250 FASTEST QUALIFIERS | 2018 SEATTLE SUPERCROSS

Seattle has been known to host many memorable races in the history of Monster Energy Supercross. And we’re sure you will be adding round 13 to that list. Rain has taken over the city, and flooded the stadium floor of Century Link Field. Some new faces jumped to the top of the leader board in the first and only session of the day.

OVERALL 250 QUALIFYING TIMES

  1. Brandan Leith (Kaw)–1:08.115
  2. Jess Pettis (Yam)–1:08.352
  3. Dylan Merriam (Yam)–1:09.597
  4. Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)–1:09.628
  5. Joey Savatgy (Kaw)–1:09.747
  6. Chase Marqier (Hon)–1:10.22
  7. Aaron Plessinger (Yam)–1:10.933
  8. Shane McElrath (KTM)–1:11.099
  9. Dylan Summerlin (Hus)–1:11.166
  10. Mitchell Oldenberg (Yam)–1:11.818
  11. Justin Starling (Hus)–1:12.255
  12. Josh Mosiman (Hus)–1:13.485
  13. Hayden Mellross (Yam)–1:13.544
  14. Chris Howell (Hus)–1:13.881
  15. Robbie Wageman (Yam)–1:14.071
  16. Chase Sexton (Hon)–1:14.855
  17. Mitchell Harrison (Hus)–1:15.532
  18. Marten Castello (Yam)–1:15.797
  19. Chase Blackburn (KTM)–1:15.831
  20. Dakota Alix (KTM)–1:15.893
  21. Justin Hill (Suz)–1:15.910
  22. Phillip Nicoletti (Suz)–1:16.154

Todays conditions are certainly no joke. Rain flooded Seattle’s Century Link Field. Brandan Leith capitalized on these conditions. But mostly because the track was smoother for the B practice riders. Followed behind him was Jess Pettis in second, and Dylan Merriam in third. All riders in the 250 B practice. 

Aaron PlessingerNote: Aaron Plessinger qualified seventh overall. He needs to stay smooth and mistake free if he wants to gain more points in his championship run. The conditions tonight will be interesting.

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