MILLVILLE NATIONAL | 450 RACE RESULTS (UPDATED)
2019 AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 450 NATIONAL OVERALL RESULTS FROM MILLVILLE
After crazy weather fell on the Spring Creek Motocross Park, qualifying had to be adjusted and the racing schedule was delayed one hour due to lightning near the facility, but weather cleared up and show went on anyways. Coming into round eight of the 2019 AMA National series Eli Tomac held a 34-point lead over Marvin Musquin and after another exciting day of racing Eli would extend his points lead.
MILLVILLE NATIONAL 450 OVERALL RESULTS
Cooper Webb grabbed the holeshot in the second 450 Moto with Ken Roczen in second. Unfortunately for many riders, there was a big pile up in the first turn that took out around 10 riders including Jason Anderson and Marvin Musquin. On lap three Roczen was able to get around Cooper Webb for just a moment before Webb made quick moves to get back into the lead. Then on lap four Cooper would go down and hand the lead back to Ken Roczen. Cooper got up in second with Osborne right behind him. Ken Roczen lead for most of the race, but Cooper Webb fought hard and he was able to close the gap. With two laps to go, Cooper made a pass in the Millville whoops to take back the lead. But it wasn’t over for Ken Roczen, he made a charge and finished just a split second behind Cooper Webb at the finish line.
MILLVILLE NATIONAL 450 MOTO 1 RESULTS
Isaac Teasdale grabbed the holeshot but it was Cooper Webb who grabbed the lead after the first turn. Local Minnesota native, Henry Miller inherited the second place position and held onto it until Eli Tomac made the pass on him early in lap three. On the first lap there were five privateer riders inside the top ten, they were Isaac Teasdale, Henry Miller, John Short, Kyle Cunningham and City Schock. After ten minutes of racing Marvin Musquin was able to get into third position and Ken Roczen had moved up to 12th. In the final stretch of 450 Moto 1, Eli Tomac got close to Cooper Webb, but he wasn’t close enough to make the pass. Webb also got some help from a lap rider who held up Eli considerably on the final lap. Cooper Webb grabbed his first ever 450 National Moto win.