250 EAST/WEST SHOOTOUT RACE RESULTS | 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 17 FINALE (UPDATED)
250 EAST/WEST SHOOTOUT RACE RESULTS | 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 17 FINALE
Round 17 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season is ending with a bang as both the East and West divisions of the 250SX class are in the middle of a heated battle for the Championship. The current points leaders in each division, Dylan Ferrandis and Chase Sexton, are also the defending champions and they’re both moving up to the 450SX class in 2021. Dylan has a 7-point lead on Austin Forkner and Chase has a 6-point lead on Shane McElrath. Both Dylan and Chase are looking to add another title to their stat sheet before they make the jump to the premier class, while Shane and Austin are looking to dethrone them. In both cases, Chase and Dylan only need to finish 3rd place in the Main Event. If their rival wins and they finish third, they’ll win the tiebreaker and the Championship. But, two riders can’t finish third and with both coasts on the track at the same time, anything can happen.
250 EAST/WEST MAIN EVENT RACE RESULTS | SALT LAKE CITY
Off the gate it was Shane McElrath with the holeshot with Austin Forkner second, and Christian Craig third. Sexton moved up to sixth by the second lap with Dylan Ferrandis 8th. Forkner went down hard in second place and was very slow to get up. Not long after the red flag came out due to Forkner being on the ground. The riders lined up again for a second start of the 250 East/West shootout. Off the second start, Jett Lawrence got the start with Sexton in second and Shane McElrath third. Dylan Ferrandis was fifth. McElrath tired to pass Lawrence but he pushed him wide all the while Sexton made it passed both of them. On lap four Sexton was first and McElrath second. Sexton looked back and let McElrath go by for the lead. Sexton got back into the lead and Lawernce slide out which moved him back to 6th. Ferrandis tried to pass McAdoo only to go down but only lost one spot to 5th moving Michael Mosiman into fourth. Mosiman moved past McAdoo for third on lap 11. The next lap Ferrandis passed McAdoo. Sexton took it to the finish to win back to back West Coast titles. Ferrandis placed fourth to win the East Coast championship. Shane McElrath was second and Michael Mosiman was third.
|1||1E||Chase Sexton||19 Laps|
|12||62||Christian Craig||18 Laps|
|19||352||Jalek Swoll||16 Laps|
|20||159||Jace Owen||7 Laps|
250 EAST HEAT RACE RESULTS
It was Colt Nichols who got the holeshot with Shane McElrath second and Chase Sexton in 9th. McElrath made the pass before the end of the first lap. By the third lap Sexton worked up to 5th. The very next lap Sexton had pressure on third place rider Pierce Brown and made the pass. Sexton did not turn it down. Pushed hard and caught right up to Nichols’ and McElrath. On the last lap Sexton came into Nichols as he moved over on him on accident. Sexton still qualified second with Nichols 9th.
|1||12||Shane Mcelrath||9 Laps|
|19||163||Pierce Brown||7 Laps|
|20||367||Hunter Sayles||5 Laps|
250 WEST COAST HEAT RACE RESULTS
Off the start, Dylan Ferrandis went down! Justin Cooper got the start with Austin Forkner in fifth. Christian Craig sat second with Michael Mosiman right behind him on lap 5. On lap six, Ferrandis only made his way to 13th. Forkner made his way past Mosiman. Ferrandis missed the transfer spot finishing 10th.
|1||32||Justin Cooper||9 Laps|
|16||118||Cheyenne Harmon||8 Laps|
|18||35||Hunter Lawrence||6 Laps|
|19||72||Robbie Wageman||5 Laps|
250 LAST CHANCE QUALIFIER
Dylan Ferrandis got the holeshot in the LCQ. Brandon Hartranft was second and Alex Martin third. Hunter Lawrence and Piece Brown was 5th and 6th outside of transferring with one lap left. Brown went down hard in the whoops. Ferranids won the LCQ with ease, Hartranft second, Martin third and Owen forth to qualify to the main event.
|1||1W||Dylan Ferrandis||7 Laps|
|20||88||Logan Karnow||6 Laps|