2022 Indianapolis Supercross Highlights & Results
Indianapolis, IN Indy (Indianapolis) Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship Highlights from round 11 of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Supercross.250SXIn the 250SX main event, it was championship leaders Jett Lawrence and Cameron McAdoo going back and forth early in the race. Lawrence started with the race lead…
Indianapolis, IN Indy (Indianapolis) Monster Strength AMA Supercross Championship
Highlights from spherical 11 of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Supercross.
Ama supercross 250SX
In the 250SX most important celebration, it was championship leaders Jett Lawrence and Cameron McAdoo going back and forth early in the race. Lawrence started out with the race direct but in the center portion of the race it appeared McAdoo experienced the higher hand. At some point, Lawrence caught up to the Kawasaki rider and made a go to get back into the top spot, and he would maintain it until taking the checkered flag. McAdoo held on for second area as RJ Hampshire held off Pierce Brown by just .398 seconds at the complete line for the remaining spot on the podium!
Lawrence carries on to lead the 250SX East Area championship after 5 rounds. Lawrence and McAdoo are the only two riders to land on the podium at all 5 rounds as they go on to battle as P1 and P2 in the standings.
Ama supercross 450SX
In the 450SX major occasion, Justin Barcia swung into and out of the 1st transform with the race guide. Jason Anderson manufactured his way into second location by the finish of the initial section. Just after top the first nine laps of the race, a bobble by Barcia in the whoops authorized Anderson to acquire more than the race direct. The incredibly following lap, Barcia arrived to the far inside as Anderson hit the exterior of the 180-diploma flip immediately after the supercross triple, taking the #21 to the ground. Anderson remounted powering a handful of riders and would sooner or later finish sixth. Barcia ongoing to simply click off lap right after lap until eventually Eli Tomac caught him and the two battled for P1. Tomac would guide the remaining 8 laps of the race to choose his 43rd profession 450SX principal event earn of his career—his sixth of the 2022 period. Barcia held on to just take the checkered flag in second spot, but he gained a three-point championship penalty and a $three,000 good next the race.
With Barcia’s penalty, he is now tied with Anderson for next in the standings as Tomac opens up a 51-level guide with 6 rounds remaining.