450 NATIONAL MX STANDINGS AFTER UNADILLA

Eli Tomac had arguably one of his worst rides of the season and still finished fourth overall at round ten of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship in New Berlin, New York. With that, he also lost ten points out of his 50-point gap over Marvin Musquin in second. 40 points is still a comfortable margin, but having anymore rides like today could have Tomac seeing the championship slip away. Ken Roczen, on the other hand, made up a good amount of points to put him one point behind Musquin and only 41 out of the lead. Here’s how the rest of the 450 class stacks up after ten rounds of racing: (For extended coverage of the 2019 Unadilla National MX, click here.)

450 Points Standings

1 Eli Tomac 426
2 Marvin Musquin 386
3 Ken Roczen 385
4 Jason Anderson 336
5 Zach Osborne 331
6 Cooper Webb 324
7 Justin Barcia 252
8 Justin Bogle 208
9 Fredrik Noren 204
10 Blake Baggett 175
11 Dean Ferris 136
12 Joey Savatgy 127
13 Benny Bloss 110
14 John Short 103
15 Henry Miller 102
16 Lorenzo Locurcio 94
17 Dean Wilson 86
18 Ben LaMay 84
19 Tyler Bowers 72
20 Cole Seely 59
21 Aaron Plessinger 51
22 Justin Hill 51
23 Todd Waters 46
24 Kyle Cunningham 35
25 Jake Masterpool 35
26 James Weeks 32
27 Coty Schock 26
28 Taiki Koga 23
29 Toshiki Tomita 22
30 Isaac Teasdale 22
31 Dylan Merriam 18
32 Kyle Chisholm 13
34 Cody Cooper 6
33 Tristan Lane 6
35 Erki Kahro 5
36 Ryan Dowd 5
37 Matthew Hubert 5
38 Felix Lopez 3
39 Mathias Jorgensen 3
40 Dustin Winter 3
41 Chris Canning 2
42 Dare DeMartile 2
43 Caleb Tennant 2
47 Cade Autenrieth 1
46 Noah Mcconahy 1
44 Heath Harrison 1
45 Brandan Leith 1

Comments are closed.