2019 ARLINGTON SUPERCROSS | 450 OVERALL RESULTS (UPDATED)
The 450 class in the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross series is shaping up to be anyones title to grab. There are ten riders this year that can win races. And right now, Ken Roczen has proved that consistency it the key to success as he is coming into the seventh round of the series without winning a race but has the points lead. We are excited to see what Arlington brings throughout the night of racing. We will be covering each race throughout the night so make sure to come back.
450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS
It was Eli Tomac with the early lead in Arlington. Ken Roczen was a close second with Marvin Musquin in tow. Cooper Webb came around the first lap in seventh. Musquin laid down the fastest at the beginning of the race. Osborne got a bad start and was riding in ninth on lap four but had top three lap times. Also on lap four Roczen moved his way placed Tomac for the lead and started to break into the 49 second lap times. On lap six Chad Reed was running 12th. Tomac made a mistake on lap seven and dropped to seventh with Musquin moving to second and Savatgy third with Baggett and Webb in tow. Half way into the 450 main Roczen was still putting down the fastest laps and was stretching his lead over Musquin. Savatgy eventually made a mistake dropping down to fifth with Webb moving into third getting within striking distance of the leader Roczen. Tomac dropped back again to 11th on lap 14. Zach Osborne pulled in the mechanic area and out of the race. Cooper continued to close the gap on Musquin until he made the pass on the 18th lap. After Cooper passed Musquin he made a charge on Roczen with less than a second lead and two minutes to go. On the last lap Webb and Roczen were side by side with Webb making the pass for the win again!
|1||2||Cooper Webb||25 Laps|
450 POINT STANDINGS (ROUND 7 OF 17)
450 LCQ RESULTS
Alex Ray lead the first lap but Justin Barcia made the quick pass into the lead with Kyle Chisholm in third and Ronnie Stewart in the final transfer spot. Scott Champion was in fifth nipping at Stewart’s heals. Barcia pulled around two second a lap on Ray for a commanding lead while Ray got pressure from Chisholm. Champion worked mourned Stewart for the final transfer position to make the make. Barcia took the easy win with Ray and Chisholm rounding out second and third.
|1||51||Justin Barcia||7 Laps|
450 HEAT RACE 2 RESULTS
Chad Reed come around the first lap in the lead with Cole Seely and Eli Tomac in second and third. Cooper Webb rounded the first lap in fifth. On lap two, both Cole Seely and Tomac got around Reed. Marvin Musquin was out of qualifying position on the opening laps. On the third lap Blake Baggett and Webb put pressure on Reed to make the pass. Webb moved passed both Baggett and Reed into third. With two laps to go Seely started slowing down and Tomac picked up shorting the gap to under a second. Seely held off Tomac for his first heat race win of the year with Webb coming in third and Baggett moving by Reed on the final lap for forth. Musquin moved up to seventh.
|1||14||Cole Seely||8 Laps|
450 HEAT RACE 1 RESULTS
It was Ken Roczen with the holehsot of the fist heat race with Justin Hill and Joey Savatgy in tow. Hill put the pressure on Roczen as he was setting the fastest laps at the beginning on the heat. On the fifth lap Dean Wilson made the pass on Savatgy for third position then switched back a lap later. Half way through the heat Roczen picked up the pace and started to pull away from Hill. Roczen won with a five second lead on Hill with Savatgy in third. Zach Osborne worked his way up from back of the pack to squeak into the main event finishing 9th.
|1||94||Ken Roczen||9 Laps|
|18||412||Jared Lesher||8 Laps|