2020 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 2
The 2020 St. Louis Supercross if officially in the books and the point standings have now been updated with the latest results. The factory Yamaha boys, Justin Barcia and Justin Cooper would both finish second in St. Louis and they will hold onto their red plates for one more week. Austin Forkner and Ken Roczen both overcame injuries to get their first win back at round two. For Ken Roczen it had been three years since his last win, for Austin his last win was in 2019 before he tore his ACL. The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season is shaping up nicely and we’re excited to keep bringing you content from the season. For more coverage from St. Louis, click the link below.
2020 450 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 2
The 450 Main Event in St. Louis was a wild one. Ken Roczen managed to get the monkey off his back and win his first Main Event in three years. His win moved him up to sixth place in the point standings. Justin Barcia was one of many riders who is sick right now, but he still soldiered on to finish a very impressive second in St. Louis and keep his points lead. Adam Cianciarulo was fast once again, but mistakes cost him big time this Saturday. He tangled with Zach Osborne and didn’t go down, but almost did and he lost three spots. Then after passing back into fourth, on the last lap Adam went down and finished seventh in St. Louis. Jason Anderson finished third and is now tied with Cianciarulo for third in the points chase and Cooper Webb struggled hard with a chest infection and he only could manage to finish 12th.
250 WEST 2020 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 2
The second round of the 250SX West Coast regional Championship was very eventful! Justin Cooper came in hot with the points lead, but he had Dylan Ferrandis and Austin Forkner behind him desperately wanting that top spot. It was Austin Forkner who got off to the early lead at round two in St. Louis in front of his friends and family. Missouri is Austin’s home state and he was motivated to win. Dylan Ferrandis was around ninth or tenth around the first turn and once again the track went straight from the start into a long rhythm section. Alex Martin got sketchy and shot left into Michael Mosiman and then Michael was forced into Dylan Ferrandis’ way and he had nowhere to go. Ferrandis and Mosiman went down and unfortunately Ferrandis who came into the night second in the points, could only come back to finish 15th. Justin Cooper recovered from a mid pack start to finish second place behind Austin Forkner who took the win. Now going into round three, Justin Cooper holds a five point lead over Forkner and Brandon Hartranft shot into third place in the points after scoring his first ever podium finish in St. Louis.