2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 12 | 250 EAST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS (UPDATED)

Chase Sexton 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 qualifying-9404

2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 12 | 250 EAST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Salt Lake City Supercross is back today, June 3rd, for round two of the seven-race hurry-up schedule. The track inside of the Rice-Eccles Stadium has been changed; it’s now running in the opposite direction with the first turn going right instead of left. Also, the whoop section was extended to span across a full straightaway. Click here to see a photo of the track. The 250SX East Coast Regional Championship is set go racing tonight for their sixth race of the year. With only three rounds left for the 250 East rider (including the East/West Shootout), the defending Champion Chase Sexton is looking to finish ahead of his rival Shane McElrath and give himself a bigger buffer going forward. Currently 7-points separate the two of them. Check below for Qualifying Results from the 250SX East class at Round 12 in Salt Lake City.

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SALT LAKE CITY 2: 250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Shane McElrath 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 qualifying-9350Shane McElrath was the fastest 250 rider of the day.

At the start of the second 250 qualifying the riders did a practice start to get used to the new first turn as they do at every Supercross in the second qualifying session. Shane McElrath had the holeshot, but Chase Sexton snuck up the inside, hit Shane and pushed him into the tough blocks. Was it an aggressive move or just a riding incident. Check out the video on our Facebook page by clicking here to give us your thoughts on it. Shane was asked about the incident in his post qualifying session interview he said: “Yeah it’s fine, it’s going to take a lot more than that to knock me down.”

POS. # NAME BEST TIME
1 12 Shane Mcelrath 44.972
2 1E Chase Sexton 45.427
3 6 Jeremy Martin 46.114
4 36 Garrett Marchbanks 46.558
5 13 Colt Nichols 46.731
6 66 Enzo Lopes 47.041
7 163 Pierce Brown 47.061
8 38 Kyle Peters 47.439
9 352 Jalek Swoll 47.882
10 84 Jo Shimoda 48.011
11 39 Jordan Bailey 48.125
12 43 John Short 48.288
13 157 Darian Sanayei 48.533
14 49 Chris Blose 48.539
15 56 Justin Starling 48.620
16 59 Joshua Osby 48.659
17 981 Curren Thurman 48.843
18 73 Chase Marquier 48.955
19 67 Jerry Robin 49.150
20 159 Jace Owen 49.185
21 332 Dustin Winter 49.751
22 47 Lorenzo Locurcio 49.765
23 367 Hunter Sayles 49.850
24 128 Carter Halpain 49.877
25 68 Nick Gaines 50.180
26 75 Coty Schock 50.221
27 124 Lane Shaw 50.308
28 258 Justin Rodbell 50.641
29 185 Wilson Fleming 50.742
30 349 Grant Harlan 50.900
31 125 Luke Neese 51.054
32 77 Kevin Moranz 51.347
33 364 Chad Saultz 51.946
34 208 Logan Leitzel 52.188
35 248 Travis Delnicki 52.385
36 197 Dillon Cloyed 52.607
37 357 Kameron Barboa 52.700
38 162 Maxwell Sanford 53.418
39 675 Kyle Dillin 54.024
40 160 Vincent Murphy 54.739

 

SALT LAKE CITY 2: 250 GROUP A QUALIFYING SESSION 1 RESULTS

Shane McElrath 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 qualifying-8871Shane McElrath at SLC Supercross #2.

Everyone complained about the short, 40-second lap times at Sunday’s SLC Supercross and the Dirt Wurx has responded with a long and challenging set of whoops. With the higher elevation equating to slower motorcycles in Salt Lake City, the 250SX riders will especially have a challenging time keeping their momentum up through the whoops. In the first 250 Group A qualifying session, it was Shane McElrath who was able to logged the fastest lap time with points leader, Chase Sexton close behind.

POS. # RIDER BEST TIME
1 12 Shane Mcelrath 46.267
2 1E Chase Sexton 46.504
3 13 Colt Nichols 47.100
4 36 Garrett Marchbanks 47.405
5 6 Jeremy Martin 47.554
6 66 Enzo Lopes 47.840
7 163 Pierce Brown 48.166
8 352 Jalek Swoll 48.221
9 43 John Short 48.288
10 39 Jordan Bailey 48.728
11 38 Kyle Peters 48.765
12 49 Chris Blose 48.911
13 84 Jo Shimoda 48.994
14 59 Joshua Osby 49.443
15 159 Jace Owen 49.673
16 56 Justin Starling 49.883
17 73 Chase Marquier 49.971
18 157 Darian Sanayei 50.024
19 68 Nick Gaines 50.392
20 349 Grant Harlan 50.900

Jeremy Martin 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 qualifying-8921Jeremy Martin in practice. 

SALT LAKE CITY 2: 250 GROUP B QUALIFYING SESSION 1 RESULTS

Coty Shock 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 11 250 main event-7138FXR Honda rider, Coty Shock was 6th fastest in the first 250 B qualifying session.

POS. # RIDER BEST TIME
1 332 Dustin Winter 49.751
2 67 Jerry Robin 49.888
3 128 Carter Halpain 50.179
4 47 Lorenzo Locurcio 50.304
5 981 Curren Thurman 50.614
6 75 Coty Schock 50.655
7 367 Hunter Sayles 50.927
8 185 Wilson Fleming 51.093
9 125 Luke Neese 51.266
10 124 Lane Shaw 51.635
11 258 Justin Rodbell 51.749
12 77 Kevin Moranz 51.761
13 364 Chad Saultz 51.946
14 248 Travis Delnicki 52.938
15 197 Dillon Cloyed 53.317
16 357 Kameron Barboa 54.159
17 675 Kyle Dillin 54.268
18 162 Maxwell Sanford 54.289
19 160 Vincent Murphy 55.626
20 208 Logan Leitzel 55.706

Chad Saultz 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 pits-8688Chad Sultz #364 was 13th fastest in the 250B practice. Luckily for Chad and the rest of the 250 riders, they don’t have to worry about qualifying into the night show. Supercross has limited the amount of riders competing in each class to 40. Everyone riding in the qualifiers will make it into the night show. 

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