After a lightning storm forced officials to evacuate Metlife Stadium, the public safety issue passed and the 14th round  of the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross Season resumed. All the heats and qualifiers were in the books, so all that remained for the late night restart was the 250 East/West shootout and the 450 Main event. In each case it was a rider with a history of mud success who took the win. For extended coverage of the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross season, click here.


Ken Roczen got off to a good start in the still-pouring rain with Chase Sexton also looking good. On the second lap, Justin Barcia passed Sexton aggressively, resulting in a Sexton  get-off. Jason Anderson was another rider who fell on that lap. Barcia eventually passed Roczen then opened a small lead. By that time,  Eli Tomac had established himself in third. Sexton, in the meantime, had caught back up to Cooper Webb and made a pass for fourth. In the late laps, Tomac passed Roczen for second, but they were far behind Barcia. Only four riders were able to stay on the lead lap.

  1. Justin Barcia
  2. Eli Tomac
  3. Ken Roczen
  4. Chase Sexton
  5. Cooper Webb
  6. Shane McElrath
  7. Kevin Moranz
  8. Benny Bloss
  9. Justin Hill
  10. Dean Wilson
  11. Fredrik Noren
  12. Jason Anderson
  13. Kyle Chisholm
  14. Justin Starling
  15. Grant Harlan
  16. Colt Nichols
  17. Chase Marquier
  18. Josh Hill
  19. Cade Clason
  20. Tristan Lane
  21. Jeremy Hand
  22. Devin Simonson



Max Anstie and Max Vohland were up front early with the Lawrence brothers in fourth and fifth. RJ Hampshire was riding very aggressively and Jett Lawrence had to work to get past him. Soon, they both passed Vohland and pulled a gap on Hunter.  Anstie looked like he might pull safely away until the last two laps, when Jett Lawrence, with Hampshire in tow, cut his lead in half.  In a wild last-turn collision, Hampshire made a Hail Mary move on Jett, causing both riders to go down. Jett got up first, wobbling into the path of Vohland. That allowed Hunter to move into third, although it clearly was not premeditated.

  1. Max Anstie
  2. Jett Lawrence
  3. Hunter Lawrence
  4. Max Vohland
  5. Enzo Lopes
  6. Haiden Deegan
  7. Carson Mumford
  8. Cullin Park
  9. Jo Shimoda
  10. Chris Blose
  11. Pierce Brown
  12. Levi Kitchen
  13. Rj Hampshire
  14. Tom Vialle
  15. Luke Neese
  16. Dilan Schwartz
  17. Coty Schock
  18. Jordon Smith
  19. Michael Hicks
  20. Robbie Wageman
  21. Cole Thompson
  22. Jace Owen

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