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Supercross takes an Easter break

With only two more rounds to go in the 2019 Supercross season, the series takes its usual hiatus for the easter weekend.

Straight after the break, the teams and riders head to New York and then on to Las Vegas for the season finale.

Sam Boyd Stadium

As it stands in all three classes no one rider stands out as a possible champion, as we all know Supercross can throw up some crazy shenanigans on any one night.

Cooper Webb has the biggest points advantage over Eli Tomac and Marvin Musquin, Tomac is looking so fast and will be Webb’s biggest worry going into NYC and Vegas. If you’re brave enough to pick a winner, feel free.

Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb in Denver

Over on the West coast, Adam Cianciarulo has an 8 point lead from Frenchman Dylan Ferrandis, with Colt Nicholls way off in third position.
Unless a complete disaster happens AC92 should be crowned champion in Vegas, but best not bet your house on that one though.

Adam Cianciarulo

Heading back to the East coast, seven points split the top three of Austin Forkner who could be out with a knee injury, as it stands there’s no confirmation from him or team as of yet. The impressive Chase Sexton is second followed by Justin Cooper in third. Austin’s injury could be the telling factor who’s crowned champion with two rounds still to play for in a season of great racing from all involved.

Justin Cooper
Current points standings.

Happy Easter ??

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