2022 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS

2022 SUPERCROSS SEASON POINT STANDINGS

The 2022 Monster Energy Supercross is finally wrapped up and it was one of the most exciting seasons we have witnessed. From riders joining new teams to champions being crowned young and old, 2022 offered the first year where Supercross was finally back to normal. Two titles were already claimed before the final round held in Salt Lake City, Utah, but there was one still up for grabs. Jett Lawrence was the first of the three to clinch a title back at Foxborough, winning the championship on his Honda. Then, Eli Tomac made it happen in Denver, clinching the championship for Star Yamaha. Then in Salt Lake City, it was Christian Craig’s to win as he gathered a massive lead in the points. However, there were plenty of battles to be won when it came to the championship podium, especially in the 450 class with a fight for third place between Justin Barcia, Malcolm Stewart, and Marvin Musquin. So scroll down below to find out what happened after the gate dropped for the Main Events.

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450 POINT STANDINGS AFTER 17 ROUNDS

Eli Tomac won the championship back in Denver but second and third were still up for grabs in the premier class. As the 450 Main commenced, Justin Bogle would grab the holeshot but it would be Jason Anderson who would grab the lead after a few turns. As the leaders (Jason Anderson and Chase Sexton) continued their march, the battle for third became insane. First Marvin Musquin and Cooper Webb duked it out then Justin Barcia and Malcolm Stewart were battling for the podium position. Eventually, Malcolm would get around Justin Barcia but would be punted across the track as Justin Barcia retaliated. The stadium erupted as Malcolm eventually caught back up to Justin and the race would finish. Jason Anderson finished second in the points and Malcolm would finish in third.

Justin Barcia was penalized 10 points after his incident with Malcolm Stewart

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 3 Eli Tomac 359
2 21 Jason Anderson 350
3 27 Malcolm Stewart 314
4 25 Marvin Musquin 305
5 51 Justin Barcia 302
6 23 Chase Sexton 292
7 1 Cooper Webb 278
8 41 Brandon Hartranft 178
9 10 Justin Brayton 176
10 15 Dean Wilson 152
11 14 Dylan Ferrandis 141
12 94 Ken Roczen 133
13 19 Justin Bogle 114
14 11 Kyle Chisholm 109
15 26 Alex Martin 106
16 95 Justin Starling 103
17 200 Ryan Breece 103
18 12 Shane McElrath 101
19 7 Aaron Plessinger 97
20 62 Vince Friese 96
21 78 Cade Clason 77
22 54 Mitchell Oldenburg 65
23 61 Fredrik Noren 63
24 34 Max Anstie 55
25 57 Kevin Moranz 53
26 73 Benny Bloss 32
27 67 Logan Karnow 28
28 17 Joey Savatgy 27
29 9 Adam Cianciarulo 23
30 55 Justin Rodbell 22
31 981 Austin Politelli 18
32 711 Tristan Lane 15
33 848 Joan Cros 15
34 72 John Short 14
35 87 Alex Ray 14
36 129 Henry Miller 13
37 751 Josh Hill 13
38 35 Garrett Marchbanks 8
39 722 Adam Enticknap 8
40 285 Marshal Weltin 6
41 837 Bryson Gardner 6
42 58 Ryan Surratt 5
43 63 Jeremy Hand 5
44 84 Scott Meshey 3
45 91 Brandon Scharer 1

 

250 WEST POINT STANDINGS – RACE RESULTS

As the Main Event commenced, it would be the points leader Christian Craig who would grab the holeshot with second place in points, Hunter Lawrence, chasing in second. Eventually, Christian would play it safe letting several riders by and would even make a mistake after the whoops. However, Christian was able to get up right away and continue to ride on two wheels for the remainder of the race. His teammate Nate Thrasher would win but Christian Craig would win the 2022 250 West Championship. Hunter Lawrence would finish in second and Michael Mosiman would finish in third.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 28 Christian Craig 230
2 96 Hunter Lawrence 220
3 29 Michael Mosiman 197
4 30 Jo Shimoda 162
5 49 Nate Thrasher 152
6 62 Vince Friese 150
7 66 Chris Blose 120
8 35 Garrett Marchbanks 117
9 69 Robbie Wageman 109
10 31 Jalek Swoll 106
11 910 Carson Brown 92
12 43 Carson Mumford 80
13 74 Derek Kelley 78
14 98 Dominique Thury 65
15 161 Cole Thompson 50
16 64 Mitchell Harrison 50
17 58 Ryan Surratt 48
18 47 Seth Hammaker 44
19 101 Dylan Walsh 41
20 67 Logan Karnow 40
21 216 Devin Harriman 32
22 914 Geran Stapleton 30
23 432 Kaeden Amerine 28
24 40 Dilan Schwartz 26
25 79 Hunter Schlosser 16
26 260 Dylan Woodcock 15
27 97 Jerry Robin 13
28 503 Mcclellan Hile 13
29 158 Tre Fierro 10
30 388 Brandon Ray 9
31 55 Justin Rodbell 8
32 162 Maxwell Sanford 7
33 181 Wyatt Lyonsmith 7
34 167 Jesse Flock 3
35 509 Alexander Nagy 3
36 726 Gared Steinke 2
37 141 Richard Taylor 2
38 201 Jy Roberts 2

250 EAST POINT STANDINGS RACE RESULTS

As the championship was already won by Jett Lawrence back in Foxborough, second and third would still have to be crowned. Rj Hampshire would snag second place in the championship with Pierce Brown finishing in third.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 18 Jett Lawrence 192
2 24 Rj Hampshire 158
3 44 Pierce Brown 149
4 54 Mitchell Oldenburg 132
5 80 Enzo Lopes 117
6 90 Jordon Smith 116
7 48 Cameron McAdoo 114
8 81 Jace Owen 101
9 33 Austin Forkner 98
10 331 Derek Drake 88
11 38 Joshua Varize 78
12 715 Phillip Nicoletti 76
13 50 Stilez Robertson 67
14 11 Kyle Chisholm 64
15 140 Cullin Park 56
16 72 John Short 54
17 6 Jeremy Martin 42
18 129 Henry Miller 41
19 285 Marshal Weltin 39
20 39 Jarrett Frye 35
21 52 Kyle Peters 25
22 519 Joshua Cartwright 24
23 243 Hardy Munoz 23
24 70 Ramyller Alves 17
25 460 Michael Hicks 17
26 63 Jeremy Hand 16
27 59 Levi Kitchen 15
28 192 Jack Chambers 15
29 194 Lance Kobusch 15
30 508 Hunter Yoder 12
31 65 Grant Harlan 8
32 37 Coty Schock 8
33 247 Brock Papi 6
34 56 Josh Osby 6
35 604 Max Miller 4
36 89 Lane Shaw 3
37 75 Luke Neese 3
38 76 Devin Simonson 2
39 174 Luca Marsalisi 1
40 36 Max Vohland 1
41 330 Aj Catanzaro 1

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