike amongst some of the rowdiest fans. The RedBud event will also serve as a backdrop for Kawasaki as they unveil their 2015 KX250F and KX450F.
Source: Kawasaki Racing
Marvin Musquin Finishes Fifth At Muddy Creek National
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Marvin Musquin had an impressive ride earning two 5th place finishes to earn 5th overall at the fifth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series held at Muddy Creek Raceway.
Marvin Musquin had to fight for his 5th place result in moto one when he got off to a poor start. He clocked in on the first lap in 15th place and steadily worked his way up through the pack. By the halfway point he had climbed into 7th place and began setting his sights on the next two riders. The next lap he was able to get around Cole Seely and Justin Hill to take 5th place. On his KTM 250 SX-F he pulled ahead of them and maintained that spot through the checkered flag.
In the second moto Musquin got off to a much better start and crossed the first lap in 6th place. On the third lap he moved into 5th position. He maintained that position for the remainder of the moto while also closing the gap to 4th place. His 5-5 moto results earned him 5th overall for the day. Now five rounds into the series, Musquin sits 6th overall in the point standings. Fellow KTM rider Jason Anderson finished with a 9-35 result and is 7th overall.
Next Round: July 5, 2014 – Red Bud National, Buchanan, MI
Source: KTM North America
Team TLD / Lucas Oil / Honda Tackles Tennessee
The Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / Honda riders came into Muddy Creek ready to shake things up. They were met with muggy conditions and a track that was as technical and tricky as anything they will see all year. The ruts were deep, sticky and treacherous, and they claimed riders all day long. The team is still flying in missing-man formation as they wait for Shane McElrath to return from injury. His back is healing and it will be a very short time until we see Shane under the tent and suited up once again.
In the 450 class, Malcolm Stewart‘s day started off on the wrong foot. A first turn pileup claimed Malcolm and a slew of other top riders. He got going quickly only to crash into the back of another rider three laps later and fall further behind. Stewart persevered and would post a 14th place finish in moto one to at least salvage some points. The second moto went much better; at least he didn’t hit the ground. But the Muddy Creek ruts and bump made it difficult for Malcolm to find his rhythm and he just couldn’t seem to find the pace he needed to get to the front. He still made some headway and would be 10th at the end of the moto for 11th overall on the day.
The 250 class roared up the start hill and TLD riders Jessy Nelson and Cole Seely were sitting in 10th and 12th positions, respectively. Cole picked his way through the Tennessee ruts and moved all the way to 6th at the moto’s end. His teammate, Nelson, would follow the team captain in for 7th. The next moto, both riders were once again just outside the top ten off the start and they both moved forward. Cole would push his way to 8th while Jessy would finish 10th. Seely and Nelson finished 6th and 8th overall at Muddy Creek, a solid result at a very difficult venue.
As the series nears the halfway mark, the Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / Honda team is poised to make a push to the front. Seely and Nelson are both one good start away from a podium finish, Malcolm is in the same boat on the 450 and McElrath is ready to join the fray soon. As the tour hits Red Bud this weekend in Michigan, be sure to cheer for the TLD boys.
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Source: Troy Lee Designs
Tennessee National Overview And Point Standings
2014 AMA Pro Motocross Tennessee National Image Gallery (Click for full size images)
450MX Class Moto 1 Results – Race Time: 34:26.399
|1||5||Ryan Dungey||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||17 Laps||1:57.296|
|2||94||Ken Roczen||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||+15.001||1:55.533|
|3||3||Eli Tomac||Honda CRF450R||+21.485||1:56.810|
|4||41||Trey Canard||Honda CRF450R||+43.700||1:56.993|
|5||7||James Stewart||Suzuki RM-Z450||+44.346||1:59.108|
|6||29||Andrew Short||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||+1:06.457||2:01.149|
|7||44||Matthew Goerke||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||+1:16.545||1:59.965|
|8||10||Justin Brayton||Yamaha YZ450F||+1:32.806||2:01.478|
|9||24||Brett Metcalfe||Kawasaki KX450F||+1:41.713||2:02.905|
|10||40||Weston Peick||Suzuki RM-Z450||+1:49.616||2:04.495|
|11||33||Josh Grant||Yamaha YZ450F||+1:59.000||2:02.103|
|12||11||Kyle Chisholm||Yamaha YZ450F||+2:12.492||2:04.596|
|13||77||Jimmy Albertson||Honda CRF450R||16 Laps||2:04.354|
|14||34||Malcolm Stewart||Honda CRF450R||+00.437||2:02.625|
|15||48||Ben Lamay||Yamaha YZ450F||+01.780||2:03.929|
|16||22||Chad Reed||Kawasaki KX450F||+11.896||2:04.575|
|17||38||Phillip Nicoletti||Yamaha YZ450F||+18.529||2:00.842|
|18||80||Fredrik Noren||KTM 450 SX-F||+26.279||2:05.192|
|19||131||Noah McConahy||Honda CRF450R||+49.352||2:04.928|
|20||466||Stephen Ransdell||Honda CRF450R||+51.663||2:04.237|
|21||95||Evgeny Mikhaylov||KTM 450 SX-F||+52.361||2:08.673|
|22||123||Kevin Rookstool||KTM 450 SX-F||+1:04.804||2:07.505|
|23||140||Johnny Moore||Honda CRF450R||+1:14.126||2:09.358|
|24||285||Tony Archer||Kawasaki KX450F||+1:24.614||2:09.985|
|25||143||Mike Horban||KTM 450 SX-F||+1:25.295||2:09.540|
|26||193||Chris Proscelle||Honda CRF450R||+1:37.981||2:11.383|
|27||606||Ronnie Stewart||Suzuki RM-Z450||+1:59.380||2:06.528|
|28||945||Michael Stryker||Suzuki RM-Z450||15 Laps||2:11.459|
|29||693||Tucker Saye||Suzuki RM-Z450||+20.335||2:11.054|
|30||918||Michael Akaydin||Honda CRF450R||+31.638||2:10.513|
|31||950||Nathen LaPorte||Yamaha YZ450F||+38.539||2:12.596|
|32||581||Kyle Bitterman||Honda CRF450R||+1:04.250||2:08.240|
|33||117||David Buller||Honda CRF450R||+2:00.988||2:11.749|
|34||654||Garrett Christoffersen||Suzuki RM-Z450||14 Laps||2:17.673|
|35||761||Cade Clason||Honda CRF450R||10 Laps||2:06.715|
|36||535||Joey Peters||Yamaha YZ450F||9 Laps||2:09.855|
|37||39||Ryan Sipes||KTM 450 SX-F||8 Laps||2:01.641|
|38||452||Sean Hackley||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||6 Laps||2:06.930|
|39||337||Nick Desiderio||Honda CRF450R||5 Laps||2:09.737|
|40||92||Kellian Rusk||Yamaha YZ450F||2 Laps||2:25.224|
450MX Class Moto 2 Results – Race Time: 35:49.230
|1||94||Ken Roczen||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||18 Laps||1:56.189|
|2||5||Ryan Dungey||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||+06.687||1:56.510|
|3||3||Eli Tomac||Honda CRF450R||+59.277||1:57.464|
|4||41||Trey Canard||Honda CRF450R||+1:24.704||2:00.138|
|5||40||Weston Peick||Suzuki RM-Z450||+1:30.462||2:00.996|
|6||33||Josh Grant||Yamaha YZ450F||+1:32.271||2:00.601|
|7||24||Brett Metcalfe||Kawasaki KX450F||+1:34.943||2:01.289|
|8||29||Andrew Short||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||+1:53.069||2:01.974|
|9||22||Chad Reed||Kawasaki KX450F||+2:00.906||2:02.114|
|10||34||Malcolm Stewart||Honda CRF450R||17 Laps||2:02.701|
|11||7||James Stewart||Suzuki RM-Z450||+04.258||1:59.681|
|12||11||Kyle Chisholm||Yamaha YZ450F||+13.443||2:03.222|
|13||38||Phillip Nicoletti||Yamaha YZ450F||+17.183||2:01.728|
|14||48||Ben Lamay||Yamaha YZ450F||+19.835||2:03.706|
|15||10||Justin Brayton||Yamaha YZ450F||+21.375||2:02.767|
|16||80||Fredrik Noren||KTM 450 SX-F||+38.825||2:03.151|
|17||77||Jimmy Albertson||Honda CRF450R||+50.581||2:04.652|
|18||92||Kellian Rusk||Yamaha YZ450F||+1:14.108||2:06.211|
|19||761||Cade Clason||Honda CRF450R||+1:20.871||2:05.190|
|20||606||Ronnie Stewart||Suzuki RM-Z450||+1:36.679||2:06.730|
|21||95||Evgeny Mikhaylov||KTM 450 SX-F||+1:43.623||2:07.575|
|22||131||Noah McConahy||Honda CRF450R||+1:47.135||2:07.492|
|23||143||Mike Horban||KTM 450 SX-F||+1:47.731||2:08.597|
|24||123||Kevin Rookstool||KTM 450 SX-F||+2:01.171||2:07.901|
|25||535||Joey Peters||Yamaha YZ450F||16 Laps||2:08.853|
|26||140||Johnny Moore||Honda CRF450R||+00.276||2:09.062|
|27||193||Chris Proscelle||Honda CRF450R||+38.877||2:09.473|
|28||693||Tucker Saye||Suzuki RM-Z450||+54.858||2:10.964|
|29||918||Michael Akaydin||Honda CRF450R||+1:12.531||2:13.023|
|30||945||Michael Stryker||Suzuki RM-Z450||15 Laps||2:13.184|
|31||466||Stephen Ransdell||Honda CRF450R||+1:00.933||2:10.782|
|32||950||Nathen LaPorte||Yamaha YZ450F||14 Laps||2:12.837|
|33||117||David Buller||Honda CRF450R||+57.378||2:12.607|
|34||654||Garrett Christoffersen||Suzuki RM-Z450||+1:33.784||2:17.870|
|35||285||Tony Archer||Kawasaki KX450F||12 Laps||2:10.184|
|36||44||Matthew Goerke||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||10 Laps||2:03.831|
|37||581||Kyle Bitterman||Honda CRF450R||+2:39.395||2:09.795|
|38||39||Ryan Sipes||KTM 450 SX-F||7 Laps||2:06.468|
|39||337||Nick Desiderio||Honda CRF450R||1 Laps||2:17.197|
|40||452||Sean Hackley||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||DNS|
Overall Results – 450MX Class
|1||94||Ken Roczen||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||2||1||47|
|2||5||Ryan Dungey||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||1||2||47|
|3||3||Eli Tomac||Honda CRF450R||3||3||40|
|4||41||Trey Canard||Honda CRF450R||4||4||36|
|5||29||Andrew Short||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||6||8||28|
|6||40||Weston Peick||Suzuki RM-Z450||10||5||27|
|7||24||Brett Metcalfe||Kawasaki KX450F||9||7||26|
|8||7||James Stewart||Suzuki RM-Z450||5||11||26|
|9||33||Josh Grant||Yamaha YZ450F||11||6||25|
|10||10||Justin Brayton||Yamaha YZ450F||8||15||19|
|11||34||Malcolm Stewart||Honda CRF450R||14||10||18|
|12||11||Kyle Chisholm||Yamaha YZ450F||12||12||18|
|13||22||Chad Reed||Kawasaki KX450F||16||9||17|
|14||44||Matthew Goerke||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||7||36||14|
|15||48||Ben Lamay||Yamaha YZ450F||15||14||13|
|16||38||Phillip Nicoletti||Yamaha YZ450F||17||13||12|
|17||77||Jimmy Albertson||Honda CRF450R||13||17||12|
|18||80||Fredrik Noren||KTM 450 SX-F||18||16||8|
|19||92||Kellian Rusk||Yamaha YZ450F||40||18||3|
|20||761||Cade Clason||Honda CRF450R||35||19||2|
|21||131||Noah McConahy||Honda CRF450R||19||22||2|
|22||606||Ronnie Stewart||Suzuki RM-Z450||27||20||1|
|23||466||Stephen Ransdell||Honda CRF450R||20||31||1|
Rider Point Standings – 450MX Class ( Race 10 of 24 )
- Ken Roczen – 230
- Ryan Dungey – 214
- James Stewart – 187
- Trey Canard – 186
- Brett Metcalfe – 141
- Weston Peick – 131
- Josh Grant – 129
- Malcolm Stewart – 108
- Chad Reed – 105
- Andrew Short – 102
Manufacturer Cup Point Standings – 450MX Class ( Race 10 of 24 )
- KTM – 236
- Suzuki – 194
- Honda – 190
- Kawasaki – 147
- Yamaha – 146
250MX Class Moto 1 Results – Race Time: 34:50.922
|1||4||Blake Baggett||Kawasaki KX250F||17 Laps||2:00.106|
|2||37||Cooper Webb||Yamaha YZ250F||+00.080||1:59.782|
|3||377||Christophe Pourcel||Yamaha YZ250F||+18.406||2:00.300|
|4||32||Justin Bogle||Honda CRF250R||+24.823||2:00.032|
|5||25||Marvin Musquin||KTM 250 SX-F||+44.745||2:01.226|
|6||21||Cole Seely||Honda CRF250R||+52.555||2:01.476|
|7||50||Jessy Nelson||Honda CRF250R||+54.880||2:02.998|
|8||30||Kyle Cunningham||Honda CRF250R||+55.048||2:02.823|
|9||17||Jason Anderson||KTM 250 SX-F||+58.080||2:02.178|
|10||19||Jeremy Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||+58.778||2:02.554|
|11||35||Justin Hill||Kawasaki KX250F||+1:02.076||2:02.201|
|12||55||Alex Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||+1:23.477||2:04.753|
|13||267||Anthony Rodriguez||Yamaha YZ250F||+1:24.004||2:04.815|
|14||15||Dean Wilson||Kawasaki KX250F||+1:24.638||2:04.155|
|15||43||Joseph Savatgy||KTM 250 SX-F||+1:31.025||2:04.957|
|16||78||Matthew Lemoine||Kawasaki KX250F||+2:13.863||2:06.067|
|17||410||Jace Owen||Honda CRF250R||16 Laps||2:06.390|
|18||47||Kyle Peters||Honda CRF250R||+07.736||2:05.852|
|19||371||Dakota Alix||KTM 250 SX-F||+09.181||2:06.943|
|20||70||Brady Kiesel||Honda CRF250R||+14.158||2:05.441|
|21||874||Zack Williams||Honda CRF250R||+28.652||2:07.915|
|22||99||Justin Starling||Honda CRF250R||+49.349||2:06.630|
|23||91||Jacob Baumert||Kawasaki KX250F||+51.073||2:08.080|
|24||826||Matthew Burkeen||KTM 250 SX-F||+1:04.331||2:08.866|
|25||421||Vann Martin||Honda CRF250R||+1:17.380||2:10.359|
|26||449||Dakota Kessler||Honda CRF250R||+1:29.427||2:11.030|
|27||83||Dakota Tedder||Kawasaki KX250F||+1:34.598||2:11.394|
|28||273||Conner Elliott||Honda CRF250R||+2:01.394||2:13.332|
|29||812||Luke Vonlinger||Honda CRF250R||15 Laps||2:11.300|
|30||509||Alexander Nagy||Suzuki RM-Z250||+33.010||2:14.061|
|31||798||Cody Gragg||Yamaha YZ250F||+38.144||2:09.980|
|32||575||Colby Mullins||Kawasaki KX250F||+50.324||2:12.426|
|33||150||William Duffy||Kawasaki KX250F||+54.966||2:13.415|
|34||683||Brandon Riehm||Kawasaki KX250F||+58.417||2:15.873|
|35||243||Joseph Dalzell||Kawasaki KX250F||+1:13.641||2:16.937|
|36||358||Warren Nelson||Suzuki RM-Z250||14 Laps||2:16.332|
|37||742||Christian Telker||Yamaha YZ250F||+08.422||2:13.172|
|38||71||Zachary Bell||Honda CRF250R||13 Laps||2:03.860|
|39||350||Roland Beck||Honda CRF250R||7 Laps||2:15.145|
|40||62||Mitchell Oldenburg||Honda CRF250R||3 Laps||2:05.323|
250MX Class Moto 2 Results – Race Time: 34:55.678
|1||37||Cooper Webb||Yamaha YZ250F||17 Laps||1:59.802|
|2||32||Justin Bogle||Honda CRF250R||+08.078||2:00.733|
|3||4||Blake Baggett||Kawasaki KX250F||+15.860||1:59.366|
|4||377||Christophe Pourcel||Yamaha YZ250F||+23.255||2:00.451|
|5||25||Marvin Musquin||KTM 250 SX-F||+23.831||2:00.282|
|6||19||Jeremy Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||+28.979||2:01.383|
|7||15||Dean Wilson||Kawasaki KX250F||+30.981||2:01.321|
|8||21||Cole Seely||Honda CRF250R||+1:08.095||2:02.721|
|9||267||Anthony Rodriguez||Yamaha YZ250F||+1:11.451||2:04.396|
|10||50||Jessy Nelson||Honda CRF250R||+1:13.597||2:03.592|
|11||43||Joseph Savatgy||KTM 250 SX-F||+1:16.912||2:03.776|
|12||71||Zachary Bell||Honda CRF250R||+1:21.131||2:03.056|
|13||30||Kyle Cunningham||Honda CRF250R||+1:49.857||2:04.673|
|14||55||Alex Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||+1:56.007||2:05.537|
|15||371||Dakota Alix||KTM 250 SX-F||16 Laps||2:07.312|
|16||62||Mitchell Oldenburg||Honda CRF250R||+15.230||2:07.094|
|17||91||Jacob Baumert||Kawasaki KX250F||+31.348||2:08.360|
|18||449||Dakota Kessler||Honda CRF250R||+45.390||2:10.672|
|19||99||Justin Starling||Honda CRF250R||+56.212||2:09.593|
|20||874||Zack Williams||Honda CRF250R||+1:02.135||2:10.026|
|21||826||Matthew Burkeen||KTM 250 SX-F||+1:12.769||2:11.189|
|22||421||Vann Martin||Honda CRF250R||+1:18.629||2:11.543|
|23||410||Jace Owen||Honda CRF250R||+1:23.102||2:05.591|
|24||812||Luke Vonlinger||Honda CRF250R||+1:27.920||2:11.778|
|25||83||Dakota Tedder||Kawasaki KX250F||+1:43.902||2:13.121|
|26||273||Conner Elliott||Honda CRF250R||+1:50.373||2:11.352|
|27||150||William Duffy||Kawasaki KX250F||15 Laps||2:14.684|
|28||683||Brandon Riehm||Kawasaki KX250F||+17.463||2:15.570|
|29||798||Cody Gragg||Yamaha YZ250F||+30.862||2:11.596|
|30||509||Alexander Nagy||Suzuki RM-Z250||+32.814||2:16.503|
|31||243||Joseph Dalzell||Kawasaki KX250F||+59.468||2:16.322|
|32||742||Christian Telker||Yamaha YZ250F||14 Laps||2:17.715|
|33||575||Colby Mullins||Kawasaki KX250F||12 Laps||2:17.479|
|34||78||Matthew Lemoine||Kawasaki KX250F||11 Laps||2:03.855|
|35||17||Jason Anderson||KTM 250 SX-F||8 Laps||2:01.463|
|36||70||Brady Kiesel||Honda CRF250R||7 Laps||2:05.914|
|37||350||Roland Beck||Honda CRF250R||+1:25.103||2:14.576|
|38||358||Warren Nelson||Suzuki RM-Z250||3 Laps||2:19.042|
|39||35||Justin Hill||Kawasaki KX250F||DNS|
|40||47||Kyle Peters||Honda CRF250R||DNS|
Overall Results – 250MX Class
|1||37||Cooper Webb||Yamaha YZ250F||2||1||47|
|2||4||Blake Baggett||Kawasaki KX250F||1||3||45|
|3||32||Justin Bogle||Honda CRF250R||4||2||40|
|4||377||Christophe Pourcel||Yamaha YZ250F||3||4||38|
|5||25||Marvin Musquin||KTM 250 SX-F||5||5||32|
|6||21||Cole Seely||Honda CRF250R||6||8||28|
|7||19||Jeremy Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||10||6||26|
|8||50||Jessy Nelson||Honda CRF250R||7||10||25|
|9||15||Dean Wilson||Kawasaki KX250F||14||7||21|
|10||30||Kyle Cunningham||Honda CRF250R||8||13||21|
|11||267||Anthony Rodriguez||Yamaha YZ250F||13||9||20|
|12||43||Joseph Savatgy||KTM 250 SX-F||15||11||16|
|13||55||Alex Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||12||14||16|
|14||17||Jason Anderson||KTM 250 SX-F||9||35||12|
|15||35||Justin Hill||Kawasaki KX250F||11||40||10|
|16||71||Zachary Bell||Honda CRF250R||38||12||9|
|17||371||Dakota Alix||KTM 250 SX-F||19||15||8|
|18||62||Mitchell Oldenburg||Honda CRF250R||40||16||5|
|19||78||Matthew Lemoine||Kawasaki KX250F||16||34||5|
|20||91||Jacob Baumert||Kawasaki KX250F||23||17||4|
|21||410||Jace Owen||Honda CRF250R||17||23||4|
|22||449||Dakota Kessler||Honda CRF250R||26||18||3|
|23||47||Kyle Peters||Honda CRF250R||18||39||3|
|24||99||Justin Starling||Honda CRF250R||22||19||2|
|25||874||Zack Williams||Honda CRF250R||21||20||1|
Rider Point Standings – 250MX Class ( Race 10 of 24 )
- Jeremy Martin – 203
- Cooper Webb – 195
- Blake Baggett – 186
- Justin Bogle – 166
- Christophe Pourcel – 166
- Marvin Musquin – 143
- Jason Anderson – 129
- Jessy Nelson – 116
- Cole Seely – 115
- Justin Hill – 103
Manufacturer Cup Point Standings – 250MX Class ( Race 10 of 24 )
- Yamaha – 234
- Kawasaki – 206
- Honda – 192
- KTM – 167
- Suzuki – 9