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Fox Racing Canada Presents Behind The Lens- 2023 Arlington Supercross

As the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross Series headed into Arlington, the championship battle in the 405SX class was heating up. Eli Tomac, Chase Sexton, and Cooper Webb had separated themselves from the rest of the pack and looked to be the three riders that would compete for this title. In the end, Webb took the win and inched closer to Tomac in the 450SX points standings. In the 250SX East class, Nate Thrasher held on in the three crash-filled main events to win the overall over Hunter Lawrence. The series will leave the Lone Star State and return to Florida for the famous Daytona Supercross.

Photos by Matt Wellumson

Opening ceremonies in Arlington is one of the best of the series.

Quinn Amyotte rode well but was unable to qualify for the night show.

Jason Anderson has been making a lot of mistakes this season but on Saturday night he was able to win one of the main events.

Justin Barcia looks to be getting more comfortable each weekend so look for him to do very well this weekend in Daytona.

You don’t see Barcia hit the ground very often but he did in Arlington.

Ken Roczen and Justin Cooper had a great battle in the final main event of the night.

Julien Benek tried out the 450SX class in Arlington and rode well on the technical and slippery track.

It’s taken a few weeks but Chris Blose is starting to find his groove.

Justin Cooper struggled a little in Arlington with his starts but he was able to still finish inside the top ten.

This is what an Arlington traffic jam looks like.

Hunter lawrence was once again the fastest rider in Arlington but a few mistakes cost him the win.

It’s been a while since JMart won a main event.

Meston Lockhart rode great in the KJSC race and finished tenth.

Michael Mosiman has not been his normal fast and aggressive self in 2023.

Cooper Webb was taking no prisoners while charging to the front of the 450SX pack.

In his first race since injuring both wrists in December Preston Masiangelo finish 11th in the SX Futures main event.

Ken Roczen needs to find a little more speed if he wants to have some more battles with Tomac.

For the third weekend in a row Chase Sexton made a late race mistake that cost him the 450SX win.

There wasn’t much room in the Arlington first turn.

Get your elbows up and hold on.

Eli Tomac shows perfect style while he exits a slippery Arlington turn.

Every rider on the track is amazed at Cooper Webb’s late race heroics.


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