2020 ANAHEIM 1 SUPERCROSS | 450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
The 2020 Anaheim 1 Supercross is officially underway at the Angel’s Stadium in Anaheim, California. The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season marks the 30th time in the history of Supercross that the season opener was held in this iconic stadium. The stakes are high and with so many of the top 450 factory riders healthy and ready for the gate to drop, we can’t wait to see who will cross the finish line first in tonight’s 450SX Main Event. The winner of the season opener in Anaheim has gone on to win the premier class Championship 17 times in 46 seasons and the most repeated quote during the Anaheim 1 press conference was “You can’t win the Championship at the first round, but you can lose it.” But Chad Reed’s comment back to that statement was legendary, he said “You can’t win the Championship at the first round but you sure can set the bar high for your competition.” With the being said, every time these riders are on the track, a statement can be made to determine who’s truly the fastest rider in Supercross. Check below for the results from the 450 qualifying sessions at Anaheim.
450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
Adam Cianciarulo is looking strong in Anaheim today. He scored the fastest lap time in the first qualifying session, and then he bettered that time by just over a second in the final qualifying session of the day. Eli Tomac, Malcolm Stewart and Jason Anderson stepped up their times in the second qualifying session, but they couldn’t best the 450 rookie, Adam Cianciarulo. The defending Champion, Cooper Webb was 15th fastest in the second qualifying session.
450 GROUP A SESSION 2 QUALIFYING RESULTS
450 GROUP A SESSION 1 QUALIFYING RESULTS
Adam Cianciarulo grabbed the fastest qualifying time in the first 450 session of the day. His time was .77 of a second quicker than 2018 Supercross Champion, Jason Anderson. Adam was calm, cool and collected in his interview after the practice, he explained that he feels honored to be on the track with the 450 riders and it’s a dream come true for him. He also talked about how different the fresh A1 race track is when compared to the Supercross test tracks that all the riders practice on before the season. Zach Osborne had a crash in the whoops and it took him some time to get up from it, but he seemed to be ok.