WASHOUGAL NATIONAL MOTOCROSS | 450 RACE RESULTS (UPDATED)
450 WASHOUGAL MOTOCROSS NATIONAL OVERALL RACE RESULTS
The 2019 Washougal National is here and it has been an exciting one. The weather is overcast, the track is nice and the trees are still green in the Pacific Northwest. We have the results from the 450 class here.
450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS
Joey Savatgy on his Factory Kawasaki KX450 got the hotshot in the second Moto. Marvin Musquin made quick work of him for the lead as did Roczen for second pushing Savatgy back to third. Eli Tomac started 15th and made his way through the pack into the top five very fast. Tomac got by Anderson and his teammate Savatgy for third. Osborne then made his way by Savatgy putting him back to sixth. On the ninth lap Tomac made his way past Roczen into second. Musquin couldn’t keep Tomac at bay. Tomac snuck on the inside on a tight corner and pushed him outside. Tomac then pulled away for the win.
450 MOTO 1 RESULTS
In 450 Moto 2, Joey Savagty grabbed the holeshot with Cooper Webb second and Ken Roczen close behind around the first turn. Joey wasn’t able to hold the lead for long and it was Ken Roczen who would capitalize quickly and get into the lead. Eli Tomac, Joey Savatgy, Cooper Webb, Jason Anderson and Marvin Musquin were all in a major battle behind Roczen, fighting for the top spots. In the second half of the race, Ken Roczen had the lead and it looked big enough for him to take it easy, but it Eli Tomac was not done. He kept charging and caught up to the rear tire of Roczen with just three laps to go and then right when it looked like Eli made the pass, he caught his foot on the inside of the rut and went down. There was two and a half laps to go, and then it seemed like Roczen would win easily, maybe relaxing a little too much, because Eli picked his bike up, caught up to Ken within one lap and then made an aggressive pass that resulted in Ken going off the track and loosing major ground. Behind those two, Cooper Webb and Jason Anderson battled back and forth. Both of them made mistakes and in the end Cooper Webb finished third with Jason Anderson fourth.