2019 LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS 450 OVERALL RESULTS
The long 2019 Supercross series is coming to a head. The surprise of the year is Cooper Webb. He comes into the Vegas round with a 23 point lead over the factory Kawasaki rider of Eli Tomac. Webb has the championship in the bag if nothing disastrous goes wrong. Eli Tomac came into the day fast, really fast. He was a full second faster than Webb in qualifying in Vegas. Tomac is the odds favorite to win Vegas as he won the Monster Million and Las Vegas Supercross in 2018. Cooper knows Tomac is the favorite to win. It will be interesting how Cooper plays it. Will he ride super conservative, or ride for the win like he has all year? Stay tuned for a night of interesting racing. We will have live updates throughout the night.
450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS
Eli Tomac captured the lead on the opening lap with the KTM riders of Marvin Musquin and Cooper Webb in tow. Zach Osborne and Ken Roczen rounded out the top five. On lap five Roczen made his way around Osborne. By lap seven Tomac already pulled over a six second lead over Musquin. The top five stayed steady after the half way mark. Tomac on lap 14 extended his gap to 11 seconds while Baggett sat sixth with Seely behind him. As they sit Webb will easily bring home the 450 championship. By lap 16 Roczen gets in striking distance of Webb with just over a second gap between the two riders. And Eli Tomac wins the 450 main event by over 12 second while Cooper Webb places third and is crowned the 2019 450 Supercross champion.
450 SX HEAT 1 RESULTS
It was the factory Husky rider of Zach Osborne with the holeshot. The KTM riders of Marvin Musquin and Blake Baggett were within striking distance with Justin Brayton in forth position. Osborne ended up leading from start to finish.
|1||16||Zach Osborne||8 Laps|
|17||447||Deven Raper||7 Laps|
|20||976||Josh Greco||6 Laps|
450 SX HEAT RACE 2
Points Leader Cooper Webb started the night off right with a hole shot in his 450 heat race. He was followed by Cole Seely in second and Eli Tomac in third. Tomac made quick work of Seely and went straight for Webb on the third lap. Tomac started closing the gap slowly as Webb started picking up the pace getting down into the 59 second lap times. On the sixth lap Tomac took the lead from Webb and took the heat race win with Webb, Seely, Bogle and Roczen rounding out the top five.
|1||3||Eli Tomac||8 Laps|
|14||526||Colton Aeck||7 Laps|
|18||581||Kyle Bitterman||6 Laps|
|19||313||Kyle Swanson||4 Laps|
450 LCQ (TOP 4 QUALFY TO 450 MAIN EVENT)
|1||62||Alex Ray||6 Laps|
|18||581||Kyle Bitterman||4 Laps|