2021 SPRING CREEK NATIONAL PRE-RACE REPORT: INJURED LIST, TV SCHEDULE & MORE
2021 MILLVILLE NATIONAL PRE-RACE REPORT: INJURED LIST, TV SCHEDULE & MORE
The 2021 Pro Motocross season makes its way to Spring Creek MX for the 6th round of the series. The highly anticipated 450 class has been nothing short of exciting as each and every race, we witness amazing battles throughout the entire top 10. Dylan Ferrandis holds down the premier class with the points lead as fellow competitor Ken Roczen chases in second. In the 250 class, it’s Jett Lawrence who remains in the lead but after a rocky 2nd moto at Southwick, Justin Cooper has closed the gap in the points. Scroll down below to find out what you need to know for the upcoming race at Spring Creek.
DYLAN FERRANDIS ENTERS ROUND 6 WITH A 19-POINT LEAD
It’s safe to say that Dylan sure has this whole 450 thing down.
I think it comes as a surprise to many that Dylan Ferrandis’s speed on the 450 is undoubtedly insane. Not only is the skill there, but to keep pushing the entire race and to have the fitness is extremely impressive. When we saw Ken Roczen race in the opening rounds, we were equally shocked to see the level of fitness that he had progressed from since Supercross. But now after watching Dylan Ferrandis turn the heat on high, we might be just a little more impressed with the Frenchman.
JUSTIN COOPER IS ONLY THREE POINTS BEHIND IN THE 250 CLASS
It was only a matter of time before a Star Yamaha rider caught up to the front of the pack.
Jett Lawrence’s run so far in the year has been very impressive, having multiple cases where the young rider was sent back in the pack only to make an insane comeback, landing on the podium. However, it seemed that the magic just wasn’t there at Southwick as a rough second moto would be the downfall of his day. This allowed Justin Cooper to close the points gap to only three points and with little more than half a season left, things are starting to heat up amongst the lites.
ZACH OSBORNE | INJURED BACK
JASON ANDERSON | BROKEN HAND
A bad get-off in practice would result in a broken hand. It is uncertain when he will be back.
CAMERON MCADOO | FRACTURED TIBIA
The 31 of Cameron McAdoo was decommissioned after a very unfortunate crash during the second moto at Fox Raceway, fracturing the top of his tibia and pulling his ACL. Cameron has already begun the surgery and healing process and we’re hoping to see him back on the track.
2021 SOUTHWICK TV SCHEDULE
The first motos will be shown LIVE on MavTV, the second 450 moto will be shown on NBC live but the second 250 moto will be delayed on NBC Sports Network at 6:00 PM Pacific.
450 MOTO 1 – 10:00 AM Pacific, 1:00 PM Eastern – MAVTV & Peacock
250 MOTO 1 – 11:00 AM Pacific, 2:00 PM Eastern – MAVTV & Peacock
450 MOTO 2 – 12:00 AM Pacific, 3:00 PM Eastern – NBC & Peacock
250 MOTO 2 – 1:00 PM Pacific, 4:00 PM Eastern – Peacock
SAME DAY DELAY* 250 MOTO 2 – 6:00 PM Pacific, 9:00 PM Eastern – NBCSN
The famous national track is owned by a family you may have heard of. Spring Creek MX is the home for both Alex and Jeremy Martin as mom and dad own the residence. The massive downhill section is even named after the family, Mt. Martin.
MILLVILLE WHOOP MONSTER
You might have heard of bigfoot but have you heard of the Millville Whoop Monster? Typically sporting a MacGyver-ed chainsaw air horn combo, the Whoop Monster is notorious for standing right next to the sand whoop section creating a commotion.
ONBOARD ADAM CIANCIARULO’S GO PRO BACK IN 2020
2021 450 NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 5 OF 12)
Dylan is really fast and his ability to make way through the pack is quite remarkable.
2021 250 NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 5 OF 12)
Jett may be in the lead but rival Justin Cooper is close behind, only three points away.