2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 4 OF 17)

2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 4 OF 17)

Houston Supercross is wrapped and with it came intense battles in both classes. The 450 was exciting as ever and with the introduction of the 250 East Coast class, we were definitely excited to witness the fresh roster of 250 athletes both young and old. As the championship stood before Houston, Eli Tomac remained on to the red plate despite a scary get-off at Anaheim 2. However, that crash didn’t come without consequences as the gap for the lead shrunk helping both Chase Sexton and Cooper Webb. Scroll down below to get a brief synopsis of what went down at Houston and be sure to check out our Race Results for all the details of the races.

Scroll below to see the 2023 Supercross season point standings after Round 4 of 17, presented by Thor Mx.

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Photos by Brian Converse

450 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 4 OF 17)

The 450 Main started off intense but a red flag would restart the battle.

As the race commenced, the battle for first was extremely exciting with Tomac leading the field and Aaron Plessinger hanging in second.  That would all change when Dylan Ferrandis would have a huge crash at the end of the whoops, running into the rear end of Ken Roczen and hitting his head on the ground. Dylan Would leave with a neck brace but was fortunately able to stand and walk to the medic mule.

The race commenced once again with Eli in the lead and it would stay that way for the remainder of the night. Chase Sexton was the only one capable of keeping up but the sand would hold him back.

Eli would go on to win another Main Event and extend the championship lead even further.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 1 Eli Tomac 95
2 23 Chase Sexton 88
3 2 Cooper Webb 83
4 21 Jason Anderson 76
5 94 Ken Roczen 73
6 51 Justin Barcia 65
7 7 Aaron Plessinger 64
8 14 Dylan Ferrandis 56
9 9 Adam Cianciarulo 56
10 17 Joey Savatgy 53
11 45 Colt Nichols 49
12 28 Christian Craig 46
13 15 Dean Wilson 39
14 46 Justin Hill 30
15 12 Shane McElrath 22
16 60 Justin Starling 18
17 32 Justin Cooper 16
18 27 Malcolm Stewart 15
19 47 Fredrik Noren 14
20 80 Kevin Moranz 13
21 11 Kyle Chisholm 12
22 25 Marvin Musquin 11
23 519 Joshua Cartwright 11
24 68 Cade Clason 9
25 73 John Short 7
26 78 Grant Harlan 6
27 44 Benny Bloss 6
28 751 Josh Hill 5
29 140 Alex Ray 2

Chase’s Achilles’ heel was the sand section, where Eli thrived.

We’re hoping Dylan Ferrandis is alright.


250 EAST CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 1 OF 10)

Hunter Lawrence would go on to win the first Main Event of the East Coast championship after freight training through a handful of tuff blocks. After that event, it didn’t take long for him to make his way to first. As uninteresting as Hunter’s race became, that certainly was not the same with the entire 250 field behind him.

Crashes left and right would result with Max Anstie finishing in second and Jordon Smith redeeming an impressive third place after playing in the sand. And did we forget to mention who finished in fourth? Oh yeah that would be Haiden Deegan, who just a week ago was racing in the futures class.

In fact, the rookies who did race this weekend rode incredibly impressive with Chance Hymas finishing in eigth, Talon Hawkins in eleventh, and Tom Vialle nearly running away with a podium had it not been for a mistake, landing him in seventh.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 96 Hunter Lawrence 26
2 63 Max Anstie 23
3 58 Jordon Smith 21
4 238 Haiden Deegan 19
5 6 Jeremy Martin 18
6 31 Michael Mosiman 17
7 128 Tom Vialle 16
8 832 Chance Hymas 15
9 67 Cullin Park 14
10 57 Chris Blose 13
11 339 Talon Hawkins 12
12 285 Coty Schock 11
13 66 Henry Miller 10
14 62 Jace Owen 9
15 29 Nate Thrasher 8
16 99 Hardy Munoz 7
17 247 Brock Papi 6
18 91 Jeremy Hand 5
19 460 Michael Hicks 4
20 125 Luke Neese 3
21 170 Devin Simonson 2
22 330 A J Catanzaro 1

Talk about making a first impression, Haiden finished the night in fourth place.

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