Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac earned his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship Title in the 450SX Class at the season finale, Round 17 Presented by the Utah Sports Commission inside Rice-Eccles Stadium. Tomac won the title by 25 points after a smart ride to finish fifth
Both the 450 and 250 championships go down to the final round on Sunday following thrilling races in Salt Lake City in the early hours of Thursday morning UK time. Eli Tomac missed out on clinching the title a round early as he finished second behind Cooper Webb following a
Red Bull KTM's Cooper Webb grabbed his tenth career 450SX Class win, his third of the season, after a tight battle that lasted for most of the race; the win moves Webb to second in the points standings. Second place went to Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Zach Osborne, matching
Shane McElrath and current champ Chase Sexon share the points lead after the second of the 250 East clashes in the Salt Lake City Supercross - the first ever AMA SX held on a Wednesday night US time.
It was the early hours of Thursday morning UK time when Colt Nichols
Cooper Webb took his second SX main event win of the year in the second of the Salt Lake City Supercrosses last night, as Eli Tomac extended his series lead over rival Ken Roczen. This time it was a night race, and the revamped track was less dusty than Sunday's
Check out the highlights of Ken Roczen's main event from the Salt Lake City Supercross.
Check out the official highlights from the return to 450 SX in Utah.
Kawasaki's Eli Tomac started the second half of the supercross season as he finished the first, with a victory to extend his series lead with six rounds remaining. He started the day three points in front of Ken Roczen but left Utah eight in front as Roczen could only manage
There's Covid-19 and riots which has threatened the whole SX series and the return to racing tonight in Salt Lake City. But at least the final entry list is out!
1 Cooper Webb3 Eli Tomac4 Blake Baggett7 Aaron Plessinger9 Adam Cianciarulo10 Justin Brayton11 Kyle Chisholm15 Dean Wilson16 Zach Osborne20 Broc Tickle21
The Salt Lake City disturbances on Saturday
Riots in Salt Lake City just a few miles from the Supercross track in Rice-Eccles Stadium are threatening the return to professional racing today. After a three month halt to the AMA Supercross series due to Covid-19, the series is scheduled to start today