2020 ST. LOUIS SUPERCROSS | 250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS (UPDATED)
2020 ST. LOUIS SUPERCROSS | 250 QUALIFYING RESULTS
The 2020 St. Louis Supercross is underway and up first it’s the 250SX West class hitting the track for qualifying. It’s a cold day in St. Louis, but if you’ve seen our Pre-Race Report you’d know that the The Dome in St. Louis is covered which means we won’t have to worry about bad weather on the track or in the stands. Last weekend Dylan Ferrandis was the fastest rider of the day in the 250SX class, but when it came time to go racing, Justin Cooper proved to be the best 250 rider at the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season opener. Today, we’re on a different track with different 1,800 miles away from Anaheim, California in St. Louis, Missouri and anything can happen. Stay tuned to MXA all day long for qualifying results, race results, news and more from the second round of the AMA Supercross season in St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS SUPERCROSS 250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
The second 250SX qualifying sessions are over and the overall combined qualifying results are in. Before the 250B riders hit the track, the Dirt Wurx crew spent an entire hour grooming the track, from our view it looked like they groomed everything besides the whoops. Dylan Ferrandis and Justin Cooper finished first and second in qualifying again and Austin Forkner, the was third fastest at his hometown race. Cameron McAdoo had a hard crash in the first qualifying session and he was banged up pretty bad. Cameron tried to ride in the next qualifying session but after trying to go around the track for a lap, he had couldn’t keep going and he had to pull off.
|37||395||Charl Van Eeden||57.766|
The top 40 riders transferred into the night show.
250 GROUP A SESSION ONE QUALIFYING RESULTS
Dylan Ferrandis grabbed the fastest qualifying time in the first session. Dylan said in his interview that the layout and ruts are making the track technical. He also talked about all of the riders crashing during the practice which made it hard to put down a fast lap. Dylan also said that he kept his bike the same from Anaheim 1. Dylan’s Star Racing Yamaha teammate Justin Cooper was second and Christian Craig was third. Cameron McAdoo was looking good in qualifying and going fast but unfortunately he had a hard crash. He got up under his own power and walked off the track slowly, but he definitely looked sore.