450 podium_Eli Tomac_2019 Denver Supercross-8539Eli Tomac wins in Colorado!


The 15th round of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season is over with and it was Eli Tomac who dominated the 450 main event! The day started out cold and snowy which has made for a muddy and slick track, then the sun came out and the track turned dusty and hard pack quickly. In the night show, the track was hard pack and slick again, but it made for some great racing.


Marvin Musquin grabbed the holeshot and led at the beginning of the 450 main event. Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb were a few spots back at the beginning of the race. Cooper was ahead of Eli at the beginning but he didn’t have the speed to hold off the Colorado native. Joey Savatgy and Justin Bogle both were running up front early in the race. Eli Tomac was able to get by both of them fairly quick, but Joey Savatgy made it hard on Cooper Webb to get by. Joey and Cooper went back and forth, you could tell that Cooper was getting frustrated. Finally Cooper was able to make the pass stick and get into third. At this time Eli Tomac had already flew passed Marvin Musquin in the whoops and was beginning to check out. It looked like Musquin would finish second and Cooper Webb would settle for third, but Cooper wasn’t done yet. He got on the gas to catch and pass his teammate.

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1 3 Eli Tomac
2 2 Cooper Webb
3 25 Marvin Musquin
4 19 Justin Bogle
5 17 Joey Savatgy
6 4 Blake Baggett
7 94 Ken Roczen
8 16 Zach Osborne
9 33 Joshua Grant
10 46 Justin Hill
11 43 Tyler Bowers
12 41 Ben Lamay
13 11 Kyle Chisholm
14 86 Ryan Breece
15 62 Alex Ray
16 805 Carlen Gardner
17 63 John Short
18 224 Charles Lefrancois
19 14 Cole Seely
20 15 Dean Wilson
21 99 Austin Politelli
22 800 Mike Alessi

Cooper Webb_2019 Denver Supercross-2976Cooper Webb finishes second in Colorado.

Marvin Musquin_2019 Denver Supercross-6205Marvin Musquin led early, but he wasn’t able to hold on to it, he finished third. 

Justin Bogle_2019 Denver Supercross-6762Justin Bogle rode great all day in Denver, he finished fourth in the main event.

In the 450 LCQ it was Carlen Gardner who came into the first turn first, but Alex Ray snuck underneath him to grab the holeshot. Charles Lefrancois got around Carlen when he missed a triple and he ran in second for the first lap. Carlen was able to get by the Frenchman, Charles Lefrancois to finish second. John Short passed his way into third a Lefrancois would take the final transfer position in fourth.


1 62 Alex Ray
2 805 Carlen Gardner
3 63 John Short
4 224 Charles Lefrancois
5 97 Adam Enticknap
6 383 Casey Brennan
7 330 Aj Catanzaro
8 412 Jared Lesher
9 447 Deven Raper
10 282 Theodore Pauli
11 211 Tevin Tapia
12 526 Colton Aeck
13 918 Michael Akaydin
14 480 Johan Nystrom
15 509 Alexander Nagy
16 976 Josh Greco
17 332 Dustin Winter
18 424 Tyler Custer
19 501 Scotty Wennerstrom
20 662 Travis Bannister
21 597 Mason Kerr
22 846 Jason Kueber

Carlen Gardner_2019 Oakland Supercross practice-6149Carlen Gardner finished second in the 450 LCQ.

In the second heat race it was Cole Seely who grabbed the holeshot. Joey Savatgy was second with Cooper Webb and Eli Tomac third and fourth. Cooper Webb and Eli Tomac had an awesome battle, they went back and forth multiple times with in two laps. The slick track has made for some great racing and awesome battles, we can’t wait to see what happens in the main event.


1 14 Cole Seely
2 3 Eli Tomac
3 2 Cooper Webb
4 17 Joey Savatgy
5 33 Joshua Grant
6 46 Justin Hill
7 41 Ben Lamay
8 99 Austin Politelli
9 800 Mike Alessi
10 805 Carlen Gardner
11 63 John Short
12 62 Alex Ray
13 383 Casey Brennan
14 918 Michael Akaydin
15 447 Deven Raper
16 509 Alexander Nagy
17 332 Dustin Winter
18 480 Johan Nystrom
19 597 Mason Kerr
20 211 Tevin Tapia

Eli Tomac_2019 Denver Supercross-6177After battling back and forth with Cooper Webb, Eli Tomac would finish second. 

Cooper Webb_2019 Denver Supercross-6281Cooper Webb is aggressive in Denver! He looks very comfortable even in the middle of some tight racing with Eli Tomac.

Joey Savatgy_2019 Denver Supercross-3374Even after dislocating his shoulder last weekend, Joey Savatgy is back and racing through the pain this weekend. He finished fourth in the second heat race.

Justin Bogle grabbed the holeshot in the first 450 heat race of the night. It’s normal for Bogle to be up front on the start, but for the first time this season, Justin Bogle grabbed the holeshot and he kept the lead for the entire heat race to take the win. Zach Osborne was up front on the start as well, he ran third for most of the heat race until Blake Baggett made a mistake which allowed Osborne to get by and finish second place.

Justin Bogle_2019 Denver Supercross-6762Justin Bogle wins his first heat race of the season.


1 19 Justin Bogle
2 16 Zach Osborne
3 4 Blake Baggett
4 94 Ken Roczen
5 25 Marvin Musquin
6 15 Dean Wilson
7 43 Tyler Bowers
8 86 Ryan Breece
9 11 Kyle Chisholm
10 412 Jared Lesher
11 224 Charles Lefrancois
12 97 Adam Enticknap
13 526 Colton Aeck
14 282 Theodore Pauli
15 330 Aj Catanzaro
16 976 Josh Greco
17 501 Scotty Wennerstrom
18 424 Tyler Custer
19 662 Travis Bannister
20 846 Jason Kueber

Zach Osborne_2019 Denver Supercross-6786Zach Osborne finishes second in the first 450 heat race of the night. 

Blake Baggett_2019 Denver Supercross-6187Blake Baggett finished third.

Cooper Webb_2019 Denver Supercross-2976So far Cooper Webb has been fast in Denver. The slick conditions with the small whoop section could play into his favor.

Marvin Musquin_2019 Denver Supercross-3239Marvin Musquin is bundled up for the cold Denver weather.


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