Cianciarulo Breaks Through for First Podium of the Season

TORONTO (March 5, 2017) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo raced to the podium for the first time this season, giving him the needed confidence boost as the series took over the Rogers Centre in Canada. His efforts helped propel him to a tie for third in the championship standings. Teammate Joey Savatgy was in podium position, but he went down late in the race and that pushed him down the charts to sixth.

Adam Cianciarulo
Cianciarulo returned to the site of his 2014 season-ending crash looking to not only overcome his past, but have his best night of the season. After finishing second in his heat race, Cianciarulo worked hard to get a good start and was aggressive in the opening lap to start in fourth. He minimized his mistakes, which kept him close to the front-runners. When the 15 minutes plus one lap was complete, Cianciarulo finished the night as the runner-up.

“I’ve definitely been through a lot to get back here [on the podium],” said Cianciarulo. “This is a really good step for me. It was a night where I didn’t necessarily feel my best so I’m happy with the end result. I’ve gone through a lot to get back here so I’m stoked and thankful to be here.”

Joey Savatgy
Savatgy showcased his speed throughout the day. He qualified third and then went onto finish fourth in his heat race. When the gate dropped for the main event, it was Savatgy who took the holeshot and raced back and forth for the lead. He settled into second around Lap 7, but with just a few laps remaining, Savatgy miscalculated a rhythm section and went down. He quickly remounted his Kawasaki KX250F and was able to still come across the finish in sixth.

“The biggest thing I need to do is to minimize mistakes,” said Savatgy. “It’s frustrating because I feel like we’re prepared and we come in ready. I’m really looking forward to a little redemption next week.”

 

250SX Class Main Event Results

  1. Zach Osborne (Husqvarna)
  2. Adam Cianciarulo (Kawasaki)
  3. Christian Craig (Honda)
  4. Colt Nichols (Yamaha)
  5. Dylan Ferrandis (Yamaha)
  6. Joey Savatgy (Kawasaki)
  7. Jordon Smith (KTM)
  8. Kyle Peters (Suzuki)
  9. Cameron Mcadoo (Honda)
  10. Anthony Rodriguez (Yamaha)

Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki Comes Through The Pack

Atlanta (February 25, 2017) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo worked through mid-pack starts to finish fourth and seventh, respectively, during one of the final events that will take place inside the Georgia Dome. With two races out of nine complete, Savatgy sits second and only two points back in the championship standings, while Cianciarulo is currently fifth.

Joey Savatgy
Savatgy entered the night show as the top qualifier after posting the fastest time in practice. He raced to a second-place finish in his heat race, giving him a nice gate pick going into the main event. The start was a bit tricky and chaotic, leaving Savatgy to come around the first lap in eighth. He had worked his way into fifth by the halfway mark, eventually picking off one more rider before the checkered flag where he finished fourth.

“We struggled a little bit today and not getting the start in the main definitely made it for a tougher race than I wanted,” said Savatgy. “We are just two points back with seven rounds still to go so there is a lot of racing left. My goal is to be on the podium every race so I’m looking to get back up there next weekend.”

Adam Cianciarulo
Cianciarulo started the night earning his third career heat-race win. After the first lap of the main event, Cianciarulo sat close to the front-runners in fourth. He was staying with the pack but had a quick tip over and then was forced off the track trying to avoid a crash in front of him. When he was able to rejoin, he was pushed back to 10th and had to work hard again to move through the pack. Cianciarulo used the final laps to move into seventh, where he finished.

“I feel like I’ve been making some silly rookie mistakes, but I know that will come around when I get some more racing under my belt,” said Cianciarulo. “Even with the mistakes that I made, I do think my racing is coming along after so much time away from supercross.”

 

250SX Class Main Event Results

  1. Zach Osborne (Husqvarna)
  2. Alex Martin (KTM)
  3. Colt Nichols (Yamaha)
  4. Joey Savatgy (Kawasaki)
  5. Jordon Smith (KTM)
  6. Luke Renzland (Yamaha)
  7. Adam Cianciarulo (Kawasaki)
  8. Fredrik Noren (Honda)
  9. Kyle Peters (Suzuki)
  10. RJ Hampshire (Honda)

Joey Savatgy keeps Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s win streak alive

Minneapolis (February 18, 2017) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Joey Savatgy kept a personal and team win streak alive as he claimed the first victory of the 2017 Eastern Regional 250SX Championship inside U.S. Bank Stadium. While Savatgy extended the Pro Circuit win streak to five, he also continued his win streak started at the final race in Las Vegas last season. Teammate Adam Cianciarulo overcame a tough start to finish fifth.

Joey Savatgy
Savatgy was just edged out for the top spot in qualifying, but had no problem claiming his first heat race win of the season. In the main event, Savatgy got a great start and settled in behind the leader on the opening laps. Just before halfway, he was able to get by the leader and bring home another win for the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.

“It was a tight track that was a bit tricky,” said Savatgy. “I just tried to stay close to the leader and was able to get around him. We have some stuff we can work on this week and I’m really looking forward to the race this weekend in Atlanta.”

Adam Cianciarulo
In his first supercross race back since 2014, Cianciarulo was ready to shake off the cobwebs and prove his speed on the track. He qualified fourth overall and finished just behind his teammate in the heat race for second. Once the main event kicked off, Cianciarulo had a bit of work to do after a mid-pack start but he was up to the challenge and made passes all the way up fifth.

“I think I rode pretty tight since it has been a few years I’ve been behind a supercross starting gate,” said Cianciarulo. “I think my confidence is there and happy that we got some good points out of my first race back as we head to Atlanta.”

 

250SX Class Main Event Results

  1. Joey Savatgy (Kawasaki)
  2. Jordon Smith (KTM)
  3. Zach Osborne (Husqvarna)
  4. RJ Hampshire (Honda)
  5. Adam Cianciarulo (Kawasaki)
  6. Dylan Ferrandis (Yamaha)
  7. Anthony Rodriguez (Yamaha)
  8. Luke Renzland (Yamaha)
  9. Kyle Peters (Suzuki)
  10. Colt Nichols (Yamaha)

 

Justin Hill stretches points lead with fourth consecutive win

Arlington, Texas (February 11, 2017) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Justin Hill raced to his fourth-straight victory of the season with the win at AT&T Stadium. The win helped propel him a comfortable 21 points ahead of second place in the championship standings. Teammate Austin Forkner bounced back from his tough previous round to score his second career podium as the runner-up finisher.

Justin Hill 
Hill had a perfect day in the Lone Star State, starting with the top qualifier and onto a great heat race battle where he took another win. With a projected long main event, Hill tucked into second on the start and stayed close to the leader. After 15 laps, the leader pulled off with an issue and Hill was able to take over the lead and hold on for five more laps, coming across the finish with his fourth consecutive win.

“I felt great all day,” said Hill. “Fastest qualifier, heat win and topped it off with a main event victory. It’s not exactly how I wanted it but we’ll take it anyway we can. Heading into the break on a win streak feels great.”

Austin Forkner
Forkner gained momentum all day, which turned to an exciting heat race where he led six laps before Hill overtook him. In the main event, he shot out to an awesome start and tucked in behind his teammate in third. He remained close the entire race, only finishing two seconds behind Hill.

“Today went well,” said Forkner. “I felt comfortable all day. I felt like I made huge strides today with my speed and was able to pace the leaders. After last week, it feels great to be able to put it back up on the box.”

 

250SX Class Main Event Results

  1. Justin Hill (Kawasaki)
  2. Austin Forkner (Kawasaki)
  3. Aaron Plessinger (Yamaha)
  4. Jimmy Decotis (Honda)
  5. Dan Reardon (Yamaha)
  6. Jeremy Martin (Honda)
  7. Martin Davalos (Husqvarna)
  8. Cole Martinez (Yamaha)
  9. Hayen Mellross (Yamaha)
  10. Kyle Chisholm (Honda)

 

Double Podium in Phoenix

Corona, Calif. (January 29, 2017) – Prepared for another exciting round of the 2017 Monster Energy Supercross Championship, Justin Hill and Austin Forkner arrived in Arizona fit for battle. Motivated by last weekend’s positive results, the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team has been busy on and off the track dialing in their rides and prepping for battle. Their hard work paid off and both riders landed on the podium. Justin Hill’s victory marked the team’s 250th win and Austin Forkner’s 3rd place finish marked the rookie’s first professional Supercross podium.

Justin Hill 
It was another great weekend for Justin Hill. In the day’s qualifying, he set the fastest lap times and kept the momentum going. In Heat 2, he easily took the number one spot and looked forward to the night’s final race. In the main event he stayed smooth lap after lap. In the final minutes, Justin made his move on the points leader, moving past him and taking the lead. Holding his position, he crossed the checkers in first for back-to-back podiums!
“I pushed hard and around the halfway mark. I knew I was inching up on the leader, I was hitting my marks and riding well. My mechanic was doing really well at getting me my times and keeping me up on where I was at. I dropped the lead down to about four seconds and then the leader tangled with a couple lappers and I reeled up on him and I thought, this is it, I’m going to do it! Even after the race I was talking with my family and still couldn’t believe I did that. I did it, it was so cool!”

Austin Forkner 
Week after week, Austin Forkner continues to impress. The rookie rider was off to a good start in Heat 1. He took the holeshot and battled for the lead, and finished the heat race in second. In the night’s main event, he and his KX250F once again took the holeshot and competed for the number one spot. Throughout the evening, he stayed within the top three and pushed himself to remain there. At the checkered flag, Austin finished in third and experienced his first professional Monster Energy Supercross podium!

“The race was good. I rode a lot better than I have been, more consistent and didn’t make mistakes. I was really confident in my starts, back to back weekends I’ve earned both holeshots in the heat and main. With starts like that I knew I was going to be up there and thought if someone gets by I just need to relax, figure out what they’re doing better than me and use it to be better. I knew I needed to not make mistakes like I did in the heat where I cased the triple trying to pass someone back. I tried to ride smooth and fast, I’m really happy with how I opened the race and I held the lead for a few laps which is definitely the best I’ve done so far.”

250SX Phoenix Main Event

1.Justin Hill, Kawasaki- 25
2. Shane McElrath, KTM- 22
3. Austin Forkner, Kawasaki- 20
4. Aaron Plesssinger, Yamaha- 18
5. Martin Davalos, Husqvarna- 16
6. Dan Reardon, Yamaha- 15
7. Joshua Hansen, Husqvarna- 14
8. James Decotis, Honda-13
9. Phillip Nicoletti, Suzuki- 12
10. Cole Martinez, Yamaha- 11

250SX West Overall Championship Point Standings

1. Shane McElrath, KTM-92
2. Justin Hill, Kawasaki- 88 
3. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 82
4. Martin Davalos, Husqvarna- 70
5. Austin Forkner, Kawasaki- 67
6. James Decotis, Honda- 55
7. Dan Reardon, Yamaha-47
8, Jeremy Martin, Honda- 40
9. Phillip Nicoletti, Suzuki- 38
10. Joshua Hansen, Husqvarna- 37

Round 5:
February 4
Oakland Alameda County Coliseum
Oakland, CA

 

Continued Success for Austin Forkner

Corona, Calif. (September 5, 2016) – Clear skies welcomed Austin Forkner and Adam Cianciarulo on Saturday for the FIM World MX Grand Prix at Charlotte Motorspeedway in North Carolina. Despite the area being hit with rain days before the race, the track was barely impacted and was ready for the day’s motos. The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki team took advantage of the track’s near perfect conditions during practice and snagged the top two spots. Both riders eagerly awaited for the gate to drop and to ride against the world’s best!

As the gates dropped in MX2 Moto 1, both Adam and Austin shot out of the gate and easily found themselves out front. Austin took the holeshot and maintained a leading position throughout the first moto. He fought for the lead and was consistently battling within the top three. Austin crossed the checkers in 3rd and found himself on the MXGP podium for the first time in his career. Adam and his bike went down and he exited the race. Bumped and bruised, he remains optimistic and eager to return to his KX250F.

Once again Austin Forkner fired out of the gate and found himself in an intense battle for the number one position in the second moto. He fought side by side the competition and led the pack throughout most of the race. He proved that he has what it takes to ride with the best as he led the pack around the track. Relying on his speed, he crossed the checkers in 2nd and finished 3rd overall in MX2 at the MXGP of the Americas. The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team is excited to have competed against the world’s best and we look forward to doing it again next week at Glen Helen Raceway for MXGP of the USA!

“I surprised myself by having the fastest lap time in qualifying. In the first moto I was out front for a while and came under pressure. I made a small mistake and gave the win away unfortunately. In the second moto I spent the first 20 minutes with a comfortable lead and then they started to reel me in inch by inch. At that point I just left it all out on the track and I was honestly spent after the second moto. It was a tough race but I’m really happy I ended up on the box. I was pretty comfortable racing in this style because the format is similar to what we normally run, but the style of riding is so different. At the beginning of the motos the U.S. racers tend to go for it harder than the MXGP guys do, and they tend to go harder at the end. At the end of the day I battled with a U.S. champion and a world champion, it was a great experience and I’m leaving with a trophy!”

MX2 Results from MXGP of the Americas
1. Webb, Cooper. USA
2. Herlings, Jeffrey. NED
3. Forkner, Austin. USA 
4. Covington, Thomas. USA
5. Vlaanderen, Calvin. NED
6. Seewer, Jeremy. SUI
7. Harrison, Mitchell. USA
8. Anstie, Max. GBR
9. Paturel, Benoit. FRA
10. Bogers, Brian. NED

First Moto Win for Austin Forkner

Corona, Calif. (July 24, 2016) – The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki Team entered round nine of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship prepared for battle. As usual, the team got the day started with solid performances during the morning’s qualifying rounds. Entering the day’s motos, the team stayed cool and collective as the gate dropped in the first round. Throughout both motos, the team stayed towards the front of the pack. At the end of the day, Austin Forkner found himself on the podium following his first professional moto win of his career.

Podium for Forkner
Each week, all eyes remain on the rookie Austin Forkner as he continues to impress. The day seemed like it was off to a rocky start after a less than ideal Moto 1. Knowing that he could perform better, he put his head down and got to work during Moto 2. With little effort, he found himself among the leaders and continued to pursue the top spot. Speeding past the other riders early on, he took the leading position and never looked back. Austin dominated throughout entire race and earned his first Pro Motocross moto win of his career and finished second overall for the day!

“I spun off the start in Moto 1 which hurt us going into the first turn, but I did what I could and climbed my way back up inside the top-10. I knew my speed was there in Moto 1, but I just needed a start. So I adjusted a few things for the second moto and got off to a much better start. When my teammate left the door open for me to pass him and the leader, I took it and the next thing I knew I couldn’t hear anyone behind me, so I began to sprint as hard as I could to get away. I basically just rode as smooth and consistent as I could to maintain my lead and sure enough it worked and came home with the win. I was so happy that I was screaming in my helmet the entire last lap.”

Savatgy Pushes Through 
Exiting qualifying feeling extremely confident, Joey Savatgy knew he was in a good place for the day. He immediately found himself in the fight for the lead in the first moto. Crossing the checkers in second, he arrived on the podium once again this season. Hungry to return to the podium, he quickly found himself leading the pack in the second moto. After losing his leading position, he began to climb his way back back to the top. Never giving up, Joey ended his day in 4th overall and remains optimistic.

“The first moto was good, even though I should have made the pass for the lead a few times but didn’t want to take the risk in falling down. I got off to another great start in the second moto until I tangled with another rider. Unfortunately, the incident bent a lot of parts on the bike in which hurt my overall performance. I’m stoked to leave in one piece and looking forward in having a nice long break.”

AC Advances
Adam Cianciarulo continues to push himself at each round. During Saturday’s race, he stayed smooth and steady. His speed allowed him to stay in the front of the line in both motos as he continued to advance. Adam consistently stayed within the Top 10 this weekend and his 6-7 earned him 6th overall for the day.

“Today was good. I was really gelling with the track all day and the team had the bike working awesome. Overall, today was by far my best ride of the year so far, which feels great going into the two week break.”

Tonus Makes Headway
Arnaud Tonus has demonstrated progress throughout every round during this series. Every week his ride keeps getting better. He made some valuable passes throughout the day and stayed among the front of the pack during the day. Leaving Washougal, his 7-8 earned him 8th overall for the day. Driven by his personal successes this season, Arnaud keeps his head held high and remains in the fight!

“I made a lot of strong passes all day and my intensity was high all moto which is an improvement for me, which feels nice. I just need to keep building on each weekend.”

250MX Results From Washougal
1. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 47
2. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 36
3. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 35
4. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 32
5. Justin Hill, KTM- 31
6. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 29
7. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 28
8. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 27
9. Jessy Nelson, KTM- 25
10. Mitchell Oldenburg, KTM-  22

250MX Overall Championship Point Standings
1. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 372
2. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 321
3. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 319
4. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 317
5. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 257
6. Zach Osbourne, Husqvarna- 253
7. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 245
8. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 190
9. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki- 179

10. Mitchell Oldenburg, KTM- 169

Another podium for Dylan Ferrandis in Italy

Dylan Ferrandis of the Monster Energy Kawasaki MX2 Racing Team swept to yet another podium in the twelfth round of the FIM World MX2 Motocross Championship at Mantova in northern Italy.

The Frenchman started strongly in the event, run in stifling heat, as he led the Qualifying race for most of the distance until a lapped rider forced him to crash, and he displayed great speed throughout both GP motos to clinch third overall despite a number of incidents. Twice he moved forward quickly to fourth and fifth places in the opening GP moto before crashes cost him several positions each time, but he continued to force the pace despite the heat and was finally rewarded with third position on the final lap. Dylan was one of the victims of a clearly defective start gate in race two, but officials declined to order a restart and he had to battle his way through almost the entire field to finish sixth. He has now advanced to sixth in the series standings despite being forced to miss four rounds earlier in the year.

Teammate Petar Petrov had a difficult weekend after a crash in qualifying which left him with a poor gate choice and a bang on the head, which undoubtedly affected his chances on race day. He was soon eliminated in the opening moto but recovered bravely from sixteenth in race two to complete the top ten at the chequered flag. Petar is now eighth in the series standings.

Vsevolod Brylyakov of Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki was returning to racing after missing the British GP and simply lacked any luck.  The Russian crashed in the qualifying race and again at the start of the opening GP moto, being forced to withdraw mid-moto after a rapid advance into the points positions. Determined to make amends in race two he pushed forward into the top six until the extreme weather conditions took their toll in the closing laps and he dropped back to eleventh. Vsevolod is now tenth in the points standings.

Dylan Ferrandis:  “I was happy with my results on Saturday even though I crashed while leading, as a lapper didn’t move. But Sunday was not as good, and it is difficult to understand why. In the first moto my start was average but I had a good first lap and passed Herlings, but then I crashed twice; I came back and passed Pootjes but he took me out ! I was happy to come back to third. In the second race the gate moved but didn’t fall and I hit it, so I was late into the first corner. I passed almost the entire field to finish sixth; I had good lines and was one of the fastest riders on the track to get this overall podium.”

Petar Petrov: “This weekend was not really good with the results, but we learnt a lot so I want to take the positives away with me. That will be important for the rest of the season; now we have one month off and we know what we have to do to be stronger in Loket and the following GPs. I had such a bad gate after my big crash during the qualifying race that it was impossible to get decent starts; I wasn’t even sure to race as I had crashed on my head. I’m really looking forward to the rest of the season now.”

Vsevolod Brylyakov: “I came back from injuries with a lot of expectations, but this weekend didn’t go as I would have like. I have not been able to do much during the last few weeks as I was recovering from injuries but the weekend went wrong from the word go with a crash in the qualifying race. In the first moto I crashed at the start, came back in the points but then had to pull out. In the second race I had a better start and got as high as sixth but with this heat it was impossible to keep the rhythm; the last ten minutes were very difficult for me with the heat and I lost several positions. I’m not really happy but it is what it is, now we have three weeks to come back stronger.”

Another Podium for Joey Savatgy

Corona, Calif. (June 27, 2016) –  The Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki Team arrived at Muddy Creek ready for Round 5 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Adam Cianciarulo set the tone for the day in early morning qualifying with fastest lap times in both the 250 and 450 classes. For the fourth time this season, rider Joey Savatgy found himself on the podium once again. Looking forward, the entire team is ready for RedBud and Joey is ready to continue to defend the red plate!

Savatgy Remains Points Leader
In the first moto of the day, Joey Savatgy pushed himself and his KX250F to the front of the line and took the lead. He led the pack across the checkers and added another moto victory onto his race towards the title. Some spills in the second moto pushed him back a few spots. Not one to give up, he put his bike to work and began making his way back to the front of the line. His 1-7 for the day resulted in 2nd overall and he remains the 250 points leader!

“My first moto was great and I’m very happy with the result. In the second moto I made a couple minor mistakes that ended up costing me more than I’d like. I tipped it over two times and both times I spent a lot of energy trying to make sure I didn’t stall the bike. The couple minor mistakes I made need to stop in order to keep the championship with the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team, I know it’s something we can do and with a 1-7 on today a second place is good. We know what to do, now it’s time to go home and get it done so we can come out at RedBud swinging.”

The Momentum Continues for Forkner 
At Round 5, Austin Forkner put in another solid race this weekend. Not getting the start he had hoped for in the first moto, he did not give up. Instead, he put his head down and finished the race strong. In the second moto, he was off to a better start and showed off his impressive speed. He quickly made his way to the front of the pack where he would remain throughout the race. Leaving Tennessee, Austin finished in overall 7th.

“This weekend was another good race. I didn’t feel as strong as I would have liked in the first moto due to a poor start, but my lap times were pretty good. In the second moto I got off to a much better start and was able to ride my own race. I brought it home in the second moto for a fourth and I’m just going to keep building on these results. I’m looking forward to RedBud!”

Progress for Tonus
Arnaud Tonus continued to show progress in both of Saturday’s motos. In the first moto, he stayed consistent as he made his way throughout the track. As he became more comfortable in the second moto, including an improved start, he found himself among the leaders throughout the race. Arnaud would finish the day within the Top 10, earning him his best results of the season!

“After my start it took a lot to get up through the pack in Moto 1. It took a little while to get a rhythm but I’m pretty happy with the 12th all things considered. In the second moto I had a great start and had my best moto of 2016. My speed was there, I spent some time with the leaders and I’m going to keep building off this momentum.”

Cianciarulo Remains Postitive
Showcasing his speed, Adam Cianciarulo grabbed another holeshot this season during Moto 1. Throughout both motos, he experienced a few setbacks, but he did not let this stop him. He continued to press forward throughout both of the motos and finished the day in an overall 16th. With everything coming together for Adam, he is more than ready for Round 6!

“Being fastest in qualifying was great. In the first moto I had the holeshot and was able to lead a few laps. The speed, the confidence and all the other pieces are coming into place and it feels good. In the second moto I was taken out pretty bad by another rider and fought as hard as I could for the rest of the race. I ended up 11-22 on the day for 16th, which isn’t what we wanted, but I didn’t give up today and I’m proud of that.”

 

250MX Results From Muddy Creek
1. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 47
2. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 39
3.  Shane McElrath, KTM- 38
4. Jordon Smith, Honda- 33
5. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 31
6. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna- 31
7. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 29
8. RJ Hampshire, Honda- 24
9. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 22
10. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 22
16. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 10

250MX Overall Championship Point Standings
1. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 205
2. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 193
3. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha -173
4. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 158
5. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna- 152
6. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 138
7. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha -131
8. RJ Hampshire, Honda- 103
9. Jordon Smith, Honda -100
10. Shane McElrath, KTM- 69
12. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 82
13. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 80