2020 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 12

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2020 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 12 IN SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

The 2020 Supercross season has been an exciting one and Round 12 of Supercross in Salt Lake City provided a much better track and better racing for the fans to enjoy. Well at least for the fans to watch on TV. Sadly, there weren’t any fans in the stadium to cheer when Eli Tomac passed Ken Roczen, or when Cooper Webb block passed Zach Osborne, or when Chase Sexton went down and Pierce Brown ran him over. The fans would’ve been going crazy if they could’ve been there, but instead they were left to cheer from the other side of the TV. Either way, we’re still happy the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season is finishing what it started. The Covid-19 pandemic did everything it could to stop the season from going, but we’re back racing and everyone in the stadium have to wear face masks. Read the brief race report from each class and see the updated point standings here. Also, click the link below for MXA’s Best in the Pits gallery, qualifying results, race results, news and more.

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450 OVERALL POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 12 OF 17) 

450 MAIN EVENT PODIUM 2020 Salt Lake City Supercross Round 12 Heat Race winCooper Webb wins at Round 12 in Salt Lake City with Eli Tomac and Zach Osborne joining him on the podium.

In the 450 Main Event at Round 12 in Salt Lake City, Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac started the race buried in the back of the pack while Zach Osborne grabbed the holeshot and early lead. Cooper Webb was up front and moved into second on the opening lap while Eli and Ken were battling back in eight and ninth. Ken was able to get by Tomac and get into sixth and then after a few sketchy runs through the whoops, Ken was able to pass Dean Wilson and get into fifth. The pressure was on for both Ken and Eli as they fought through the field, but luckily the track wasn’t as dry so the riders didn’t have to worry about dust like they did on Sunday. Meanwhile, with 15-minutes left Osborne still had the lead with Webb and Anderson behind. Ken and Eli both passed Barcia and then they were putting pressure on Anderson for third. With just over 11-minutes left, Ken Roczen was jumping through the whoops while Eli skimmed right behind and slid up the inside to make the pass on Roczen for fourth place. On the next lap, Eli Tomac made the same move on Anderson to get into third and it looked like the rest of the pack was getting tired while Eli was staying steady. Zach Osborne held on strong in the lead for over 75% of the race, but after pressing on Osborne lap after lap, Cooper Webb was able to block pass him and gain the lead. Meanwhile, Tomac also closed up on the leaders and he passed Osborne just a lap later to get close behind Webb in second. Tomac pushed hard, but he wasn’t able to close the gap. Cooper Webb won the race, Tomac finished second and his rival in the points, Ken Roczen looked tired during the last half of the race and finished fifth.

POS. NAME POINTS
1 Eli Tomac 275
2 Ken Roczen 262
3 Cooper Webb 246
4 Justin Barcia 225
5 Jason Anderson 208
6 Malcolm Stewart 180
7 Justin Hill 161
8 Dean Wilson 159
9 Justin Brayton 157
10 Aaron Plessinger 147
11 Zach Osborne 144
12 Blake Baggett 134
13 Adam Cianciarulo 129
14 Martin Davalos 121
15 Vince Friese 120
16 Tyler Bowers 65
17 Chad Reed 59
18 Kyle Chisholm 57
19 Benny Bloss 54
20 Kyle Cunningham 40
21 Ryan Breece 32
22 Alex Ray 25
23 Justin Bogle 24
24 Chris Blose 18
25 Adam Enticknap 16
26 Broc Tickle 12
27 Daniel Herrlein 8
28 Ryan Sipes 7
29 James Weeks 7
30 Henry Miller 6
31 James Decotis 4
32 Fredrik Noren 4
33 Ronnie Stewart 3
34 Carlen Gardner 3
35 Jason Clermont 3
36 Cade Autenrieth 3
37 Joshua Cartwright 1
38 Jerry Robin 1

KEN ROCZEN 2020 Salt Lake City Supercross Round 12 Heat Race win-2 Ken Roczen lost five more points in the Championship at Round 12. He now sits 13-points behind Eli Tomac. 

Cooper Webb and his mechanic Carlos Rivera after the podium at Round 12.

Malcom Stewart Cooper Webb 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 HEAT RACES-0818 Malcolm Stewart passed Cooper Webb in the long whoop section and went on to win their 450 Heat race.

Malcom Stewart Cooper Webb 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 HEAT RACES-0818Here they are right after the pass. Cooper lost the Heat race, but won the Main Event.

250 EAST COAST POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 6 OF 9)

250 Main Event Podium Shane McElrath 2020 Salt Lake City Supercross Round 12 Heat Race winThe 250 Main Event podium from Round 12 in Salt Lake City.

Colt Nichols grabbed the holeshot, Shane McElrath second, Jace Owen third, Pierce Brown fourth and Chase Sexton was fifth on the opening lap. Then, right after the finish line Chase Sexton slid out all on his own and Pierce Brown ran into him. Both riders went down and Sexton was all the way back to 17th. Colt Nichols held the lead still with his teammate, Shane McElrath close behind. Jace Owen was third, already almost six seconds back only three minutes into the race. Chase Sexton was on a mission and he was making passes quickly. Shane made the pass on Colt Nichols just five minutes into the race which gave him the lead with five minutes plus one lap to go. Chase Sexton made his way into sixth with over nine minutes to go and Garrett Marchbanks was behind him. Jalek Swoll was fourth, but he was passed by Chase Sexton and Garrett Marchbanks in a matter of two turns. Kyle Peters also passed Swoll to get into sixth. Chase had his eyes set on Martin for third who was ten seconds ahead, but Garrett Marchbanks was sticking with him with five minutes to go. Towards the end of the race, Shane McElrath’s lead extended to just over 3-seconds on his teammate, while Jeremy Martin held third and Chase Sexton kept pushing in fourth. The track was dry and slick, but much better than it was for Round 11 on Sunday. Shane went on to finish first with Sexton fourth and now they’re tied in points.

POS. NAME POINTS
1 Shane Mcelrath 140
2 Chase Sexton 140
3 Garrett Marchbanks 118
4 Jeremy Martin 105
5 Rj Hampshire 80
6 Jo Shimoda 77
7 Jalek Swoll 74
8 Enzo Lopes 66
9 Jordan Bailey 64
10 Pierce Brown 54
11 Jace Owen 52
12 Kyle Peters 51
13 Jordon Smith 48
14 Joshua Hill 43
15 John Short 42
16 Cedric Soubeyras 35
17 Colt Nichols 31
18 Joey Crown 31
19 Nick Gaines 28
20 Lorenzo Locurcio 28
21 Chris Blose 25
22 Curren Thurman 25
23 Justin Starling 25
24 James Decotis 24
25 Grant Harlan 24
26 Dustin Winter 20
27 Joshua Osby 19
28 Kevin Moranz 19
29 Chase Marquier 18
30 Hunter Sayles 13
31 Jerry Robin 11
32 Richard Jackson 6
33 Carter Halpain 5
34 Isaac Teasdale 5
35 Wilson Fleming 4
36 Justin Rodbell 3
37 Darian Sanayei 3
38 Luke Neese 3
39 Lance Kobusch 1

SUB-MIDChase Sexton 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 HEAT RACES-0478Chase Sexton getting sideways in the whoops. He and Shane McElrath are now tied in points going into Sunday’s race.

Shane McElrath 2020 SALT LAKE CITY ROUND 12 HEAT RACES-0542Colt Nichols up front in the Heat race. He led laps in both the Heat and Main Event at Round 12.

250 WEST COAST POINT STANDINGS (AFTER 6 ROUNDS)

Dylan Ferrandis 2020 San Diego SupercrossDylan Ferrandis grabbed the win in San Diego at the last 250 West race and he extended his points lead.

The last 250SX West Main Event in San Diego was a cat and mouse game between Austin Forkner and Dylan Ferrandis. It was Rockstar Husqvarna rider Michael Mosiman who grabbed the holeshot and the early lead in San Diego. Michael held of Austin Forkner and Dylan Ferrandis for the first four laps while they were battling behind him. Austin was the first rider to get around Mosiman and then Ferrandis did shortly after. Once Dylan and Austin were one and two, the battle was on. Austin did everything he could and he fended off a few of the Frenchman’s attacks, but eventually Dylan was able to dive up the inside of Austin in the off camber corner and take over the lead. Sadly Austin went off the track and lost time to Dylan when he tried to re-enter. Ferrandis held on to take the win with Forkner second, Justin Cooper third and Michael Mosiman fourth.

SUB-MID
POS. NAME POINTS
1 Dylan Ferrandis 135
2 Justin Cooper 128
3 Austin Forkner 122
4 Brandon Hartranft 110
5 Alex Martin 98
6 Jacob Hayes 89
7 Luke Clout 83
8 Michael Mosiman 82
9 Derek Drake 78
10 Mitchell Oldenburg 72
11 Carson Brown 72
12 Martin Castelo 53
13 Killian Auberson 51
14 Aaron Tanti 50
15 Jett Lawrence 46
16 Jay Wilson 45
17 Robbie Wageman 43
18 Michael Leib 32
19 Christian Craig 29
20 Cameron Mcadoo 27
21 Logan Karnow 27
22 Mitchell Falk 24
23 Cheyenne Harmon 17
24 Derek Kelley 13
25 Ludovic Macler 12
26 Lorenzo Camporese 7
27 Chris Howell 6
28 Taiki Koga 5
29 Bryson Gardner 4

Austin Forkner 2020 San Diego SupercrossAustin Forkner is third in the 250SX West title chase. 

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