2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 13 OF 17)

2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 13 OF 17)

The 13th round of the Supercross season is upon us and thankfully for us and the fans, things are still somewhat interesting, well at least in the 450 class. At Glendale, both Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb were tied for the points but only Eli would leave Arizona with the red plate in hand after Cooper Webb finished back in fourth. It’s been a week since we’ve seen the 250 East Class but Hunter Lawrence still reigns supreme amongst the lights. However, the battle for second and third in the championship is surprisingly close so there’s still plenty of action to look forward to.

So will Eli Tomac extend the lead even more or will Cooper Webb or even Chase Sexton close the gap in the points? Find out down below.

Photos by Brian Converse

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450 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 13 OF 17)


Eli Tomac still leads the championship but it certainly didn’t help to finish behind both of the title contenders, Cooper Webb and Chase Sexton. Finishing in fifth wasn’t a massive blow to the points, but we’ve seen it before where small incremental increases in the points can pay off over time. Will this be the fuel in the fire for Chase Sexton?

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 1 Eli Tomac 292
2 2 Cooper Webb 286
3 23 Chase Sexton 275
4 51 Justin Barcia 239
5 94 Ken Roczen 238
6 21 Jason Anderson 214
7 7 Aaron Plessinger 213
8 9 Adam Cianciarulo 155
9 28 Christian Craig 150
10 46 Justin Hill 140
11 15 Dean Wilson 136
12 45 Colt Nichols 113
13 751 Josh Hill 98
14 12 Shane McElrath 97
15 17 Joey Savatgy 85
16 32 Justin Cooper 76
17 44 Benny Bloss 76
18 11 Kyle Chisholm 64
19 78 Grant Harlan 58
20 14 Dylan Ferrandis 56
21 80 Kevin Moranz 54
22 47 Fredrik Noren 51
23 519 Joshua Cartwright 49
24 60 Justin Starling 45
25 68 Cade Clason 35
26 24 Rj Hampshire 15
27 27 Malcolm Stewart 15
28 73 John Short 12
29 25 Marvin Musquin 11
30 160 Cole Seely 7
31 219 Chase Marquier 5
32 412 Jared Lesher 3
33 111 Anthony Rodriguez 3
34 74 Logan Karnow 3
35 848 Joan Cros 2
36 140 Alex Ray 2

Cooper Webb wasn’t exactly pumped with his fourth place finish.

250 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 7 OF 10)

Hunter Lawrence can probably just chill out for the next couple of weeks.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 96 Hunter Lawrence 177
2 238 Haiden Deegan 132
3 63 Max Anstie 122
4 29 Nate Thrasher 120
5 58 Jordon Smith 115
6 6 Jeremy Martin 111
7 57 Chris Blose 104
8 128 Tom Vialle 86
9 67 Cullin Park 81
10 285 Coty Schock 77
11 66 Henry Miller 72
12 62 Jace Owen 66
13 339 Talon Hawkins 62
14 832 Chance Hymas 60
15 91 Jeremy Hand 52
16 31 Michael Mosiman 51
17 460 Michael Hicks 47
18 243 Caden Braswell 44
19 50 Marshal Weltin 42
20 99 Hardy Munoz 32
21 247 Brock Papi 28
22 125 Luke Neese 24
23 330 A J Catanzaro 23
24 30 Jo Shimoda 19
25 602 Gage Linville 14
26 170 Devin Simonson 12
27 192 Jack Chambers 12
28 86 Josiah Natzke 10
29 300 Lane Allison 10
30 116 Tj Albright 6
31 174 Luca Marsalisi 6
32 95 Lance Kobusch 3

And who would’ve seen this coming? Haiden Deegan is second in the points in his rookie year. Unfortunately the rider we were expecting to finish well in the season, Nate Thrasher, had a big get-off but the details are unclear of what happened and if he will be healthy.

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