450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS | 2021 SPRING CREEK NATIONAL
450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS | 2021 MILLVILLE NATIONAL
Spring Creek is one of the most exciting venues in the Pro Motocross tour and the highly anticipated 450 class starts the day off first. In qualifying, we saw Ken Roczen become the fastest rider amongst the premier class with fellow teammate Chase Sexton in second. Spring Creek offers a huge variety of obstacles and elevation changes, so whoever can stay on their toes will win. Scroll down below to find out who takes first in the races at Spring Creek MX.
Photos by Chad Murray
450 OVERALL RACE RESULTS
Justin Barcia would win the overall.
Justin Barcia once again grabbed the holeshot with Justin Bogle in second place. Two turns later, Ken Roczen took away Justin Bogle’s spot in the race and immediately passed Justin Barcia just a few turns later. Dylan Ferrandis ended up taking a tumble with Aaron Plessinger going down as well. At 23 minutes, Chase Sexton and Cooper Webb had both of their wheels touch on the face of a jump, knocking Cooper Webb’s body position out of place and the Supercross champ crashed hard.
Eli Tomac made his way through the pack sitting in fourth with less than eight minutes remaining. Dylan Ferrandis made his way through the race passing teammate Christian Craig and Joey Savatgy with only a couple of minutes left. However, Joey Savatgy wasn’t going to play nice making the pass back a turn later. Unfortunately for Joey, Dylan is quick and snagged his spot back. Justin Barcia may not have won the second mot finishing in second, but he would win the overall. Ken would finish first in the second moto after having a scary crash in the first.
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Dylan Ferrandis crashed multiple times in the second moto but still finished in fifth.
450 MOTO 1 RACE RESULTS
Despite having a huge crash at the beginning of the first moto, Chase Sexton still finished in the top 10.
Justin Barcia was the first around the first turn and two massive crashes ensued. One involved Ken Roczen and Chase Sexton rider but Ken Roczen remained on the floor struggling to get to his feet. While the race continued, Adam Cianciarulo chased Justin Barcia as the lead grew smaller. Eventually, the Alpinestars medic crew helped the 94 up and there would be no restart of the race. Coty Schock got an amazing start sitting in fourth behind Cooper Webb. Christian Craig made his way around Coty for fourth place and the red plate holder Dylan Ferrandis sat back in sixth.
At 20 minutes remaining, the battle between Adam Cianciarulo and Justin Barcia didn’t slow the two down as they both gained a 5 second gap on Cooper Webb. Christian Craig would eventually get around the 2021 Supercross champ for third place and Dylan Ferrandis would follow his teammates lead. Aaron Plessinger would make his way around Cooper Webb and Dylan would get around Christian. At 11 minutes left, Eli Tomac made the pass on Aaron Plessinger and started to pressure on Christian Craig. Adam Cianciarulo would crash while closing the gap on Justin Barcia, dropping down to eighth place.
To put into perspective just how fast Eli Tomac was going, he had started the race outside 30th. With only 5 minutes and two laps remaining, he now sat in third place on the rear fender of Justin Barcia. Justin would continue to win the race after getting around Dylan Ferrandis for first.
Justin’s defense was on all-time high as he defended first place from Adam Cianciarulo, Dylan Ferrandis, and even pressure from Eli Tomac.