Your fastest qualifiers were Marvin Musquin in the 450 class with a 51.848 in the second session and Chase Sexton in the 250 class, logging a 52.820 also in the second session.
250 Heat 1
Mitchell Oldenburg grabbed the holeshot ahead of Marin Davalos. The two riders battled it out for the opening laps before Davalos settled into the lead. Jace Owen made a mistake while running in a transfer position and went down in the whoops. The crash would send Owen to the LCQ.
Meanwhile, up front, Davalos made a mistake that would cost him the lead as he missed the corner after coming back down the start straight. Davalos would have to turn around and get back on track behind the new leader Oldenburg.
Mitchell Falk and Jordan Bailey fought for third as the race came to a close, with Baleiy able to get by the KTM rider. Mitchell Oldenburg would go on to win the race and transfer to the Main Event, along with Martin Davalos, Jordan Bailey, Mitchell Falk, Josh Osby, Cade Autenrieth, Frederik Noren, James Weeks, Justin Thompson.
250 Heat 2
Kyle Peters and Austin Forkner came across the holeshot line neck and neck with Peters taking over the top spot by the second turn. Lorenzo Locrucio also got a great start and was able to pass Forkner in the second rhythm lane to send the points leader back to third. Forkner would continue his fall down the leaderboard for the next few laps, being passed by Alex Martin, Chase Sexton, Justin Cooper, and Chase Marquier.
Sexton would make a few passes and settle into second before the leader, Peters, would make a mistake of his own. Peters went down in a corner and fell all the way back into sixth before being passed by Forkner for the spot. Forkner would work his way back into the top five by passing Marquier. Justin Cooper went down in the final laps and would fall back to fifth, behind Forkner.
Chase Sexton went on to win the race and transfer to the Main Event, along with Alex Martin, Lorenzo Locrucio, Austin Forkner, Justin Cooper, Brandon Hartranft, Kyle Peters, Kyle Cunningham, and Anthony Rodriguez.
450 Heat 1
Eli Tomac took the holeshot ahead of Justin Bogle and Blake Baggett. Justin Hill was able to hang with Baggett on the opening lap and make a pass for third on lap two. Ken Roczen after a poor start, was able to pass a few riders and work his way into fifth.
Baggett was able to make his way past Hill for third when Hill made a poor line choice and couldn’t jump a triple jump, giving Baggett the momentum to make the pass over the triple. Eli Tomac had some troubles out front, washing out the front end in a corner and going down. By the time Tomac had gotten back up, he had given the lead to Bogle.
Justin Bogle would go on to win the race and transfer to the Main Event, along with Eli Tomac, Blake Baggett, Justin Hill, Ken Roczen, Cole Seely, Ben Lamay, Carlen Gardner, and Henry Miller.
450 Heat 2
Zach Osborne took the holeshot ahead of Marvin Musquin and Joey Savatgy. Justin Brayton followed closely behind and was able to make a pass on Savatgy on the opening lap for third. Musquin and Osborne continued to battle for the lead ahead of the Honda rider.
Points leader Cooper Webb found himself in eighth place early on, but was able to work his way into fifth after the first couple laps. Ryan Breece, who was running in the top ten early on, made a mistake and went down in a corner.
Musquin made the pass for the lead in the corner before the whoops, and was able to run beside Osborne through the whoops and have an inside line in the following corner. Musquin pulled away almost instantly. Joey Savatgy had a wild ride going for a quad in the rhythm lane to make a pass for third. He wound up coming up short on the landing and went over the berm and into the catch net. The crash would send him to the LCQ but he did not look injured.
Marvin Musquin went on to win the race and transfer to the Main Event, along with Cooper Webb, Zach Osborne, Justin Brayton, Josh Grant, Tyler Bowers, Chris Blose, Kyle Chisholm, and Justin Starling.
John Short would win the 250 LCQ, earning a main even transfer spot, along with Jeremy Hand, Chase Marquier, and Jace Owen.
Joey Savatgy would win the 450 LCQ, followed by Ryan Breece, Alex Ray, and Theodore Pauli.
250 Main Event
Alex Martin got the holeshot ahead of Martin Davalos and Austin Forkner. Chase Sexton and Forkner battled for third during the opening lap before Forkner made an aggressive pass back on Sexton before the finish line. Forkner ran in second for the first few laps before being forced to pull off the track due to aggravating his torn ACL.
Chase Sexton would then close in on Davalos for the lead and made the pass for the lead with about nine minutes left in the race. Justin Cooper and Mitchell Oldenburg would also get past Davalos a few laps later. Oldenburg would then make the pass on his teammate, Cooper, to move into second.
Chase Sexton would go on to take the win and the points lead. Mitchell Oldenburg finished second, ahead of Justin Cooper, Martin Davalos, and Brandon Hartranft.
With just one race left in the series, Chase Sexton now has a nine-point lead over Justin Cooper and a 22-point lead over Austin Forkner.
450 Main Event
Cooper Webb grabbed the holeshot ahead of Zach Osborne and Eli Tomac. Marvin Musquin went down in the first turn. Tomac passed Osborne on the first lap and set his sights on the points leader. Tomac made the pass on Webb for the race lead on lap two. Webb battled back but Tomac was able to get Webb back and hold the lead early on.
The top two battled for a few laps before Tomac was able to pull away and get a comfortable lead about 7 minutes into the race. Joey Savatgy made a mistake in the rhythm lane while running in the top five causing him to go down and lose a couple of positions. Shortly after, Tomac would go down in the whoops while leading. The crash would cost Tomac three spots and push him back into fourth.
By the halfway point, Musquin had made his back back into the top six after going down in the first turn. Rookie 450 rider Osborne began to pressure race leader Webb at about the halfway point. Osborne made the pass through the whoops with about seven minutes to go in the race, sending Webb back to second. Just a few minutes later, Osborne went up the berm but not over it and fell back to third, letting Webb and Baggett by. Osborne made the pass on Baggett just a lap later and Tomac followed suit, pushing Baggett to fourth. Baggett would go down and lose a lot of time just a few moments later.
Tomac was then able to pass Osborne for second with about three and a half minutes to go. Tomac would then set his sights on Webb for the race lead. Tomac would go down in the whoops again in the same fashion as earlier in the race. Osborne was able to make the pass on the downed Tomac and move to second.
Cooper Webb would go on to win the race, his seventh of the season. Zach Osborne would finish second, ahead of Eli Tomac, Blake Baggett, Marvin Musquin, and Ken Roczen. Cooper Webb now has a 23-point lead over Eli Tomac with just one race to go. At the finale in Vegas, Webb will need to make the Main Event and finish just 19th or better to clinch his first 450 Supercross Championship.