Premier 450 class point leader Eli Tomac made it four wins in a row. Putting a late-race pass on Justin Barcia (Gas-Gas) and surviving a couple of last-lap miscues, Tomac ended with the victory at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday. In the 250 class, Cameron McAdoo placed 2nd, keeping him in 2nd place overall in the Eastern Supercross (ESX) standings.
Tomac’s fourth-consecutive win is the first time a rider has won four straight on the tour since 2017. This win was the 43rd of Tomac's career – putting him one win behind all-time SX 4th place wins racer Chad Reed (44 wins). In addition, Tomac’s 255 total points and 51-point lead in the overall 450 class standings is the largest margin over 2nd place – Jason Anderson and Barcia, both at 204 points – following 11 rounds of racing through the past two decades.
Chase Sexton would also make the top five at Indy, placing 4th in the 450 main event while Anderson, who led the race early, wound up in 6th place after a rough get-together with Barcia. Kyle Chisholm would also make the top ten in the 250 class, placing 7th.