2020 ATLANTA SUPERCROSS | 450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
The 2020 Atlanta Supercross marks round eight of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross seaosn and it’s practically the halfway point in the 17 round season. At this time last year, Cooper Webb led the points by two over Ken Roczen, six over his teammate Marvin Musquin and by 16-points over Eli Tomac. Dean Wilson was fifth, 40-points back and Justin Barica was sixth, 46-points behind Webb. This year, the tides have changed and it’s Eli Tomac who sits at the driver’s seat. With his improved starts and his typical, Tomac-esque speed (which is super fast), Eli has won the last two rounds and gained a seven-point lead on Ken Roczen, 26-point lead on Cooper Webb, 27-points on Justin Barcia and 42-points on Jason Anderson. MXA is on hand at the Atlanta SX and we’re bringing you results and coverage of the event all weekend. Click the link below for our Pre-Race Report, Press Day Video, Best in the Pits Gallery and more.
450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
Eli Tomac qualified fastest in the 450SX class. Eli was coming into the pit area and playing around with suspension settings in Atlanta during his qualifying practices. Eli said that he’s feeling good so far and he also said that the track seems a little bit basic layout wise, but the dirt is breaking down to be really slick and challenging. Eli mentioned that it’s making the bike feel different as well. Ken Roczen and Justin Hill rounded out the top three with Jason Anderson fourth fastest today.
The top 40 riders transfer into the night show.
450 GROUP A SESSION ONE RESULTS
The track in Atlanta this year has another sand section, it has a shorter whoop section, an over-under table-top, an option rhythm lane and other rhythm lanes. The track conditions are already rough and rutted after the first round of qualifying and it was Ken Roczen who scored the fastest time. Justin Hill was up there again and he had the fastest time early in the session, but Roczen, Tomac and Anderson were each able to improve their times and beat out the younger Hill brother. Dean Wilson was fifth and even after his big crash last weekend, Cooper Webb was able to qualifying eighth in the first session.