2022 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS // 450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS (UPDATED)

2022 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS // 450 RACE RESULTS

Coming into San Diego, it’s Justin Barcia who holds the points lead and the red plate in the 450 class. He’s followed by Jason Anderson and Cooper Webb who are both tied for second, 3-points behind Barcia. Aaron Plessinger is fourth in points, 4-points back with Tomac and Roczen tied for fifth, 5-points off Barcia. Things are close coming into Round three and a long whoop sections mixed with slick straightaways will make for some exciting racing.

Motocross Action is on hand at San Diego covering all of the action. See below for results from the Heat races, LCQ and 250 Main Event as they are updated throughout the night. Click the Full Coverage link for more cool articles from San Diego.

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450 MAIN EVENT RESULTS // SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS

Chase Sexton wins his first 450 Main Event!

Chase Sexton was finally able to get his first 450 Main Event win after grabbing the start, passing Marvin Musquin and pulling away. Behind him there was lots of chaos, including Jason Anderson coming through the pack all the way to second and then dropping back slowly due to a bike malfunction. *Justin Barcia was docked one position after taking out Justin Bogle, he moved from 8th to 9th

POS. # RIDER
1 23 Chase Sexton
2 3 Eli Tomac
3 14 Dylan Ferrandis
4 1 Cooper Webb
5 27 Malcolm Stewart
6 7 Aaron Plessinger
7 94 Ken Roczen
8 21 Jason Anderson
9 51 Justin Barcia
10 25 Marvin Musquin
11 10 Justin Brayton
12 34 Max Anstie
13 12 Shane McElrath
14 15 Dean Wilson
15 41 Brandon Hartranft
16 54 Mitchell Oldenburg
17 11 Kyle Chisholm
18 751 Josh Hill
19 200 Ryan Breece
20 26 Alex Martin
21 19 Justin Bogle
22 61 Fredrik Noren

Chase Sexton was up front early in the 450 Main Event start. 

Justin Barcia on the charge. 

Jason Anderson was on the gas, he took out Ken Roczen in the corner after the whoops in what looked like an accident, and he passed Eli Tomac in the same spot. 

450 LCQ RESULTS // SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS

Adam Cianciarulo will miss the San Diego Supercross Main Event. 

Surprisingly, after Adam Cianciarulo pulled off in his Heat race, he did not line up for the LCQ. Also missing from the LCQ is Joey Savatgy after his first turn crash with Plessinger. Both Joey and Adam are nursing injuries. Kyle Chisholm got out front early and rode a smooth race to take the win. After his rough LCQ last weekend, Ryan Breece made it through safely in second place this time. Freddie Noren was third with Josh Hill fourth, but Noren slid out after the whoops and dropped back to fourth. Then, Alex Ray saw an opportunity and tried to dive bomb Freddie, but he hit the back wheel of Noren and went down hard. Noren, somehow stayed on two wheels and took the final transfer spot into the Main event.

POS. # RIDER
1 11 Kyle Chisholm
2 200 Ryan Breece
3 751 Josh Hill
4 61 Fredrik Noren
5 78 Cade Clason
6 848 Joan Cros
7 447 Deven Raper
8 282 Theodore Pauli
9 57 Kevin Moranz
10 722 Adam Enticknap
11 95 Justin Starling
12 837 Bryson Gardner
13 981 Austin Politelli
14 99 RJ Wageman
15 421 Vann Martin
16 976 Joshua Greco
17 87 Alex Ray
18 501 Scotty Wennerstrom
19 360 Aaron Siminoe
20 9 Adam Cianciarulo
21 17 Joey Savatgy
22 114 Nick Schmidt

450 HEAT RACE 2 RESULTS

Jason Anderson wins Heat 2!

There was a first turn pile up in the second Heat race with Aaron Plessinger on top of Joey Savatgy. Joey was unable to rejoin the race as his front wheel was locked up from the crash, he limped off the track nursing his knee that has already been injured. Alex Martin grabbed the holeshot on his ClubMX Yamaha and led for the first lap and a half until Jason Anderson snuck up the inside of him. Jason rode a smooth race to take the win while Eli Tomac battled hard with Justin Barcia, sneaking by him in the corner after the whoop section. Chase Sexton was buried in the pack early, but he caught up to Barcia and Tomac in the final laps.

POS. # RIDER
1 21 Jason Anderson
2 3 Eli Tomac
3 51 Justin Barcia
4 23 Chase Sexton
5 27 Malcolm Stewart
6 12 Shane McElrath
7 26 Alex Martin
8 54 Mitchell Oldenburg
9 7 Aaron Plessinger
10 200 Ryan Breece
11 981 Austin Politelli
12 722 Adam Enticknap
13 447 Deven Raper
14 87 Alex Ray
15 282 Theodore Pauli
16 421 Vann Martin
17 837 Bryson Gardner
18 360 Aaron Siminoe
19 9 Adam Cianciarulo
20 17 Joey Savatgy

Eli Tomac looks fast in San Diego. He pushed hard to make the pass on Barcia.

Justin Barcia destroying the berm after the finish line.

450 HEAT RACE 1 RESULTS

Cooper Webb grabbed the first 450 Heat win of the night.

Cooper Webb grabbed the holeshot in the first heat race with Musquin and Roczen right behind him. Marvin was able to get by Roczen, then he was passed by the Honda rider for a brief moment, and then Marvin got by him again. Cooper Webb had a slight gap, but Musquin and Roczen began to close on the final two laps. Dean Wilson was forced off the track on the first lap, but he put on a charge from about 15th to 8th to qualify straight into the Main Event.

POS. # RIDER
1 1 Cooper Webb
2 25 Marvin Musquin
3 94 Ken Roczen
4 10 Justin Brayton
5 14 Dylan Ferrandis
6 19 Justin Bogle
7 34 Max Anstie
8 15 Dean Wilson
9 41 Brandon Hartranft
10 751 Josh  Hill
11 11 Kyle Chisholm
12 78 Cade Clason
13 61 Fredrik Noren
14 95 Justin Starling
15 848 Joan Cros
16 57 Kevin Moranz
17 99 RJ Wageman
18 501 Scotty Wennerstrom
19 976 Joshua Greco
20 114 Nick Schmidt

Ken Roczen battled with the KTM boys, but finish third in his Heat.

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