Jett Lawrence Bounces Back to Win at Thunder Valley, Haiden Deegan Extends Lead

The Pro Motocross Championship stormed into the Rocky Mountains for a thrilling Round 3 at Thunder Valley Motocross Park. The high-altitude test saw a variety of weather conditions, but one thing remained constant: intense racing action.

450 Class

Jett Lawrence - Thunder Valley National

Jett Lawrence (2-1) returned to the top step of the podium in Colorado.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Jett Lawrence (Team Honda HRC) rebounded from a crash last week to capture a dramatic win and reassert himself in the title fight. His brother, Hunter Lawrence (Team Honda HRC), nearly stole the show with a first-moto victory, but Jett edged him out in the second moto for the overall win. Justin Cooper (Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing) rode consistently to secure his first career 450 Class podium finish in third place overall.

Moto 1

Hunter Lawrence - Thunder Valley National

Hunter Lawrence (1-2) just missed out on his first 450 Class victory
but now sits atop the championship standings.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Hunter Lawrence took the early lead with Jett close behind. The brothers battled for the top spot throughout the moto, ultimately with Hunter claiming victory by eight seconds. Cooper followed in third, while Justin Barcia (Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing) and Aaron Plessinger (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) rounded out the top five.

Justin Cooper - Thunder Valley National

Justin Cooper (3-3) spent most of the afternoon out front
and earned his first career 450 Class podium result.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Moto 2

Cooper grabbed the holeshot again, but a determined Chase Sexton (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) charged through the field to take second. Sexton then challenged Cooper for the lead, but a mistake forced him back. Jett Lawrence capitalized, passing his brother Hunter for the win. The Lawrence brothers finished 1-2, with Cooper a close third.

Jett Lawrence spoke about his win: "Going into the second moto, my legs were shot, but I dug deep and just kept telling myself to stay there. I capitalized on a mistake by Hunter and kept going after JCoop. I didn't necessarily expect to be up here, but it feels awesome after last weekend."

Overall: The identical moto finishes resulted in a tie for points, but Jett's second-moto win gave him the tiebreaker over Hunter. This marks Jett's 13th career win.

250 Class

Haiden Deegan - Thunder Valley National

Haiden Deegan (1-2) captured his third straight win of the season.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Haiden Deegan (Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing) continued his dominant run, extending his points lead with a third consecutive overall victory. Chance Hymas (Team Honda HRC) enjoyed a breakout day, grabbing his first career podium finish with a runner-up effort. Tom Vialle (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) rounded out the top three.

Moto 1

Deegan battled Vialle for the lead, ultimately reclaiming the top spot after a brief slip-up by Vialle. Levi Kitchen (Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki) finished third.

Moto 2

Chance Hymas - Thunder Valley National

Chance Hymas (4-1) enjoyed a breakout afternoon with a runner-up effort.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Hymas surprised everyone with a commanding wire-to-wire victory. Deegan followed closely in second, with Jo Shimoda (Team Honda HRC) securing third.

Haiden Deegan commented on his win: "We had the overall and now we have three [wins] in a row. The hard work is paying off."

Hymas was emotional after his breakout performance: "I'm speechless right now. There was a point in time where I didn't think this was possible. I'm just grateful to be here."

Tom Vialle - Thunder Valley National

Tom Vialle (2-4) finished on the podium for the third time this season.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Next Up

The Pro Motocross Championship heads to legendary High Point Raceway in Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania for Round 4 on June 15th. Catch all the live streaming action on Peacock. Purchase tickets today at www.MOTO.events

Sexton Takes Top Spot at Hangtown, Lawrence Streak Ends in Dramatic Pro Motocross Round

The 2024 Pro Motocross Championship delivered another thrilling chapter at the historic Hangtown Motocross Classic, leaving fans buzzing and the championship battle wide open. Under scorching California sun, Chase Sexton (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) stole the show in the 450 Class, while Haiden Deegan (Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing) extended his lead in the 250 Class.

240602 Chase Sexton - Hangtown Motocross Classic

Chase Sexton made an emphatic statement with a memorable 1-1 performance.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Sexton Shocks the Field with Dominant Performance

The 450 Class saw Jett Lawrence's (Team Honda HRC) perfect record come to an end after a first-moto crash. However, the day belonged to Sexton, who showcased incredible grit and determination. After starting fifth in the first moto, he fought his way through the pack, capitalizing on mistakes and eventually overtaking Hunter Lawrence (Team Honda HRC) for a stunning victory.

240602 Hunter Lawrence - Hangtown Motocross Classic

Hunter Lawrence earned a second straight runner-up finish (2-4).
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

The second moto saw Justin Cooper (Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing) grab the holeshot, but Aaron Plessinger (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) quickly took the lead. Sexton, despite falling early, mounted an impressive comeback, passing Hunter Lawrence and Cooper before a dramatic final lap saw him overtake teammate Plessinger for a remarkable 1-1 moto sweep and the overall win.

240602 Aaron Plessinger - Hangtown Motocross Classic

Aaron Plessinger (7) led almost the entirety of Moto 2 en route to third overall (5-2).
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

This marks Sexton's first victory since the 2022 season and ends a 49-race winless streak for KTM. He now leads the 450 Class championship by eight points over Hunter Lawrence, with Plessinger in third.

240602 Haiden Deegan - Hangtown Motocross Classic

Haiden Deegan has opened the season with back-to-back wins (1-2).
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Deegan Maintains Dominance in the 250 Class

In the 250 Class, Haiden Deegan continued his impressive run, overcoming a crash in the second moto to secure the overall win with consistent 1-2 finishes. Tom Vialle (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) put in a strong performance to finish second, while Levi Kitchen (Monster Energy Kawasaki) rounded out the podium. Deegan now leads the 250 Class championship by 13 points over Kitchen, with Vialle in third.

240602 Tom Vialle - Hangtown Motocross Classic

Tom Vialle’s second moto win vaulted him to a runner-up finish (4-1).
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

240602 Levi Kitchen - Hangtown Motocross Classic

Levi Kitchen enjoyed a solid 3-3 effort for third overall.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Looking Ahead

The Pro Motocross Championship continues next Saturday, June 8th, with the third round at Thunder Valley Motocross Park in Lakewood, Colorado. Get your tickets today!

Fox Raceway Roars to Life as Pro Motocross Opens with Dominant Performances!

Fire up the grills, folks, because motocross is back! The 53rd season of the Pro Motocross Championship kicked off this past weekend under sunny skies at Fox Raceway in Pala, California. And let me tell you, the racing was nothing short of spectacular!

Jett Lawrence Makes History (Again!)

240526 Jett Lawrence - Fox Raceway National

Jett Lawrence remained unbeaten in 450 Class competition
and is now 24-0 to begin his premier class career.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

The reigning SuperMotocross World Champion, Jett Lawrence, picked up right where he left off last year. The young Aussie dominated the premier 450 Class, extending his win streak to a mind-blowing 24 consecutive motos! That's right, you read that correctly – 24 wins in a row! Talk about a hot streak!

His older brother, Hunter Lawrence, made a strong debut in the 450 Class, finishing a close second overall. The Lawrence brothers going head-to-head? This championship is already shaping up to be epic!

Deegan Takes Control in the 250 Class

240526 Haiden Deegan - Fox Raceway National

Haiden Deegan captured his third career win following a 1-1 moto sweep.
Photo Credit: MX Sports Pro Racing, Inc.

Local hero Haiden Deegan put on a show for the hometown crowd in the 250 Class. Deegan rode with impressive control and determination, grabbing a dominant 1-1 victory. Levi Kitchen gave him a good run for his money, finishing a solid second overall.

New Season, New Faces

It wasn't just the established stars who shone at Fox Raceway. With a new season comes a fresh crop of talent, and riders like Chance Hymas and Jalek Swoll showed they'll be contenders throughout the year.

Looking Ahead

The Pro Motocross train doesn't stop here! Next weekend, we head north to California's Prairie City SVRA for Round 2, the Michael's Reno Powersports Hangtown Motocross Classic. Buckle up, motocross fans, because this season promises to be a wild ride! Head over to www.MOTO.events to get tickets!

Chase Sexton Triumphs at Supercross Final, Jett Lawrence Clinches Title in Rookie Season

Chase Sexton - First place 450SX Class – Salt Lake Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc

First place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Chase Sexton claimed victory at the final round of the 2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season, marking his second win of the season. The event, held at Rice-Eccles Stadium, also saw Jett Lawrence of Team Honda HRC secure his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship in the 450SX Class, becoming only the third rider in history to do so in his rookie season.

Justin Cooper - Second place 450SX Class – Salt Lake Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc

Second place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Cooper Webb - Third place 450SX Class – Salt Lake Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc

Third place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The day began with a weather delay, but the storm passed, and the racing commenced, showcasing thrilling battles and crowning four Supercross champions. In the 450SX Class, Justin Cooper of Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing delivered a standout performance, securing second place, while Cooper Webb, also of Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing, finished third overall in the season, despite riding injured.

Jett Lawrence - Seventh place 450SX Class – Salt Lake, Supercross Champion - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Seventh place 450SX Class, Supercross Champion – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

In the 250SX Class, the Dave Coombs Sr. East/West Showdown saw Haiden Deegan of Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing emerge victorious, claiming his first East/West Showdown win. RJ Hampshire of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing and Tom Vialle of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing clinched the Western Regional 250SX Class and Eastern Regional 250SX Class titles, respectively.

Haiden Deegan - First place 250SX Class – Salt Lake Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc

First place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

RJ Hampshire - Second place 250SX Class, Salt Lake - Western Regional 250SX Class Champion - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc

Second place 250SX Class, Western Regional 250SX Class Champion
Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Tom Vialle - Eighth place 250SX Class, Eastern Regional 250SX Class Champion - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc

Eighth place 250SX Class, Eastern Regional 250SX Class Champion
Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The event also marked the conclusion of the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship, with Cole Davies of Troy Lee Designs GASGAS emerging victorious.

Cole Davies - First place SX Futures Class, Salt Lake - SX Futures Champion - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place SX Futures Class, SX Futures Champion – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The 2024 Monster Energy Supercross season, with its season-long battles and memorable moments, sets the stage for the 11-round outdoor season of Pro Motocross, promising more thrilling action and competition.

For fans looking to support a worthy cause, the Love Moto Stop Cancer auction, benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s fight against childhood cancer, concludes on May 13th. Visit SupercrossLIVE.com/St-Jude to participate.

Tickets for the Pro Motocross season and all three SuperMotocross World Championship rounds are on sale now at www.MOTO.events. Don't miss out on the opportunity to witness the excitement of motocross firsthand!

Dominant Jett Lawrence Extends Points Lead in Philadelphia!

History Made in the City of Brotherly Love

Lincoln Financial Field roared to life as it hosted its first-ever Supercross event, marking the return of the sport to Philadelphia for the first time since 1980. This 43-year gap between races is the longest in the sport's history. The 250SX Class also made its Pennsylvania debut, adding another layer of excitement to the electric atmosphere.

Jett Lawrence - First place 450SX Class - Philadelphia Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Team Honda HRC's Jett Lawrence continued his scorching run in the 2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season, grabbing the holeshot and leading wire-to-wire for a dominant victory in Philadelphia. This win marks Lawrence's seventh of the year and extends his already impressive championship points lead to a commanding 12 points with just two rounds remaining.

Podium Battles Round Out the Night

Chase Sexton - Second place 450SX Class - Philadelphia Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

While Lawrence controlled the front of the pack in the 450SX Class, a fierce battle unfolded behind him for the remaining podium spots. Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Chase Sexton put on a late charge, clawing his way up to second place. Monster Energy Kawasaki's Jason Anderson made a daring outside line pass in the final corner to secure the final podium position in a thrilling finish.

Jason Anderson - Third place 450SX Class - Philadelphia Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Anstie Claims First Win in Dramatic 250SX Race

Max Anstie - First place 250SX Class - Philadelphia Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The Eastern Regional 250SX Class delivered a heart-stopping main event. Fire Power Honda's Max Anstie fought his way from fifth place at the start all the way to the checkered flag for his first win of the season. Series leader Red Bull KTM's Tom Vialle started poorly but managed to salvage a valuable second-place finish, extending his points lead to 15 points with one round left. Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing's Haiden Deegan trailed Vialle closely throughout the race, securing third place and keeping himself in contention for the championship.

Tom Vialle - Second place 250SX Class - Philadelphia Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Haiden Deegan - Third place 250SX Class - Philadelphia Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Supercross Season Heats Up as Denver Awaits

With only two rounds remaining, the intensity is cranked to the max! Next up is Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, on May 4th. Don't miss a second of the action as the championship chase reaches its climax.

Experience the drama and adrenaline of Supercross live! Tickets are still available for the remaining rounds. Every race of the 28-round SuperMotocross World Championship, including playoffs and the final round, will be streamed live and on-demand on Peacock. Fans can also catch next-day encore presentations on CNBC, with select races broadcasted on NBC, USA Network, and more.

Giving Back - Love Moto Stop Cancer Supercross Auction

Love Moto Stop Cancer Supercross

Don't miss the annual Love Moto Stop Cancer Supercross auction kicking off on April 29th! This incredible event raises money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Race-worn gear from the sport's top racers will be up for grabs, so head to supercrosslive.com/st-jude to bid and support a great cause!

For tickets, visit www.MOTO.events. Don't miss a moment of the thrilling conclusion to the 2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season!

Jett Lawrence Takes Back the Lead in Nashville Supercross!

Nashville Supercross Delivered Drama and a Points Shakeup

The Monster Energy Supercross season heated up in Nashville, Tennessee, with championship points leads changing hands in both the 450SX Class and the 250SX Class.

Jett Lawrence - First place 450SX Class – Nashville Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Jett Lawrence, Team Honda HRC, secured a convincing victory in the 450SX Main Event, reclaiming the red plate after a four-round winless streak. Eli Tomac, Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing, grabbed the holeshot but eventually finished second. Cooper Webb, also of Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing, came in third, dropping him back five points behind Lawrence in the standings.

Eli Tomac - Second place 450SX Class – Nashville Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Lawrence Ecstatic About Returning to the Top Spot

"I hate losing," Lawrence said in the post-race interview. "But [I'm] really pumped to come out and get it done here... This [win] is leading in the good direction, so hopefully we keep it going."

Cooper Webb - Third place 450SX Class – Nashville Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Hampshire Dominates Inaugural East/West Showdown

RJ Hampshire - First place 250SX Class – Nashville Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The 250SX Class saw the first-ever East/West Showdown, where riders from both regions battled it out. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's RJ Hampshire emerged victorious, grabbing the holeshot and pulling away from the pack. This win also propelled him to the top spot in the Western Regional 250SX Class point standings.

A Night of Firsts and Close Calls

Jo Shimoda - Second place 250SX Class – Nashville Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Team Honda HRC's Jo Shimoda secured a strong second-place finish in the Showdown, while Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Tom Vialle took third. Vialle's performance earned him enough points to take the lead in the Eastern Regional 250SX Class championship.

Tom Vialle - Third place 250SX Class – Nashville Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Up next, Illadelph!

The Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship continues next weekend in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for Round 15.

Cooper Webb Ties in Championship Points Following a Stellar Victory at Foxborough Supercross

Cooper Webb - First place 450SX Class – Foxborough Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The electrifying round 13 of the 2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season witnessed Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Cooper Webb dominate at Foxborough’s Gillette Stadium. Leading every lap, Webb not only clinched his fourth win of the year but also spectacularly closed an eight-point deficit, tying up the championship stakes as the series heads into its final stretch.

Chase Sexton and Ken Roczen Bring Fierce Competition

Chase Sexton - Second place 450SX Class – Foxborough Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Amidst the challenging weather conditions, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Chase Sexton and Progressive Insurance ECSTAR Suzuki’s Ken Roczen gave exhilarating performances. Sexton, pushing hard till the final lap, closely trailed Webb and secured a strong second-place finish. Meanwhile, Roczen maintained his position in the front runners, completing the podium placements, thereby adding to the nail-biting intensity of the race.

Ken Roczen - Third place 450SX Class – Foxborough Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Haiden Deegan Is Back!

Haiden Deegan - First place 250SX Class – Foxborough Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

In the Eastern Regional 250SX Class, Haiden Deegan of Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing emerged triumphant, marking his second win of the season. The victory is a significant morale booster for Deegan, narrowing the points gap in the regional championship. Cameron McAdoo and Tom Vialle also made notable strides, battling through to finish in admirable positions amidst a diverse field of skilled riders.

250SX Class podium – Foxborough Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

250SX Class podium (riders left to right) Cameron McAdoo, Haiden Deegan, and Tom Vialle.
Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

SX Futures Class: The Emerging Talents

Drew Adams - First place Futures Class – Foxborough Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place SX Futures Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The Futures Class saw Drew Adams from Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green take top honors, demonstrating impressive resilience and skill. His performance, coupled with strong finishes from Gavin Towers and Luke Fauser, underscored the rising talent pool in Supercross, setting the stage for thrilling future competitions.

Next Up!

As the Supercross season progresses to its next destination at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, anticipation builds for the East/West 250SX Class Showdown. With each race crucial for championship points counting towards the SuperMotocross World Championship, the stakes have never been higher.

Don't miss the chance to experience the adrenaline and excitement live. Get your tickets for Supercross Round 14 at Nissan Stadium and join in the action! Purchase your tickets at www.MOTO.events.

Capeway Rovers Motorcycle Club

Capeway Rovers Motorcycle Club, located in Middleboro, Massachusetts, is not your average motocross track. Founded in 1934, Capeway Rovers boasts the title of the oldest on the East Coast. Its rich history stretches back to a humble beginning behind a Chase Chevrolet dealership in Bourne, Massachusetts. But like a true champion, Capeway Rovers weathered the storm of eminent domain, relocating in 1951 to its current 60-acre throne nestled amongst cranberry bogs.

This hallowed ground has witnessed motocross royalty carve their legacies in the dirt. Local titans like Dick Bettencourt, Jo Jo Keller, and Doug Henry all left their indelible mark at Middleboro. Over 800 races later, Capeway Rovers remains a cornerstone of motocross history.

Speaking of history, here's a juicy nugget for the motocross trivia: while Bernie Yelin of Southwick gets the official nod for inventing the backwards-falling starting gate, local lore claims that Capeway Rovers' own Dick Roy, father of motocross racer Dwight Roy, built a similar contraption years earlier. If that is true – Capeway Rovers might have been the OG of the gate drop!

Planning to catch Round 13 of Supercross in Boston? Why not extend your weekend and make your way to Capeway Rovers? Here's your ultimate itinerary for a weekend steeped in the rich aroma of two-stroke smoke and checkered flags:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

This itinerary is your gateway to a moto weekend unlike any other. So, pack right and prepare yourself!

Eli Tomac's Triumphant Return: A Night to Remember in St. Louis

Eli Tomac's performance at the St. Louis Triple Crown Supercross was nothing less than historic. Competing under the roof of The Dome at America's Center, Tomac, with the heart of a lion and the precision of a surgeon, clinched his first win of the season, marking a momentous comeback from an Achilles injury that sidelined him in 2023.

Eli Tomac - First place 450SX Class (1-1-1) - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 450SX Class (1-1-1) – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

At the helm of his Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing machine, Tomac didn't just race; he owned the track with a flawless 1-1-1 finish across the night's races. This victory not only served as a testament to Tomac's indomitable spirit but also stamped his name as the sixth victor in an already diverse winning roster this season. The soft yet unforgiving soil of the dome bore witness to a masterclass in motocross, rendering those in attendance and watching from afar in awe of his skill.

Cooper Webb - Second place 450SX Class (5-6-2) - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 450SX Class (5-6-2) – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Not far behind, Cooper Webb, Tomac's teammate, showcased resilience personified. Webb’s journey through the night’s races was a rollercoaster— from battling adversities in the first two rounds to securing a commendable second place with a (5-6-2) finish, undeniably displaying the raw unpredictability and the sheer thrill of the Triple Crown format. His consistent performance earned him the coveted Triple Crown championship, a feat that echoes the very essence of persistence.

Hunter Lawrence - Third place 450SX Class (8-2-4) - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 450SX Class (8-2-4) – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Rising star Hunter Lawrence of Team Honda HRC also had a night to remember, landing his first career 450SX Class podium. Finishing (8-2-4), Lawrence's ascent was accentuated by the serendipitous twist of fate as red cross flag infractions reshaped the race standings. His podium finish was a beacon of his burgeoning talent, poised to shine in the seasons to come.

Levi Kitchen - First place 250SX Class (1-1-1) - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place 250SX Class (1-1-1) – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The Western Regional 250SX Class was not without its spectacle, as Levi Kitchen seemingly defied the laws of gravity and expectation alike, sweeping the night with 1-1-1 race wins. Kitchen's dominance was a narrative of determination, marking another highlight for Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki. Close on his heels, Team Honda HRC’s Jo Shimoda and Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Jordon Smith battled through the pack to secure their spots on the podium, each telling a story of ambition and resilience.

Jo Shimoda - Second place 250SX Class (2-3-3) - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Second place 250SX Class (2-3-3) – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The night, however, was shadowed by an unfortunate incident involving Team Honda HRC’s Jett Lawrence, whose crash in Race 3 prompted a reshuffling of the championship points standings. The incident underscored the unpredictable nature of the sport, where triumph and tribulation are but two sides of the same coin.

Jordon Smith - Third place 250SX Class (3-2-4) - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Third place 250SX Class (3-2-4) – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

In the SX Futures, young Drew Adams, on the cusp of his 16th birthday, clinched another victory, hinting at a bright future ahead in the sport.

Drew Adams - First place SX Futures Class - St. Louis - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

First place SX Futures Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

As Supercross prepares to shift gears towards the final rounds of the season, the St. Louis showdown will undoubtedly be remembered as a chapter where legends like Tomac reminded us of the unyielding spirit of a champion and where emerging stars signaled the dawn of a new era in Supercross.

With eyes now set on Foxborough, the riders, teams, and fans alike gear up for the final sprint of what has been a breathtaking and wildly unpredictable 2024 season. One thing's for certain: the road to the championship is paved with tales of valor, resilience, and the relentless pursuit of glory. Get your tickets at MOTO.events

Cooper Webb Edges Out Sexton in Nail-Biting Seattle Supercross

Cooper Webb Clinched His Third Victory

Cooper Webb - First place 450SX Class, Seattle Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports inc.

First place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

In a heart-pounding showdown at Lumen Field, Cooper Webb of Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing clinched his third victory of the season in the 2024 Monster Energy Supercross series. The thrilling race saw Webb narrowly beating out Chase Sexton from Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, with fans on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Chase Sexton - Second place 450SX Class, Seattle Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports inc.

Second place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

The track conditions at Lumen Field were challenging, with deep ruts formed by earlier rain. Despite the difficult terrain, Webb and Sexton put on a spectacular show, battling fiercely for the lead. Ultimately, it was Webb who crossed the finish line first, with Sexton hot on his heels, less than a second behind.

Jett Lawrence - Third place 450SX Class, Seattle Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports inc.

Third place 450SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Jett Lawrence of Team Honda HRC also delivered a strong performance, finishing in third place despite facing setbacks earlier in the race. In the Western Regional 250SX Class, local favorite Levi Kitchen of Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki dominated the competition, securing a commanding win in front of his hometown crowd.

Reflecting on his victory, Webb praised the intense competition and expressed gratitude to his team and supporters. Sexton, while disappointed with his second-place finish, acknowledged the improvements in his performance and commended his team for their efforts. Lawrence, despite facing challenges during the race, remained positive and focused on securing a podium finish.

Kitchen Wins Hometown

Levi Kitchen - First place 250SX Class, Seattle Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports inc.

First place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

In the 250SX Class, Kitchen celebrated a well-deserved victory, highlighting the importance of perseverance and self-belief. RJ Hampshire of Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing and Jo Shimoda of Team Honda HRC rounded out the podium, showcasing their resilience and determination on the demanding track.

RJ Hampshire - Second place 250SX Class, Seattle Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports inc.

Second place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

Jo Shimoda - Third place 250SX Class, Seattle Supercross - Photo Credit- Feld Motor Sports inc.

Third place 250SX Class – Photo Credit: Feld Motor Sports, Inc.

As the series moves east for Round 12, anticipation is high for another thrilling race at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri. With the championship battle heating up, fans can expect more exhilarating action as the season progresses. Get tickets here!