PARIS SUPERCROSS: KEN ROCZEN SWEEPS NIGHT TWO & TAKES “KING OF PARIS” CROWN

Ken Roczen (94) finally got a win over Eli Tomac when he won this weekend’s Paris Supercross 450 overall.

Justin Brayton finished third overall in the 450 class.

From right to left) Ken Roczen (94), Marvin Musquin (25), Eli Tomac (3), Cooper Webb (2), Justin Brayton (10) and Cedric Soubeyras (85).

Ken Roczen had a perfect night in Paris on day two, winning all three motos. Eli Tomac faltered off the line in the first moto to take a third behind Roczen and Musquin. The big show came in moto three and it was in doubt as Tomac dogged Kenny the whole way, but could not get close enough to make a pass. Roczen won all three motos in Sunday and with his first, second and third on Saturday night, he had the best two-day score and was crowned the “King of Paris” with 9 points, edging out Eli Tomac, who had two wins and second on Saturday and a third and two seconds on Sunday for a total of 11 points. Justin Brayton was third overall with 2-7-4-5-3-3 scores for 24 points.

Marvin Musquin lost a bunch of points to his Saturday night crash—without the crash he could have been on the overall podium.

Matt Moss Paris Supercross 2022Matt Moss swept all three 250 motos on Sunday and that was enough to give him a big win.

Australian Matt Moss dominated Sunday with a three-moto sweep of Sunday’s 250 races. When combined with his points from Saturday, Matt took the “Prince of Paris” 250 title by 5 points over Jace Owen. Unfortunately; Saturday’s three-moto winner, Chris Blose, crashed at the second start and another time in the main event, but still managed to earn enough points to finished third overall.

The final podium at Paris was Eli Tomac second, Ken Roczen first and Justin Brayton third.

TWO-NIGHT TOTAL FOR THE 450 OVERALL
(based on lowest combined moto finishes over two nights)
1. Ken Roczen (Hon)…9
2. Eli Tomac (Yam)…11
3. Justin Brayton (Hon)…24
4. Cooper Webb (KTM)…26
5. Marvin Musquin (KTM)…28
6. Cedric Soubeyras (Hon)…34
7. Gregory Aranda (KTM)…45
8. Anthony Bourdon (Yam)…54
9. Julien Roussaly (Yam)..56
10. Maxime Desprey (Yam)…59

Chris Blose 2022 Paris SupercrossAmerican Chris Blose won the SX2 class on Saturday night, but a crash in the whoops on Sunday cost him the “Prince of Paris” title. 

Matt Moss (102) used the inside gate to great effect on Sunday night.

TWO-NIGHT TOTAL FOR THE 250 OVERALL
(based on highest point total over two nights)
1. Matt Moss (Kaw)…96
2. Jace Owen (Hon)…91
3. Chris Blose (Kaw)…84
4. Cullen Park (Hon)… 73
5. Brice Maylin (GasGas)…66
6. Yannis Irsuto (Kaw)…66
7. Julien Lebeau( Kaw)…55
8. Lucas Imbert (Yam)…46
9. Quentin Prugnières (Kaw)…45
10. Thomas Do (Hon)…37

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