LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS FINALE

The 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series wrapped up this weekend at Prairie City SOHV park in Sacramento, California at the Hangtown Classic. It was expected to be an uneventful race, but that’s not how the day played out. In the 450 class, Dylan Ferrandis had already wrapped up the championship, so it was expected that  he would use the race as a victory lap for the season, riding it out without taking any risks. As it turned out, he rode one of the greatest races of his career. In the first race, he took the lead from rival Ken Roczen after the halfway point and then pulled away. In the second race, he got tangled in carnage right off the start, then had to fight his way through the pack. In the meantime, Eli Tomac overcame early leaders Cristian Craig and Cooper Webb to get in front and tantalizingly close to the overall win. Unfortunately for Tomac, Ferrandis was able to get up to third place in the end, which gave him the overall win as the cherry on top of his championship.

The 250 class was even more dramatic. Jett Lawrence came in with a 23-point lead and saw cut in half  after two crashes in the first moto. Justin Cooper, on the other hand, was perfect. He got the holeshot and withstood constant pressure from RJ Hampshire to keep his championship points alive. In the second race, Lawrence had o finish seventh or better to earn the championship. Once again, he fell while Cooper passed his way into the lead. In the end, Cooper’s 1-1 score wasn’t enough to seal the deal. Lawrence was able to puss his way to third to retain his championship lead, if only by six points.

450 CLASS

1. Dylan Ferrandis 1/3
2. Eli Tomac 4/1
3. Cooper Webb 3/2
4. Christian Craig 5/4
5. Brandon Hartranft 7/6
6. Max Anstie 9/5
7. Ryan Surratt 8/8
8. Justin Bogle 10/7
9. Ken Roczen 2/40
10. Robbie Wageman 12/9
11. Justin Rodbell 11/12
12. Coty Schock 6/20
13. Bryson Gardner 18/10
14. Kevin Moranz 17/11
15. RJ Wageman 16/14
16. Scott Meshey 14/16
17. Jake Mohnike 22/13
18. Fredrik Noren 13/38
19. Jeremy Smith 40/15
20. Jacob Runkles 15/36
21. Zack Williams 26/17
22. Hunter Schlosser 31/18
23. Layton Smail 24/19
24. Clayton Tucker 19/21
25. Colby Copp 20/28
26. Dominic DeSimone 21/22
27. Joshua Philbrick 25/23
28. Ezra Lewis 27/25
29. Justin Jones 29/24
30. Kolton Dean 28/26
31. Wyatt Lyonsmith 23/33
32. Josh Mosiman 30/27
33. Mccoy Brough 32/30
34. Devon Bates 34/29
35. Nicholas Nisbet 33/32
36. Philip Maus 35/34
37. Anthony Gonsalves 38/35
38. Lucas Lamborn 36/37
39. Ben LaMay 37/39
40. Austin Cozadd -/31
41. Blake Ballard 39/-

Justin Cooper finally got his 1-1 overall win.

250 CLASS

1. Justin Cooper 1/1
2. Jo Shimoda 4/2
3. RJ Hampshire 2/6
4. Maximus Vohland 5/4
5. Jett Lawrence 8/3
6. Hunter Lawrence 3/9
7. Dilan Schwartz 10/7
8. Joshua Varize 7/11
9. Levi Kitchen 6/12
10. Michael Mosiman 11/8
11. Jarrett Frye 9/10
12. Austin Forkner 40/5
13. Derek Kelley 12/14
14. Preston Kilroy 14/13
15. Carson Mumford 13/15
16. Rick Elzinga 17/16
17. Austin Black 18/18
18. Ty Masterpool 15/37
19. Xylian Ramella 20/17
20. Jerry Robin 16/38
21. Brayden Lessler 24/19
22. Tanner Ward 19/27
23. Tommy Rios 21/20
24. Christopher Prebula 23/22
25. TJ Uselman 26/21
26. Tyson Johnson 28/24
27. Derek Drake 27/25
28. Brandon Ray 22/32
29. Levi Newby 32/23
30. Cole Bailey 34/26
31. Brian DeRuyter 35/28
32. Maxwell Sanford 30/33
33. Noah Willbrandt 29/36
34. Slade Smith 25/40
35. Chad Saultz 36/30
36. Tyler Evans 37/35
37. Tyler Ducray 38/39
38. Mason Olson -/29
39. Tre Fierro 31/-
40. Jorge Rubalcava -/31
41. Bradley Lionnet 33/-
42. Hunter Calle -/34
43. Devin Simonson 39/-

 

Jett Lawrence said he had a bad day, but it was still good enough to clinch the 2021 250 National Motocross Championship.

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