2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 11 | 450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS (UPDATED)
2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 11 | 450 MAIN EVENT RACE RESULTS
The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season is back up and running in Salt Lake City, Utah’s, Rice-Eccles Stadium. With seven rounds left to go when the series was postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, FELD Entertainment found a state and city willing to host the final rounds of the season all within a 22-day span of racing where each of the seven events will be completed on Sundays and Wednesdays. Coming into round eleven of the 2020 Supercross series, Eli Tomac had a 3-point lead over Ken Roczen. Both Ken and Eli were looking for their first 450SX title while the defending Champion, Cooper Webb came into the home stretch of the season 29-points down. Read below for the Main Event, Heat race and LCQ results from the 450SX class at Round 11 in Salt Lake City.
SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 11 450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS
Blake Baggett got out front early and he was riding well as he’s a great rider on slick hard pack tracks historically. Cooper Webb, Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac were battling behind Baggett, Brayton and Cianciarulo when Adam had a big crash in the second rhythm section. Eli Tomac almost crashed when he ran over Adam’s bike and Cooper Webb had nowhere to go when he landed in the rhythm section and he ran over Adam Cianciarulo’s back. Adam looked to be in major pain, but he was able to move under his own strength. Then Eli Tomac passed his way up into the lead with 12-minutes left while Blake Baggett was second, Webb third and Roczen fourth. Eli battled hard with Webb and Roczen, but then he seemingly grabbed another gear and pulled away. Eli Tomac went on to win the Main Event with Cooper Webb second. Ken Roczen would finish third after saving what could have been a big crash late in the race.
SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS 450 HEAT RACE 2 RESULTS
Ken Roczen grabbed the holeshot in the second 450 Heat race with Adam Cianciarulo second and Justin Brayton third. The track is no longer slick from the mud or water applied by Dirt Wurx, now it’s slick because of the hard base and because the top soil is drying out. This track is going to be very challenging for all of the riders. Jason Anderson passed his teammate Dean Wilson in the whoop section to inherit fifth place in the Heat with just over a minute to go. On the last lap Jason Anderson was able to make the pass on Justin Barcia to grab fourth by making the pass in the whoop section again.
SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS 450 HEAT RACE 1 RESULTS
Eli Tomac grabbed the holeshot with Cooper Webb and Blake Baggett second and third on the opening lap in the first 450SX Heat race. Chad Reed was fifth on the first lap on his new KTM. Vince Friese was fourth while Osborne passed Reed for fifth and quickly began to add pressure onto Friese. Osborne eventually pushed his way passed Friese then Malcom Stewart passed both Friese and Reed in the whoop section at the same time. Then Aaron Plessinger passed Stewart, lots of passes were being made on the very slick Salt Lake City track.
450 LCQ RESULTS
Ryan Breece grabbed the holeshot, but he made a mistake in the first rhythm section and Carlen Garnder was able to grab the lead. Then Alex Ray passed Carlen Gardner and Breece did as well before Carlen slid out in the turn coming onto the start straight away. Kyle Cunningham moved into third with Fredrik Noren fourth. Alex Ray held the lead and Kyle Cunningham was second, Chisholm moved into third and Fredrik Noren was fourth after Ryan Breece dropped backwards.