450 FASTEST QUALIFIERS | 2018 DAYTONA SUPERCROSS (UPDATED)

OVERALL FASTEST 450 QUALIFYING TIMES | DAYTONA SUPERCROSS

  1. Eli Tomac (Kaw)-1:09.095
  2. Marvin Musquin (KTM)-1:09.258
  3. Dean Wilson (Hus)-1:10.180
  4. Jason Anderson (Hus)-1:10.266
  5. Cooper Webb (Yam)-1:10.381
  6. Justin Brayton (Hon)-1:10.714
  7. Blake Baggett (KTM)-1:11.270
  8. Malcolm Stewart (Suz)-1:11.278
  9. Tyler Bowers (Kaw)-1:11.614
  10. Weston Peick (Suz)-1:11.830
  11. Christian Craig (Hon)-1:11.859
  12. Vince Friese (Hon)-1:11.890
  13. Benny Bloss (KTM)-1:11.895
  14. Bradley Taft (Yam)-1:11.926
  15. Kyle Cunningham (Suz)-1:12.387
  16. Broc Tickle (KTM)-1:12.905
  17. Cedric Soubeyras (Suz)-1:12.941
  18. Kyle Chisholm (Yam)-1:13.392
  19. Chad Reed (Hus)-1:14.174
  20. Justin Starling (Hus)-1:15.128
  21. Ben Lamay (Hon)-1:15.237

Eli TomacEli Tomac clocks in the fastest 450 time of the day within the last minute to seal the deal. ET3 meshes quite well with tracks like these. Could he win it three years in a row?

Marvin MusquinMarvin Musquin keeps his name imprinted in the second spot on the time sheet.

Dean WilsonnAnd how about Dean Wilson? This is his best qualifying result so far this season.

450 QUALIFYING TIMES | DAYTONA SUPERCROSS SESSION 1

  1. Jason Anderson (Hus)-1:11.619
  2. Marvin Musquin (KTM)-1:11.765
  3. Eli Tomac (Kaw)-1:12.029
  4. Dean Wilson (Hus)-1:12.052
  5. Cooper Webb (Yam)-1:12.458
  6. Christian Craig (Hon)-1:12.617
  7. Malcolm Stewart (Suz)-1:12.664
  8. Justin Brayton (Hon)-1:12.740
  9. Tyler Bowers (Kaw)-1:12.741
  10. Blake Baggett (KTM)-1:13.243
  11. Broc Tickle (KTM)-1:13.314
  12. Weston Peick (Suz)-1:13.417
  13. Vince Friese (Hon)-1:13.882
  14. Benny Bloss (KTM)-1:14.305
  15. Kyle Chisholm (Yam)-1:14.437
  16. Cedric Soubeyras (Suz)-1:15.080
  17. Kyle Cunningham (Suz)-1:15.092
  18. Bradley Taft (Yam)-1:15.114
  19. Chad Reed (Hus)-1:15.394
  20. Ben Lamay (Hon)-1:16.419
  21. Justin Starling (Hus)-1:17.157

Jason Anderson Jason Anderson came out and crushed the first 450 timed qualifying. The current points leader and last weekends winner has been training hard all week on a track similar to the unique Daytona layout, so only time will tell on how tonight will shake down.

Marvin MusquinFollowing only a tenth of a second behind Anderson was Marvin Musquin. Each weekend, Marvin has been slowly getting back to his original speed and comfort as we saw in the beginning of the season. He landed on the podium last weekend in Atlanta, but could tonight be the night we see him on top?

Eli TomacAnd Eli Tomac crossed the line with the third fastest time on the clock during the first 450 session. Eli has won this race the last two years in a row. He’s a strong competitor when it comes to the outdoor style courses.

2018 DAYTONA SUPERCROSS | COMPLETE COVERAGE

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