“A GAME OF STATISTICS” – 2022 AMA PRO NATIONAL STATS AFTER 4 OF 12 ROUNDS
2022 AMA PRO NATIONAL STATS AFTER 4 OF 12 ROUNDS
We are four races into the 12-round 2022 Pro Motocross Championship and so far it has been Team Honda HRC with all the momentum on their side. Not only is Honda leading the 250 and 450 Championship standings, but they also are one of two factory teams with all of its riders healthy (the other team being GasGas).
Yamaha is missing their defending 450 Motocross Champion Dylan Ferrandis, as well as Jeremy Martin and Colt Nichols. Kawasaki is missing Adam Cianciarulo, as well as Austin Forkner and Cameron Mcadoo, KTM is missing Cooper Webb (and most likely Antonio Cairoli since he went home to Italy), Husqvarna is missing Malcolm Stewart, Dean Wilson and Jalek Swoll. Plus, Suzuki is currently missing Justin Bogle, Carson Mumford and Dilan Schwartz.
As the series takes a one-week hiatus, the riders and teams are continuing to work on improving their craft and they’re also recovering from the last four weekends of racing. Since there isn’t a race happening this weekend, we have a list of statistics, provided by Ben Bridges, to give you insight into how the opening four races have been for the top 250 and 450 riders.
Stats provided by Ben Bridges
- Eli Tomac went 2-1 for the overall win at High Point. It was Tomac’s 28th 450MX win, his 40th total MX win and 84th career win.
- For only the 5th time in 450 motocross history, the 1st 4 rounds have produced 4 different winners.
- E.T.’s finishes this season 4, 3, 2, 1.
- Tomac now has won a 450MX overall for 9 consecutive seasons.
- Tomac has won a motocross in 250/450 for 12 seasons.
- Tomac gets his 3rd moto win of the season and is tied with Sexton.
- Tomac has now won a 450 Supercross and a 450 motocross on 3 brands.
- Tomac moves up to 2nd, 14 points behind Sexton.
- Eli Tomac’s average finish through four rounds is 2.9.
- Chase Sexton went 1-2 at High Point for 2nd overall
- Chase keeps his podium streak alive at 4.
- Chase Sexton will keep the red plate headed to Red Bud in two weeks.
- Chase Sexton’s average finish through four races is 1.9.
- Jason Anderson wents 3-5 for 3rd overall at High Point for his 2nd podium of the season.
- Jason Anderson’s average finish through four races is 4.1.
- Ken Roczen went 7-3 for 4th overall at High Point and dropped to 3rd in the points.
- Ryan Dungey went 6-4 for 5th overall at High Point.
- The former champion sits 5th in points.
- Ryan Dungey’s average finish through four rounds is 5.9.
450 NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 4 OF 12)
Chase Sexton went into High Point with a 14-point lead and left with a 14-point lead after he and Tomac swapped moto scores. However, Tomac left with more money in his pocked and another overall win added to the record books since he bested Chase in moto two.
- Jett Lawrence went 2-1 for 1st overall atHigh Point. It was his 9th career MX win.
- Jett Lawrence joins his brother with 4 consecutive podiums.
- Honda now has 550 total wins in motocross and Supercross.
- Jett’s average finish so far is 1.6.
- Hunter Lawrence went 1-2 for 2nd overall at High Point.
- Hunter still sits 2nd in the points.
- Hunter’s average finish so far is 2.3.
- Jo Shimoda went 3-5 for 3rd overall at High Point.
- Once again, no Americans were on the podium.
- Jo Shimoda’s average finish after four rounds is 4.6.
- Justin Cooper’s average finish after four rounds is 5.8.
- Justin Cooper went 8-3 for 5th overall at High Point
250 NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 4 OF 12)
Jett Lawrence is on a roll and not even his brother can stop him.