2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 3 OF 17)

2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 3 OF 17)

The 2023 Monster Energy Supercross season has already clicked off three Rounds and the Anaheim 2 Supercross was another night of epic racing. The Triple Crown formatted race came at the perfect time in our schedule after Jett Lawrence and Eli Tomac both won the first two rounds. Consistency is key in the triple crown racing and the unique track layout of Anaheim 2 also created more close racing and opportunities for creative passes.

Scroll below to see the 2023 Supercross season point standings after Round 3 of 17, presented by Thor Mx.

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450 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 3 OF 17)

Chase Sexton grabs the win at Anaheim 2, closing the points gap on Eli Tomac to just 4-points.

POS. # NAME POINTS
1 1 Eli Tomac 69
2 23 Chase Sexton 65
3 2 Cooper Webb 65
4 94 Ken Roczen 58
5 21 Jason Anderson 55
6 14 Dylan Ferrandis 54
7 51 Justin Barcia 48
8 7 Aaron Plessinger 45
9 9 Adam Cianciarulo 43
10 45 Colt Nichols 39
11 17 Joey Savatgy 39
12 28 Christian Craig 34
13 15 Dean Wilson 28
14 46 Justin Hill 27
15 27 Malcolm Stewart 15
16 47 Fredrik Noren 14
17 12 Shane McElrath 14
18 11 Kyle Chisholm 12
19 25 Marvin Musquin 11
20 60 Justin Starling 11
21 519 Joshua Cartwright 7
22 78 Grant Harlan 6
23 751 Josh Hill 5
24 44 Benny Bloss 5
25 80 Kevin Moranz 4
26 68 Cade Clason 3
27 140 Alex Ray 2
28 73 John Short 2

Eli remains in charge of the points lead despite having a pretty scary crash in the last Main Event.

Cooper Webb is also now tied with Chase Sexton. The championship has gotten closer.

Ken Roczen sits fourth in the championship, only three points ahead of Jason Anderson.

Jason Anderson, Eli Tomac, and Chase Sexton were repping Ken Block inspired gear that Alpinestars created. Pretty cool.


250 WEST COAST POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 3 OF 9)

Jett Lawrence retains the red plate and extends his points lead.

Triple Crown format racing always makes for an exciting battle and once again, there were countless crashes in the 250 class. It was heart breaking to see so many riders take such hard diggers, but it certainly shook things up on the results sheet. Rj Hampshire won the first Main, but crashed hard in second one and struggled in the final one. Cameron McAdoo, riding beat up from his qualifying crash, had some tip overs and salvaged his night. Pierce Brown had crashes, Enzo Lopes had crashes, Max Vohland had crashes, Jett Lawrence had crashes, Phil Nicoletti crashed on the last lap of the third main and, yes, even more than that hit the dirt.

In the end, Jett Lawrence’s 3-6-1 scores weren’t enough to get the win over Levi Kitchen’s 4-2-2, but he still extended his points lead over McAdoo and Hampshire.

POS. # NAME POINTS
1 18 Jett Lawrence 75
2 48 Cameron Mcadoo 59
3 24 Rj Hampshire 58
4 49 Mitchell Oldenburg 54
5 40 Stilez Robertson 52
6 56 Enzo Lopes 46
7 43 Levi Kitchen 44
8 69 Phillip Nicoletti 44
9 41 Derek Kelley 43
10 79 Dylan Walsh 37
11 34 Max Vohland 36
12 33 Pierce Brown 33
13 83 Cole Thompson 32
14 111 Anthony Rodriguez 28
15 508 Hunter Yoder 23
16 59 Robbie Wageman 18
17 42 Joshua Varize 13
18 93 Jerry Robin 12
19 85 Dilan Schwartz 12
20 53 Derek Drake 11
21 162 Maxwell Sanford 7
22 76 Dominique Thury 7
23 84 Mitchell Harrison 7
24 102 Wilson Todd 6
25 98 Geran Stapleton 5
26 702 Hunter Cross 4
27 410 Brandon Scharer 4
28 604 Max Miller 3
29 260 Dylan Woodcock 3
30 173 Hunter Schlosser 2
31 388 Brandon Ray 1
32 55 Austin Forkner 1

Even after having a scary get-off through the whoops during the first qualifying session, Cameron McAdoo didn’t give up, lining up for the second qualifying session and the Mains. 

And still after finishing in the 6th overall position, Cameron remains in second place in the championship.

Rj was looking to be a serious contender through the night but a crash in the second moto would counteract the progress gained by winning the first Main. 

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