Skip to content

⚡FREE SHIPPING + FREE GIFT WITH EVERY ORDER!⚡

2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Round 1 Results

2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Round 1 Results Hydro Power

The 2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Championship kicked off with a bang at the well-known Fox Raceway. Following a brief one-week break, the riders returned to the track, all set to commence the summer racing series. Providing on-the-spot coverage from Pala, we present the key takeaways from the intense competition that unfolded across four riveting motos, featuring victories from both Lawrence brothers.

450 Moto 1: Jett Lawrence’s Smooth Victory

Jett Lawrence Fox Raceway Win

In the inaugural 450 Moto, Jett Lawrence demonstrated an impressive performance. He secured the holeshot, took the lead, and maintained his position to clinch the win, marking the beginning of his 450MX career.

Chase Sexton Fox Raceway Results

His teammate, Chase Sexton, despite a slow start, fought back to secure the second spot. The first moto also saw the return of Dylan Ferrandis, who secured a podium spot by finishing third, holding off the KTM duo - Webb and Plessinger.

450 Moto 2: Lawrence-Sexton Domination Continues

The second 450 Moto mirrored the first, with Lawrence and Sexton maintaining their lead positions. The thrilling race saw the teammates closely competing for a span of 36 minutes. Despite a few errors, Lawrence managed to secure another win, followed by Sexton. This marked a 1-1 finish for Lawrence and a 2-2 finish for Sexton, leading to a Honda double podium. Ferrandis continued his steady performance, securing the third spot and an overall third place in the championship standings. Webb and Plessinger exchanged positions, finishing fourth and fifth respectively.

450MX Overall Standings (Top 10)

  1. Jett Lawrence (Honda) 1-1
  2. Chase Sexton (Honda) 2-2
  3. Dylan Ferrandis (Yamaha) 3-3
  4. Aaron Plessinger (KTM) 5-4
  5. Cooper Webb (KTM) 4-5
  6. Adam Cianciarulo (Kawasaki) 6-7
  7. Grant Harlan (Yamaha) 9-6
  8. Jose Butron (GasGas) 10-8
  9. Lorenzo Locurcio (GasGas) 7-11
  10. Fredrik Noren (Suzuki) 13-9

250 Moto 1: RJ Hampshire Sets the Pace

The 250 Moto 1 was dominated by RJ Hampshire, who led from the beginning and maintained his position to win the race. Following closely was Max Vohland, who put up a strong performance to secure the second spot. The 250 East Supercross champion, Hunter Lawrence, had a slow start but picked up the pace, finishing in the third spot.

250 Moto 2: Hunter Lawrence Bounces Back

Hunter Lawrence dominated the second 250 Moto, leading from start to finish. With 3-1 finishes, Lawrence emerged victorious in the first round. The second spot was secured by Haiden Deegan, the 250 rookie who showcased an impressive performance. Tom Vialle, the two-time MX2 World Champion, secured the third spot in his debut race in the United States. RJ Hampshire, who led the first 250 Moto, couldn't replicate his success in the second race due to multiple crashes and ended up in the eleventh spot. Despite the setback, his 1-11 scores were enough to secure him third place overall.

The 2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Championship Round 1 concluded with intense competition and thrilling performances, setting the stage for an exciting seasonTitle: 2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Championship Round 1 - Detailed Results and Highlights

Article:

The 2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Championship kicked off with a bang at the well-known Fox Raceway. Following a brief one-week break, the riders returned to the track, all set to commence the summer racing series. Providing on-the-spot coverage from Pala, we present the key takeaways from the intense competition that unfolded across four riveting motos, featuring victories from both Lawrence brothers.

450 Moto 1: Jett Lawrence’s Smooth Victory

In the inaugural 450 Moto, Jett Lawrence demonstrated an impressive performance. He secured the holeshot, took the lead, and maintained his position to clinch the win, marking the beginning of his 450MX career. His teammate, Chase Sexton, despite a slow start, fought back to secure the second spot. The first moto also saw the return of Dylan Ferrandis, who secured a podium spot by finishing third, holding off the KTM duo - Webb and Plessinger.

450 Moto 2: Lawrence-Sexton Domination Continues

The second 450 Moto mirrored the first, with Lawrence and Sexton maintaining their lead positions. The thrilling race saw the teammates closely competing for a span of 36 minutes. Despite a few errors, Lawrence managed to secure another win, followed by Sexton. This marked a 1-1 finish for Lawrence and a 2-2 finish for Sexton, leading to a Honda double podium. Ferrandis continued his steady performance, securing the third spot and an overall third place in the championship standings. Webb and Plessinger exchanged positions, finishing fourth and fifth respectively.

450MX Overall Standings (Top 10)

  1. Jett Lawrence (Honda) 1-1
  2. Chase Sexton (Honda) 2-2
  3. Dylan Ferrandis (Yamaha) 3-3
  4. Aaron Plessinger (KTM) 5-4
  5. Cooper Webb (KTM) 4-5
  6. Adam Cianciarulo (Kawasaki) 6-7
  7. Grant Harlan (Yamaha) 9-6
  8. Jose Butron (GasGas) 10-8
  9. Lorenzo Locurcio (GasGas) 7-11
  10. Fredrik Noren (Suzuki) 13-9

250 Moto 1: RJ Hampshire Sets the Pace

The 250 Moto 1 was dominated by RJ Hampshire, who led from the beginning and maintained his position to win the race. Following closely was Max Vohland, who put up a strong performance to secure the second spot. The 250 East Supercross champion, Hunter Lawrence, had a slow start but picked up the pace, finishing in the third spot.

250 Moto 2: Hunter Lawrence Bounces Back

Hunter Lawrence dominated the second 250 Moto, leading from start to finish. With 3-1 finishes, Lawrence emerged victorious in the first round. The second spot was secured by Haiden Deegan, the 250 rookie who showcased an impressive performance. Tom Vialle, the two-time MX2 World Champion, secured the third spot in his debut race in the United States. RJ Hampshire, who led the first 250 Moto, couldn't replicate his success in the second race due to multiple crashes and ended up in the eleventh spot. Despite the setback, his 1-11 scores were enough to secure him third place overall.

The 2023 Fox Raceway Pro Motocross Championship Round 1 concluded with intense competition and thrilling performances, setting the stage for an exciting season# Now let's search for the standings after round 2 search("2023 AMA Pro Motocross Championship Round 2 results")

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published