UPDATED 2022 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 5

UPDATED 2022 SUPERCROSS POINT STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 5

Round 5 was complete insanity as expected with the Triple Crown format at State Farm Stadium. The Glendale Arizona round proved several things, that there’s really only a couple left in the 250 class that have what it takes to win, and that there’s way too many in the 450 class that have what it takes to win. Obviously, in the 250 class, it’s a Christian Craig, Hunter Lawrence, Michael Mosiman, Jo Shimoda show; while in the 450 class, everyone in the top 10 leapfrogs for the top position. Regardless, we know the 450 field will continue to deliver heading into the upcoming rounds, while the 250 class will be more limited as to what kind of competition we will see. Scroll down below to read more on the action that happened during the wild round 5 and where your favorite riders land in the points.

We encourage you to click on the “RACE RESULTS” to get the full summary of the night. A lot went down during each of the Mains.

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Photos by Brian Converse


450 CHAMPIONSHIP POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 5 OF 17) – RACE RESULTS

It was an Eli Tomac night, as he grabbed not just one, but two holeshots, and would win two of the Mains. 

When’s the last time you saw the number 3 grab a holeshot? Well, we can’t remember either. Round 4 marked a turning point in Eli’s riding as he earned his first win on Yamaha but Round 5 has shown us an even more different Eli, one that is able to get to the front of the pack and almost make it look easy. Eli rode fantastic garnishing a 1-1-3 score in the night. Malcolm Stewart also would have his best ride in recent memory going second overall with a 3-2-4 with Chase Sexton following in third. However, one rider would surprise us with how well they were riding but a huge mistake in the second race would be costly. Jason Anderson went 2-12-2 and if he had not been stuck on the tuff block during the second Main, we expect the Kawi rider to have a spot on the podium.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 3 Eli Tomac 111
2 23 Chase Sexton 100
3 21 Jason Anderson 96
4 27 Malcolm Stewart 93
5 51 Justin Barcia 89
6 1 Cooper Webb 88
7 94 Ken Roczen 80
8 25 Marvin Musquin 80
9 14 Dylan Ferrandis 75
10 7 Aaron Plessinger 67
11 15 Dean Wilson 61
12 12 Shane McElrath 50
13 34 Max Anstie 44
14 41 Brandon Hartranft 40
15 10 Justin Brayton 33
16 54 Mitchell Oldenburg 33
17 17 Joey Savatgy 27
18 11 Kyle Chisholm 24
19 9 Adam Cianciarulo 23
20 26 Alex Martin 20
21 19 Justin Bogle 17
22 751 Josh Hill 13
23 200 Ryan Breece 12
24 61 Fredrik Noren 9
25 95 Justin Starling 6
26 78 Cade Clason 6
27 848 Joan Cros 2

Chase Sexton would remain second in the points after having a successful second overall.

Jason Anderson’s gap has closed on Chase as he’s now only four points away from his competitor. 


250 CHAMPIONSHIP POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 5 OF 10) – RACE RESULTS

It was clear that no one was dominating the Glendale track more than Christian Craig. But Vince Friese’s overly aggressive move in the second Main which sent Christian Craig flying through the air would pay off in Hunter Lawrence’s favor.

Hunter Lawrence would walk out with the overall win with a very solid 2-1-2. However, Christian Craig who would win the first and third race, would be hindered by his results in the second race. Heading towards the sand section, Christian Craig was clearly taking the outside and Vince Friese was taking the inside, in a less second decision, Vince elected to jump over sand barrier in between the lanes and punt his competitor over the tuff block, onto the concrete, and into the network wiring. As much of a deterrence it was to Craig, he still smoked the rest of the field making his way up to fourth place, going 1-4-1 and getting second overall. Jo Shimoda rode consistently but thanks to both Christian and Michael Mosiman being ejected from their bikes in the two later races, he would have his second and third race results (3rd in both) easily given. Christian still maintains a healthy lead on the rest of the competition.

POS. # NAME Total Points
1 28 Christian Craig 122
2 96 Hunter Lawrence 114
3 29 Michael Mosiman 99
4 30 Jo Shimoda 87
5 49 Nate Thrasher 79
6 62 Vince Friese 76
7 69 Robbie Wageman 64
8 910 Carson Brown 55
9 43 Carson Mumford 55
10 35 Garrett Marchbanks 54
11 31 Jalek Swoll 51
12 161 Cole Thompson 50
13 66 Chris Blose 46
14 47 Seth Hammaker 44
15 101 Dylan Walsh 41
16 74 Derek Kelley 38
17 98 Dominique Thury 32
18 64 Mitchell Harrison 30
19 40 Dilan Schwartz 26
20 67 Logan Karnow 26
21 58 Ryan Surratt 22
22 216 Devin Harriman 16
23 79 Hunter Schlosser 16
24 97 Jerry Robin 9
25 260 Dylan Woodcock 9
26 432 Kaeden Amerine 9
27 55 Justin Rodbell 8
28 503 Mcclellan Hile 7
29 914 Geran Stapleton 4
30 388 Brandon Ray 4
31 181 Wyatt Lyonsmith 3
32 141 Richard Taylor 2
33 726 Gared Steinke 2

Hunter’s consistent riding would keep him second in points.

Despite being ejected from the bike in the third race and having a rough go at the beginning of the first one, Michael’s ninth place overall finish would still keep him third in the points. 

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