2024 Salt Lake Metropolis Supercross Outcomes: Jett Lawrence Takes Title


2024 Monster Power AMA Supercross Champion Jett Lawrence.

Driving a cautious race at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake Metropolis, Jett Lawrence’s P7 end was sufficient to win the 2024 Monster Power AMA Supercross Championship. Cooper Webb, the one rider not eradicated from the title chase going into the ultimate spherical, completed in P3; Webb wanted a P2 or higher to have any probability of wresting the title from Lawrence. Jett Lawrence is the third rookie to win a 450SX championship, becoming a member of Jeremy McGrath and Ryan Dungey.

2024 Salt Lake City Supercross Results, Standings, Video and Coverage: Jett Lawrence
Jett Lawrence.

Defending Supercross Champion Chase Sexton gained the lightning-delayed Salt Lake Metropolis Predominant Occasion, and finishes the season in P3 within the standings, 19 factors behind Webb and 44 shy of Lawrence. Justin Cooper took his first 450SX podium with a P2 outcome.

2024 Salt Lake City Supercross Results, Standings, Video and Coverage: Chase Sexton
Chase Sexton.

It was an anticlimactic ending to the collection, as Chase Sexton grabbed the holeshot and was by no means challenged. Likewise, Cooper settled into P2 and was there each lap. When Hunter Lawrence and Jason Anderson got here collectively on lap 2, Webb capitalized by shifting into P3, which he held the complete race. Jett Lawrence began in P7 and moved as much as P4 by lap 3 earlier than coasting to the championship-clinching P7 end.

2024 Salt Lake City Supercross Results, Standings, Video and Coverage: Justin Cooper
Justin Cooper.

Anderson and Eli Tomac tied on collection factors, with Tomac successful the best-finish tie-breaker due to a win at St. Louis. Cooper’s P2 moved him forward of injured Ken Roczen for P6 within the standings, and Barcia’s P5 end moved him away from Hunter Lawrence within the battle for P8. Malcolm Stewart handed the injured Aaron Plessinger to take the final top-10 spot within the closing standings. Forty-five riders scored factors within the 450SX class in 2024.

RJ Hampshire gained the 250SX West championship, and Tom Vialle took the 250SX East title.

Unique pictures by Will Embree / SMX Photos

2024 Salt Lake Metropolis Supercross Outcomes

  1. Chase Sexton, KTM
  2. Justin Cooper, Yamaha
  3. Cooper Webb, Yamaha
  4. Jason Anderson, Kawasaki
  5. Justin Barcia, GasGas
  6. Malcolm Stewart, Husqvarna
  7. Jett Lawrence, Honda
  8. Dylan Ferrandis, Honda
  9. Mitchell Oldenburg, Honda
  10. Dean Wilson, Honda
  11. Colt Nichols, Beta
  12. Vince Friese, Honda
  13. Justin Hill, KTM
  14. Shane McElrath, Suzuki
  15. Hunter Lawrence, Honda
  16. Kyle Chisholm, Suzuki
  17. Jeremy Hand, Honda
  18. Grant Harlan, Yamaha
  19. Freddie Norén, Kawasaki
  20. Adam Cianciarulo, Kawasaki
  21. Devin Simonson, Yamaha
  22. Kevin Moranz, KTM

2024 Monster Power AMA Supercross Championship Sequence Last Standings 

  1. Jett Lawrence, Honda, 351 factors (8 wins, 10 podiums, 13 prime fives)
  2. Cooper Webb, Yamaha, 336 (4W, 9P, 14 T5)
  3. Chase Sexton, KTM, 307 (2W, 9P, 12 T5)
  4. Eli Tomac, Yamaha, 282 (1 W, 6P, 8 T5)
  5. Jason Anderson, Kawasaki, 282 (4P, 11 T5)
  6. Justin Cooper, Yamaha, 227 (1P, 2 T5)
  7. Ken Roczen, Suzuki, 223 (1W, 6P, 8 T5)
  8. Justin Barcia, GasGas, 217 (1P, 4 T5)
  9. Hunter Lawrence, 207 (2P, 4 T5)
  10. Malcolm Stewart, Husqvarna, 200
  11. Aaron Plessinger, KTM, 198 (1W, 3P, 7 T5)
  12. Dylan Ferrandis, Honda, 147 (1 T5)
  13. Shane McElrath, Suzuki, 132 (1 T5)
  14. Adam Cianciarulo, Kawasaki, 95
  15. Benny Bloss, Beta, 94
  16. Dean Wilson, Honda, 91
  17. Justin Hill, KTM, 71
  18. Kyle Chisholm, Suzuki, 66
  19. Vince Friese, Honda, 64
  20. Colt Nichols, Beta, 62
  21. Mitchell Oldenburg, Honda, 55
  22. Jorge Prado, GasGas, 45
  23. Christian Craig, Husqvarna, 39
  24. Freddie Norén, Kawasaki, 38
  25. Cade Clason, Kawasaki, 34
  26. Derek Drake, Suzuki, 33
  27. Mitchell Harrison, Kawasaki, 25
  28. Jeremy Hand, Honda, 23
  29. Ty Masterpool, Kawasaki, 19
  30. Grant Harlan, Yamaha, 13
  31. Jerry Robin, Yamaha, 10
  32. John Brief, Kawasaki, 8
  33. Austin Politelli, GasGas, 7
  34. Anthony Bourdon, Suzuki, 7
  35. Ryan Breece, Yamaha, 6
  36. Justin Rodbell, KTM, 5
  37. Devon Simonson, Yamaha, 4
  38. Carson Mumford, Honda, 3
  39. Aaron Tanti, Kawasaki, 3
  40. Tristan Lane, KTM, 3
  41. Justin Starling, Honda, 2
  42. Josh Hill, Yamaha, 2
  43. Kevin Moranz, KTM, 2
  44. Jason Clermont, Kawasaki, 1
  45. Robbie Wageman, Yamaha, 1




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