2020 AMA MOTOCROSS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 6

Adam Cianciarulo 2020 Redbud 2 National-307Adam Cianciarulo got a lot of points after going 1-1 in Spring Creek.

2020 AMA MOTOCROSS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 6

The 2020 Spring Creek Pro National is under wraps and some absolutely awesome racing took place. Both the 250 and 450 class provided some edge of the seat racing, drama, and plenty of mechanical issues. Coming into the sixth round, points leaders Zach Osborne and Jeremy Martin were going to be tossed a few wrenches to dodge during the day. Jeremy Martin battling with Dylan Ferrandis and Zach Osborne suffering a devastating flat front, it was anyone’s game to earn some points chasing the championship. Zach Osborne came into the race sitting with a comfortable points lead but with 10 minutes left in the race, noticed something was wrong. After finding out it was a front flat tire and refusing to pit so that the mechanics could change it, it was a race against dropping to 20th place to maintain his points lead. Adam Cianciarulo would end up taking the win and earned a handsome amount of points after Marvin Musquin had problems of his own. Jeremy Martin also struggled to get a podium in the first moto and in the second moto battled with Dylan Ferrandis who ended up taking the victory and the red plate with him as they head to WW Ranch for some racing down south.

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450 POINT STANDINGS (ROUND 6 OF 9)

ZACH OSBORNE RD 6Zach Osborne managed to salvage a front flat tire and keep the red plate.

With the current season of racing, we already knew that this year’s 2020 Pro Motocross Championship was full of surprises and we bet that some of the racers were surprised as well. Coming into the race, Zach Osborne had a comfortable lead in the points chase but it wasn’t until getting a flat tire with 10 minutes and two laps left in the second moto that things started to get shaken up. Refusing to pit at his mechanics, Zach did not want to take the chance of losing too many positions and risking the red plate disappearing from his clutches. Fortunately, Zach is a quick learner and slowly got some of his speed back resulting in him not losing a lot of positions and the red plate. Fortunately for Adam Cianciarulo, the odds were in his favor this race and so was his speed over the rest of the competition. Adam went 1-1 over the day earning him a large number of points due to the fact that another competitor, Marvin Musquin, also had a bike malfunction.

POS. # NAME Total
1 16 Zachary Osborne 235
2 9 Adam Cianciarulo 220
3 25 Marvin Musquin 215
4 1 Eli Tomac 196
5 51 Justin Barcia 194
6 4 Blake Baggett 190
7 23 Chase Sexton 173
8 62 Christia nCraig 141
9 20 Broc Tickle 134
10 17 Joseph Savatgy 122
11 103 Max Anstie 113
12 15 Dean Wilson 97
13 31 Fredrik Noren 82
14 48 Henry Miller 59
15 21 Jason Anderson 58
16 19 Justin Bogle 56
17 78 Jake Masterpool 53
18 258 Justin Rodbell 49
19 50 Benny Bloss 47
20 75 Coty Schock 31
21 2 Cooper Webb 29
22 43 John Short 21
23 42 Ben LaMay 21
24 349 Grant Harlan 19
25 309 Jeremy Smith 18
26 700 Justin Hoeft 17
27 34 Tyler Bowers 13
28 443 Luke Renzland 11
29 647 Matthew Hubert 9
30 154 Chase Felong 8
31 577 Felix Lopez 7
32 72 Robbie Wageman 4
33 841 Jeffrey Walker 4
34 79 Isaac Teasdale 3
35 281 Cory Carsten 3
36 61 Alex Ray 3
37 412 Jared Lesher 3

Adam cianciarulo-millvville-2020-holeshotTwo good starts certainly helped Adam rise to the occasion to earn his first ever 1-1 victory in the 450 class.

250 POINT STANDINGS (ROUND 6 OF 9)

DYLAN FERRANDIS-MILLVILE2020-1Dylan Ferrandis went 1-1 for the day and, with that, earned the red plate. 

The racing that was exhibited by the 250 class has been the most exciting we have seen this season. With side-by-side battles going on, we were at the edge of our seats wondering who exactly was gonna walk away with the most points after the weekend. It was no surprise that Star Yamaha was going to be fast but of those riders, Dylan Ferrandis showed incredible speed. After qualifying first and second, the Martin brothers, who were quite literally at their home track, were also among those who we thought would do really well. And that they did. Unfortunately enough, Jeremy Martin’s incredible determination and speed was just not enough to get past the Frenchman. And after having a non podium first moto, the red plate was Dylan Ferrandis’s to take.

POS. # NAME Total
1 14 Dylan Ferrandis 257
2 6 Jeremy Martin 254
3 24 RJ Hampshire 202
4 26 Alex Martin 194
5 12 Shane McElrath 186
6 32 Justin Cooper 164
7 83 Jett Lawrence 162
8 29 Cameron Mcadoo 140
9 74 Mitchell Harrison 123
10 30 Brandon Hartranft 114
11 57 Derek Drake 106
12 220 Carson Mumford 95
13 84 Jo Shimoda 90
14 35 Hunter Lawrence 73
15 239 Mason Gonzales 73
16 117 Stilez Robertson 70
17 41 Ty Masterpool 54
18 68 Nick Gaines 44
19 163 Pierce Brown 36
20 157 Darian Sanayei 24
21 373 Hardy Munoz 23
22 67 Jerry Robin 23
23 194 Lance Kobusch 18
24 352 Jalek Swoll 15
25 251 Ezra Hastings 14
26 134 Jarrett Frye 14
27 355 Joseph Crown 13
28 227 Derek Kelley 12
29 726 Gared Steinke 10
30 130 Austin Root 9
31 387 Joshua Varize 7
32 667 Jesse Flock 7
33 874 Zack Williams 6
34 39 Jordan Bailey 6
35 374 Dilan Schwartz 5
36 162 Maxwell Sanford 4
37 221 Mathias Jorgensen 4

Rj Hampshire 2020 Spring Creek NationalR.J. Hampshire is third in the 250 Championship point standings.

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