250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS | 2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS ROUND 15
The 250 West class is heating up. Dylan Ferrandis is leading the charge, however, Austin Forkner is on a mission to dethrone the 2019 West Coast Supercross champ. Austin won last Wednesday as he led from start to finish in the 250 West main event. Dylan Ferrandis had to work his way past a few riders, but by the time he got into second Austin was checked out. This is Ferrandis’ title to lose.
Austin isn’t known for being a fast qualifier. He hasn’t topped the pole in qualifying once this season. He turns up the heat when the gate drops. We are guessing that Ferrandis will be coming in with some heat in qualifying to prime him for the night show. Don’t forget about his teammate Justin Cooper, Cameron McAdoo and Michael Mosiman who all can mix things up in the series. Here is how 250 West qualifying tuned out in Salt Lake for round 15.
250 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
250 “A” SESSION 2 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
On the third lap of the final qualifying session, Jett Lawrence jumped into pole position by being the second 250 rider to break into the 43-second lap time barrier. Ferrandis who was fastest in the first session was second with Christian Craig, Hunter Lawrence and Forkner sitting in the top five. The lap Jett set on lap 3 second topped the second qualifying session, however the 43.890 lap time that Ferrandis set in the first session was enough to keep the first overall qualifying spot.
250 “A” SESSION 1 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
Dylan Ferrandis started off 250 A qualifying by breaking into the 43-second mark. Austin Forkner had a 44.607 on lap 7 but Ferrnaids was on fire. In the remaining minutes, Michael Mosiman and Jett Lawrence got in some hot laps to sit fourth and fifth on the pole. On Jett’s final lap on lap 11 he pushed Forkner out of the second spot with a 44.388, but no one but Ferrandis could break into the 43-second lap.