2022 UNADILLA NATIONAL // 250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

2022 UNADILLA NATIONAL // 250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

We’re on the ninth round of the 2022 Pro Motocross season and it’s time for some racing at Unadilla. In the morning, Jett Lawrence set an exceptionally fast lap time that not even the 450s could compete with. In the points, Jett remains to be dominant while his brother Hunter and Jo Shimoda battle to keep up. So who do you think will take the dub at Unadilla? Will there be a new overall winner this round? Find out down below to see who takes the moto wins at Unadilla.

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250 MOTO 2 RACE RESULTS

Justin Cooper grabbed the holeshot with Jett Lawrence and Cameron McAdoo in second and third. Several turns later, Hunter Lawrence made the pass on Cameron McAdoo for third place. With 18 minutes remaining, Hunter Lawrence appeared to suffer a mechanical issue with the bike, looking down on his bike allowing the Pro Circuit teammates Cameron McAdoo and Jo Shimoda to catch up. But just like the first moto, Jett Lawrence crashed once again high siding in a turn and dropped to fifth place. Unadilla also known as mistake city wasn’t done yet as Jo Shimoda was found picking up his bike back in fifth place.

With nine minutes left, Jett made the pass on Cameron for second. On the last few laps of the race, the Pro Circuit guys were back at it again battling each other.

POS. # RIDER Moto Finishes
1 30 Jo Shimoda 1 3
2 32 Justin Cooper 5 1
3 96 Hunter Lawrence 2 5
4 1 Jett Lawrence 7 2
5 24 RJ Hampshire 3 8
6 36 Maximus Vohland 6 6
7 411 Nicholas Romano 4 9
8 48 Cameron Mcadoo 11 4
9 49 Nathanael Thrasher 10 7
10 44 Pierce Brown 9 10
11 31 Jalek Swoll 12 11
12 74 Derek Kelley 13 12
13 38 Joshua Varize 16 13
14 68 Preston Kilroy 15 14
15 523 Ryder DiFrancesco 8 37
16 331 Derek Drake 14 16
17 226 Jorgen Talviku 17 17
18 777 James Harrington 23 15
19 174 Luca Marsalisi 22 18
20 388 Brandon Ray 18 39
21 874 Zack Williams 28 19
22 432 Kaeden Amerine 19 36
23 337 Slade Smith 29 20
24 93 Tyler Stepek 20 38
25 40 Dilan Schwartz 21 25
26 351 Jack Rogers 26 21
27 746 Trevor Schmidt 25 22
28 435 Marcus Phelps 24 24
29 604 Max Miller 30 23
30 172 Tommy Rios 27 31
31 220 Cole Harkins 33 27
32 544 Noah Willbrandt 34 28
33 376 Thomas Welch 36 29
34 962 Joseph Tait 31 34
35 159 Tyson Johnson 40 26
36 701 Jake Pinhancos 32 35
37 361 Chase Yentzer 39 40
38 162 Maxwell Sanford 30
39 944 Derek Leatherman 32
40 375 Lawrence Fortin III 33
41 242 Garrett Hoffman 35
42 47 Seth Hammaker 37
43 43 Carson Mumford 38

250 MOTO 1 RACE RESULTS

The Star Yamaha teammates Nick Romano and Justin Cooper took off across the holeshot line first with the 250 field in tow. Justin Cooper would make short work of his rookie teammate, gaining first place with Jo Shimoda following his lead. Ryder DiFrancesco got a good start as well chasing behind Seth Hammaker until the points leader Jett Lawrence would make the pass for fourth place. Justin Cooper made a mistake losing several positions in the race. Jett Lawrence and Nick Romano would have a pretty exciting battle with two duking it out for multiple laps side-by-side ending with Jett Lawrence getting caught up in breaking bumps in a rut. Now Jett sat back in sixth place behind his brother Hunter.

At 16 minutes, Jo continued to lead the race with the rookie Nick Romano in second and Seth Hammaker in third. Four minutes later, Rj Hampshire would make a dicey pass on Jett Lawrence trading some paint in the action. Except a few turns later, Jett would pull his comeback making an aggressive pass on Rj and get around Hammaker in a turn and the following jump. With 10 minutes remaining, Seth Hammaker ran out of steam, losing his fifth place position to both Rj Hampshire and Ryder DiFrancesco in the same corner.

Nick Romano continued to race in second but the Lawrence duo would introduce themselves in the race. However, the mistakes wouldn’t stop with Jett Lawrence as he washed the front end out and was flung from his bike. Seth Hammaker had a huge crash getting buck wild over a table top and OTB. Meanwhile, someone knocked one of the large hard plastic track markers in the middle of the track and it remained there for the rest of the race. Jo would go on to win the first moto with little effort.

POS. # RIDER INTERVAL
1 30 Jo Shimoda 15 Laps
2 96 Hunter Lawrence +07.840
3 24 RJ Hampshire +16.147
4 411 Nicholas Romano +18.479
5 32 Justin Cooper +21.654
6 36 Maximus Vohland +23.445
7 1 Jett Lawrence +23.868
8 523 Ryder DiFrancesco +38.361
9 44 Pierce Brown +56.618
10 49 Nathanael Thrasher +58.004
11 48 Cameron Mcadoo +1:04.301
12 31 Jalek Swoll +1:10.392
13 74 Derek Kelley +1:11.205
14 331 Derek Drake +1:21.238
15 68 Preston Kilroy +1:28.737
16 38 Joshua Varize +1:38.498
17 226 Jorgen Talviku +1:59.667
18 388 Brandon Ray +2:09.169
19 432 Kaeden Amerine +2:11.207
20 93 Tyler Stepek +2:15.439
21 40 Dilan Schwartz +2:17.235
22 174 Luca Marsalisi +2:17.523
23 777 James Harrington +2:23.943
24 435 Marcus Phelps 14 Laps
25 746 Trevor Schmidt +01.449
26 351 Jack Rogers +03.816
27 172 Tommy Rios +05.410
28 874 Zack Williams +07.858
29 337 Slade Smith +13.006
30 604 Max Miller +40.648
31 962 Joseph Tait +44.942
32 701 Jake Pinhancos +51.534
33 220 Cole Harkins +59.392
34 544 Noah Willbrandt +1:40.358
35 242 Garrett Hoffman 13 Laps
36 376 Thomas Welch 12 Laps
37 47 Seth Hammaker 11 Laps
38 43 Carson Mumford 7 Laps
39 361 Chase Yentzer 5 Laps
40 159 Tyson Johnson 2 Laps

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