Monster Energy Supercross: Eli Tomac Charges While Justin Hill Wins 250 West Championship

Tomac Is On A Mission

450 Class:

After a nice week off the guys returned to the track in Salt Lake City. It seemed as if it was going to be Ryan Dungey’s night. He was able to beat out Tomac in the heat race. Then in the main Tomac had a terrible start, he was 18 after turn one. Dungey got a great start as he started third but made his way to the front after the first turn. From here it seemed like Dungey had the win in the bag. Tomac had other ideas as he charged hard making passes every lap. Tomac had made most of his passes after the whoops section. He then caught Dungey and made his pass at the end of the whoops section. Tomac then gained a five second lead and grabbed the victory.

Tomac leads by only three points

450 Results:

1. Eli Tomac
2. Ryan Dungey
3. Jason Anderson
4. Marvin Musquin
5. Joshua Grant
6. Chad Reed
7. Davi Millsaps
8. Blake Baggett
9. Cooper Webb
10. Dean Wilson

250 Class:

The championship was on the line for the 250 west boys. Aaron Plessinger cam into the night down by 18 points behind Justin Hill. Hill needed to stay within 24 points of Plessinger to get the championship. Plessinger got out to a quick start and grabbed first. Hill did not get off to a great start. At the start Hill was not close enough to get the championship, then craziness ensued. First Plessinger crashed in the whoops and his shot at the win was over. Then a few laps later Austin Forkner crashed in the whoops as well. This allowed Hill to grab third. Shane McElrath grabbed the event win but Hill got the championship.

250 Results:

1. Shane McElrath
2. Mitchell Oldenburg
3. Justin Hill
4. Martin Davalos
5. Jimmy Decotis
6. Austin Forkner
7. Dan Reardon
8. Hayden Mellross
9. Kyle Chisholm
10. Tyler Bowers

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