2022 IRONMAN NATIONAL // 250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

2022 IRONMAN NATIONAL // 250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

We’ve arrived to Ironman Raceway for the second to last round of the 2022 Pro Motocross season. As the series is soon to wrap up, Jo Shimoda, Hunter Lawrence, and Justin Cooper are desperately running out of time to catch up to the leader Jett Lawrence. While Jett hasn’t had the greatest success at the past two rounds, he still has a massive points lead in the standings and we wonder if he may be able to clinch the title at Ironman. We will have to find out when the gate drops and the 250 class battles for the overall. Also, a handful of riders are making their pro debut including Haiden Deegan, Gavin Towers, and several other riders who are returning from Lorettas.

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250 MOTO 2 RACE RESULTS

Justin Cooper added another holeshot to his career and Haiden Deegan’s debut ride would continue to be a struggle, crashing in the second turn with Slade Smith. Jo Shimoda took the lead within the first lap and the points leader Jett Lawrence sat all the way back in 12th. Seth Hammaker who racing in sixth would also go down. Halfway through the race, not much would happen except Jett had already crept up into the front of the pack. By the 10 minute mark, he was already in third.

With five minutes left, Rj Hampshire moved up into fifth place past Nate Thrasher. With a minute and two laps left, Rj had made the move past Justin Cooper for fourth. Jo Shimoda would go on to grab another moto win.

POS. # RIDER MOTO FINISHES
1 1 Jett Lawrence 1 3
2 30 Jo Shimoda 5 1
3 96 Hunter Lawrence 3 2
4 24 RJ Hampshire 2 4
5 49 Nathanael Thrasher 4 6
6 32 Justin Cooper 6 5
7 36 Maximus Vohland 7 7
8 31 Jalek Swoll 11 8
9 48 Cameron Mcadoo 10 9
10 47 Seth Hammaker 12 10
11 109 Guillem Farres 9 16
12 59 Levi Kitchen 8 38
13 68 Preston Kilroy 18 13
14 523 Ryder DiFrancesco 17 14
15 226 Jorgen Talviku 16 15
16 74 Derek Kelley 38 11
17 38 Joshua Varize 39 12
18 44 Pierce Brown 13 39
19 29 Michael Mosiman 14
20 43 Carson Mumford 15 37
21 329 Matthew Leblanc 20 17
22 350 Chandler Baker 25 18
23 874 Zack Williams 23 19
24 331 Derek Drake 19 27
25 435 Marcus Phelps 22 21
26 40 Dilan Schwartz 35 20
27 339 Talon Hawkins 21 29
28 296 Ryder Floyd 31 26
29 162 Maxwell Sanford 29 28
30 159 Tyson Johnson 24 33
31 438 Haiden Deegan 34 24
32 702 Hunter Cross 37 25
33 89 Lane Shaw 32 30
34 388 Brandon Ray 27 35
35 995 Christopher Prebula 26 36
36 174 Luca Marsalisi 40 23
37 544 Noah Willbrandt 33 31
38 881 Gerald Lorenz III 30 34
39 337 Slade Smith 28 40
40 604 Max Miller 22
41 239 Bryson Raymond 32
42 532 Gavin Towers 36

250 MOTO 1 RACE RESULTS

Nate Thrasher grabbed the holeshot while his teammate who’s typically grabbing the holeshot, Justin Cooper would bump and bar bang in the back. Michael Mosiman had a get off in a corner and would get back to his bike. Max Vohland found his groove in the race, passing Rj Hampshire for second place. Jett Lawrence who didn’t get the greatest start snaked his way up to fourth place after two laps. Similar to Jett, Justin Cooper also made an impressive comeback racing to fifth place.

Max Vohland showed up to Ironman with some spunk as he soon closed the gap on the leader Nate Thrasher. But while Max was closing space on Nate, both Jett Lawrence and Rj had done the same on the KTM rider. Jett would eventually make the pass on Max with 17 minutes left in the race. A lap later, Rj would also make the pass on Max, moving up to fourth place. After moving up to second, Jett set his eyes on Nate Thrasher. With 13 minutes left, Jett executed the pass and would take the lead, setting a two second gap half a lap later.

Eventually, Max Vohland’s impressive race pace would slowly die out and pretty soon Justin Cooper, Hunter Lawrence, and Jo Shimoda would make their passes. With 7 minutes left in the race, Hunter Lawrence was knocking on Justin Cooper’s door. And in one fell swoop, both Hunter and Jo would make the pass on Justin in one corner.

*UPDATE* Hunter Lawrence and Justin Cooper have received a penalty after jumping with safety flags and the lights on. Now the only rider in possible contention of catching up to Jett Lawrence in the championship is Jo Shimoda

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With three laps left, Jo would make an unfortunate tumble in a turn while battling with Hunter Lawrence. A lap later, Hunter Lawrence would make the pass on Nate and Star Yamaha’s Haiden Deegan would have a crash while racing in 11th place. With two laps left, Michael Mosiman who was in dead last in the first lap would now be found in 14th. Jett would go on to win yet another moto.

POS. # RIDER
1 1 Jett Lawrence
2 24 RJ Hampshire
3 96 Hunter Lawrence
4 49 Nathanael Thrasher
5 30 Jo Shimoda
6 32 Justin Cooper
7 36 Maximus Vohland
8 59 Levi Kitchen
9 109 Guillem Farres
10 48 Cameron Mcadoo
11 31 Jalek Swoll
12 47 Seth Hammaker
13 44 Pierce Brown
14 29 Michael Mosiman
15 43 Carson Mumford
16 226 Jorgen Talviku
17 523 Ryder DiFrancesco
18 68 Preston Kilroy
19 331 Derek Drake
20 329 Matthew Leblanc
21 339 Talon Hawkins
22 435 Marcus Phelps
23 874 Zack Williams
24 159 Tyson Johnson
25 350 Chandler Baker
26 995 Christopher Prebula
27 388 Brandon Ray
28 337 Slade Smith
29 162 Maxwell Sanford
30 881 Gerald Lorenz III
31 296 Ryder Floyd
32 89 Lane Shaw
33 544 Noah Willbrandt
34 438 Haiden Deegan
35 40 Dilan Schwartz
36 532 Gavin Towers
37 702 Hunter Cross
38 74 Derek Kelley
39 38 Joshua Varize
40 174 Luca Marsalisi

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