2022 RED BUD NATIONAL // 250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

2022 REDBUD NATIONAL // 250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

It’s 4th of July weekend and that can only mean one thing, RedBuddddd! RedBud is easily one of our favorite rounds every season as the true motocross spirit gets unleashed and the fans go wild. The Lawrence brothers are still holding down the points lead with Jett in first, but there’s still plenty of other riders who have what it takes to contend with the two. So who do you think will take the overall? Will a 250 hit Larocco’s Leap? Find out down below as we report all the action LIVE from RedBud!

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250 OVERALL RACE RESULTS

Ryder DiFrancesco grabbed the holeshot in his first Pro National. However, his teammate Seth Hammaker would go flying off the track with a bent-up bike. Ty Masterpool would be on a redemption ride taking first place in front of a sea of factory riders on his practice bike.

The first moto winner, Jo Shimoda went down early with Rj Hampshire and Justin Cooper. The only two riders who remained to be consistent were Hunter Lawrence and Stilez Robertson as the two chased each other in second and third. Jett Lawrence had a rough start due to a tough gate pick after the first moto, but would be found in sixth place by 24 minutes. Ty made a mistake allowing Hunter Lawrence to make the pass for first place.

With 22 minutes left, Jett Lawrence had made his way up to fourth place and would eventually just barely squeeze past Ty for second place. Stilez Robertson took fourth place away from Ryder Difrancesco but while trying to catch up to Ty, would slide out in the same place Seth Hammaker went flying. The two Lawrence brothers nearly collided as the two wrapped around the start turn almost trading paint with Jett taking the lead. With five minutes left, Jo had made quite the comeback now sitting in fifth place. Levi Kitchen also entered the mix as he made the pass on Ty Masterpool for third place. Jo eventually got around Ty and was soon in Levi Kitchen’s rear view mirror. Jett would win the second moto but Jo would take the overall.

POS. # RIDER Moto Finishes
1 30 Jo Shimoda 1 3
2 96 Hunter Lawrence 2 2
3 50 Stilez Robertson 3 5
4 24 RJ Hampshire 4 6
5 59 Levi Kitchen 9 4
6 42 Ty Masterpool 8 8
7 32 Justin Cooper 7 9
8 29 Michael Mosiman 6 10
9 1 Jett Lawrence 35 1
10 49 Nathanael Thrasher 10 7
11 47 Seth Hammaker 5 15
12 36 Maximus Vohland 11 11
13 523 Ryder DiFrancesco 14 12
14 43 Carson Mumford 13 13
15 411 Nicholas Romano 12 16
16 80 Enzo Lopes 15 18
17 31 Jalek Swoll 20 14
18 74 Derek Kelley 18 17
19 68 Preston Kilroy 16 22
20 329 Matthew Leblanc 19 19
21 38 Joshua Varize 17 25
22 174 Luca Marsalisi 23 20
23 194 Lance Kobusch 22 21
24 995 Christopher Prebula 21 24
25 172 Tommy Rios 25 23
26 350 Chandler Baker 26 27
27 604 Max Miller 28 28
28 242 Garrett Hoffman 27 29
29 777 James Harrington 31 30
30 220 Cole Harkins 30 31
31 388 Brandon Ray 24 38
32 874 Zack Williams 37 26
33 544 Noah Willbrandt 29 34
34 881 Gerald Lorenz III 32 33
35 247 Brock Papi 34 35
36 435 Marcus Phelps 40 32
37 44 Pierce Brown 36 36
38 343 Carter Biese 39 39
39 162 Maxwell Sanford 38 40
40 331 Derek Drake 33
41 85 Hunter Sayles 37

250 MOTO 1 RACE RESULTS

Hunter Lawrence was quick off the line with his brother chasing in second. Jo Shimoda joined the party and snuck into second as his teammate and new Pro rider, Ryder DiFrancesco, went down in the second turn. Jo went for a passing attempt only for Jett Lawrence to benefit off his mistake, passing for second. Jo rejoined the battle and pretty soon the top three were on each other’s rear fenders. At the 18 minute mark, Jett just barely slid by his brother Hunter for the lead. And in devastating fashion, Jett’s bike blew at the halfway minute mark, forcing him to walk back to the factory rig.

With four minutes left, Jo turned the heat on high making several passing attempts at first place. A minute later, Jo made the pass on Hunter for first. The rest of the field eventually fell of tremendously as on the final lap, Jo Shimoda had already gained a 15 second lead on second place’s Hunter Lawrence.

POS. # RIDER INTERVAL
1 30 Jo Shimoda 17 Laps
2 96 Hunter Lawrence +21.687
3 50 Stilez Robertson +33.722
4 24 RJ Hampshire +34.613
5 47 Seth Hammaker +46.412
6 29 Michael Mosiman +52.232
7 32 Justin Cooper +53.639
8 42 Ty Masterpool +53.768
9 59 Levi Kitchen +1:01.585
10 49 Nathanael Thrasher +1:12.513
11 36 Maximus Vohland +1:18.689
12 411 Nicholas Romano +1:46.767
13 43 Carson Mumford +1:57.242
14 523 Ryder DiFrancesco +2:08.328
15 80 Enzo Lopes +2:32.430
16 68 Preston Kilroy 16 Laps
17 38 Joshua Varize +06.469
18 74 Derek Kelley +07.125
19 329 Matthew Leblanc +09.701
20 31 Jalek Swoll +21.345
21 995 Christopher Prebula +24.787
22 194 Lance Kobusch +26.778
23 174 Luca Marsalisi +35.846
24 388 Brandon Ray +1:17.943
25 172 Tommy Rios +1:19.217
26 350 Chandler Baker +1:28.020
27 242 Garrett Hoffman +1:35.449
28 604 Max Miller +1:52.428
29 544 Noah Willbrandt +1:56.482
30 220 Cole Harkins +2:00.257
31 777 James Harrington +2:19.180
32 881 Gerald Lorenz III 15 Laps
33 331 Derek Drake 10 Laps
34 247 Brock Papi +1:17.439
35 1 Jett Lawrence 9 Laps
36 44 Pierce Brown +41.006
37 874 Zack Williams 8 Laps
38 162 Maxwell Sanford +3:35.550
39 343 Carter Biese 3 Laps
40 435 Marcus Phelps DNF

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