2022 MILLVILLE NATIONAL // 450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS
2022 SPRING CREEK NATIONAL // 450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS
We’ve arrived at Spring Creek for the seventh round of the Pro Motocross season. If you’re following the sport closely, you’ll know that the season has turned into a battle of inches, not miles between Chase Sexton and Eli Tomac. Only a single point separates the two 450 championship contenders while the rest of the top 5 remains to be incredibly entertaining. Scroll down below to find out where the riders place when the checkered flag flies.
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450 MOTO 2 RACE RESULTS
Joey Savatgy led the 450 field across the holeshot line but a few turns later, Chase Sexton would take the lead with teammate Ken Roczen in second. Eli Tomac also made his way around the Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Joey Savatgy. However, Eli was on a mission making his way around Ken Roczen for second, and eventually Chase Sexton for the lead after the two drag raced up the start straight. However, Eli wouldn’t be the only Star Yamaha rider to enter the mix as Christian Craig would make the pass on Ken Roczen for third place after 12 minutes. A lap later, Jason Anderson would also make the pass on Ken Roczen.
While Ken struggled in the second moto, the issues would only continue as Ken would go down in the same place as Joey Savatgy did in the first moto. With a minute and a half plus two laps left, Chase closed the gap on Eli and Max Anstie went down hard on one of the hills. Eli would go 1-1 and take the overall.
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450 MOTO 1 RACE RESULTS
Joey Savatgy grabbed the holeshot with both Chase Sexton and Eli Tomac running side-by-side across the holeshot line. After the second turn, Eli was already in the lead and Ryan Dungey made his way around the 23 of Chase Sexton. Chase would eventually catch back up fairly quickly, getting around Ryan Dungey and Savatgy would go down in front of Chase. Ken Roczen would crash in a bizarre spot but would have to wait for the competition to go by as he faced backwards on the course and on the backside of an uphill roller.
Joey Savatgy would go down and get stuck under his bike around the 16 and a half minute mark. Chase Sexton would literally send it down one of the hills and catch the leader for the first place position. However, Chase Sexton would go down and lose the lead to Tomac with seven minutes remaining. Eli would win his sixth race in a row.
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