News 16 Jun 2019

Tomac wins High Point as Lawrence claims maiden Pro Motocross podium

Cianciarulo records fourth consecutive 250MX victory.

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Defending champion Eli Tomac (Monster Energy Kawasaki) has won round four of the 2019 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship at High Point, as Australian Hunter Lawrence (Geico Honda) earned his maiden 250MX podium with a race win to his name.

Tomac’s consistency reigned supreme at High Point, lodging a 3-2 scorecard to earn the overall ahead of Ken Roczen (Team Honda HRC), who registered 6-1 race scores for second overall. The pair are now tied for the points lead.

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jason Anderson locked out the podium in third, followed by Cooper Webb (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) and Zach Osborne (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing) in the top five. Australian Dean Ferris (Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing) was 11th in the classification.

In the 250MX category, Adam Cianciarulo (Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki) recorded his fourth overall win in as many rounds, completing the weekend with a 2-1 scorecard. It was a incredible weekend for Lawrence, storming to victory in race one before winding up in third in the final moto for second overall.

Geico Honda’s Chase Sexton was third ahead of Monster Energy Yamalube Yamaha Star Racing duo Dylan Ferrandis and Colt Nichols. Australian Wilson Todd (TLD Red Bull KTM) earned a career-best 10th overall.

The Pro Motocross championship now heads WW Ranch Motocross Park in Florida for round five next weekend.

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