2020 AMA MOTOCROSS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 7

2020 AMA MOTOCROSS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 7

With the seventh round of the AMA Nationals coming to an end, the season has shown that points are earned in big chunks, and especially for the 450 class, this was apparent. The weather was hot, humid, and the track was sandy and fast. It was clear that whoever got the holeshot in the motos would have a giant advantage over the rest of the field. With the most exciting season of Pro Motocross in recent memory, we knew anything could happen and some very intense racing would occur. Typically, it’s surprising to see rookies battling at the front with 450 veterans, however Adam Cianciarulo and Chase Sexton are the real deal and they’re not looking to settle for anything less than first. Adam Cianciarulo managed to get the early lead off the start in both motos and it was apparent how strong and suited he is now on the bigger bike. Chase Sexton held down the fastest lap times in qualifying so we expected him to perform well when it came time to race.

This outdoors season has proved to us that nothing is simple. Just when you think someone has the lead, in the blink of an eye, they can drop several positions. Usually the 450 class has more consistency at the front while the 250 class is more of a shake up. But, this year the tides have turned and it’s the 450 class that has seen multiple different winners and upset victories, while the battle for the red plate in the 250 class between Jeremy Martin and Dylan Ferrandis has been slightly more predictable. See below for the updated 2020 point standings and click our full coverage link for more action from the 2020 WW Ranch National.

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450 POINT STANDINGS (ROUND 7 OF 9)

Zach Osborne remains strong and goes 1-1 to hold onto the red plate leaving Jacksonville, Florida.

We have to admire the patience that Zach has when it comes to racing. In the first moto, 450 rookies Adam Cianciarulo and Chase Sexton were battling it out and Zach quietly waited till 5 minutes left when he made his charge. Flying passed the two front runners within a lap, and making it look easy, Zach would obtain a first moto win and would have similar results in the second moto. In the second moto, Adam led the pack after Justin Barcia’s holeshot led into a tip over in the sand. Unfortunately, Barcia wasn’t the only one who was going to play in the Florida sand as Adam joined in after having a run-in with Marvin Musquin. Zach would then make the pass for first place in the latter half of the race through precise line choice. He felt the heat of Tomac with only two laps left and Osborne gave it everything he had at that point to pull away from the defending champion and win the race. Osborne’s 1-1 finishes earned him a comfortable amount of points to keep the red plate.

POS. # NAME POINTS
1 16 Zachary Osborne 285
2 9 Adam Cianciarulo 256
3 25 Marvin Musquin 255
4 1 Eli Tomac 233
5 4 Blake Baggett 219
6 51 Justin Barcia 218
7 23 Chase Sexton 207
8 62 Christian Craig 163
9 17 Joseph Savatgy 147
10 103 Max Anstie 139
11 20 Broc Tickle 134
12 31 Fredrik Noren 107
13 15 Dean Wilson 97
14 19 Justin Bogle 72
15 78 Jake Masterpool 63
16 48 Henry Miller 59
17 21 Jason Anderson 58
18 258 Justin Rodbell 58
19 50 Benny Bloss 47
20 75 Coty Schock 31
21 2 Cooper Webb 29
22 34 Tyler Bowers 23
23 43 John Short 21
24 42 Ben LaMay 21
25 79 Isaac Teasdale 19
26 349 Grant Harlan 18
27 309 Jeremy Smith 18
28 700 Justin Hoeft 17
29 11 Kyle Chisholm 15
30 443 Luke Renzland 11
31 647 Matthew Hubert 10
32 154 Chase Felong 8
33 61 Alex Ray 7
34 711 Tristan Lane 5
35 577 Felix Lopez 5
36 72 Robbie Wageman 4
37 841 Jeffrey Walker 4
38 503 McClellan Hile 3
39 281 Cory Carsten 3
40 412 Jared Lesher 3
41 794 Bryce Backaus 2

 

Unfortunately for Adam, a mistake in the second moto would cost him some very valuable points.

250 POINT STANDINGS (ROUND 7 OF 9)

Dylan’s consistent performance would earn him a first place in both motos. 

With the 2020 Pro Motocross Season coming near an end, we focus on the two that have been battling for the entirety of the 2020 season in the 250 class. After beating Jeremy Martin on his own turf at Millville, we were excited to see what tricks Dylan Ferrandis had in his bag to keep Jeremy Martin from fulfilling his redemption story. Unfortunately for Jeremy, Dylan had plenty of tricks that involved getting good starts, having good teammates, and straight-up leaving everyone in the dust. The Frenchman is fast and there is no doubt about it because he would later get both moto wins at the WW Ranch.

POS. # NAME  POINTS
1 14 Dylan Ferrandis 307
2 6 Jeremy Martin 294
3 26 Alex Martin 224
4 12 Shane McElrath 218
5 24 RJ Hampshire 217
6 32 Justin Cooper 204
7 83 Jett Lawrence 200
8 29 Cameron Mcadoo 165
9 74 Mitchell Harrison 138
10 30 Brandon Hartranft 134
11 220 Carson Mumford 116
12 84 Jo Shimoda 114
13 57 Derek Drake 106
14 35 Hunter Lawrence 88
15 239 Mason Gonzales 75
16 117 Stilez Robertson 70
17 68 Nick Gaines 58
18 41 Ty Masterpool 54
19 163 Pierce Brown 36
20 373 Hardy Munoz 33
21 134 Jarrett Frye 32
22 67 Jerry Robin 28
23 157 Darian Sanayei 24
24 355 Joseph Crown 24
25 352 Jalek Swoll 19
26 194 Lance Kobusch 18
27 227 Derek Kelley 15
28 251 Ezra Hastings 14
29 726 Gared Steinke 11
30 130 Austin Root 9
31 667 Jesse Flock 8
32 77 Kevin Moranz 7
33 387 Joshua Varize 7
34 874 Zack Williams 6
35 39 Jordan Bailey 6
36 374 Dilan Schwartz 5
37 162 Maxwell Sanford 4
38 221 Mathias Jorgensen 4
39 981 Curren Thurman 2

Alex Martin moved up to third in points.

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