2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 8 OF 17)

2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 8 OF 17)

Daytona Supercross is wrapped up and history was made tonight as Eli Tomac earned his seventh Daytona win and becoming the third winningest rider in AMA history. Now only one race win away from James Stewart, Eli Tomac has further extended his points lead after having one of the most entertaining battles with Cooper Webb. Chase Sexton who sat five points behind, would make several mistakes through the Main Event and even get tangled with Justin Barcia who wasn’t super stoked when the checkered flag waved. Hunter Lawrence had an exciting fourth turn after the start and would pretty much walk away from the rest of the 250 class.

Scroll down below to get a short synopsis of what went down at Daytona and make sure to check out our race results to get an-depth look at all of the races.

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Photos by Travis Fant & Brian Converse

450 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 8 OF 17)

Yep, Eli just won his seventh Daytona.

The points chase was close coming into Daytona. Now, it’s still pretty close with the points leaders finishing in their respective order, but we saw two things tonight; Eli winning his seventh Daytona, and Cooper Webb showing serious championship potential. Not saying that Cooper wasn’t showing potential before but had Cooper not mis-shifted heading down the long rhythm lane, he possibly could have won and potentially be the new points leader.

But mistakes happen, and sometimes they happen more often than you would like if you’re Chase Sexton. Facing numerous hiccups throughout the night, it just seemed like Chase couldn’t get a break, and couldn’t help but be in the wrong place at the wrong time for Justin Barcia.

The three still finished first, second, and third so the championship is still exciting as ever heading into Indy.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 1 Eli Tomac 186
2 2 Cooper Webb 181
3 23 Chase Sexton 176
4 21 Jason Anderson 148
5 94 Ken Roczen 138
6 7 Aaron Plessinger 135
7 51 Justin Barcia 132
8 28 Christian Craig 103
9 17 Joey Savatgy 85
10 45 Colt Nichols 84
11 15 Dean Wilson 82
12 32 Justin Cooper 76
13 9 Adam Cianciarulo 75
14 46 Justin Hill 73
15 14 Dylan Ferrandis 56
16 12 Shane McElrath 53
17 751 Josh Hill 42
18 44 Benny Bloss 37
19 11 Kyle Chisholm 28
20 80 Kevin Moranz 26
21 60 Justin Starling 25
22 78 Grant Harlan 23
23 519 Joshua Cartwright 23
24 68 Cade Clason 19
25 24 Rj Hampshire 15
26 27 Malcolm Stewart 15
27 47 Fredrik Noren 15
28 73 John Short 12
29 25 Marvin Musquin 11
30 140 Alex Ray 2
31 219 Chase Marquier 2
32 74 Logan Karnow 2

 


250 EAST CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 4 OF 10)

Hunter Lawrence’s lead has extended to 14 points.

While the 250 Main Event wasn’t the most exciting of the seasonal races, there’s was still some takeaways. Haiden Deegan would grab the first podium of his career (have we mentioned this is his fourth Pro race ever?) Max Anstie would still be stoked, and Nate Thrasher, who had two setbacks, still finished in tenth, with one of them involving being catapulted through the air.

Hunter’s lead only grows as the second and third place positions remain to be inconsistent with the rest of the class.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 96 Hunter Lawrence 99
2 63 Max Anstie 85
3 238 Haiden Deegan 74
4 58 Jordon Smith 71
5 6 Jeremy Martin 71
6 29 Nate Thrasher 70
7 832 Chance Hymas 60
8 128 Tom Vialle 53
9 57 Chris Blose 53
10 31 Michael Mosiman 51
11 285 Coty Schock 44
12 62 Jace Owen 39
13 67 Cullin Park 37
14 99 Hardy Munoz 31
15 339 Talon Hawkins 31
16 66 Henry Miller 30
17 91 Jeremy Hand 24
18 50 Marshal Weltin 19
19 460 Michael Hicks 16
20 247 Brock Papi 16
21 243 Caden Braswell 14
22 125 Luke Neese 13
23 170 Devin Simonson 12
24 86 Josiah Natzke 10
25 174 Luca Marsalisi 6
26 192 Jack Chambers 6
27 330 A J Catanzaro 5

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