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2019 Monster Energy Supercross Finale

May 022019

450SX

Cooper Webb enters the weekend with a 23-point lead over Eli Tomac and will likely clinch his first 450 title on Saturday. But, anything can happen in racing, so let’s examine what exactly he needs to do to clinch.

Webb Wins the Title If…

If he finishes 20th or better, he wins the championship—no matter what Tomac does.

 

Tomac Wins the Title If…

If he wins the race, and Webb finishes 21st or worse, Tomac wins the championship. There’s a 24-point gap between first and 21st. 

 

If Tomac finishes second in the main event…

Webb wins the title, even if he fails to qualify for the main event, as he holds a 23-point lead entering Vegas and he holds the tie-breaker. Second place awards 23 points.

 

250SX West Region

Adam Cianciarulo enters the weekend with an eight-point lead over Dylan Ferrandis.

 

AC Wins The Title If…

If he finishes fifth or better, he wins the championship—no matter what Ferrandis does.

 

Ferrandis Wins The Title If…

If he wins the race, and AC finishes sixth or worse, Ferrandis wins the championship. There’s a nine-point gap between first and sixth.

 

250SX East Region

Chase Sexton enters the weekend with a nine-point lead over Justin Cooper.

 

Sexton Wins The Title If…

If he finishes sixth or better, he wins the championship—no matter what Cooper does.

 

Cooper Wins The Title If…

If he wins the race, and Sexton finishes seventh or worse, Cooper wins the championship. There’s a ten-point gap between first and seventh.

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