Kyle Peters grabbed the holeshot of the 23rd 250 class moto of the year and led for a bit, while dealing with pressure from Dylan Ferrandis and Justin Cooper. Both Ferrandis and Cooper found their way by, bringing Adam Cianciarulo along with them, as well. Mitchell Falk ran out front for a good while, too, but just couldn’t match the pace of the other front runners. Cooper made his way around his teammate for a couple of laps, but both Ferrandis and Cianciarulo would pass him later in the moto. Dylan crossed the line in first, doing all he needed to do to try and take the championship to the last moto, but Cianciarulo’s second in moto one locked up the title for him. Justin Cooper held on for third in the first moto. Here’s how the rest of the 250 riders finished in moto one: (for extended coverage of the 2019 Ironman National MX, click here.)

250 Moto One

1 Dylan Ferrandis
2 Adam Cianciarulo
3 Justin Cooper
4 Chase Sexton
5 Michael Mosiman
6 Alex Martin
7 Cameron McAdoo
8 Shane McElrath
9 R.J. Hampshire
10 Ty Masterpool
11 Garrett Marchbanks
12 Jett Lawrence
13 Jordan Bailey
14 Jo Shimoda
15 Brandon Hartranft
16 Mitchell Falk
17 Kyle Peters
18 Nick Gaines
19 Enzo Lopes
20 Jerry Robin
21 Thomas Covington
22 Justin Thompson
23 Jesse Flock
24 Marcus Phelps
25 Ramyller Alves
26 Kevin Moranz
27 Vincent Luhovey
28 Zack Williams
29 Killian Auberson
30 Benjamin Nelko
31 Dawson Ryker
32 Alexander Nagy
33 Nathen Laporte
34 Zane Merrett
35 Corbin Hayes
36 Tylor Skodras
37 Carter Gordon
38 Dylan Wright
39 Martin Davalos
40 Mitchell Oldenburg

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