2019 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS AFTER 13 ROUNDS

Cooper Webb 2019 Indianapolis Supercross-5105  With his win in Houston, Cooper Webb has extended his championship lead to 17 points over Marvin Musquin.

SUPERCROSS SEASON POINTS STANDINGS

After another exciting and hard fought night of racing, Cooper Webb has grabbed his sixth win of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season and he extended his points lead to 17 over his teammate Marvin Musquin. The 2019 Houston Supercross was the final Triple Crown event of the season and it proved to be another intense night of racing for the fans. Ken Roczen was looking good as he easily won the first 450 main event, but unfortunately a crash on the start in 450 main event 2 put Ken out for the race, he came back for main event 3 and was able to salvage an eight place. Marvin Musquin was looking fast and after making an aggressive move on his teammate Cooper Webb, things got interesting! For the first time this season, we’ve seen the teammates ride aggressive with each other and it ended with Cooper pushing Marvin off of the track. In the third main event, Marvin was able to rebound and win, but Cooper’s third place was enough for him to win the overall for the night and put three more points in between he and Marvin in the championship.

450 CHAMPIONSHIP POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 13 OF 17)

Cooper Webb_2019 Detroit Supercross-48With four rounds to go, Cooper Webb is the guy to beat in the 450 Supercross Championship.

POS. NAME POINTS
1 Cooper Webb 288
2 Marvin Musquin 271
3 Eli Tomac 262
4 Ken Roczen 252
5 Blake Baggett 215
6 Dean Wilson 201
7 Joey Savatgy 173
8 Cole Seely 160
9 Chad Reed 151
10 Justin Barcia 150
11 Justin Brayton 141
12 Justin Bogle 124
13 Aaron Plessinger 123
14 Justin Hill 119
15 Tyler Bowers 103
16 Zach Osborne 80
17 Kyle Chisholm 78
18 Ben Lamay 72
19 Vince Friese 65
20 Alex Ray 47
21 Jason Anderson 46
22 Carlen Gardner 38
23 Cole Martinez 29
24 Mike Alessi 27
25 Chris Blose 25
26 Malcolm Stewart 17
27 Ryan Breece 16
28 Austin Politelli 13
29 Cedric Soubeyras 12
30 Shane Mcelrath 11
31 Adam Enticknap 11
32 Ronnie Stewart 9
33 Cheyenne Harmon 6
34 Theodore Pauli 5
35 Daniel Herrlein 5
36 Justin Starling 4
37 Cade Autenrieth 4
38 Angelo Pellegrini 4
39 Joshua Grant 3
40 Casey Brennan 3
41 Aj Catanzaro 3
42 Jared Lesher 2
43 Charles Lefrancois 2
44 Scott Champion 2
45 Heath Harrison 1

Marvin Musquin_2019 Houston Supercross-74Marvin Musquin has been trying his hardest, but so far he hasn’t been able to make a dent in Cooper Webb’s championship run.

Eli Tomac_2019 Houston Supercross-39Eli Tomac is 26 points behind Cooper Webb in the Championship now. It’s going to take a big mistake from Webb for Tomac to make up the difference.

Ken Roczen_2019 Houston Supercross-64Unfortunately Ken Roczen’s rough night in Houston has dropped him back 36 points behind Cooper Webb in the 450 point standings.

250 WEST COAST POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 8 OF 10)

Adam Cianciarulo_2019 Houston Supercross-45The points chase is heating up in the 250 class! Adam Cianciarulo’s fourth place overall in Houston has let Dylan Ferrandis close up to be within 5 points behind Adam.

POS. NAME POINTS
1 Adam Cianciarulo 182
2 Dylan Ferrandis 177
3 Colt Nichols 142
4 Rj Hampshire 126
5 Shane Mcelrath 123
6 James Decotis 112
7 Chris Blose 111
8 Cameron Mcadoo 111
9 Michael Mosiman 110
10 Garrett Marchbanks 99
11 Jacob Hayes 91
12 Martin Castelo 71
13 Jess Pettis 66
14 Sean Cantrell 61
15 Justin Starling 45
16 Mitchell Harrison 38
17 Enzo Lopes 37
18 Jerry Robin 30
19 Robbie Wageman 29
20 Mathias Jorgensen 25
21 Carson Brown 23
22 Logan Karnow 20
23 Chris Howell 17
24 Dylan Merriam 17
25 Brandan Leith 17
26 Bradley Lionnet 13
27 Scott Champion 12
28 Devin Harriman 10
29 Killian Auberson 10
30 Michael Leib 9
31 Thomas Do 9
32 Deegan Vonlossberg 7
33 Rj Wageman 6
34 Ludovic Macler 2
35 Gage Schehr 1

Dylan Ferrandis_2019 Houston Supercross-43After winning his second Supercross ever in Houston, Dylan Ferrandis stated that he was glad to win. But he also said that he won’t be fully satisfied until he wins the Championship.

Colt Nichols_2019 Houston Supercross-52Colt Nichols rebounded from his crash in Seattle to finish third in Houston, but the 40-point gap to his teammate has just about ruined his title hopes for 2019.

Jimmy Decotis_2019 Glendale Supercross-44Jimmy Decotis sits sixth in the 250 West points while Chris Blose, Cameron McAdoo and Michael Mosiman are all hot on his heels within two points of him in the Championship.

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