2022 HANGTOWN MX NATIONAL // 450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS
2022 HANGTOWN MX NATIONAL // 450 RACE RESULTS
The Lucas Oil AMA Motocross National Championship moves North to the Hangtown motocross track for the second round of the National MX series. The weather was much cooler and overcast than the normal hot weather Rancho Cardovo generally has this time of year.
In the 450 MX class, the factory Honda riders of Chase Sexton and Ken Roczen came out swinging with a 1-2 in the first round at Fox Raceway. In qualifying in the 450 class at Hangtown, the factory Kawasaki rider Jason Anderson set the fastest lap and Tomac also looked great. The question is will these guys be able to challenge the factory Honda riders at round 2.
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450 OVERALL RESULTS // HANGTOWN
It was Cairoli with the holeshot however Roczen got by him right away. Sexton moved past him fast as well with Tomac fourth, Anderson fifth and Dungey sixth.
Sexton started putting pressure on his teammate Roczen for the lead. Craig got past Dungey for sixth.
Chase Sexton made the pass on Roczen on the fourth lap. Tomac started to close the gap on Roczen with Anderson in tow. On the sixth lap Tomac passed Roczen for second.
On lap nine Tomac made his way into the lead past Sexton.
Anderson made the pass on Roczen on the tenth lap, although he was 7 seconds behind Sexton for second, however, his 1-3 score would give him the overall.
Eli Tomac won the second moto but the factory Kawasaki rider got his first 450 National wins with a 1-3.
450 MOTO 1 RESULTS // HANGTOWN
Chase Sexton and Jason Anderson were one and two on the opening lap with Roczen in third, Plessinger fourth, Tomac fifth and Dungey sixth. Plessinger went down which pushed him down to 10th.
Craig made his way past Dungey for fifth with Tony Cairoli in sixth.
After the 15-minute mark, Anderson started to make a charge on the leader Sexton.
On the 13th lap Anderson made the pass into the lead past Chase Sexton and then started to pull away.
After a few laps, Sexton started to gain some speed and caught back up to Anderson with less than a second difference with only 2 laps to go.
What a great battle to the finish! Anderson wins by only 0.390 seconds over Sexton. These two beat out Roczen by 29 seconds. Tomac with fourth, Craig fifth Dungey sixth and Cairoli seventh.
|1||21||Jason Anderson||16 Laps|
|15||41||Brandon Hartranft||15 Laps|
|33||746||Trevor Schmidt||14 Laps|
|37||19||Justin Bogle||13 Laps|
|38||170||Keylan Meston||8 Laps|
|39||84||Scott Meshey||2 Laps|