2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 12 OF 17)

Round 12 from Glendale is in the books.  The 2023 Monster Energy Supercross series has been one of the most exciting seasons we have seen for some time now. With Cooper Webb and Eli Tomac being so close in points makes for some exciting racing. The two factory 450 racers were tied coming into State Farm Stadium. Chase Sexton has been the fastest racer in many of the races but he hasn’t been able to put it all together.

The 250 West has been a bit boring with Jett Lawrence winning the majority of the races. He never won a Triple Crown event so we were excited to see some good racing from the 250 class in Glendale.

Here are how the series is shaping up after 12 of 17 rounds.

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450 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 12 OF 17)

The Triple Crown events are always eventful. With Cooper and Eli coming into the series tied the two went at it in the first moto but Tomac came out on top. In the second moto Webb got a bad start and Tomac was comfortable with taking second to Sexton. The third main event Tomac was dominate and won pulling out a 7 point lead over Webb.

1 1 Eli Tomac Cortez, CO 274
2 2 Cooper Webb Newport, NC 267
3 23 Chase Sexton Clermont, FL 249
4 94 Ken Roczen Clermont, FL 217
5 51 Justin Barcia Greenville, FL 216
6 21 Jason Anderson Rio Rancho, NM 212
7 7 Aaron Plessinger Hamilton, OH 196
8 28 Christian Craig Clermont, FL 150
9 9 Adam Cianciarulo New Smyrna Beach, FL 139
10 46 Justin Hill Yoncalla, OR 127
11 15 Dean Wilson Menifee, CA 121
12 45 Colt Nichols Murrieta, CA 99
13 751 Josh Hill Huntersville, NC 86
14 12 Shane McElrath Oakland, FL 86
15 17 Joey Savatgy Clermont, FL 85
16 32 Justin Cooper Tallahassee, FL 76
17 44 Benny Bloss Oak Grove, MO 66
18 14 Dylan Ferrandis Tallahassee, FL 56
19 11 Kyle Chisholm Valrico, FL 55
20 78 Grant Harlan Decatur, TX 52
21 80 Kevin Moranz Topeka, KS 47
22 519 Joshua Cartwright Fort Worth, TX 44
23 47 Fredrik Noren Indian Trail, NC 43
24 60 Justin Starling Riverview, FL 41
25 68 Cade Clason Cameron, NC 34
26 24 Rj Hampshire Minneola, FL 15
27 27 Malcolm Stewart Haines City, FL 15
28 73 John Short Pilot Point, TX 12
29 25 Marvin Musquin Corona, CA 11
30 160 Cole Seely Coeur dAlene, ID 7
31 219 Chase Marquier Newcastle, OK 5
32 111 Anthony Rodriguez Tallahasee, FL 3
33 74 Logan Karnow Amherst, OH 3
34 848 Joan Cros Manlleu, ESP 2

 

250 WEST CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 6 OF 9)

We get excited when Jett Lawrence has to race in a Triple Crown event. Neve won an overall so there was a good chance that we would see some good 250 racing rather than him walking away from the competition. In main event Jett did just that, he walked away and won. In the second main, he didn’t get the best start and wasn’t on the pace of RJ Hampshire who won, Levi Kitchen second and Lawrence third. In the third and final main event it was Levi Kitchen with the start but Jett was riding great and got in to the lead and never looked back taken the win and his first Triple Crown event overall.

POS. # NAME POINTS
1 18 Jett Lawrence 153
2 96 Hunter Lawrence 151
3 24 Rj Hampshire 127
4 29 Nate Thrasher 116
5 238 Haiden Deegan 111
6 6 Jeremy Martin 109
7 63 Max Anstie 104
8 43 Levi Kitchen 101
9 48 Cameron Mcadoo 101
10 56 Enzo Lopes 100
11 49 Mitchell Oldenburg 99
12 58 Jordon Smith 92
13 57 Chris Blose 88
14 33 Pierce Brown 86
15 128 Tom Vialle 85
16 34 Max Vohland 85
17 285 Coty Schock 72
18 83 Cole Thompson 71
19 41 Derek Kelley 70
20 67 Cullin Park 67
21 62 Jace Owen 63
22 832 Chance Hymas 60
23 40 Stilez Robertson 55
24 59 Robbie Wageman 55
25 66 Henry Miller 55
26 31 Michael Mosiman 51
27 79 Dylan Walsh 49
28 339 Talon Hawkins 47
29 508 Hunter Yoder 47
30 69 Phillip Nicoletti 44
31 53 Derek Drake 41
32 91 Jeremy Hand 41
33 111 Anthony Rodriguez 40
34 460 Michael Hicks 39
35 42 Joshua Varize 33
36 99 Hardy Munoz 32
37 84 Mitchell Harrison 32
38 243 Caden Braswell 31
39 50 Marshal Weltin 30
40 52 Carson Mumford 28
41 247 Brock Papi 28
42 85 Dilan Schwartz 22
43 93 Jerry Robin 17
44 330 A J Catanzaro 16
45 125 Luke Neese 15
46 410 Brandon Scharer 14
47 173 Hunter Schlosser 13
48 162 Maxwell Sanford 12
49 170 Devin Simonson 12
50 192 Jack Chambers 12
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