450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS | 2021 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS 2
The premier class is back in Rice-Eccles Stadium for the 17th and final round of the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross season. The field is being led by Cooper Webb and he may have the championship in the bag if he qualifies and does decent in the Main Event, but we’re still excited about the close battles and racing that we anticipate between the 450 riders. The track features two sets of whoops with a mixture of lines in one of the rhythm sections. We’re crossing our fingers that the battles are closer and that the track allows more than one line throughout the entire track. So who do you think will be the fastest around the second iteration of the Salt Lake City track? Scroll down below to find out as we report all the action LIVE from Rice-Eccles Stadium for the 17th and final round of the season.
Photos By Brian Converse
450 OVERALL QUALIFYING RESULTS
Dylan Ferrandis grabbed the holeshot off the gate during the second qualifying session and the fastest time in the second session. Chase Sexton ran in second place during qualifying with Cooper Webb in third place. A few laps later, Ken Roczen jumped up to first place. Jason Anderson set an extremely fast lap time but not quite as fast as Chase Sexton’s first qualifying time. Ken Roczen was then the fastest once again in the second session with a 41.81.
450 GROUP A FIRST QUALIFYING SESSION
Cooper Webb was quick to set a fast lap time but it was Malcolm Stewart who jumped to the top with his teammate, Dylan Ferrandis, following in second. Then a lap later, Jason Anderson moved to first place with Eli Tomac taking the charge in second. By the time the 450s started qualifying, the track was seriously chewed up, forming massive ruts. Chase Sexton was the first to break into the 41 second lap time for the 450s, setting a 41.7 and the current fastest lap time of the day.