2019 MINNEAPOLIS SUPERCROSS | 450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS (UPDATED)
Cooper Webb wins his third main event of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season in Minneapolis! Ken Roczen finished third with Eli Tomac in sixth. From the stands, the track in Minneapolis didn’t seem as difficult as the first five rounds of the season. There weren’t very many passes going on at the front of the race, but that doesn’t mean it lacked any excitement! We were holding our breath and waiting to see who would make a move first. Cooper Webb was all over Joey Savatgy, Ken Roczen was all over Cooper Webb and Blake Baggett was all over Roczen! We are very pleased with how the 2019 Supercross season is going. Now the Championship has tightened up even more. The top four in the Championship standings are only separated by two points! Roczen has 125, Cooper Webb has 124 and Eli Tomac and Marvin Musquin are both tied with 123 points.
450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS
450 CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS (AFTER ROUND 6 OF 17)
Cheyenne Harmon wins the 450 LCQ with Aj Catanzaro finishing second, Casey Brennan third and Daniel Herrlein fourth. The top four qualified for the main event while Tyler Enticknap and the rest of the 450 riders behind him will have to try again next weekend.
450 LCQ RESULTS
Justin Brayton won his second heat race of the 2019 Supercross season while Justin Barcia finished second. Barcia fought his way through the pack and Bogle went backwards to fourth and Marvin Musquin crashed twice before finishing eighth.
450 HEAT RACE 2 RESULTS
Marvin Musquin had a rough heat race. While running second, Marvin went down in a corner. He got up quickly and was in fifth before he went down again in the exact same spot on the very next lap. Once again, Marvin picked his bike up quickly and finished eighth.
Cooper Webb grabbed the holeshot in the first 450 heat race of the night. Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen were right behind him on the start and it looked like they were going to get around Cooper but he was able to hold them off. Tomac even got up next to Webb across the finish line, but Cooper had the inside line coming into the next corner and he shut the door on the points leader. Cooper stated in his podium interview that the track is breaking down every lap and he believes it will be a rough and rutted track for the main event tonight.
450 HEAT RACE 1 RESULTS