TAKE AN ANIMATED LAP OF SATURDAY’S HIGH POINT NATIONAL MOTOCROSS TRACK

It’s just round 4 of 12, but it seems like there has been a different 450 winner for weeks on end—that’s because it has been a roller coaster ride for the first 3 rounds. Guess what? There has been a different winner at each of the first three rounds — Sexton at Pala, Anderson at Hangtown and Roczen at Thunder Valley. The only potential winner who hasn’t stood on the top step of the podium is Eli Tomac. Sadly, for Eli, he thought he was going to win in Colorado last Saturday as he pursued Sexton and Roczen…and Eli would have won, but with two corners to go to the checkers, Chase Sexton flopped over and Ken Roczen blitzed by to take the overall win with a 2-1 to Eli’s 1-3. Tomac wants to get his first 450 National motocross win of 2022 under his belt and that could happen at Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania, this Saturday.

The 250 class is not half as exciting as Jett Lawrence has won all three rounds so far—and has 12-point lead on his brother, Hunter, and a 38-point lead on Jo Shimoda in third place.

2022 450 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 3 of 12 rounds)
1. Chase Sexton (Hon)…134
2. Ken Roczen (Hon)…129
3. Eli Tomac (Yam)…120
4. Jason Anderson (Kaw)…111
5. Christian Craig (Yam)…92
6. Tony Cairol (KTM)…89
7. Ryan Dungey (KTM)…89
8. Justin Barcia (Gas)…74
9. Aaron Plessinger (KTM)…72
10. Shane McElrath (Hus)…65

2022 250 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 3 of 12 rounds)
1. Jett Lawrence (Hon)…139
2. Hunter Lawrence (Hon)…127
3. Jo Shimoda (Kaw)…101
4. Levi Kitchen (Yam)…100
5. Justin Cooper (Yam)…100
6. Michael Mosiman (Gas)…81
7. Seth Hammaker (Kaw)…77
8. Stilez Robertson (Hus)…74
9. Max Vohland (KTM)…63
10. Pierce Brown (Gas)…58

 

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