After a subpar performance in his home state last weekend, Adam Cianciarulo came out and made a statement in the first 250 moto by winning by over ten seconds over his championship rivals Justin Cooper and Dylan Ferrandis. The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider got out to a good start, just edging out Cooper for the holeshot (his first of the year). Cianciarulo never looked back from there and let the battles ensue behind him. Derek Drake ran strong early in the moto, but was later pressured by his teammate Shane McElrath and also Dylan Ferrandis, who would eventually make their ways by Drake. Ferrandis also made the move on McElrath for third, but a few mistakes kept him from making a charge for second. Here’s how the rest of the 250 class rounded out moto one at round six of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship: (for extended coverage of the 2019 Southwick National MX, click here).

250 Moto One

1 Adam Cianciarulo
2 Justin Cooper
3 Dylan Ferrandis
4 R.J. Hampshire
5 Colt Nichols
6 Shane McElrath
7 Brandon Hartranft
8 Ty Masterpool
9 Hunter Lawrence
10 Alex Martin
11 Cameron McAdoo
12 Jacob Hayes
13 Chase Sexton
14 Jerry Robin
15 Jordan Bailey
16 Kyle Peters
17 Nick Gaines
18 Ramyller Alves
19 Mitchell Oldenburg
20 Justin Thompson
21 Derek Drake
22 Martin Davalos
23 Gabe Gutierres
24 Kevin Moranz
25 Cody Williams
26 Joshua Prior
27 Jake Pinhancos
28 Hayden Halstead
29 Corey Ridel
30 Joshua Berchem
31 James Harrington
32 Bryton Carroll
33 Jeffrey Walker
34 Aaron Zielfelder
35 Jonathan Mayzak
36 Stephen Czarnota
37 Cody Williams
38 Austin Brooks
39 Walter White
40 Zane Merrett

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