2021 AMA MOTOCROSS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 2

2021 AMA MOTOCROSS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 2

Round 2 is finally over and while we may have not seen the most exciting action in the 250 class, the 450 class was the exact opposite. We saw close battles in both motos that had us yelling and the brutal Thunder Valley track provided even more close calls. The track was dry and thanks to the hot wind the night before, sketchy ruts would form everywhere. While the racing is over, there has been a shift in the points lead in both classes. Scroll down below to get a short summary of all the action and where your favorite riders sit in the 2021 Pro Motocross points chase.

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450 POINT STANDINGS

Ken Roczen will be holding the red plate now. 

While the battles were close in the 450 class, Ken Roczen remained to be on top of his game all day long, setting the fastest qualifying time, and winning both of his motos. While Dylan Ferrandis, Adam Cianciarulo, and Justin Barcia gave the 94 a run for his money, they simply couldn’t keep up with his impressive lap times and his remarkable amount of energy that he held onto during the end of the races. Ken has been known to not perform well at high altitude, often struggling in Supercross at Salt Lake City. But now, we’re witnessing an older Ken from years past, where we often forget that he’s won a couple of these championships before. Ken hasn’t spent much time practicing moto either, missing the entirety of the previous season and focusing primarily on Supercross.

Whatever he’s doing, he’s excelling at it, making the end of the second moto look almost easy for him. And in both motos, he was able to put a sizable gap in between himself and the rest of the competition once he obtained the lead. It will be exciting to see if he can keep this up as the season progresses and how the rest of the very exciting 450 class performs!

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 94 Ken Roczen 90 
2 14 Dylan Ferrandis 89 
3 7 Aaron Plessinger 74 
4 51 Justin Barcia 69 
5 23 Chase Sexton 67 
6 9 Adam Cianciarulo 58
7 2 Cooper Webb 52
8 29 Christian Craig 51
9 25 Marvin Musquin 51
10 3 Eli Tomac 46
11 1 Zachary Osborne 33
12 21 Jason Anderson 29
13 17 Joseph Savatgy 29
14 34 Max Anstie 29
15 19 Justin Bogle 22
16 15 Dean Wilson 21
17 43 Fredrik Noren 17
18 72 Coty Schock 16
19 951 Ryan Surratt 9
20 28 Brandon Hartranft 9
21 177 Alessandro Lupino 8
22 515 Tyler Medaglia 3
23 74 Mitchell Falk 3
24 441 Scott Meshey 3
25 715 Phillip Nicoletti 2
26 57 Justin Rodbell 2
27 58 Jacob Hayes 2
28 83 Alex Ray 0
29 280 William Clason 0
30 179 Cole Thompson 0
31 87 Curren Thurman 0
32 97 Ben LaMay 0
33 270 Jacob Runkles 0
34 794 Bryce Backaus 0
35 193 Hunter Schlosser 0
36 600 Connor Olson 0
37 559 Dylan Merriam 0
38 309 Jeremy Smith 0
39 135 Robert Fitch, Jr. 0
40 447 Deven Raper 0
41 747 Cody Gray 0
42 427 Deegan Vonlossberg 0
43 148 Bryce Hansen 0
44 768 Cole Shondeck 0
45 916 Justin Rando 0
46 645 Colby Copp 0
47 550 John Citrola 0
48 314 Tyler Stepek 0
49 446 Blaine Silveira 0
50 647 Matthew Hubert 0
51 114 Nick Schmidt 0

 

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250 POINT STANDINGS

Jett will be keeping his red plate after round 2. 

The red plate was in a stalemate after round 1, where Jeremy Martin and Jett Lawrence tied in the points. However, both of the Martin brothers would have their luck run out throughout the day similar to the opening round of the 2021 Supercross season, resulting in the two crashing knocking themselves out of the competition. Despite having the other points leader out of the question, Jett Lawrence would still not have his work handed to him, having to battle with multiple riders throughout the day. Despite performing well, he didn’t perform as well as Justin Cooper who would win the overall at the end of the day.

Unfortunately for Justin, a third place finish at Fox and an overall at Thunder Valley would not be enough to surpass Jett’s lead over the lites class. Now, Jett leads the championship by ten points and we can’t wait to see how the rest of the season shapes up for the 250 class.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 18 Jett Lawrence 90 
2 32 Justin Cooper 80 
3 6 Jeremy Martin 72 
4 41 Hunter Lawrence 67 
5 48 Garrett Marchbanks 56 
6 24 RJ Hampshire 54
7 30 Jo Shimoda 50
8 64 Colt Nichols 49
9 38 Austin Forkner 48
10 42 Michael Mosiman 46
11 47 Jalek Swoll 43
12 59 Jarrett Frye 32
13 91 Nathanael Thrasher 30
14 90 Dilan Schwartz 25
15 115 Maximus Vohland 24
16 45 Pierce Brown 23
17 39 Carson Mumford 20
18 67 Stilez Robertson 14
19 241 Joshua Varize 12
20 150 Seth Hammaker 10
21 75 Ty Masterpool 10
22 26 Alex Martin 7
23 31 Cameron Mcadoo 6
24 73 Derek Kelley 5
25 220 Ramyller Alves 3
26 667 Jesse Flock 3
27 604 Max Miller 3
28 33 Derek Drake 2
29 77 Jerry Robin 0
30 726 Gared Steinke 0
31 158 Tre Fierro 0
32 874 Zack Williams 0
33 432 Kaeden Amerine 0
34 310 Kai Aiello 0
35 995 Christopher Prebula 0
36 554 Wade Brommel 0
37 778 James Harrington 0
38 742 TJ Uselman 0
39 195 Blake Ashley 0
40 901 Brayden Lessler 0
41 352 Bronson McClure 0
42 124 Lane Shaw 0
43 162 Maxwell Sanford 0
44 112 Xylian Ramella 0
45 286 Brandon Sussman 0
46 841 Jeffrey Walker 0
47 299 Konnor Visger 0
48 165 Jorge Rubalcava 0
49 198 Cole Bailey 0
50 959 Max Groom 0
51 819 Blake Hoag 0
52 159 Tyson Johnson 0
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