2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 9 OF 17)

2023 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 9 OF 17)

Coming into the 2023 Indianapolis Supercross, it was a tight battle at the front of the 450 class. Eli Tomac has retained the red plate, however, Chase Sexton and Cooper Webb have pushed him hard this season. Heading into Daytona last weekend, Webb was only two points behind and Sexton was five points back. After winning his seventh Daytona SX Main Event, Eli Tomac extended the gap to 5 points over Cooper Webb and 10 points over Chase Sexton, heading into the Indy SX, which is Chase Sexton’s hometown race.

In the 250 East class, Hunter Lawrence has been managing his lead with three wins and a third-place finish coming into Indianapolis. Nate Thrasher has been fast, but with Hunter taking him out at the beginning of the 250SX Main Event, and then him having another big crash all by himself last weekend, he came into the Indy SX 29 points behind Hunter.

Scroll below to see the updated point standings for the 250SX East and 450SX classes after the Indianapolis Supercross, brought to you by Thor MX.

450 POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 9 OF 17)

In the 450 main event, Roczen, Webb, Cianciarulo, and Sexton were neck and neck out of the gate. Roczen was able to get into the lead early on the third lap. While Sexton was closing in on Roczen, he caught a footpeg in a rut up to the on/off, giving Roczen some breathing room. Webb was in second, but Barcia was riding well.

On lap 11, Webb and Barcia made contact coming out of the whoops, and Barcia was able to come out ahead with Roczen 3.6 seconds ahead in the lead. By lap 17, Cooper and Barcia were having a good battle for second place, and they were slowly closing the gap on Roczen.

On lap 24, only 1.4 seconds separated Roczen and Barcia as they lapped up to 11th place. In the end, Ken Roczen was able to hold on to the lead and win the 450 main event, with Cooper Webb taking the points lead!

POS. # NAME Total
1 2 Cooper Webb 202  
2 1 Eli Tomac 201
3 23 Chase Sexton 189
4 21 Jason Anderson 166
5 94 Ken Roczen 164
6 51 Justin Barcia 155
7 7 Aaron Plessinger 154
8 28 Christian Craig 119
9 15 Dean Wilson 93
10 9 Adam Cianciarulo 92
11 46 Justin Hill 87
12 17 Joey Savatgy 85
13 45 Colt Nichols 84
14 32 Justin Cooper 76
15 12 Shane McElrath 63
16 14 Dylan Ferrandis 56
17 751 Josh Hill 54
18 44 Benny Bloss 37
19 11 Kyle Chisholm 37
20 80 Kevin Moranz 33
21 60 Justin Starling 31
22 78 Grant Harlan 28
23 519 Joshua Cartwright 27
24 47 Fredrik Noren 23
25 68 Cade Clason 22
26 24 Rj Hampshire 15
27 27 Malcolm Stewart 15
28 73 John Short 12
29 25 Marvin Musquin 11
30 74 Logan Karnow 3
31 848 Joan Cros 2
32 219 Chase Marquier 2
33 140 Alex Ray 2

 

250 POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 5 OF 10)

Hunter Lawrence took the holeshot and led the pack in the 250 main event, with Chris Blose close behind and a group of Yamahas trailing. Thrasher overtook Blose for third on the opening lap, while Smith quickly followed suit and secured fourth place.

Blose struggled to maintain his position and was shuffled back to eighth by the sixth lap. Jeremy Martin, however, made some impressive moves and surpassed Anstie for fifth, eventually overtaking Deegan for fourth on the fourth lap.

On the 17th lap, Hunter extended his lead to a whopping seven seconds. He encountered a close call with a lapped rider, causing his hand to slip off the handlebars momentarily, but he managed to recover and stay on track. Thrasher held on to second place, with Smith trailing behind in third.

Unfortunately, Deegan’s solid fifth-place ride ended in a fall on the final lap, dropping him to seventh.

In the end, it was Hunter Lawrence who claimed victory, further cementing his championship lead in the 250 East. Keep an eye out for more thrilling races in the next round!

POS. # NAME Total
1 96 Hunter Lawrence 125
2 63 Max Anstie 103
3 29 Nate Thrasher 93
4 58 Jordon Smith 92
5 238 Haiden Deegan 90
6 6 Jeremy Martin 90
7 57 Chris Blose 70
8 128 Tom Vialle 68
9 832 Chance Hymas 60
10 285 Coty Schock 57
11 31 Michael Mosiman 51
12 67 Cullin Park 51
13 62 Jace Owen 51
14 66 Henry Miller 41
15 339 Talon Hawkins 39
16 99 Hardy Munoz 32
17 91 Jeremy Hand 31
18 50 Marshal Weltin 28
19 460 Michael Hicks 26
20 243 Caden Braswell 20
21 247 Brock Papi 19
22 125 Luke Neese 15
23 170 Devin Simonson 12
24 86 Josiah Natzke 10
25 330 A J Catanzaro 9
26 174 Luca Marsalisi 6
27 192 Jack Chambers 6
28 300 Lane Allison 5

 

 

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