250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS // 2024 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS (UPDATED)

250 QUALIFYING RESULTS // 2024 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS

250 qualifying is underway for the final round of the 2024 Supercross season in Salt Lake City, Utah. Two champions will be crowned this evening but a lot of racing is ahead before that becomes a reality. In the East Coast, Tom Vialle sits 15 points ahead of Haiden Deegan who spoke about not riding clean in this evening’s events as championships are all or nothing. In the West, Levi Kitchen and RJ Hampshire are tied with each other, and both of those riders also know it’s all or nothing but are respectful to each other which should make for some great racing. It all will be decided tonight, but it starts in qualifying. For full updates read down below.

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250 WEST QUALIFYING SESSION 1

RJ Hampshire means business in Salt Lake.

Up front early was Jo Shimoda who seems to thrive on the dry track conditions. Today in Salt Lake the track has been dried out and can be a bit slippery on top. RJ Hampshire was able to move himself up to the pole position around the midway point of the session. Julien Beaumer was able to get in a great time just behind Hampshire as the qualifying continued. Levi Kitchen was sitting around the fifth position for the majority of the session but was within the same second as the leaders. Hampshire would back up his best time as he was able to put in multiple fast laps. He would lead them to the conclusion of the session.

Pos # Rider Name Best Time
1 24 Rj Hampshire 53.279
2 929 Julien Beaumer 53.397
3 31 Jordon Smith 53.406
4 57 Nate Thrasher 53.568
5 47 Levi Kitchen 53.710
6 30 Jo Shimoda 53.956
7 34 Ryder DiFrancesco 54.686
8 71 Cole Thompson 55.141
9 78 Joshua Varize 55.379
10 100 Anthony Bourdon 55.403
11 73 Robbie Wageman 55.463
12 473 Lux Turner 55.645
13 35 Talon Hawkins 55.765
14 36 Phillip Nicoletti 55.771
15 87 Max Miller 56.044
16 162 Max Sanford 56.556
17 116 TJ Albright 56.687
18 114 Geran Stapleton 57.068
19 805 Slade Varola 58.062

Julien Beaumer was feeling comfortable in the dry technical conditions.

Nate Thrasher was also quick and has a good chance to grab a win this evening.

250 EAST QUALIFYING SESSION 1

Haiden Deegan is looking motivated to grab a win in the final Supercross of the year.

Chance Hymas was able to grab the early lead in qualifying but Haiden Deegan was able to take over when he put in a hot lap just a few minutes into the session. Tom Vialle taking his time to learn the lines and the track as he was far down on the list for almost the first half of the qualifying. Haiden Deegan is looking smooth and fast, though he was about a second off the top five riders in the West practice. That would change as he got into the final laps of the qualifier he would break into the 53 second range, matching with the first practice, Haiden Deegan would be the only rider in the East to grab that quick of a time and lead the group into the conclusion of the session.

Pos # Rider Name Best Time
1 38 Haiden Deegan 53.255
2 43 Seth Hammaker 54.520
3 16 Tom Vialle 54.593
4 39 Pierce Brown 54.600
5 511 Nicholas Romano 55.077
6 37 Max Anstie 55.101
7 48 Chance Hymas 55.151
8 33 Jalek Swoll 55.377
9 59 Daxton Bennick 55.435
10 69 Coty Schock 55.652
11 75 Marshal Weltin 55.919
12 65 Henry Miller 55.937
13 296 Ryder Floyd 56.940
14 602 Gage Linville 57.027
15 90 Hardy Munoz 57.054
16 60 Lorenzo Locurcio 58.038
17 128 Preston Boespflug 58.054
18 964 Dominique Thury 59.386

Max Anstie has been quick in qualifying all year long and has a chance to win this evening.

Daxton Bennick looking to finish his rookie year out strong.

SX FUTURES QUALIFYING RESULTS

Pos. # Name Best Time
1 7 Cole Davies 55.158
2 300 Drew Adams 55.458
3 15 Gavin Towers 56.623
4 12 Parker Ross 57.100
5 162 Klark Robbins 57.233
6 125 Reven Gordon 57.419
7 20 Tyler Mollet 57.695
8 800 Preston Masciangelo 57.804
9 18 Landen Gordon 57.992
10 62 Kelana Humphrey 58.277
11 37 Landin Pepperd 58.286
12 50 Chase Lawton 58.336
13 138 Dylan Rempel 58.520
14 97 Noah Stevens 58.599
15 43 Jaxen Driskell 58.658
16 14 Ronald Johnson 59.562
17 416 Hayden Robinson 59.970
18 177 Kaden Lewis 1:00.077
19 508 Jesse Wessel 1:00.914
20 22 Logan Riggins 1:01.180

250 EAST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Tom Vialle rode very conservatively and safely through qualifying, knowing that the racing is what matters most.

Off the practice start in the second session, Daxton Bennick grabbed the early lead and began putting in his hot laps. Haiden Deegan quickly moved to the front, charging around the track. However, by the end of the first lap, it was Coty Schock who had the fastest time. As the riders began to put in a few laps, Haiden Deegan climbed back to the top of the leaderboard, followed by Tom Vialle. Around the midway point, Chance Hymas managed to move into the lead, beating Deegan’s time by a few tenths of a second. As the track deteriorated, Vialle took no risks and moved ahead of Deegan in positioning. Towards the closing laps, Seth Hammaker would bump Hymas out of the top spot, and Hammaker would hold the lead through the conclusion of the session.

POS. # NAME BEST TIME
1 38 Haiden Deegan 53.255
2 43 Seth Hammaker 53.444
3 48 Chance Hymas 53.852
4 16 Tom Vialle 53.953
5 39 Pierce Brown 54.600
6 69 Coty Schock 54.669
7 59 Daxton Bennick 54.684
8 33 Jalek Swoll 54.689
9 511 Nicholas Romano 55.063
10 37 Max Anstie 55.101
11 65 Henry Miller 55.360
12 90 Hardy Munoz 55.824
13 75 Marshal Weltin 55.919
14 296 Ryder Floyd 56.569
15 602 Gage Linville 57.027
16 128 Preston Boespflug 57.645
17 60 Lorenzo Locurcio 58.038
18 964 Dominique Thury 58.366
19 420 Jackson Gray 58.410
20 526 Nick Laurie 1:00.360
TOP 20 RIDERS QUALIFY
21 138 David Pulley 1:01.552
22 253 Nick Jones 1:01.694

4Jalek Swoll has been progressing all season and is looking to grab his first main event win on board the new Triumph.

Seth Hammaker is looking to grab Pro Circuits’ 300th win this evening.

250 WEST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Julien Beaumer is looking ready for the final race which will set him up nicely for outdoors.

Levi Kitchen grabbed the holeshot and the early lead during the second session’s practice start. Jordon Smith followed Kitchen, learning some of the race lines he was taking. The leaderboard initially showed Kitchen on top, with Smith in second and Hampshire in third. Once again, Julien Beaumer managed to set a fast lap and moved to the top of the leaderboard. Behind the lead, Kitchen began to slip as both Smith and Hampshire recorded faster times. Hampshire eventually claimed the top spot with the fastest time, which he maintained through the conclusion of the qualifying session.

POS. # NAME BEST TIME
1 24 Rj Hampshire 53.169
2 31 Jordon Smith 53.349
3 929 Julien Beaumer 53.397
4 57 Nate Thrasher 53.568
5 47 Levi Kitchen 53.710
6 30 Jo Shimoda 53.956
7 34 Ryder DiFrancesco 54.482
8 100 Anthony Bourdon 54.893
9 71 Cole Thompson 55.141
10 78 Joshua Varize 55.379
11 73 Robbie Wageman 55.463
12 35 Talon Hawkins 55.463
13 473 Lux Turner 55.645
14 36 Phillip Nicoletti 55.694
15 87 Max Miller 56.044
16 162 Max Sanford 56.556
17 116 Tj Albright 56.687
18 500 Julien Benek 56.726
19 334 Brad West 56.909
20 996 Preston Taylor 57.014
TOP 20 RIDERS QUALIFY
21 114 Geran Stapleton 57.068
22 378 Kyle Wise 57.579
23 805 Slade Varola 57.734
24 943 Noah Viney 57.934
25 976 Josh Greco 58.433
26 289 Robert Hailey 59.465
27 364 Chad Saultz 59.663
28 117 Nicholas Nisbet 1:02.569

Jordon Smith was putting the pressure on Hampshire and was second fastest in the session.

RJ Hampshire was fastest overall qualifier.

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