2019 Monster Energy Supercross Results

May 7, 2019 / by Rekluse Team

Rekluse riders had a great 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season, including Dylan Ferrandis winning the 250SX West Championship. Congratulations to all our riders! 

Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha

Ferrandis Championship Podium

Round 17, Las Vegas, NV

250SX West Class: 

Dylan Ferrandis lined up in Las Vegas 8 points behind the lead. After taking 4th in the West heat race, Ferrandis went on to take the main event win and secure his first career championship. Congratulations to Dylan and the entire Star Racing Team! 

Colt Nichols finished the main event in 6th place, earning enough points to end the season in 3rd place in the points standings.

250SX East Class: 

Justin Cooper made his way to an 8th place finish in the main, finishing the season in 2nd place overall. 

Mitchell Oldenburg missed the main event due to a crash in the LCQ. He ended the season in 7th place overall. 

Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha runs Core Manual TorqDrive in their Yamaha YZ250F's

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing

Zach Osborne Las Vegas - Credit Rockstar Husqvarna, Simon Cudby

© Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing, Simon Cudby

450SX Class: 

Zach Osborne's debut 450 Class season ended on a high note, taking 5th place in the main. He finished the season 14th overall after battling injuries. 

Dean Wilson sat out in Las Vegas due to injury, but finished the season in 6th place overall. 

Last year's champ Jason Anderson also suffered from injuries this year, finishing the season in 23rd. 

250SX West Class: 

Michael Mosiman took 7th place in the main event, earning himself 6th place in the season points. 

250SX East Class: 

Jordan Bailey finished 13th in Las Vegas, ending the season in 10th place overall. 

Thomas Covington also had injuries this year, ending his rookie Supercross season in 24th overall. 


Smartop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts Racing Honda


Photo Courtesy of Smartop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts Racing Honda

450SX Class: 

In his second race back from injury, Justin Brayton took 11th place. He finished the season in 10th place overall.

Malcolm Stewart wasn't able to line up in Las Vegas, still recovering from his injury. He finished the season in 30th overall, and signed a contract to continue with the team in 2020. 

Ben Lamay continued to fill in for the injured Stewart, finishing just behind Brayton in 12th place in Las Vegas. He ended the season 18th overall. 

H.E.P. Motorsports Suzuki

176191_hep_2 (photo by HEP)

Photo Courtesy of H.E.P. Motorsports Suzuki

450SX Class: 

Adam Enticknap (a.k.a. The Seven Deuce Deuce) finished 18th in Las Vegas and 31st in the overall points. 

Alex Ray took 15th in the main event, ending the season in 19th place overall. 

Kyle Chisholm crossed the line in 13th place, earning enough points to secure 17th place overall. 

Gas Monkey Energy / AJE Motorsports

Chris Blose AJE Gas Monkey

250SX West Class: 

Chris Blose was injured in the main event and was unable to finish. He finished the season 9th in points. 

Justin Starling made it into the main with a 3rd place finish in the LCQ, going on to take 16th. He ended the season 14th in the points standings.

Dylan Merriam did not make the main event, finishing 20th in points.

Blose, Starling, and Merriam run our TorqDrive Clutch Pack in their Husqvarnas. 

TPJ Racing 

John Short - Credit John Short, TPJ

Photo Courtesy of John Short, TPJ Racing

450SX Class: 

Austin Politelli finished 21st in Las Vegas and 28th in the final overall points standings.

250SX East Class: 

John Short took 14th on the night, also finishing 14th in the series points.

JMC Motorsports Racing

Martin Castelo - Credit JMC Motorsports, Chris Ganz

Photo Courtesy of Martin Castelo, JMC Motorsports Racing, Chris Ganz

250SX West Class: 

Martin Castelo finished the season in 12th place in the points standings after missing the main event in Las Vegas. 

Brandon Leith finished the season in 27th in the points standings. 

Chris Howell earned 24th in the overall season standings. 

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