450 Main Event Start 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 3 -4614


Round 13 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season was extremely exciting on all accounts. If you haven’t watched it, you need to. The track in Salt Lake City has been a huge topic since we first found out that Supercross would be finishing out the final seven races in one location. The first round was extremely dusty, the second round was great and the third round, Round 13 of the 2020 season, was a mud fest! Rain came down hard on Saturday before the Sunday race, but luckily the track was covered. Then, the Dirt Wurx crew was uncovering the track for the riders to complete the abbreviated practice schedule and do their one timed qualifying session before racing started, and then the rain hit hard again. This made for a muddy track in qualifying, but by the time the Heat races came around, we thought we were clear. The sun was out and the track was rutted, but the ruts were hardening and the riders were making it work. But, mother nature had a different plan, it started raining again before and during the 250 Main Event and this turned the track into a mess. It stopped before the 450 Main, but the damage was done. Still, the top riders went out and battled with everything they had and put on a great show. Read below for the updated 2020 overall point standings and click the ‘Full Coverage’ link below for race results, news, mud photos and more from Round 13.



Cooper Webb Eli Tomac 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 3 -4689Eli Tomac extended his lead to now 26-points over Ken Roczen and 32 over Cooper Webb.

The 450SX Main Event surely did not disappoint. Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb fought harder than ever, they changed positions multiple times, ran into lapped riders, made huge mistakes and recovered, traded paint in multiple corners and passed through the pack to lap up to fourth place and lap Ken Roczen twice. It was a spectacular event to watch if you are a Webb or Tomac fan. Unfortunately for Roczen fans, he wasn’t able to continue with the momentum he had in the Heat race. Ken was fast and he battled with Cooper before he got a flat, but he still finished second. In the Main, he fought hard for the first few laps and then dropped backwards. Ken released a statement on Instagram after Wednesday’s race in Salt Lake City about the breathing troubles that he’s been having, if you haven’t seen it, you can do so by clicking here.

1 Eli Tomac 301
2 Ken Roczen 275
3 Cooper Webb 269
4 Justin Barcia 239
5 Jason Anderson 229
6 Malcolm Stewart 198
7 Dean Wilson 176
8 Justin Brayton 173
9 Justin Hill 169
10 Zach Osborne 163
11 Aaron Plessinger 159
12 Blake Baggett 145
13 Martin Davalos 138
14 Adam Cianciarulo 129
15 Vince Friese 127
16 Chad Reed 68
17 Tyler Bowers 68
18 Benny Bloss 64
19 Kyle Chisholm 62
20 Kyle Cunningham 44
21 Ryan Breece 34
22 Alex Ray 25
23 Justin Bogle 24
24 Broc Tickle 18
25 Chris Blose 18
26 Adam Enticknap 16
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 Logan Karnow 1
38 Joshua Cartwright 1
39 Jerry Robin 1

Cooper Webb Ken Roczen 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 3 -3393Cooper Webb gained a bunch of points on Ken Roczen in the Championship at Round 13. Now he’s only six points out of second place. 


Shane McElrath 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 3 -3172Shane McElrath is now 3-points behind Chase Sexton going into the final two 250 East rounds.

Chase Sexton and Shane McElrath came into Round 13 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season tied in points with three rounds to go. Shane was on a roll after winning back-to-back Main Events in Salt Lake City on Sunday and Wednesday prior to Round 13, but Chase Sexton wasn’t going to give up. The first Main Event started off great for both riders, Chase grabbed the holeshot and Shane McElrath was right behind him in second. But the race soon turned sour for Chase as Shane dove up the inside and made an aggressive move to get by Sexton and push him off the track. Chase then got on the track in fifth and was charging again on the first lap when he landed on Enzo Lopes as he tried to triple out of a rhythm section. Then, Garrett Marchbanks crashed all by himself in the rhythm section and sadly he was hurting bad and wasn’t able to get off the track quickly. As a result of Garrett’s crash, the race had to be red flagged so that the medical crew could take care of Marchbanks. Then, the race was restarted and since the leader, Shane McElrath hadn’t completed a full three laps yet. After the restart Shane McElrath grabbed the holeshot, this time with Sexton behind him. Chase then followed Shane until he ran into a lapped rider and went down. After this, Sexton cruised home to a victory on a challenging track while Shane went on to finish second.

1 Chase Sexton 166
2 Shane Mcelrath 163
3 Garrett Marchbanks 119
4 Jeremy Martin 105
5 Jalek Swoll 91
6 Jo Shimoda 89
7 Enzo Lopes 81
8 Rj Hampshire 80
9 Pierce Brown 73
10 Kyle Peters 69
11 Jace Owen 66
12 Jordan Bailey 64
13 John Short 55
14 Colt Nichols 52
15 Jordon Smith 48
16 Joshua Hill 43
17 Chris Blose 41
18 Cedric Soubeyras 35
19 Justin Starling 35
20 Joey Crown 31
21 Lorenzo Locurcio 31
22 Nick Gaines 28
23 Joshua Osby 26
24 Kevin Moranz 25
25 Curren Thurman 25
26 James Decotis 24
27 Hunter Sayles 24
28 Grant Harlan 24
29 Chase Marquier 20
30 Dustin Winter 20
31 Carter Halpain 14
32 Wilson Fleming 12
33 Jerry Robin 11
34 Darian Sanayei 8
35 Richard Jackson 6
36 Isaac Teasdale 5
37 Coty Schock 4
38 Luke Neese 3
39 Justin Rodbell 3
40 Lance Kobusch 1

Chase Sexton 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 3 -4266 Chase Sexton after his fist pump over the finish line. He will keep the red plate and be wearing it when the 250 East division gets back to racing in 10-days.

Colt Nichols flying high above the Rice-Eccles Stadium. He finished third in the Main Event.



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.

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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