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Monster Energy Supercross Notes Package

Ryan Dungey

450SX Class: Houston Stats

The first 450SX Class race held in Houston was on March 15, 1974. Jim Pomeroy won the race on a Yamaha.

This will be the 49th time the gate will drop for a 450SX Class race in Houston.

From ’74-’02 the Supercross was held at the Houston Astrodome. The Astrodome hosted 36 races including double-headers every season from ’77-’83. This will be the 13th season in-a-row that the Houston Supercross will be held at NRG Stadium. NRG Stadium starting hosting the Houston Supercross in ’03.

 Ricky Carmichael won the last 450SX Class race ever held at the Houston Astrodome on a Honda in ’02. Chad Reed won the first-ever race in NRG Stadium on a Yamaha in ’03.

Houston was the site of the second 450SX Class race of all-time and was one of just two venues on the original 450SX Class schedule in ’74. Houston was also the second venue to ever host a double-header.

Bob Hannah, Mark Barnett, and Jeremy McGrath are tied for the most 450SX Class wins in Houston with five a piece. Hannah swept the double-header’s in Houston from ’78-’79. Barnett also won four straight in Houston by sweeping the double-header’s in ’81-’82. The two riders earned their fifth career 450SX Class wins in Houston together by splitting the ’83 Houston double-header.

McGrath became the fourth different rider to win three or more in-a-row in Houston by winning three straight from ’94-’96. He also won back-to-back in Houston from ’99-’00.

Jeff Ward, James Stewart, and Ryan Villopoto all have four 450SX Class wins in Houston. Ward became the third person to win four in-a-row in Houston but the first person to win Houston in four consecutive seasons. He did this from ’85-’88.

Stewart was the fifth rider to win three in-a-row in the 450SX Class in Houston. He did it from ’05-’07 and won again in ’09. Villopoto became the sixth rider to win three in-a-row in Houston, doing it from ’12-’14.

Damon Bradshaw is seventh on the all-time 450SX Class win list in Houston with three wins. He won three out of four races in Houston from ’90-’93.

Jimmy Ellis (’75, ’77), Carmichael (’01-’02), and Reed (’03-’04) are the only other riders to have multiple 450SX Class victories in Houston.

Three riders have earned their first career 450SX Class wins in Houston. Broc Glover in ’80 and Jim Weinert in ’76 did it in the Houston Astrodome. Trey Canard became the first rider to earn his first 450SX Class win in NRG Stadium in ’11.

Five riders have won the Houston Supercross in both the 250SX and 450SX Classes. They are: Jeff Emig, Ezra Lusk, Windham, Stewart, and Villopoto. Andrew Short, Davi Millsaps, Justin Barcia, and Jason Anderson are all active 450SX Class riders who could join this group with a 450SX Class win in Houston, as they already have 250SX Class wins in Houston.

KTM is looking for their first 450SX Class victory in Houston.

Suzuki has gone 31 straight seasons without winning a 450SX Class race in Houston.

Kawasaki has won seven of the 12 450SX Class races held at NRG Stadium, including the last three in-a-row. Honda has only won once in NRG Stadium.

Reed will be the only active 450SX Class rider to have a win in Houston.

450SX Class: Houston Wins By Brand (Last Win)

Yamaha: 15; (’09)
Kawasaki: 14; (’14)
Honda: 11; (’11)
Suzuki: 6; (’83)
Can-am: 2 (’77)

450SX Class: St. Louis Recap

Ryan Dungey earned his 20th career 450SX Class victory, tying him for eighth on the all-time Supercross win list with Jeff Ward. It was his sixth win of the season, which ties his career high of six in ’10.

The race was Dungey’s 96th career 450SX Class start and his 69th 450SX Class podium.

Dungey’s victory was KTM’s first 450SX Class win in St. Louis and it was their 15th 450SX Class win of all-time.

In ’07, Stewart (450SX Class) and Villopoto (250SX Class) combined for five race sweeps. In ’15, Dungey (450SX Class) and Musquin (250SX Class) have already combined for five race sweeps. The record for race sweeps by brand in one season is nine by Honda in ’91, but it was done by five different riders.

KTM has six 450SX Class wins this season and Honda has four. This could be the first time KTM ever had the most brand wins in a 450SX Class season.

Dungey has mathematically eliminated every rider except for two in the Championship Standings. With an 80 point lead, he will be looking to shave that down to just one rider in Houston.

Eli Tomac finished second place for the third time this season. It was his seventh podium of the season and ninth career 450SX Class podium.

Tomac has yet to be mathematically eliminated from title contention and is still riding at an up-front pace. He will be trying to make it two of three in Houston.

Anderson earned his second career 450SX Class podium with a third place finish. It was his first podium finish since the opening race of the season.

Cole Seely rode to his fourth consecutive top-five finish and seventh total top-five finish of the season. Seely and Dungey are the only riders to have a top-five finish in the past four races.

Weston Peick grabbed his fourth top-five finish of the season with a fifth. It was his seventh top-10 finish of the season.

Peick has been running up front in races all year long, but is still searching for his first career 450SX Class podium. Is Houston where he can get on the box?

Josh Grant finished in sixth place in St. Louis. It was his sixth top-10 finish of the season. Grant is having his best 450SX Class season since he had 13 top-10 finishes, including a victory, in ’09.

Millsaps earned a seventh place finish in St. Louis. It was his fourth straight top-10 finish. Millsaps is one start away from his 125th career 450SX Class start.

Reed finished in eighth for his 11th top-10 finish of the season. It was his 183rd career 450SX Class start.

Broc Tickle rode to a ninth place finish in St. Louis. It was his eighth straight top-10 finish and his 35th all-time 450SX Class top-10 finish.

Blake Baggett rounded out the top-10 in St. Louis. He has a top-10 finish in 10 of the past 11 450SX Class races.

Seely, Anderson, and Baggett are all still looking to become rookie winners in the 450SX Class. They have all finished on the podium at some point in the season and Seely and Anderson both just finished in the top-five together. Can one of these riders breakthrough for their first 450SX Class victories?

Nick Wey made his 181st career 450SX Class start and finished 12th.

250SX Class Stats: Houston

The first 250SX Class race held in Houston was on April 20, 1985. Eddie Warren won the race on a Kawasaki.

This will be the 31st time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race in Houston.

Matt Walker won the last 250SX Class race held at the Houston Astrodome in ’02. Brock Sellards won the first 250SX Class race at NRG Stadium in ’03.

Travis Preston gave Husqvarna their one and only 250SX Class victory in Houston in ’01.

Windham and Christophe Pourcel are the only riders to win the 250SX Class race in Houston two consecutive seasons.

Blake Wharton broke a 17 season winless drought for Suzuki in the 250SX Class race in Houston in ’13.

KTM has won the last two of three 250SX Class races in Houston with Ken Roczen in ’12 and Anderson in ’14.

250SX Class: Houston Wins By Brand (Last Win)

Kawasaki: 12; (’10)
Suzuki: 6; (’13)
Yamaha: 5; (’03)
Honda: 4; (’11)
KTM: 2; (’14)
Husqvarna: 1; (’01)

250SX Class: Houston First Time Winners

Willie Surratt: ’86
Emig: ’90
Jimmy Gaddis: ’93
Shae Bentley: ’00
Travis Preston: ’01
Walker: ’02
Austin Stroupe: ’08

250SX Class: San Diego Recap

Cooper Webb earned his fourth career 250SX Class victory with his win in San Diego. It was his eighth career podium and 14th top-10 finish in 15 career 250SX Class starts.

The victory was Yamaha’s first 250SX Class win in San Diego since Jason Lawrence in ’08.

When the Western Regional 250SX Class series returns in Houston, will Webb be able to hold onto his 30 point lead in the standings?

Shane McElrath earned his first career 250SX Class podium with a second place finish. He now has seven career top-10 finishes in 15 career 250SX Class starts.

Can McElrath work off of his career best podium finish and earn his first career 250SX Class victory?

Tyler Bowers earned his third podium of the season with a third place finish. Bowers now has four career 250SX Class podiums and 15 career top-10 finishes in 17 career 250SX Class starts.

Bowers is one of three riders to have three podium finishes through the first six races of the Western Regional 250SX Class. Webb and Jessy Nelson are the other two.

Josh Hansen, making his 63rd career 250SX Class start, earned his 28th career 250SX Class top-five finish with a fourth.

Can Hansen get on the podium after a seasons best top-five finish in San Diego?

San Diego was Hansen’s best finish of the season and his first top-five finish in the 250SX Class since February 5, 2011 when he won the second Anaheim. He did have two top-five finishes in the 450SX Class during that time span.

Alex Martin, making his 33rd career 250SX Class start, earned his second career top-five finish with a fifth. He is one of eight riders to have five top-10 finishes in the Western Regional 250SX Class and he has 17 in his career.

Zach Osborne earned his sixth top-10 finish of the season with a sixth place finish in San Diego. He now has 26 top-10 finishes in 36 career 250SX Class starts. He is also one of just three riders to have a top-10 finish in each race this season. Webb and Nelson are the other two.

Zach Bell earned his third top-10 finish of the season with a seventh place. It was Bell’s fifth career 250SX Class top-10 finish in 11 career 250SX Class starts.

Nelson earned his 18th career top-10 finish in just 21 career 250SX Class starts with an eighth place finish.

Can Nelson close in on Webb’s 30 point lead in the standings?

Tommy Hahn tied a season’s best ninth place finish in San Diego. Hahn now has 23 career top-10 250SX Class finishes in 31 career 250SX Class starts.

Chris Alldredge earned a career best tenth place finish in San Diego.

450SX Class Laps Led

Ryan Dungey: 116
Ken Roczen: 49
Trey Canard: 31
Chad Reed: 23
Eli Tomac: 29
Andrew Short: 10
Weston Peick: 5
Davi Millsaps: 1
Blake Baggett: 1

250SX Class Laps Led

Marvin Musquin: 74
Jessy Nelson: 27
Cooper Webb: 25
Justin Bogle: 18
Tyler Bowers: 17
Malcolm Stewart: 13
Martin Davalos: 10
Justin Hill: 4
Jeremy Martin: 3
Chris Alldredge: 2
Zach Osborne: 2

450SX Class SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award

Anaheim: Mike Alessi
Phoenix: Eli Tomac
Anaheim: Jimmy Albertson
Oakland: Andrew Short
Anaheim: Blake Baggett
San Diego: Ken Roczen
Arlington: Ryan Dungey
Atlanta: Chad Reed
Atlanta: Weston Peick
Daytona: Cole Seely
Indianapolis: Andrew Short
Detroit: Andrew Short
St. Louis: Ryan Dungey

250SX Class SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award

Anaheim: Jessy Nelson
Phoenix: Zach Osborne
Anaheim: Zach Osborne
Oakland: Zach Bell
Anaheim: Jessy Nelson
San Diego: Zach Osborne
Arlington: Marvin Musquin
Atlanta: Martin Davalos
Atlanta: Marvin Musquin
Daytona: Dakota Alix
Indianapolis: Nick Gaines
Detroit: Justin Bogle
St. Louis: Marvin Musquin

450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

Anaheim: Eli Tomac
Phoenix: Eli Tomac
Anaheim: Justin Barcia
Oakland: Trey Canard
Anaheim: Ryan Dungey
San Diego: Ken Roczen
Arlington: Ken Roczen
Atlanta: Trey Canard
Atlanta: Ryan Dungey
Daytona: Trey Canard
Indianapolis: Eli Tomac
Detroit: Eli Tomac
St. Louis: Ryan Dungey

250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

Anaheim: Cooper Webb
Phoenix: Cooper Webb
Anaheim: Zach Osborne
Oakland: Justin Hill
Anaheim: Tyler Bowers
San Diego: Tyler Bowers
Arlington: Marvin Musquin
Atlanta: Marvin Musquin
Atlanta: Marvin Musquin
Daytona: Jeremy Martin
Indianapolis: Marvin Musquin
Detroit: Marvin Musquin
St. Louis: Marvin Musquin

450SX Class Heat Race 1 Winner

Anaheim: Andrew Short
Phoenix: Cole Seely
Anaheim: Ryan Dungey
Oakland: Ken Roczen
Anaheim: Eli Tomac
San Diego: Eli Tomac
Arlington: Ryan Dungey
Atlanta: Ryan Dungey
Atlanta: Chad Reed
Daytona: Chad Reed
Indianapolis: Weston Peick
Detroit: Cole Seely
St. Louis: Andrew Short

450SX Class Heat Race 2 Winner

Anaheim: Eli Tomac
Phoenix: Eli Tomac
Anaheim: Mike Alessi
Oakland: Justin Barcia
Anaheim: Ryan Dungey
San Diego: Cole Seely
Arlington: Trey Canard
Atlanta: Trey Canard
Atlanta: Ryan Dungey
Daytona: Ryan Dungey
Indianapolis: Eli Tomac
Detroit: Ryan Dungey
St. Louis: Ryan Dungey

250SX Class Heat Race 1 Winner

Anaheim: Justin Hill
Phoenix: Justin Hill
Anaheim: Cooper Webb
Oakland: Cooper Webb
Anaheim: Malcolm Stewart
San Diego: Justin Hill
Arlington: Justin Bogle
Atlanta: Joey Savatgy
Atlanta: Jeremy Martin
Daytona: Marvin Musquin
Indianapolis: Justin Bogle
Detroit: RJ Hampshire
St. Louis: Joey Savatgy

250SX Class Heat Race 2 Winner

Anaheim: Tyler Bowers
Phoenix: Jessy Nelson
Anaheim: Shane Mcelrath
Oakland: Jessy Nelson
Anaheim: Jessy Nelson
San Diego: Shane Mcelrath
Arlington: Marvin Musquin
Atlanta: Martin Davalos
Atlanta: Justin Bogle
Daytona: RJ Hampshire
Indianapolis: Marvin Musquin
Detroit: Justin Bogle
St. Louis: Marvin Musquin

450SX Class Semi 1 Winner

Anaheim: Brett Metcalfe
Phoenix: Ken Roczen
Anaheim: Broc Tickle
Oakland: Blake Baggett
Anaheim: Josh Grant
San Diego: Killian Rusk
Arlington: Chad Reed
Atlanta: Andrew Short
Atlanta: Josh Grant
Daytona: Weston Peick
Indianapolis: Blake Baggett
Detroit: Phillip Nicoletti
St. Louis: Josh Grant

450SX Class Semi 2 Winner

Anaheim: Justin Barcia
Phoenix: Weston Peick
Anaheim: Trey Canard
Oakland: Cole Seely
Anaheim: Davi Millsaps
San Diego: Chad Reed
Arlington: Andrew Short
Atlanta: Broc Tickle
Atlanta: Broc Tickle
Daytona: Mike Alessi
Indianapolis: Josh Grant
Detroit: Blake Baggett
St. Louis: Eli Tomac

450SX Class LCQ Winner

Anaheim: Dean Wilson
Phoenix: AJ Catanzaro
Anaheim: Jake Weimer
Oakland: Phil Nicoletti
Anaheim: Andrew Short
San Diego: Josh Grant
Arlington: Cole Seely
Atlanta: Jake Weimer
Atlanta: Phil Nicoletti
Daytona: Nicholas Schmidt
Indianapolis: Nicholas Wey
Detroit: Killian Rusk
St. Louis: Kyle Partridge

250SX Class LCQ Winner

Anaheim: Zach Osborne
Phoenix: Malcolm Stewart
Anaheim: Austin Politelli
Oakland: Chris Alldredge
Anaheim: Trevor Reis
Arlington: Zach Williams
Atlanta: Anthony Rodriguez
Atlanta: Kyle Peters
Daytona: Gannon Audette
Indianapolis: Luke Renzland
Detroit: Mitchell Oldenburg
St. Louis: Shawn Rife

450SX Class Results: St. Louis

Rider Hometown Bike Place
Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, Minn. KTM 1
Eli Tomac Cortez, Colo. Honda 2
Jason Anderson Edgewood, N.M. Husqvarna 3
Cole Seely Laguna Beach, Calif. Honda 4
Weston Peick Menifee, Calif. Yamaha 5
Josh Grant Wildomar, Calif. Kawasaki 6
Davi Millsaps Murrieta, Calif. Kawasaki 7
Chad Reed Dade City, Fla. Kawasaki 8
Broc Tickle Holly, Mich. Suzuki 9
Blake Baggett Grand Terrace, Calif. Suzuki 10

450SX Class Season Standings

Rider Hometown Bike Points Place
Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, Minn. KTM 296 1
Eli Tomac Cortez, Colo. Honda 216 2
Trey Canard Edmond, Okla. Honda 204 3
Cole Seely Laguna Beach, Calif. Honda 198 4
Chad Reed Dade City, Fla. Kawasaki 183 5
Jason Anderson Edgewood, N.M. Husqvarna 165 6
Blake Baggett Grand Terrace, Calif. Suzuki 165 7
Ken Roczen Clermont, Fla. Suzuki 156 8
Broc Tickle Holly, Mich. Suzuki 146 9
Andrew Short Smithville, Texas KTM 137 10

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Results: St. Louis

Rider Hometown Bike Place
Marvin Musquin Corona, Calif. KTM 1
Jeremy Martin Millville, Minn. Yamaha 2
Joey Savatgy Thomasville, Ga. Kawasaki 3
Justin Bogle Cushing, Okla. Honda 4
Anthony Rodriguez Cairo, Ga. Honda 5
James Decotis Peabody, Mass. Honda 6
Luke Rezland Hewitt, N.J. Yamaha 7
Kyle Cunningham Aledo, Texas Honda 8
Jace Owen Mattoon, Ill. Honda 9
Kyle Peters Greensboro, N.C. Honda 10
       

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Season Standings

Rider Hometown Bike Points Place
Marvin Musquin Corona, Calif. KTM 169 1
Justin Bogle Cushing, Okla. Honda 149 2
Jeremy Martin Millville, Minn. Yamaha 125 3
Joey Savatgy Thomasville, Ga. Kawasaki 113 4
RJ Hampshire Hudson, Fla. Honda 84 5
Anthony Rodriguez Cairo, Ga. Honda 84 6
James Decotis Peabody, Mass. Honda 84 7
Kyle Peters Greensboro, N.C. Honda 76 8
Martin Davalos Cairo, Ga. Husqvarna 63 9
Kyle Cunningham Aledo, Texas Honda 60 10

450SX Class Rider Finishes

Ryan Dungey

Anaheim: 4

Phoenix: 3

Anaheim: 2

Oakland: 2

Anaheim: 1

San Diego: 3

Arlington: 1

Atlanta: 2

Atlanta: 1

Daytona: 1

Indianapolis: 1

Detroit: 2

St. Louis: 1

Eli Tomac

Anaheim: 20

Phoenix: 1

Anaheim: 3

Oakland: 4

Anaheim: 3

San Diego: 5

Arlington: 7

Atlanta: 20

Atlanta: 2

Daytona: 2

Indianapolis: 11

Detroit: 1

St. Louis: 2

Jason Anderson

Anaheim: 2

Phoenix: 6

Anaheim: 7

Oakland: 10

Anaheim: 9

San Diego: 10

Arlington: 6

Atlanta: 7

Atlanta: 9

Daytona: 7

Indianapolis: 17

Detroit: 21

St. Louis: 3

Cole Seely

Anaheim: 14

Phoenix: 14

Anaheim: 6

Oakland: 5

Anaheim: 2

San Diego: 6

Arlington: 10

Atlanta: 4

Atlanta: 12

Daytona: 4

Indianapolis: 2

Detroit: 3

St. Louis: 4

Weston Peick

Anaheim: 7

Phoenix: 4

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: 22

Atlanta: 5

Atlanta: 10

Daytona: 8

Indianapolis: 4

Detroit: 22

St. Louis: 5

Josh Grant

Anaheim: 18

Phoenix: 19

Anaheim: 20

Oakland: 21

Anaheim: 22

San Diego: 12

Arlington: 8

Atlanta: 10

Atlanta: 6

Daytona: 11

Indianapolis: 7

Detroit: 6

St. Louis: 6

Davi Millsaps

Anaheim: 19

Phoenix: 5

Anaheim: 9

Oakland: 7

Anaheim: 11

San Diego: 20

Arlington: 20

Atlanta: 12

Atlanta: 11

Daytona: 9

Indianapolis: 5

Detroit: 5

St. Louis: 7

Chad Reed

Anaheim: 10

Phoenix: 10

Anaheim: 22

Oakland: 3

Anaheim: 6

San Diego: 4

Arlington: 11

Atlanta: 1

Atlanta: 7

Daytona: 5

Indianapolis: 9

Detroit: 4

St. Louis: 8

Broc Tickle

Anaheim: 8

Phoenix: 12

Anaheim: 5

Oakland: 22

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: 9

Arlington: 9

Atlanta: 6

Atlanta: 4

Daytona: 10

Indianapolis: 8

Detroit: 7

St. Louis: 9

Blake Baggett

Anaheim: 12

Phoenix: 13

Anaheim: 10

Oakland: 9

Anaheim: 7

San Diego: 7

Arlington: 4

Atlanta: 8

Atlanta: 5

Daytona: 3

Indianapolis: 15

Detroit: 8

St. Louis: 10

Kyle Chisholm

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: 13

Oakland: 13

Anaheim: 14

San Diego: 16

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 16

Atlanta: 18

Daytona: 13

Indianapolis: 12

Detroit: 11

St. Louis: 11

Nick Wey

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: 14

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: 17

Arlington: 15

Atlanta: 17

Atlanta: 16

Daytona: 15

Indianapolis: 14

Detroit: 12

St. Louis: 12

Phil Nicoletti

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: 14

Anaheim: 20

San Diego: 14

Arlington: 13

Atlanta: 11

Atlanta: 17

Daytona: 14

Indianapolis: 13

Detroit: 15

St. Louis: 13

Nicholas Schmidt

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: 21

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: 21

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: 21

Daytona: 21

Indianapolis:

Detroit: 18

St. Louis: 14

Ben Lamay

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: 15

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: 19

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 17

Indianapolis: 19

Detroit: 14

St. Louis: 15

Adam Enticknap

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 21

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 16

Tony Archer

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: 19

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 18

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 17

Justin Brayton

Anaheim: 13

Phoenix: 15

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: 10

St. Louis: 18

Killian Rusk

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: 19

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: 19

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 19

Indianapolis: 20

Detroit: 16

St. Louis: 19

Ronnie Stewart

Anaheim: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: 22

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 21

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: 17

St. Louis: 20

Kyle Partridge

Anaheim: 21

Phoenix: 21

Anaheim: N/A

Oakland: 18

Anaheim: N/A

San Diego: 20

Arlington: 17

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: 22

Daytona: 18

Indianapolis: 16

Detroit: 13

St. Louis: 21

Andrew Short

Anaheim: 5

Phoenix: 7

Anaheim: 21

Oakland: 8

Anaheim: 12

San Diego: 8

Arlington: 5

Atlanta: 9

Atlanta: 15

Daytona: 12

Indianapolis: 6

Detroit: 9

St. Louis: 22

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Rider Finishes

Marvin Musquin

Arlington: 1

Atlanta: 2

Atlanta: 1

Daytona: 1

Indianapolis: 1

Detroit: 2

St. Louis: 1

Jeremy Martin

Arlington: 4

Atlanta: 1

Atlanta: 2

Daytona: 3

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: 4

St. Louis: 2

Joey Savatgy

Arlington: 3

Atlanta: 5

Atlanta: 4

Daytona: 4

Indianapolis: 20

Detroit: 3

St. Louis: 3

Justin Bogle

Arlington: 2

Atlanta: 3

Atlanta: 3

Daytona: 2

Indianapolis: 2

Detroit: 1

St. Louis: 4

Anthony Rodriguez

Arlington: 13

Atlanta: 8

Atlanta: 8

Daytona: 8

Indianapolis: 16

Detroit: 5

St. Louis: 5

James Decotis

Arlington: 15

Atlanta: 16

Atlanta: 5

Daytona: 6

Indianapolis: 6

Detroit: 9

St. Louis: 6

Luke Renzland

Arlington: 12

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: 10

Daytona: 14

Indianapolis: 11

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 7

Kyle Cunningham

Arlington: 22

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: 15

Daytona: 11

Indianapolis: 5

Detroit: 7

St. Louis: 8

Jace Owen

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 19

Atlanta: 19

Daytona: 19

Indianapolis: 10

Detroit: 10

St. Louis: 9

Kyle Peters

Arlington: 10

Atlanta: 13

Atlanta: 11

Daytona: 7

Indianapolis: 7

Detroit: 13

St. Louis: 10

Dakota Alix

Arlington: 20

Atlanta: 14

Atlanta: 22

Daytona: 18

Indianapolis: 22

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 11

Daniel Herrlein

Arlington: 17

Atlanta: 20

Atlanta: 20

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 17

Detroit: 14

St. Louis: 12

Jordon Smith

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 12

Indianapolis: 4

Detroit: 21

St. Louis: 13

AJ Catanzaro

Arlington: 19

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 20

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: 16

St. Louis: 14

Zach Williams

Arlington: 16

Atlanta: 22

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: 15

St. Louis: 15

Colt Nichols

Arlington: 11

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: 17

Daytona: 15

Indianapolis: 8

Detroit: 6

St. Louis: 16

Mitchell Oldenburg

Arlington: 21

Atlanta: 11

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 9

Indianapolis: 13

Detroit: 8

St. Louis: 17

Taylor Potter

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 18

Detroit: 17

St. Louis: 18

Preston Mull

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 19

Levi Kelbarger

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 21

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 20

Shawn Rife

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Detroit: N/A

St. Louis: 21

Justin Starling

Arlington: 14

Atlanta: 18

Atlanta: 16

Daytona: 17

Indianapolis: 14

Detroit: 12

St. Louis: 22