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Eli Tomac Has A Mile High Performance In Denver!

Coming into Round 16 in Denver, all Star Racing Yamaha rider Eli Tomac had to do was finish 14th or better if his main championship rival Jason Anderson won the 450SX main event. Well, both riders ended up doing their part as Anderson took the lead early and never looked back. Tomac, who was also nursing a sore knee from a mishap in Atlanta a few weeks back, got off to decent start and then pretty much put his YZ450F on cruise control. By the end of the 450SX main event Tomac had dropped back to 5th place which was good enough for him to clinched his second 450SX Championship. What a year it’s been for the 29th year old and to win the title in front of his hometown fans was just on the icing on the cake. In the 250SX West class, Hunter Lawrence again refused to allow Christian Craig to clinch their title as he rode away to his third win in a row. Craig, who was challenging Lawrence for the lead early, went down in the sand section on lap 5 and was forced to play catch up. He would battle back to third and that would be enough to secure his first-ever SX title. Now the 250SX West Championship will go down to the final race this weekend in Salt Lake City. As he’s been doing all season long Matt Wellumson sent us these incredible photos from Round 16 in Denver.

2022 Denver Supercross Results:

450 Main Event
1. Jason Anderson (Kawasaki)
2. Malcolm Stewart (Husqvarna)
3. Marvin Musquin (KTM)
4. Chase Sexton (Honda)
5. Eli Tomac (Yamaha)
6. Cooper Webb (KTM)
7. Justin Barcia (GasGas)
8. Justin Brayton (Honda)
9. Mitchell Oldenburg (Honda)
10. Kyle Chisholm (Yamaha

250 Main Event
1. Hunter Lawrence (Honda)
2. Michael Mosiman (GasGas)
3. Christian Craig (Yamaha)
4. Jo Shimoda (Kawasaki)
5.Garrett Marchbanks (Yamaha)
6. Vince Friese (Honda)
7. Chris Blose (GasGas)
8. Robbie Wageman (Yamaha)
9. Nate Thrasher (Yamaha)
10. Jalek Swoll (Husqvarna)

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Your 250SX West podium from Denver
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Your 450SX podium from Denver!
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As always the start in Denver was very important.
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This team has had many reasons to celebrate in 2022.
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As he’s done in the past three weeks, Jason Anderson styled his way to another victory in Denver.
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With the hard and dry conditions in Denver the whoops were especially tricky.
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For the second time in his career Eli Tomac has the plate that every riders wants.
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Christian Craig will have to wait at least one more week to hopefully win his first-ever SX title.
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The ledge in front of the start caused problems all night long.
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Even though it was an afternoon race the fans came out to watch their favourite SX riders.
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Hunter Lawrence has been on roll lately and once again he won the 250SX West main event in Denver.
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Christian Craig will take an 18 point lead into the final round of the 250SX West Series.
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Marvin Musquin continued his solid riding at Round 16 and once again found himself on the 450SX podium.
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The sand section in Denver also caused the riders a lot of issues.

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Chase Sexton was leading early on in the 450SX main event but once again he had a mental lapse and crashed.
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Jo Shimoda rode solid in Denver and ended up finishing 4th in the 250SX West main event.
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The riders has to use great throttle control as they navigated the slippery first turn.
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What a year it’s been for Eli Tomac and his Star Racing Yamaha Team.
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Prior to the 450SX main event Tomac was as relaxed as ever.
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Cooper Webb struggled on the slippery Denver track and could only manage a 6th place finish.
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Congratulations to Eli Tomac, his family, and the entire Star Racing Team.


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