450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS | 2021 ORLANDO SUPERCROSS 1

450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS | 2021 ORLANDO SUPERCROSS 1

When the riders escaped the freezing cold temperatures of Indianapolis, they were probably happy that they can make their way to the track without freezing some fingers off, but they probably did not anticipate that the weather would take a different turn of events in beautiful Orlando. The day prior, the track crew decided to cancel press day practice and cover the track with tarps to anticipate what was to come from the weather. All night long and through the morning, Florida downpoured soaking everything. When the sun came out and it was time for qualifying, the tarps came off and thankfully, the track’s condition could have been a LOT worse. There was still water in between the transitions of the jumps but thankfully, the track was salvageable. Granted it is still going to be a mud fest, but this was probably the best-case scenario for the riders. Well, the best-case scenario would be no rain but it’s Florida and anything can be expected. Find out down below who will be the fastest, in the first round of the Orlando Supercross rounds.

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Photos by Travis Fant and Brian Converse

450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

The track conditions shaped up to be much better after the sun came out.

Immediately the results were better as the track shaped up to be almost perfect riding conditions. Within a lap, the fastest lap time in the previous session was passed with Ken Roczen leading the pack with a 51 second lap time. A lap later, Eli Tomac took the lead just barely beating Ken. Again, the pack is so close in the 450 class that the leader was only a couple seconds in front of the rider in last place. Cooper Webb soon took the lead from Eli and set a 50 second lap time as the premier class became more comfortable with the track. Adam Cianciarulo jumped to the front, just .008 in front of Cooper Webb.

POS. # NAME BEST TIME
1 9 Adam Cianciarulo 50.711
2 2 Cooper Webb 50.719
3 27 Malcolm Stewart 51.044
4 1 Eli Tomac 51.060
5 94 Ken Roczen 51.106
6 12 Shane Mcelrath 51.152
7 21 Jason Anderson 51.423
8 15 Dean Wilson 51.700
9 51 Justin Barcia 51.872
10 37 Benny Bloss 51.880
11 7 Aaron Plessinger 51.883
12 17 Joey Savatgy 51.904
13 14 Dylan Ferrandis 51.943
14 19 Justin Bogle 51.967
15 20 Broc Tickle 52.029
16 25 Marvin Musquin 52.065
17 16 Zach Osborne 52.070
18 36 Martin Davalos 52.269
19 40 Vince Friese 52.570
20 10 Justin Brayton 53.043
21 44 Tyler Bowers 53.833
22 11 Kyle Chisholm 53.981
23 81 Justin Starling 54.011
24 280 Cade Clason 54.336
25 114 Nick Schmidt 54.426
26 848 Joan Cros 55.132
27 722 Adam Enticknap 55.191
28 805 Carlen Gardner 55.306
29 43 Fredrik Noren 55.618
30 330 Aj Catanzaro 55.632
31 447 Deven Raper 55.773
32 952 Ludovic Macler 55.783
33 57 Justin Rodbell 55.789
34 309 Jeremy Smith 55.887
35 28 Brandon Hartranft 56.217
36 121 Chris Howell 56.300
37 606 Ronnie Stewart 56.333
38 501 Scotty Wennerstrom 56.381
39 421 Vann Martin 56.464
40 981 Austin Politelli 56.490

TOP 40 QUALIFY TO THE RACES

41 282 Theodore Pauli 56.576
42 976 Joshua Greco 57.461
43 916 Justin Rando 1:00.506
44 795 Aaron Leininger 1:01.571

Dylan sat in 18th place for a while, but 18th was only two seconds behind the leader. Yeah, the 450 class is close.

Adam Cianciarulo secured the fastest overall lap time.

450 GROUP A FIRST QUALIFYING SESSION

The sky may be pouring but at least the weather isn’t 3 degrees outside.

Cooper Webb took the charge on the Orlando track as the track conditions started to get better and grabbed the fastest lap. Justin Bogle then passed Cooper for the lead followed by Marvin Musquin. Like the previous rounds, the leaderboard was in constant change as qualifying went on. Adam Cianciarulo went to take the lead with a 54.8 but not for long as Eli Tomac squeezed by with a 53.96. Malcolm Stewart then put down a heater with a 53.4 granting him the fastest spot. Cooper Webb followed Malcolm’s lead and sat in third after the top spot was taken by Ken Roczen. But the lap times continued to shrink as Eli once again grabbed the fastest lap time with a 53.24. With a minute left, Jason Anderson flew by the leaders with a 52.97.

POS. # RIDER BEST TIME
1 21 Jason Anderson 52.971
2 2 Cooper Webb 52.980
3 1 Eli Tomac 53.249
4 9 Adam Cianciarulo 53.281
5 94 Ken Roczen 53.371
6 27 Malcolm Stewart 53.452
7 19 Justin Bogle 53.600
8 15 Dean Wilson 53.683
9 14 Dylan Ferrandis 53.733
10 51 Justin Barcia 53.776
11 7 Aaron Plessinger 53.834
12 20 Broc Tickle 53.969
13 36 Martin Davalos 54.019
14 25 Marvin Musquin 54.036
15 16 Zach Osborne 54.183
16 17 Joey Savatgy 54.240
17 10 Justin Brayton 54.675
18 40 Vince Friese 54.902
19 37 Benny Bloss 55.011
20 11 Kyle Chisholm 57.124

Jason Anderson got the fastest lap time in the first qualifying session.

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