Musquin wins Southwick | Ferris & Lawrence both in Top Ten

2019 AMA Pro Motocross

Round Six – Southwick

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The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, reached the halfway point of the 2019 season on Saturday with its annual visit to New England’s infamous The Wick 338.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Pits JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick

The most storied sand track in American motocross was the setting for an exceptional day of racing at the MB Tractor & Equipment Southwick National, where Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin took his second straight 450 Class victory.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Pits JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick

In the 250 Class, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo added to his dominant start to the season with his fifth victory in six rounds.


450 Moto One

Musquin picked up where he left off to start the opening 450 Class moto by grabbing the MotoSport.com Holeshot over Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Musquin Tomac Starts JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Musquin, Tomac

The Frenchman dropped the hammer on the opening lap to establish a lead over the field, while Tomac, the reigning series champion, began to drop positions, first to Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen and then to Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Zach Osborne. This shuffled Tomac off the podium and into the clutches of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb.

Musquin was able to distance himself from everyone else and soon enjoyed a multi-second lead.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Musquin JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Musquin

As the moto wore on, Roczen started to lose pace and lost his hold of second to Osborne.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Roczen JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Roczen

Tomac was able to regroup from his sluggish start and march his way back to the front. The Kawasaki man got around Roczen to get back into podium contention in third, and continued to push his way up to Osborne. The rookie held the champ at bay for a few laps, but Tomac made an impressive pass to return to third. However, by this point Musquin was simply too far out front.

Musquin was flawless en route to his second moto win of the season, with a wire-to-wire effort that saw him take the checkered flag 9.1 seconds ahead of Tomac. Osborne followed solidly in third, with Webb fourth and JGRMX Suzuki’s Fredrik Noren earning a season-best moto result in fifth.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Musquin JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Musquin

Roczen, who led the points multiple times this season and has two overall wins to his credit, continued to lose ground, eventually dropping outside the top 10 for a season-worst 12th-place finish.

450 Moto One Results

Pos Rider Bike Interval
1 Marvin Musquin KTM 16 Laps
2 Eli Tomac KAW +09.113
3 Zachary Osborne HQV +24.280
4 Cooper Webb KTM +37.136
5 Fredrik Noren SUZ +41.215
6 Justin Barcia YAM +43.854
7 Jason Anderson HQV +55.702
8 Dean Ferris YAM  +1:00.718
9 Benny Bloss KTM  +1:15.255
10 Blake Baggett KTM  +1:19.344
11 Justin Bogle KTM  +1:32.735
12 Ken Roczen HON  +1:34.872
13 Henry Miller KTM  +1:52.914
14 James Weeks YAM  +2:12.480
15 John Short HON 15 Laps
16 Ryan Dowd SUZ  +06.866
17 Coty Schock KTM  +15.916
18 Aaron Plessinger YAM  +24.511
19 Tyler Bowers KAW +27.218
20 Toshiki Tomita HON +30.002
21 Chris Canning KAW +38.096
22 Tristan Lane KTM  +48.968
23 Conor Sheridan KTM  +1:04.250
24 Aaron Lampi KTM  +1:08.168
25 Ben Lamay HON  +1:11.307
26 TJ  Albright KTM  +1:28.064
27 Eric Grondahl HQV  +1:34.497
28 Brian Borghesani KTM  +1:43.675
29 Derrick Barnaby HQV  +1:47.937
30 Isaac Teasdale SUZ  +1:48.370
31 Taiki Koga KAW +1:53.493
32 Jeremy Smith HON +2:04.213
33 Jared Lesher HON +2:31.012
34 Jacob Runkles KTM 14 Laps
35 Tyler Stepek YAM 10 Laps
36 Joseph Savatgy KAW 7 Laps
37 Dakota Kessler YAM  +2:11.009
38 Nick Fratz-Orr KTM  5 Laps
39 Heath Harrison KAW 2 Laps
40 Lorenzo Locurcio KAW DNF

450 Moto Two

The final moto of the afternoon saw Webb capture the MotoSport.com Holeshot, with Osborne and Musquin in tow while Tomac found himself just outside the top 10.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Starts JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick

Webb had a solid hold on the top spot, but a bobble on the opening lap opened the door for Osborne to storm into the lead, dropping Webb into second just ahead of his hard-charging teammate.

Musquin gave chase, but just after the completion of the opening lap Roczen, who was looking to rebound from his tough first moto, passed him for third. Roczen didn’t stop there. He kept his charge going and after a persistent chase of Webb, he successfully made the pass for second. Not long after that, Musquin took advantage of an opportunity to pass Webb for third.

AMAMX Rnd Florida Roczen Musquin Multiple JK MX Florida
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Musquin, Roczen

The intense battle between Roczen, Musquin and Webb allowed Osborne to open a gap of more than three seconds. Roczen briefly settled into second, but Musquin was able to attack and take away the position.

As all this action unfolded, Tomac quietly moved his way up into the top five and had the lead group in his sights. Roczen started to lose pace again a little more than 10 minutes into the moto, and quickly fell from third to fifth as both Webb and Tomac got around. The German continued to drop back deep into the top 10.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Webb JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Cooper Webb

Tomac proceeded to stalk Webb for third as they approached the halfway point of the moto. The KTM rider was able to hold off the champ for several laps, but Tomac eventually made the pass and move into podium position. At this point, Tomac went to work to try and chip away at his deficit to the lead duo. He sat about three seconds behind Musquin for second, and after several laps he closed to within a few bike lengths of his longtime rival. Musquin responded by picking up his pace, responding to the threat.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Musquin Tomac Osborne Multiple JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Musquin, Tomac, Osborne

Out front, Osborne managed the moto with the poise of a veteran, despite being a rookie in the 450 Class. The 29-year-old rider took his first moto win in the premier division by 11.1 seconds over Musquin, who capped off his winning afternoon with a second. Tomac soldiered home in third.

Musquin’s 1-2 effort also sees him as the only rider to claim back-to-back victories thus far this season. He also successfully defended his Southwick win from a year ago.


Marvin Musquin 1-2

“Qualifying first meant a whole lot coming into the races today. I was so pumped to grab the holeshot in the first moto! It was a long moto, when you lead like that the whole time it feels like forever but it was super important to win that one because everyone was right there. I didn’t get the same start in the second moto but I worked my way through to second and it was good for the overall. It was tough out there physically, but we stayed consistent and came away with the overall.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Musquin Podium JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Marvin Musquin

Zach Osborne 3-1

“I had a really good day,” Osborne said. “I did struggle badly in qualifying but all-in-all I had a good day with 3-1 finishes. I was able to get my first moto-win in the 450 class and I’m super stoked to get that out of the way and really happy to just keep making progress.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Osborne JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Zach Osborne

Cooper Webb 4-4

“Southwick was a step in the right direction for me. The day went well and it’s definitely the best I’ve ridden so far. Heading to RedBud, I really enjoy racing there and hopefully I can get on the podium.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Webb JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Cooper Webb

Justin Barcia 6-6

“In moto one, on the start I clicked neutral and pretty much came from outside the top 30 to sixth. I felt like I rode well but not one of those races I’m really thrilled with. The second moto I just missed my gear and had a bad start. Just one of those days and we’ll keep plugging along. Red Bud is a good track for me and I’m looking forward to next weekend.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Barcia JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Justin Barcia

Dean Ferris 8-12

“I had a terrible start in moto one and had put in a really big fight. I am quite happy with the moto and wasn’t too far behind some really big guys. In moto two, i ended up going down and it was really physically demanding. I’m glad it’s over and we can focus on the next race.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Ferris JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Dean Ferris

450 Moto Two Results

Pos Rider Bike Interval
1 Zachary Osborne HQV 15 Laps
2 Marvin Musquin KTM +11.136
3 Eli Tomac KAW +19.516
4 Cooper Webb KTM  +31.965
5 Jason Anderson HQV +59.853
6 Justin Barcia YAM  +1:03.081
7 Fredrik Noren SUZ  +1:04.894
8 Joseph Savatgy KAW +1:07.970
9 John Short HON +1:36.526
10 Ken Roczen HON +1:45.303
11 Lorenzo Locurcio KAW +2:05.203
12 Dean Ferris YAM  +2:22.202
13 Justin Bogle KTM  14 Laps
14 Coty Schock KTM  +00.755
15 Tristan Lane KTM  +01.691
16 Aaron Plessinger YAM  +13.251
17 Ben Lamay HON +15.846
18 Blake Baggett KTM +21.678
19 Chris Canning KAW +25.342
20 Taiki Koga KAW +33.914
21 Isaac Teasdale SUZ  +53.743
22 Aaron Lampi KTM  +1:16.921
23 Eric Grondahl HQV  +1:25.791
24 Ryan Dowd SUZ  +1:34.599
25 Conor Sheridan KTM  +1:40.611
26 Tyler Stepek YAM  +1:45.449
27 James Weeks YAM  +1:52.421
28 Luke Neese HON +2:55.289
29 Shane Kelleher HON 13 Laps
30 Jacob Runkles KTM +02.883
31 TJ  Albright KTM +33.819
32 Jeremy Smith HON +1:15.088
33 Heath Harrison KAW 12 Laps
34 Brian Borghesani KTM  11 Laps
35 Nick Fratz-Orr KTM  8 Laps
36 Toshiki Tomita HON  5 Laps
37 Derrick Barnaby HQV  +16.462
38 Henry Miller KTM  4 Laps
39 Benny Bloss KTM  +1:14.766
40 Tyler Bowers KAW 3 Laps

450 Round Results

Pos Rider Bike M1 M2 Rnd PTS
1 Marvin Musquin KTM 1 2 47
2 Zachary Osborne HQV 3 1 45
3 Eli Tomac KAW 2 3 42
4 Cooper Webb KTM  4 4 36
5 Jason Anderson HQV  7 5 30
6 Justin Barcia YAM  6 6 30
7 Fredrik Noren SUZ  5 7 30
8 Dean Ferris YAM  8 12 22
9 Ken Roczen HON 12 10 20
10 John Short HON 15 9 18
11 Justin Bogle KTM 11 13 18
12 Blake Baggett KTM 10 18 14
13 Joseph Savatgy KAW 36 8 13
14 Benny Bloss KTM  9 39 12
15 Coty Schock KTM  17 14 11
16 Lorenzo Locurcio KAW 40 11 10
17 Aaron Plessinger YAM  18 16 8
18 Henry Miller KTM  13 38 8
19 James Weeks YAM  14 27 7
20 Tristan Lane KTM  22 15 6
21 Ryan Dowd SUZ  16 24 5
22 Ben Lamay HON 25 17 4
23 Chris Canning KAW 21 19 2
24 Tyler Bowers KAW 19 40 2
25 Taiki Koga KAW 31 20 1
26 Toshiki Tomita HON 20 36 1
27 Aaron Lampi KTM 24 22 0
28 Conor Sheridan KTM 23 25 0
29 Eric Grondahl HQV 27 23 0
30 Isaac Teasdale SUZ  30 21 0
31 TJ  Albright KTM  26 31 0
32 Tyler Stepek YAM  35 26 0
33 Brian Borghesani KTM  28 34 0
34 Jacob Runkles KTM  34 30 0
35 Jeremy Smith HON  32 32 0
36 Derrick Barnaby HQV  29 37 0
37 Heath Harrison KAW 39 33 0
38 Nick Fratz-Orr KTM  38 35 0
39 Luke Neese HON  / 28 0
40 Shane Kelleher HON  / 29 0
41 Jared Lesher HON  33 / 0
42 Dakota Kessler YAM  37 / 0

450 Championship Points

For the first time in 2019 a rider will sit atop the 450 Class standings for consecutive weekends, with Tomac maintaining his hold on the championship lead.

Musquin moved up to second place in the season standings on the back of his Southwick performance and is now 26-points adrift of Tomac.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Musquin Osborne Tomac Podium JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick

Ken Roczen, who finished a season-worst ninth (12-10), drops to third, 28-points off the championship lead.

Pos Name Bike Total
1 Eli Tomac KAW 257
2 Marvin Musquin KTM  231
3 Ken Roczen HON  229
4 Zachary Osborne HQV  227
5 Jason Anderson HQV  212
6 Cooper Webb KTM  202
7 Justin Barcia YAM  159
8 Dean Ferris YAM  136
9 Blake Baggett KTM  131
10 Justin Bogle KTM  117
11 Fredrik Noren SUZ  111
12 Cole Seely HON 59  
13 Ben Lamay HON 56  
14 Lorenzo Locurcio KAW 55  
15 Joseph Savatgy KAW 54
16 Justin Hill SUZ  51
17 Todd Waters HQV 46
18 Tyler Bowers KAW 46
19 Benny Bloss KTM  39
20 John Short HON  36
21 Henry Miller KTM  36
22 Jake Masterpool HON  35
23 Toshiki Tomita HON  21
24 Dylan Merriam HQV  18
25 James Weeks YAM  13
26 Taiki Koga KAW 12
27 Coty Schock KTM  11
28 Aaron Plessinger YAM  8
29 Kyle Chisholm SUZ  7
30 Tristan Lane KTM  6
31 Cody Cooper HON  6
32 Matthew Hubert HQV  5
33 Ryan Dowd SUZ  5
34 Erki Kahro KTM  5
35 Mathias Jorgensen HON  3
36 Chris Canning KAW  2
37 Dare Demartile HON  2
38 Felix Lopez KTM  1
39 Brandan Leith KAW 1
40 Heath Harrison KAW 1

250

The first 250 Class moto of the afternoon saw championship rivals Cianciarulo and Justin Cooper cross the MotoSport.com Holeshot side-by-side, with Cianciarulo just barely getting the edge aboard his Kawasaki.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Starts JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick

Cooper ultimately emerged with the early lead on his Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha, but Cianciarulo went on the attack and forced his way into the lead. From there, the points leader sprinted out to an advantage of just over two seconds by the time the field completed the opening lap.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Cianciarulo Multiple JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Cianciarulo

The Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/KTM duo of rookie Derek Drake and Shane McElrath followed right behind in third and fourth, respectively.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Ferrandis JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Ferrandis

Cianciarulo continued to build on his lead over Cooper, who soon settled into second. Behind them, the battle for third intensified between the KTM teammates, which ultimately allowed Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Dylan Ferrandis to close in from fifth. With pressure from behind, McElrath forced the issue on Drake and took over third.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Drake JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Drake

It wasn’t long before Ferrandis made his way around the rookie to move up to fourth. The focus then shifted to a head-to-head battle between McElrath and Ferrandis. Their pace allowed them to close in on Cooper in second, and as McElrath looked to potentially make a challenge for the runner-up spot, Ferrandis utilized some alternate lines to surge into third.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Ferrandis Multiple JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Ferrandis

The Frenchman was mere bike lengths behind his teammate for second, and appeared to be the faster rider. However, as he began to apply pressure he carried too much speed into a corner and went off track. While he was able to resume without losing a position, Ferrandis lost valuable time to Cooper that he’d be unable to recover.

Out front, Cianciarulo was dominant en route to his fifth moto win of the season. He crossed the line 11.1 seconds ahead of Cooper, who rode solidly in second the entire moto. Ferrandis held off a late charge from GEICO Honda’s RJ Hampshire to finish third, while Monster Energy Yamaha’s Colt Nichols rounded out the top five.

250 Moto One Results

Pos Rider Bike Interval
1 Adam Cianciarulo KAW 16 Laps
2 Justin Cooper YAM +11.124
3 Dylan Ferrandis YAM +15.525
4 RJ Hampshire HON +17.041
5 Colt Nichols YAM  +18.166
6 Shane McElrath KTM +42.781
7 Brandon Hartranft YAM +56.517
8 Ty Masterpool YAM +1:00.492
9 Hunter Lawrence HON +1:09.638
10 Alex Martin SUZ  +1:12.750
11 Cameron Mcadoo KTM  +1:27.158
12 Jacob Hayes YAM  +1:31.340
13 Chase Sexton HON +1:38.346
14 Jerry Robin KTM +1:45.880
15 Jordan Bailey HQV +1:49.194
16 Kyle Peters SUZ  +1:50.204
17 Nick Gaines YAM  +1:51.308
18 Ramyller Alves KTM  +2:06.933
19 Mitchell Oldenburg YAM  +2:19.840
20 Justin Thompson YAM  15 Laps
21 Derek  Drake KTM  +04.348
22 Martin Davalos KAW +11.869
23 Gabe Gutierres KTM  +18.833
24 Kevin Moranz KAW +33.652
25 Cody Williams HQV  +42.934
26 Joshua Prior HQV  +53.790
27 Jake Pinhancos KAW +56.325
28 Hayden Halstead YAM  +1:12.053
29 Corey Ridel HQV  +1:31.280
30 Joshua Berchem KTM  +1:32.436
31 James Harrington YAM  +2:09.197
32 Bryton Carroll YAM  +2:26.313
33 Jeffrey Walker HON 14 Laps
34 Aaron Zielfelder HON +02.459
35 Jonathan Mayzak KTM +19.970
36 Stephen Czarnota KTM +31.839
37 Cody Williams KTM +43.877
38 Austin  Brooks YAM +2:18.710
39 Walter White KTM 13 Laps
40 Zane Merrett KTM 6 Laps

250 Moto Two

Cianciarulo made it a clean sweep of the MotoSport.com Holeshots when he emerged from the first turn with the lead to start Moto 2. Cycle Trader Yamaha’s Brandon Hartranft followed in second, with Red Bull KTM’s Cameron McAdoo in third, just ahead of both Ferrandis and Cooper.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Starts JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick

Cianciarulo tried to duplicate the early pace he showed in the first moto, but the field kept him within reach. Ferrandis proved to be the first rider to make a move, fighting his way around both McAdoo and Hartranft to surge from fourth to second. Just about a second separated the lead pair as they came to complete Lap 1.

Cianciarulo and Ferrandis started to inch away from the rest of the field, setting up a two-rider showdown for the win. This forced Cooper to dig deep from fifth, and he successfully got around McAdoo for fourth. A lap later he worked his way by Hartranft to take over third, but faced more than an eight-second deficit to the top two. Up front, the gap between Cianciarulo and Ferrandis hovered around a second for half of the moto, with the duo trading fast laps.

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Ferrandis Multiple JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Ferrandis

As the moto surpassed the halfway point, Ferrandis began to lose patience and started to force the issue. He was able to learn in his pursuit of the Kawasaki and found a couple spots on the track where he could make a move.

With about 13-minutes left in the moto, the Frenchman pulled the trigger and sped by Cianciarulo, who put up little fight knowing he still had the overall in hand. Once out front, Ferrandis was able to quickly build an insurmountable advantage. He carried on to take his second win in the last three motos, 10.6-seconds over Cianciarulo, while Cooper followed in a distant third.

Cianciarulo’s 1-2 effort gave him the sixth overall victory of his career, five of which have come this summer alone. He also became the 27th different winner in 34 seasons of 250 Class racing in Southwick.


Adam Cianciarulo 1-2

“I try to make good decisions [when I’m out there]. The more I mature as a racer, the more you just learn [how to handle situations],” explained Cianciarulo. “I managed that [second moto], for sure. I’m not sure if I had Dylan’s pace in that [second] moto. He deserved that one. I tried to follow, but I’ll admit, I was a little bit fatigued. We still leave here with another win, and it’s amazing what we continue to accomplish as a team.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Cianciarulo JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Cianciarulo

Dylan Ferrandis 3-1

“I feel like even with the heat, I’m still alright. It’s nice to get another moto win. We improved between the motos after going the wrong way for moto one. We talked a lot and we figured it out for moto two. I’m exhausted but happy to be up here and we’ll go after the overall again next weekend.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Ferrandis JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Ferrandis

Justin Cooper 2-3

“The track was the roughest I’ve ever ridden Southwick. Not that I’ve been here much, but even watching it on TV has never seemed to be this rough. I made some good changes between motos but the breaking bumps were really tightening my back up and I just wanted to make sure we maintained through the whole moto. It was gnarly and a really physically and mentally demanding track. I gave it my all out there today.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Cooper JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Justin Cooper

Colt Nichols 5-11

“Bike was great all day and I’m honestly happy with the changes we have made in the past week or so. Conditions were brutal. The typical Southwick rough and tough you could say. I’m bummed I had a crash first lap of the second moto but that’s racing. We get to try again next weekend.”

AMA MX Rnd Southwick Nichols JK MX Southwick
2019 AMA Pro Motocross – Round Six – Southwick – Nichols

250 Moto Two Results

Pos Rider Bike Interval
1 Dylan Ferrandis YAM 15 Laps
2 Adam Cianciarulo KAW +10.690
3 Justin Cooper YAM  +28.357
4 RJ Hampshire HON +41.007
5 Alex Martin SUZ  +52.192
6 Cameron Mcadoo KTM  +1:01.582
7 Shane McElrath KTM  +1:01.870
8 Brandon Hartranft YAM  +1:17.963
9 Jacob Hayes YAM  +1:20.057
10 Nick Gaines YAM  +1:27.269
11 Colt Nichols YAM  +1:49.882
12 Ramyller Alves KTM  +1:56.727
13 Hunter Lawrence HON  +2:04.333
14 Mitchell Oldenburg YAM  +2:21.530
15 Ty Masterpool YAM  +2:28.314
16 Kevin Moranz KAW 14 Laps
17 Jerry Robin KTM  +09.403
18 Jordan Bailey HQV  +27.973
19 Hayden Halstead YAM  +32.039
20 Justin Thompson YAM  +53.572
21 Zane Merrett KTM  +1:02.268
22 Joshua Prior HQV  +1:35.238
23 Derek  Drake KTM  +1:38.267
24 Jake Pinhancos KAW +1:41.747
25 Corey Ridel HQV  +1:58.652
26 Joshua Berchem KTM  +2:05.808
27 Aaron Zielfelder HON  +2:36.150
28 Jonathan Mayzak KTM  +2:47.798
29 James Harrington YAM  13 Laps
30 Stephen Czarnota KTM  +35.171
31 Bryton Carroll YAM  +35.921
32 Cody Williams KTM  +1:06.856
33 Hunter Stempel HON  +1:29.476
34 Austin  Brooks YAM  +1:39.885
35 Kyle Peters SUZ  9 Laps
36 Cody Williams HQV  +29.752
37 Gabe Gutierres KTM  6 Laps
38 Jeffrey Walker HON  5 Laps
39 Walter White KTM  +39.788
40 Martin Davalos KAW 4 Laps

250 Round Results

Ferrandis’ win in the second moto carried him to back-to-back runner-up finishes (3-1), while Cooper earned his fifth overall podium result of the season in third (2-3).

Pos Rider Bike M1 M2 Rnd PTS
1 Adam Cianciarulo KAW 1 2 47
2 Dylan Ferrandis YAM  3 1 45
3 Justin Cooper YAM  2 3 42
4 RJ Hampshire HON 4 4 36
5 Shane McElrath KTM 6 7 29
6 Alex Martin SUZ 10 5 27
7 Brandon Hartranft YAM 7 8 27
8 Colt Nichols YAM 5 11 26
9 Cameron Mcadoo KTM 11 6 25
10 Jacob Hayes YAM 12 9 21
11 Hunter Lawrence HON 9 13 20
12 Ty Masterpool YAM  8 15 19
13 Nick Gaines YAM  17 10 15
14 Ramyller Alves KTM  18 12 12
15 Jerry Robin KTM  14 17 11
16 Mitchell Oldenburg YAM  19 14 9
17 Jordan Bailey HQV  15 18 9
18 Chase Sexton HON  13 8
19 Kevin Moranz KAW  24 16 5
20 Kyle Peters SUZ  16 35 5
21 Hayden Halstead YAM  28 19 2
22 Justin Thompson YAM  20 20 2
23 Derek  Drake KTM  21 23 0
24 Joshua Prior HQV  26 22 0
25 Jake Pinhancos KAW 27 24 0
26 Corey Ridel HQV  29 25 0
27 Joshua Berchem KTM  30 26 0
28 James Harrington YAM  31 29 0
29 Gabe Gutierres KTM  23 37 0
30 Zane Merrett KTM  40 21 0
31 Aaron Zielfelder HON  34 27 0
32 Cody Williams HQV  25 36 0
33 Martin Davalos KAW 22 40 0
34 Jonathan Mayzak KTM  35 28 0
35 Bryton Carroll YAM  32 31 0
36 Stephen Czarnota KTM  36 30 0
37 Cody Williams KTM  37 32 0
38 Jeffrey Walker HON  33 38 0
39 Austin  Brooks YAM  38 34 0
40 Walter White KTM  39 39 0
41 Hunter Stempel HON  / 33 0

250 Class Championship Standings

Cianciarulo was able to add to his lead in the 250 Class standings, where he now enjoys a 23-point lead over Cooper. Ferrandis remains solidly in third, 37 points out of the lead.

Pos Name Bike Total
1 Adam Cianciarulo KAW 269
2 Justin Cooper YAM 246
3 Dylan Ferrandis YAM 232
4 Colt Nichols YAM 178
5 Chase Sexton HON 167
6 RJ Hampshire HON 165
7 Hunter Lawrence HON 162
8 Michael Mosiman HQV 148
9 Alex Martin SUZ  143
10 Shane McElrath KTM  108
11 Ty Masterpool YAM  83 
12 Brandon Hartranft YAM  73 
13 Jacob Hayes YAM  72 
14 Garrett Marchbanks KAW 63 
15 Cameron Mcadoo KTM  58
16 Wilson Todd KTM  56
17 Martin Davalos KAW 54
18 Derek  Drake KTM  50
19 Christian Craig HON  48
20 Jordan Bailey HQV  48
21 Jordon Smith KTM  38
22 Kyle Peters SUZ  36
23 Mitchell Oldenburg YAM  31
24 Nick Gaines YAM  30
25 Pierce Brown KTM  18
26 Jerry Robin KTM  15
27 Ramyller Alves KTM  13
28 Kevin Moranz KAW 11
29 Thomas Covington HQV 10
30 Killian Auberson KTM
31 Justin Thompson YAM 5
32 Challen Tennant KTM 4
33 Martin Castelo HQV 4
34 Zane Merrett KTM 3
35 Yusuke Watanabe YAM 2
36 Hayden Halstead YAM 2

Up Next

The second half of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship begins next Saturday, July 6, with American motocross’ own Independence Day tradition from Michigan’s legendary RedBud MX.

Source: MCNews.com.au

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