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2022 Washougal Motocross Results, Standings, Coverage and Video
Ryan Dungey (#5) leads Chase Sexton (#23) early in Moto 1 .

Chase Sexton snapped Eli Tomac’s eight-Moto win streak with a second moto win at the 2022 Washougal Country wide. Sexton and Tomac have finished in the top two places in the last 10 motos. With Sexton winning the Moto 2, Sexton also breaks Tomac’s run of four overall wins in a row. With both riders scoring 47 points, Tomac retains his five-point lead within the 2022 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross National Championship Series going into the summer two-weekend break.

2022 Washougal Motocross Results: Chase Sexton
Chase Sexton

Jason Anderson rounded out the particular podium for both Motos, though he wasn’t close to Tomac or Sexton when the checkered flags flew. Anderson finished 43 seconds behind runner-up Sexton in Moto 1 plus 42 seconds behind Tomac in Moto 2 .

2022 Washougal Motocross Results: Jason Anderson
Jason Anderson

A solid indicator of the dominance of Sexton and Tomac is the best lap times. The duo’s best laps in both Motos were in the 2: 12s. No other rider did better than two: 15 on any panel in either Moto.

Eli Tomac - 2022 Washougal National MX
Eli Tomac

Neither Moto win was easy. In Moto 1, Tomac passed Sexton upon lap 6 (of 16), with Sexton hounding Tomac all the way to the finish, even as they collided and remounted nearly instantaneously on clapboard 13. Tomac stayed on Sexton’s rear fender inside Moto 2 until the final two laps, when Tomac backed off and cruised home in order to a safe P2. The 2022 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross State Championship Series resumes upon August 13 at Unadilla MX within New Berlin, New York. The final four races associated with the series run on consecutive weeks. Check our 2022 Professional Motocross TV Schedule with regard to viewing details, and cross your fingers that Flo Racing can get the particular streaming issues worked out. Photography by Align Media 2022 Washougal Motocross National Outcomes, Washougal MX Park, Washougal, WA

  1. Chase Sexton, Honda, 2-1; 47 factors
  2. Eli Tomac, Yamaha, 1-2; 47
  3. Jerrika Anderson, Kawasaki, 3-3; 40
  4. Ken Roczen, Honda, 4-6; 33
  5. Christian Craig, Yamaha, 6-5; 31
  6. Justin Barcia, GasGas, 5-8; 29
  7. Joey Savatgy, Kawasaki, 7-7; 28
  8. Benny Bloss, KTM, 9-9; 24
  9. Aaron Plessinger, KTM, 8-13; 21
  10. Alex Martin, Yamaha, 10-12; 20
  11. Marshal Weltin, Suzuki, 12-11; 19
  12. Ryan Dungey, KTM, 38-4; 18
  13. Shane McElrath, Husqvarna, 14-10; 18
  14. Freddie Norén, 11-14; 17
  15. Kyle Chisholm, Yamaha, 13-16; 13
  16. Grant Harlan, Kawasaki, 18-17; 7
  17. Bryson Gardner, Honda; 16-19; 7
  18. Carson Brown, Yamaha, 15-20; seven
  19. Garrett Marchbanks, Yamaha, 35-15; 6
  20. Justin Rodbell, Husqvarna; 17-21; 4
  21. Brandon Hartranft, Suzuki, 37-18; 3
  22. Cade Clason, Honda, 19-23; two
  23. Keylan Meston, Husqvarna, 20-26; 1

2022 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross National Tournament Series (after 8 of 12 rounds)

  1. Eli Tomac, Yamaha, 364 points (10 Moto wins; thirteen Moto podium)
  2. Chase Sexton, Honda, 359 (4 Moto wins; 15 Moto podiums)
  3. Jason Anderson, Kawasaki, 285 (1 Moto win; 7 Moto podiums)
  4. Ken Roczen, Honda, 274 (1 Moto win, six Moto podiums)
  5. Christian Craig, Yamaha, 251 (4 Moto podiums)
  6. Thomas Dungey, KTM, 236
  7. Mr. bieber Barcia, GasGas, 219 (1 Moto podium)
  8. Aaron Plessinger, KTM, 198 (1 Moto podium)
  9. Joey Savatgy, Kawasaki, 170 (1 Moto podium)
  10. Shane McElrath, Husqvarna, 157
  11. Garrett Marchbanks, Yamaha, 130
  12. Benny Bloss, KTM, 127
  13. Alex Matn, Yamaha, 118
  14. Marshal Weltin, Suzuki/GasGas, 96
  15. Antonio Cairoli, KTM, 89
  16. Brandon Hartranft, Suzuki, fifth 89
  17. Fredrik Norén, KTM, 66
  18. Max Anstie, Honda, 45
  19. Chris Canning, GasGas, 32
  20. Justin Rodbell, Husqvarna, 27
  21. Henry Miller, KTM, 24
  22. Kyle Chisholm, Yamaha, 20
  23. Josh Gilbert, Husqvarna, nineteen
  24. Jerry Robin, GasGas, 19
  25. Grant Harlan, Kawasaki, fifteen
  26. Tyler Stepek, KTM, 15
  27. Tristan Lane, KTM, 14
  28. Cullin Park, Honda, 13
  29. Bryson Gardner, Honda, 11
  30. Ryan Surratt, Yamaha, eleven
  31. Felix Lopez, Husqvarna, 8
  32. Carson Brown, Yamaha, seven
  33. Jeremy Hand, Honda, 5
  34. Vincent Luhovey, Kawasaki, 3
  35. Jeffrey Walker, KTM, a few
  36. Jeremy Smith, Kawasaki, 2
  37. Izaih Clark, Honda, two
  38. Cade Clason, Honda, 2
  39. Justin Cokinos, GasGas, two
  40. Scott Meshey, Husqvarna, 2
  41. Justin Bogle, Suzuki, two
  42. Keylan Meston, Husqvarna, one

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