2021 DALLAS 2 SUPERCROSS RESULTS: WEBB PERFECT!

Just three days after clashing on Saturday, the top Supercross riders in the world lined up again in Arlington, Texas for round 11 of the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross season. With so much racing condensed into such a short period of time, it’s all about momentum. That clearly favors Cooper Webb, who led every lap of the main event, just as he did last Saturday. But Eli Tomac served notice that he’s not done yet, setting the fastest time of the night with apparent ease and pushing Webb throughout the main event. The 250 class saw another first-time winner, as both Justin Cooper and Cameron McAdoo fell. Hunter Lawrence emerged on top, throwing the points race into disarray.   For extended coverage of 2021 Supercross, click here.

450 HEAT 1

Aaron Plessinger continues to up his game, taking his second heat win in four days. Photo by Travis Fant.

Chase Sexton might have been first into the turn, but Aaron Plessinger took over at the exit. Justin  Barcia and Ken Roczen were next, and they starting rubbing elbows in every turn. As the race progressed, Plessinger and Sexton manage to open a little breathing room on the Roczen/Barcia battle. In the end, Barcia managed to get away from Roczen ever so slightly. Sexton, in the meantime, made a serious charge on Plessinger on the last two laps. In the end, he came up just short, giving Plessinger his career second heat win.

1 Aaron Plessinger
2 Chase Sexton
3 Justin Barcia
4 Ken Roczen
5 Dylan Ferrandis
6 Justin Bogle
7 Kyle Chisholm
8 Tyler Bowers
9 Joan Cros
10 Brandon Hartranft
11 Hunter Schlosser
12 Curren Thurman
13 Nick Schmidt
14 Deven Raper
15 Vann Martin
16 Dean Wilson
17 Jeremy Smith
18 Bobby Piazza
19 Henry Miller
20 Justin Brayton

450 HEAT 2

Cooper Webb led from start to finish in heat 2. Photo by Travis Fant.

Cooper Webb came out of the first turn on top and then put together a flawless race to win the second 450 heat. Malcolm Stewart was consistent lap after lap in second, but could never close the gap. Eli Tomac, in the meantime, started off in sixth and methodically passed riders until he got past Stewart for second.  The man who made the most passes was Jason Anderson, who started off nearly last and eventually finished eighth.

1 Cooper Webb
2 Eli Tomac
3 Malcolm Stewart
4 Joey Savatgy
5 Martin Davalos
6 Broc Tickle
7 Vince Friese
8 Jason Anderson
9 Max Anstie
10 Kevin Moranz
11 Ronnie Stewart
12 Justin Starling
13 Scott Champion
14 Logan Karnow
15 Lane Shaw
16 Cade Clason
17 Alex Ray
18 Aj Catanzaro
19 Joshua Greco
20 Joshua Cartwright

450LCQ

1 Dean Wilson
2 Kevin Moranz
3  Justin Starling
4 Brandon Hartranft

450 MAIN EVENT

Cooper Webb has now won four of the last five main events. Photo by Travis Fant.

Rarely do you see the three top rivals go head to head in a single race, but that’s what happened in the 450 main event. Cooper Webb, Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen started in that order and had a race-long three-way battle. Many of the other top riders had trouble right away. Jason Anderson went down in the first turn, while Justin Barcia and Malcolm Stewart had terrible starts.  For half the race, Webb, Tomac and Roczen could do nothing with each other as they slowly pulled away from Chase Sexton.  Pretty soon Roczen started losing ground as well. Tomac began to pick it up and pressure Webb for the lead. Behind them, Justin Barcia was on the move, passing rider after rider until he found himself pushing Sexton for fourth. He made the pass with about five laps left in the race. About the same time, Tomac made a small bobble that seemed to destroy his momentum. Once he lost Webb’s rear wheel, he couldn’t seem to regain his composure. Webb won with a 5-second lead. Anderson charged back up to the top 10, but officials had to review an incident where he cut off the entire whoop section.

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
1 Cooper Webb
2 Eli Tomac
3 Ken Roczen
4 Justin Barcia
5 Chase Sexton

250 HEAT 1

Seth Hammaker score his career second heat win. Photo by Travis Fant.

Seth Hammaker rode like a seasoned vet in the first heat of the 250 West division. He got the holeshot, then ticked after lap after lap to take the win. The only flaw in his ride came on the very last lap, when he got out of shape and allowed Hunter Lawrence to close it up. Lawrence couldn’t quite make a pass, setting the finishing order at Hammaker, Lawrence, Jalek Swoll, Chris blose, Stilez Robertson and Robbie Wageman.

1 Seth Hammaker
2 Hunter Lawrence
3 Jalek Swoll
4 Chris Blose
5 Stilez Robertson
6 Robbie Wageman
7 Carson Mumford
8 Kyle Peters
9 Enzo Lopes
10 Cheyenne Harmon
11 Hardy Munoz
12 Coty Schock
13 Cedric Soubeyras
14 Ryan Surratt
15 Bradley Lionnet
16 Calvin Fonvieille
17 Matthew Hubert
18 Jarrett Frye
19 Chris Howell
20 Gared Steinke

250 HEAT 2

Cameron McAdoo held of a lat race charge by Justin Cooper to score heat 2.Photo by Travis Fant.

Justin Cooper and Cameron McAdoo picked up their championship rivalry right at the start of heat two. Cooper got the start, but messed up and lost two positions at the end of the first lap. That put McAdoo in front and Garrett Marchbanks in second. It took Cooper more than half of the race to repass Marchbanks, then he slowly started to reel in McAdoo. On the last lap, they were wheel to wheel, but McAdoo held on to the lead.

1 Cameron McAdoo
2 Justin Cooper
3 Garrett Marchbanks
4 Nate Thrasher
5 Jordon Smith
6 Mitchell Harrison
7 Jace Owen
8 Ramyller Alves
9 Jordan Bailey
10 Chase Marquier
11 Dominique Thury
12 Derek Kelley
13 Ty Masterpool
14 Jerry Robin
15 Michael Hicks
16 Jared Lesher
17 Dustin Winter
18 Casey Keast
19 Chance Blackburn
20 Jake Masterpool

250 LCQ

1 Dominique Thury
2  Coty Schock
3 Ty Masterpool
4 Cedric Soubeyras

250 MAIN

Hunter Lawrence took his first win, makingit four different winners in four races of the 250 West division. Photo by Travis Fant.

Right from the start, the 250 main promised to be eventful with many of the top riders starting poorly. Mitchell Harrison got the holeshot, while Cameron McAdoo and Justin Cooper were eighth and ninth. Seth Hammaker and Garret Marchbanks were around 15th. Justin Cooper made things worse on himself by going down on the first lap and restarting in last.  Hammaker was moving forward, but then he, too went down.  Six laps into the race, Hunter Lawrence passed both Jalek Swoll and Harrison in one move to take the lead. That same lap, McAdoo wend down in the whoops and then apparently got disoriented and cut off a section of the track.  By that time Cooper was around eighth. He kept moving forward, but got as far as Garrett Marchbanks, who was running fourth, and could go no further. Hunter Lawrence took his first win over Swoll, Kyle Peters, Marchbanks and Cooper.

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
1 Hunter Lawrence
2 Jalek Swoll
3 Kyle Peters
4 Garrett marchbanks
5 Justin Cooper

450 QUALIFYING

Eli Tomac was fastest in both practice sessions. Photo by Travis Fant.

1 Eli Tomac 50.903
2 Justin Barcia 51.186
3 Cooper Webb 51.201
4 Ken Roczen 51.434
5 Jason Anderson 51.521
6 Chase Sexton 51.996
7 Joey Savatgy 52.155
8 Dylan Ferrandis 52.433
9 Malcolm Stewart 52.583
10 Dean Wilson 52.638
11 Vince Friese 52.670
12 Benny Bloss 52.701
13 Martin Davalos 52.780
14 Justin Brayton 52.944
15 Broc Tickle 52.946
16 Aaron Plessinger 53.009
17 Alex Ray 53.526
18 Justin Bogle 53.628
19 Max Anstie 53.721
20 Kyle Chisholm 53.756
21 Justin Starling 53.807
22 Nick Schmidt 54.066
23 Joshua Cartwright 54.251
24 Tyler Bowers 54.570
25 Logan Karnow 54.583
26 Jeremy Smith 54.732
27 Cade Clason 54.764
28 Brandon Hartranft 54.775
29 Scott Champion 54.802
30 Joan Cros 54.902
31 Lane Shaw 54.904
32 Hunter Schlosser 55.022
33 Kevin Moranz 55.094
34 Curren Thurman 55.195
35 Ronnie Stewart 55.351
36 Deven Raper 55.384
37 Aj Catanzaro 55.419
38 Vann Martin 55.490
39 Joshua Greco 55.523
40 Henry Miller 55.589
TOP 40 RIDERS QUALIFY
41 Bobby Piazza 55.708
42 Mason Kerr 55.736
43 Richard Taylor 55.861
44 Fredrik Noren 55.915
45 Scotty Wennerstrom 55.933
46 Theodore Pauli 56.662
47 Preston Taylor 56.703
48 Devin Harriman 57.015
49 Austin Cozadd 57.689

250 QUALIFYING

Justin Cooper has his qualifying game figured out. Photo by Travis Fant.

1 Justin Cooper 51.769
2 Seth Hammaker 52.402
3 Cameron Mcadoo 52.544
4 Hunter Lawrence 52.591
5 Garrett Marchbanks 52.825
6 Jalek Swoll 53.054
7 Nate Thrasher 53.095
8 Kyle Peters 53.193
9 Jordan Bailey 53.208
10 Chris Blose 53.351
11 Jordon Smith 53.383
12 Carson Mumford 53.384
13 Alex Martin 53.494
14 Stilez Robertson 53.578
15 Mitchell Harrison 53.596
16 Jarrett Frye 53.779
17 Jace Owen 53.782
18 Robbie Wageman 53.903
19 Dustin Winter 53.943
20 Coty Schock 53.943
21 Chase Marquier 54.056
22 Cedric Soubeyras 54.125
23 Dominique Thury 54.132
24 Calvin Fonvieille 54.191
25 Ramyller Alves 54.308
26 Gared Steinke 54.488
27 Michael Hicks 54.522
28 Ryan Surratt 54.557
29 Jerry Robin 54.636
30 Enzo Lopes 54.638
31 Ty Masterpool 54.660
32 Bradley Lionnet 54.700
33 Derek Kelley 54.772
34 Cheyenne Harmon 54.936
35 Jared Lesher 55.183
36 Chris Howell 55.286
37 Casey Keast 55.462
38 Matthew Hubert 55.519
39 Chance Blackburn 55.576
40 Hardy Munoz 55.657
TOP 40 RIDERS QUALIFY
41 Jake Masterpool 55.715
42 Logan Leitzel 55.742
43 Garrett Hoffman 55.934
44 Colby Copp 56.068
45 Tre Fierro 56.135
46 Nathan Augustin 56.181
47 Corbin Hayes 56.208
48 Blaine Silveira 56.344
49 Mason Wharton 56.359
50 Kyle Greeson 56.650
51 Hunter Calle 56.754
52 Gerhard Matamoros 56.932
53 Todd Bannister 57.280
54 Colton Eigenmann 57.438
55 Addison Emory 57.486
56 Cory Carsten 57.558
57 Ryan Peters 57.612
58 Kameron Barboa 57.917
59 Ezra Lewis 58.479
60 David Pulley 58.759
61 Chad Stonier 59.245

 

 

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