2020 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS | 250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
The 250SX West Coast class is heading into the 2020 San Diego Supercross ready to leave it all out on the line for round six of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season as it is their final round before the West Coast class takes a break and the 250SX East Coast division starts up. Coming into the SD SX, the defending 250SX West Coast Champion, Dylan Ferrandis has the red plate back on his Star Racing Yamaha and he’s looking to extend his lead over Austin Forkner, Justin Cooper and the rest of the competition. Dylan has expressed multiple times in interviews that he isn’t happy about finishing second or third he wants to win. Meanwhile, Austin Forkner and Justin Cooper want to make up points on the Frenchman before the break begins and other riders like Michael Mosiman, Cameron McAdoo, Brandon Hartranft, Luke Clout and more are all looking to finish the first half of the season with a bang. Stay tuned to MXA throughout the day as we will be bringing you rapid results, news, photos and more from San Diego.
250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
The qualifying is over with for the 250SX West class in San Diego and once again, Dylan Ferrandis is the fastest rider heading into the night show. The track in San Diego was completely groomed before the second and final round of qualifying got underway. The whoops are till proving to be the biggest challenge for the riders today. The first whoop section is smaller and at the moment more cupped out and rutted while the second set of whoops are big and steep right now in San Diego.
The top 40 riders transfer into the night show.
250SX GROUP A SESSION ONE QUALIFYING RESULTS
Dylan Ferrandis was once again the fastest qualifier in the 250 class. We still have one more session to go, but Dylan Ferrandis has been unbeatable when it comes to laying down a heater. Austin Forkner was the next best rider only a half of a second behind Dylan and Cameron McAdoo was a second a half behind Austin for second. The two whoop sections in San Diego are proving to be a huge difference maker for all of the 250 riders.