2022 Professional Motocross Spherical 12 Fox Raceway 2 Outcomes

September 4, 2022

Ryan Nitzen | September 3, 2022

Effectively people, all of it comes all the way down to this. The ultimate spherical of the 2022 Professional Motocross Championship takes place at this time for spherical 12, the second time the collection has visited Fox Raceway. It’s an absolute scorcher at this time with temps within the triple digit ranges. Motos have truly been minimize to 25 minutes plus two laps due to the extreme warmth wave. Nonetheless, only one level separates Eli Tomac and Chase Sexton at first of the day. We’re right here to carry you all of the motion so make sure to scroll down and see all of it.

450 Moto 1

Followers obtained what they paid for as Chase Sexton grabbed the holeshot with Eli Tomac simply behind him in second. Sexton took off with the lead and held it for the primary half of the race earlier than getting caught up with lapped visitors. Tomac stayed proper there and the 2 contenders placed on an absolute clinic for the complete 25-minute moto.

The 2 championship contenders began up entrance early. Photograph Brown Canine Wilson

Tomac managed a go for the lead whereas Sexton struggled with lappers. As soon as he took excessive spot he by no means relinquished. It was a vital win for Tomac because it pads his factors lead. He can now end second within the second moto and nonetheless safe the title.

Sexton didn’t give an inch to Tomac for the entire moto. A couple of errors held him again however he held the hole to only 1.5 seconds on the line. The entrance two completed over a minute forward of third place, with lap instances practically 4 seconds a lap quicker than anybody on the observe. Sexton nonetheless must win the second moto and maintain Tomac in third if he needs to clinch the championship.

A terrific journey for Christian Craig in moto one ending third. He battled with Justin Barcia for a lot of the moto however nabbed the ultimate spot on the rostrum. Craig obtained an total podium right here on the season opener and is prone to be robust in moto two.

Tomac got here out with the win in moto one. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

450 Moto 2

All the pieces boiled all the way down to the ultimate 450 moto of the day with. Christian Craig, Tomac’s crew mate, took management of the holeshot and the early lead. He led the opening lap over Jason Anderson and Chase Sexton. In the meantime, Tomac was buried down in ninth, placing the title in Sexton’s favor.

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Whereas working third, Sexton went down within the tight s-turns. He fell once more on the identical lap and dropped from third to seventh. This allowed Tomac to go Sexton which then put the title in the direction of Tomac’s nook.

Sexton wasn’t performed but and pushed practically again as much as the again of Tomac in just a few quick laps. Whereas forcing the problem, Sexton tucked the entrance finish but once more. This virtually sealed the deal for Tomac as he soldiered on to the lead.

A tricky moto two noticed Sexton fall 3 times.

Tomac then put his eyes on Anderson for the highest spot. Anderson momentarily stalled the bike and that’s all she wrote. Tomac slipped via to the lead which solidified his place because the championship winner. He cruised to victory eight seconds over Sexton.

Regardless of three falls, Sexton nonetheless held on second. He finishes seven factors down within the championship.

Anderson led just a few laps and got here house third.

Jason Anderson held on for third within the moto and third total at this time with 4-3 finishes. That is Anderson’s finest outside season up to now as he additionally rounds out the rostrum within the total championship standings.

450MX General Outcomes (High 10)

1. Eli Tomac (Yam) 1-1
2.  Chase Sexton (Hon) 2-2
3. Jason Anderson (Kaw) 4-3
4. Christian Craig (Yam) 3-4
5. Justin Barcia (GG) 6-5
6. Aaron Plessinger (KTM) 7-7
7. Benny Bloss (KTM) 6-8
8. Ryan Dungey (KTM) 10-5
9. Ken Roczen (Hon) 8-13
10. Dean Wilson (Hus) 13-9

250 Moto 1

The primary title of the day was determined in 250 moto one. Jett Lawrence was the plain favourite however nonetheless needed to end twelfth or higher to safe his second consecutive title. He did precisely what he wanted to do by holeshotting the moto after which main each lap. Issues obtained shut a number of instances however the primary held it via to the checkers.

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Jett Lawrence grabbed the holeshot and early lead. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

Hunter Lawrence crossed the road second, simply 0.4 seconds again from his brother. It was a hard-fought race for Hunter as he began again in fifth and needed to work his manner via the pack. He handed Justin Cooper and was then gifted a spot as Marvin Musquin went off the observe. Hunter stalked Jo Shimoda for a lot of the moto and made the transfer in a dive-bomb go that really put Shimoda on the bottom. A second place for Hunter nonetheless holds him third in factors, simply three again from Shimoda heading into the ultimate moto.

Jo Shimoda stalked Jett for a lot of the moto earlier than taking place. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

Justin Cooper made a last-lap go to safe the ultimate podium place. He ran up entrance early however light mid-moto. Cooper closed in after Shimoda hit the deck and handed for third in a last-ditch effort. A podium end is a powerful journey for Cooper with just one moto to go.

Hunter Lawrence was this shut on the end and practically received the moto. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

250 Moto 2

The warmth continued in 250 moto two with Justin Cooper taking the holeshot and early lead. Jo Shimoda was searching for redemption from his tangle in moto one and rapidly made his approach to the lead. As soon as Shimoda obtained management of the lead it was recreation over for the remainder of the sector. Shimoda took off, gapping second place by over 20 seconds. 4-1 scores for Shimoda put him second total on the day and secured the second spot in total factors.

Jett Lawrence already wrapped up the title coming into the ultimate moto of the season however that didn’t cease him from making an attempt arduous. A fourth place begin had his work minimize out for him and his transfer into third earned him the general win for the day. He didn’t cease there and made a transfer on Justin Cooper for second. These two battled for the latter half of the race however 1-2 scores have been ok to shut the season out on an total win.

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Justin Cooper obtained the beginning in moto two and held the lead early within the second race. A small mistake gave the result in Shimoda however Cooper stayed within the hunt. He battled with Lawrence late within the race and crossed third. The MXoN rider went 3-3 on the day, placing him third total within the ultimate spherical.

250 Podium

250MX General Outcomes (High 10)

1. Jett Lawrence (Hon) 1-2
2.  Jo Shimoda (Kaw) 4-1
3. Justin Cooper (Yam) 3-3
4. Hunter Lawrence (Hon) 2-5
5. RJ Hampshire (Hus) 7-4
6. Seth Hammaker (Kaw) 6-7
7. Marvin Musquin (KTM) 5-9
8. Max Vohland (KTM) 12-6
9. Nate Thrasher (Yam) 14-8
10. Carson Mumford (Suz) 12-10



Everybody has their eyes on the 450 class. Sexton went 1-1 right here on the collection opener however Eli Tomac topped the charts with the quickest time. The 2 went toe to toe and minimize their lap time consecutively one after the opposite however Tomac’s time held up nearly a full second quicker than Sexton’s. Jason Anderson snuck in on the final minute and grabbed the second spot and bumping Sexton to 3rd.

Eli Tomac struck first with the quickest qualifying time. Photograph: BrownDog Wilson
Jason Anderson obtained in between the 2 championship leaders and located himself second. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson
Sexton’s finest time was ok for third. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

450MX Mixed Qualifying (High 10)

1. Eli Tomac (Yam) 1-3
2.  Jason Anderson (Kaw) 2-2
3. Chase Sexton (Hon) 4-1
4. Ryan Dungey (KTM) 3-4
5. Ken Roczen (Hon) 5-5
6. Aaron Plessinger (KTM) 7-6
7. Christian Craig (Yam) 6-7
8. Benny Bloss (KTM) 9-8
9. Garrett Marchbanks (Yam) 11-9
10. Justin Barcia (GG) 10-11


Jett Lawrence waited till the final lap of qualifying to throw down his finest time. Jett’s time was a half-second quicker than Justin Cooper who clocked second. Behind them was RJ Hampshire, a full two seconds again.

Jett snuck in a quick lap on the finish of qualifying. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson
Justin Cooper obtained bumped from the highest and clocked second. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson
RJ Hampshire seems good at this time and certified third. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson

250MX Mixed Qualifying (High 10)

1. Jett Lawrence (Hon) 2:26.061
2.  Justin Cooper (Yam) 2:26.623
3. RJ Hampshire (Hus) 2:28.108
4. Nate Thrasher (Yam) 2:28.140
5. Hunter Lawrence (Hon) 2:28.264
6. Jo Shimoda (Kaw) 2:28.539
7. Seth Hammaker (Kaw) 2:28.560
8. Haiden Deegan (Yam) 2:29.040
9. Marvin Musquin (KTM) 2:29.115
10. Max Vohland (KTM) 2:29.468

Pics From The Pits

Justin Cooper is working the Crew USA Motocross of Nations package this weekend. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson
He’s additionally sporting #102 for at this time’s motos. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson
Right here’s a full have a look at Cooper’s journey. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
The Husqvarna crew is rocking this tremendous cool classic look on their bikes. That is additionally the final time we’ll see Dean Wilson open air in addition to on the Husky crew. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Marvin Musquin is at Pala and racing a 250! He’s utilizing this spherical to gear up for Motocross of Nations. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Marv stretching the 250 in apply. He certified ninth. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Likelihood Hymas is making his professional debut at this time with the Honda HRC crew. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Hymas regarded good and logged the eleventh finest time. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Hymas’s Fly Method lid. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Customized Alpinestar Tech 10’s for Jett Lawrence. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Right here’s the total package. Insert hearth emoji. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Haiden Deegan is giving it a go once more this weekend. He had an enormous get off final week at Ironman. Photograph: Brown Canine Wilson
Jett wants to complete twelfth or higher in moto one to lock up the title. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Take a look at these trick body extenders on Jett’s bike. Extra grip. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
The opposite facet. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Aaron Plessinger is recent off a podium at Ironman. Photograph: Ryan Nitzen
Two guys, one level. Let’s go racing! Photograph: Ryan Nitzen

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