250 EAST/WEST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS | 2021 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS 2

250 EAST/WEST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS | 2021 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS 2

The final round of the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross season is finally upon us and it brings one of the most exciting rounds of the year, having both of the 250 coasts battling it out for their championships. It’s a Star Yamaha field however as both coasts are being led immensely by BluCru boys. On the East, Colt Nichols commands the 250 field, while Justin Cooper holds down the West. The two are also typically fast qualifiers with Justin Cooper landing in first more often than not. The track shows some more variety than the round prior, with several line options in the rhythm section following the start straight and two sets of whoops. The championships may be secured by their leaders but we’re still excited to see who on both coasts will perform the best on the traditional Supercross track layout. Scroll down below to find out who can circle the final Supercross layout the fastest and stay tuned to Motocross Action as we bring you all the action LIVE from the 17th round.

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Photos By Brian Converse

250 WEST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Justin Cooper was the fastest in the second session for the West Coast riders. 

Seth Hammaker was the first off the gate at the second qualifying session for the West Coast 250s with Cameron McAdoo in second. Cameron was the first rider to score the fastest lap time with his teammate close in second place. Seth Hammaker moved up to the top with Hunter Lawrence chasing in second. Kyle Peters was also riding well and sat in third place. Cameron McAdoo jumped up to the top passing his teammate with four minutes remaining. A lap later, Hunter Lawrence and Justin Cooper moved up to the first and second position.

POS. # NAME BEST TIME
1 32 Justin Cooper 41.864
2 150 Seth Hammaker 42.437
3 41 Hunter Lawrence 42.556
4 31 Cameron Mcadoo 43.014
5 35 Mitchell Harrison 43.150
6 48 Garrett Marchbanks 43.153
7 47 Jalek Swoll 43.153
8 59 Jarrett Frye 43.444
9 50 Enzo Lopes 43.446
10 45 Pierce Brown 43.453
11 56 Kyle Peters 43.670
12 69 Robbie Wageman 43.768
13 73 Derek Kelley 44.200
14 201 Cedric Soubeyras 44.304
15 464 Dominique Thury 44.516
16 77 Jerry Robin 44.562
17 90 Dilan Schwartz 44.913
18 72 Coty Schock 45.366
19 220 Ramyller Alves 45.406
20 951 Ryan Surratt 45.986

 

After the second qualifying session, Seth was awarded rookie of the year.

Hunter was close, but couldn’t match the speed of Justin’s fast laps in the second qualifying session.

250 EAST OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS

Michael was the fastest in the second qualifying session for the East Coast riders.

Michael Mosiman jumped to the top of the leaderboard at the beginning of the second qualifying session for the 250 East class. The lap times were slightly shorter than the first qualifying session, hanging back a second from the fastest lap times. Jett Lawrence then passed Michael Mosiman for the first place position with Thomas Do in third. A few laps later, Michael took his first place position back from the Australian.

POS. # NAME BEST TIME
1 18 Jett Lawrence 42.464
2 42 Michael Mosiman 43.072
3 30 Jo Shimoda 43.160
4 64 Colt Nichols 43.283
5 773 Thomas Do 44.034
6 241 Joshua Varize 44.572
7 55 John Short 44.722
8 95 Joshua Osby 44.807
9 88 Logan Karnow 45.415
10 125 Luke Neese 45.520
11 185 Wilson Fleming 45.748
12 193 Hunter Schlosser 45.978
13 170 Devin Simonson 46.266
14 124 Lane Shaw 46.848
15 914 Geran Stapleton 46.926
16 162 Maxwell Sanford 47.015
17 621 RJ Wageman 47.435
18 974 Brian Marty 47.913
19 625 Jonah Geistler 47.988
20 512 Austin Cozadd 48.731

 

Jett was second fastest in the second qualifying session.

250 EAST GROUP A FIRST QUALIFYING SESSION

Colt Nichols and Matt Winters pointing out the fast lines.

After the first qualifying session, the track was already considerably chewed up. Jett Lawrence was the first to snag a fast lap time with Thomas Do in second and Colt Nichols in third place. Michael Mosiman then moved up to third place but the fastest riders still remained a few seconds behind Justin Cooper’s lap time in the first qualifying session. A lap later, Michael Mosiman and Colt Nichols moved up to first and second, beating out Jett’s top position. A handful of laps later, the riders had started catching up to the fastest lap times with Jett Lawrence taking the charge, moving up to first place. Jo Shimoda moved up to third place while Colt stayed in fourth.

POS. # RIDER BEST TIME
1 18 Jett Lawrence 42.464
2 42 Michael Mosiman 43.072
3 30 Jo Shimoda 43.160
4 64 Colt Nichols 43.283
5 773 Thomas Do 44.034
6 241 Joshua Varize 44.572
7 55 John Short 44.722
8 95 Joshua Osby 44.807
9 88 Logan Karnow 45.715
10 185 Wilson Fleming 45.748
11 193 Hunter Schlosser 45.978
12 170 Devin Simonson 46.266
13 125 Luke Neese 46.401
14 124 Lane Shaw 46.848
15 914 Geran Stapleton 46.926
16 162 Maxwell Sanford 47.015
17 974 Brian Marty 47.986
18 621 RJ Wageman 48.150
19 625 Jonah Geistler 48.188
20 512 Austin Cozadd 48.731

Jo Shimoda was quick to jump up to third in qualifying.

250 WEST GROUP A FIRST QUALIFYING SESSION

After the incident in Atlanta 3 with Cameron McAdoo, it was reported that Garrett Marchbanks would face a 12-month probation period. This means he can still race but all AMA eyes are going to keep a close watch on him. 

Garret was first off the line in the first qualifying session with Hunter Lawrence in second. Mitchell Harrison chased in third place while the rest of the pack hung behind. Mitchell Harrison was first to set the fastest lap time with Garrett in second and Hunter in third. The Pro Circuit Kawi guys set some fast lap times, jumping up to second and third. It was quickly apparent that the lap times were incredibly short, with the average lap time hanging around the 43 second lap time. Then Justin Cooper moved to the first place position, with a 43.09. Seth Hammaker moved to second place with Cameron McAdoo in third place. Then Hunter Lawrence grabbed the first place position from the Star Yamaha rider, setting a 42.55 second lap time. Half a lap later, Seth Hammaker was the one to rise to the top with a 42.43. With a few minutes remaining, Justin Cooper jumped back to the top with a 41.86.

POS. # RIDER BEST TIME
1 32 Justin Cooper 41.864
2 150 Seth Hammaker 42.437
3 41 Hunter Lawrence 42.556
4 31 Cameron Mcadoo 43.014
5 35 Mitchell Harrison 43.150
6 48 Garrett Marchbanks 43.153
7 47 Jalek Swoll 43.153
8 59 Jarrett Frye 43.444
9 50 Enzo Lopes 43.446
10 45 Pierce Brown 43.453
11 56 Kyle Peters 43.670
12 69 Robbie Wageman 43.768
13 73 Derek Kelley 44.200
14 201 Cedric Soubeyras 44.304
15 464 Dominique Thury 44.516
16 77 Jerry Robin 44.562
17 90 Dilan Schwartz 45.025
18 220 Ramyller Alves 45.406
19 72 Coty Schock 45.884
20 951 Ryan Surratt 45.986

Hunter’s got some style too.

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