2022 HIGH POINT NATIONAL // 450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

2022 HIGH POINT NATIONAL // 450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

The premier class has arrived to High Point Raceway for the fourth round of the 2022 Pro Motocross season. As the season stands, Chase Sexton is still currently in the lead with his impressive starts and podium finishes. While the number 23 holds onto the red plate, there have been plenty of riders who have been challenging the Honda rider such as Jason Anderson, Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Christian Craig, and more. So who do you think will master the very technical High Point track? Find out down below as we report all the action LIVE from High Point.

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450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

Ryan Dungey grabbed the holeshot but the points leader Chase Sexton raced in second place. Ken Roczen and Chase raced side-by-side while trying to catch up to Ryan Dungey. While the top 3 were flying all over the track, Jason Anderson had caught up to Chase while Ken made the pass on Ryan. After 5 minutes, Jason made the pass for third place after getting around Ryan Dungey. Eli Tomac took out two bird with one stone, passing Ryan and Jason for third. At the 20 minute mark, the battle for first became a three way battle as Ken led the pack with his teammate on his six and Eli Tomac inching closer and closer.

Chase Sexton would take the lead after five minutes of constant passing attempts but a bobble right in front of the mechanics area would allow Kenny to take his position back. Another mistake a few turns later would allow Eli Tomac to also pass the 23. But just out of ear shot was none other than Ryan Dungey who entered the fight for third. Eli Tomac exploded past Ken after grabbing a handful of throttle for the lead with 12 minutes remaining.

With only a few minutes left in the race, Ken Roczen made a mistake letting both Chase Sexton and eventually Ryan Dungey by. Eli Tomac would take the win and Ken Roczen would pass Ryan Dungey for third on the final turn.

POS. # RIDER Finishes M1 / M2
1 3 Eli Tomac 2 1
2 23 Chase Sexton 1 2
3 21 Jason Anderson 3 5
4 94 Ken Roczen 7 3
5 5 Ryan Dungey 6 4
6 51 Justin Barcia 4 7
7 17 Joseph Savatgy 5 8
8 28 Christian Craig 8 6
9 35 Garrett Marchbanks 10 10
10 12 Shane McElrath 13 9
11 41 Brandon Hartranft 12 12
12 73 Benny Bloss 11 13
13 7 Aaron Plessinger 9 15
14 26 Alex Martin 15 11
15 285 Marshal Weltin 16 14
16 55 Justin Rodbell 14 18
17 129 Henry Miller 19 16
18 82 Chris Canning 20 17
19 93 Tyler Stepek 17 20
20 437 Vincent Luhovey 18 22
21 65 Grant Harlan 21 19
22 63 Jeremy Hand 22 23
23 309 Jeremy Smith 23 24
24 140 Cullin Park 27 21
25 841 Jeffrey Walker 25 27
26 97 Jerry Robin 28 25
27 489 Ricci Randanella 26 29
28 57 Kevin Moranz 30 26
29 483 Bryton Carroll 29 31
30 279 Timothy Crosby 32 30
31 837 Bryson Gardner 24 38
32 746 Trevor Schmidt 31 32
33 148 Bryce Hansen 36 28
34 522 Rob Windt 34 33
35 820 Matthew Burkeen 38 34
36 391 Rody Schroyer 37 35
37 420 Jackson Gray 35 37
38 637 Robert Piazza 33 40
39 496 Dylan Kirchner 39 36
40 222 Antonio Cairoli 40 39
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450 MOTO 1 RACE RESULTS

Chase Sexton would grab the holeshot with Jason Anderson on his tail. Justin Barcia got a really good start as well sitting in third place with Joey Savatgy in third, Tony Cairoli in fourth, and Christian Craig in fifth. Christian Craig would make his way around Tony and Jason Anderson would make a mistake falling all the way back to fourth. Tomac entered the picture as Jason focused on catching up to Justin Barcia. Eventually, the four way battle would find themselves all in the same corner and Jason would sneak by Justin Barcia for the third place position. Eli later made the pass on Justin a minute later and started to close the gap on Joey.

Christian Craig and Antonio Cairoli traded paint in the infamous wall turn with Christian escaping unscathed and Tony laying on the ground. Eli made the pass on Joey at the 16 minute mark as Chase Sexton’s lead in the race grew to a staggering 9 and a half seconds. Eli eventually squeezed into second place after Jason Anderson made a mistake falling back to fourth. With eight minutes left, Chase’s lead has grown to over 15 seconds.

Jason Anderson rejoined the top 3 and pretty soon would be racing Eli Tomac. Back in sixth and seventh, Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey battled as the two caught up to fifth and fourth. At this point it became pretty ridiculous how many riders were in the same corner. With lappers playing a factor and a four-way-battle going on, tension rose as the riders rode on the edge.

POS. # RIDER INTERVAL
1 23 Chase Sexton 17 Laps
2 3 Eli Tomac +11.652
3 21 Jason Anderson +23.739
4 51 Justin Barcia +28.965
5 17 Joseph Savatgy +31.576
6 5 Ryan Dungey +31.962
7 94 Ken Roczen +32.155
8 28 Christian Craig +44.614
9 7 Aaron Plessinger +1:07.482
10 35 Garrett Marchbanks +1:13.869
11 73 Benny Bloss +1:42.654
12 41 Brandon Hartranft +1:53.141
13 12 Shane McElrath +1:54.328
14 55 Justin Rodbell +1:56.977
15 26 Alex Martin +2:00.227
16 285 Marshal Weltin +2:06.994
17 93 Tyler Stepek 16 Laps
18 437 Vincent Luhovey +22.399
19 129 Henry Miller +34.094
20 82 Chris Canning +37.638
21 65 Grant Harlan +38.921
22 63 Jeremy Hand +42.374
23 309 Jeremy Smith +47.661
24 837 Bryson Gardner +1:03.964
25 841 Jeffrey Walker +1:12.196
26 489 Ricci Randanella +1:18.889
27 140 Cullin Park +1:23.202
28 97 Jerry Robin +1:27.496
29 483 Bryton Carroll +1:30.048
30 57 Kevin Moranz +1:45.978
31 746 Trevor Schmidt +1:46.250
32 279 Timothy Crosby +2:10.349
33 637 Robert Piazza +2:15.176
34 522 Rob Windt +2:16.504
35 420 Jackson Gray 15 Laps
36 148 Bryce Hansen +04.386
37 391 Rody Schroyer +1:28.892
38 820 Matthew Burkeen 14 Laps
39 496 Dylan Kirchner 9 Laps
40 222 Antonio Cairoli 6 Laps

 

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