Race Control: Salt Lake City

A useful tool for round fifteen.

A useful tool for round fifteen.

Now is really time to knuckle down and pay attention, as there are just three Monster Energy Supercross rounds left to run. This year is particularly interesting, of course, as each title fight is so enthralling! To ensure that you do not miss any of the action, we have put everything that you need to know into our regular ‘Race Control' feature.

Entry Lists

450SX

1

Ryan Dungey

2

Cooper Webb

3

Eli Tomac

4

Blake Baggett

10

Justin Brayton

12

Jake Weimer

14

Cole Seely

15

Dean Wilson

18

Davi Millsaps

19

Justin Bogle

20

Broc Tickle

21

Jason Anderson

22

Chad Reed

25

Marvin Musquin

33

Josh Grant

47

Malcolm Stewart

48

Christian Craig

51

Justin Barcia

61

Vince Friese

80

Cade Clason

93

Joshua Cartwright

120

Todd Bannister

151

Harri Kullas

240

Bryce Stewart

251

Kyle Gills

277

Kordel Caro

278

Parker Anthony

282

Theodore Pauli

291

Kyle White

313

Kyle Swanson

314

Alex Ray

447

Deven Raper

522

Cole Zitterkopf

542

Johnnie Buller

606

Ronnie Stewart

645

Cheyenne Harmon

662

Travis Bannister

713

Chad Cook

722

Adam Enticknap

723

Tyler Enticknap

740

Lane Staley

846

Jason Kueber

918

Michael Akaydin

941

Angelo Pellegrini

976

Josh Greco

981

Austin Politelli

It's going to be all or nothing for Ryan Dungey at Salt Lake City (KTM Images)

250SX

11

Kyle Chisholm

23

Aaron Plessinger

24

Austin Forkner

28

Mitchell Oldenburg

30

Martin Davalos

38

Shane McElrath

46

Justin Hill

52

Tyler Bowers

53

Cole Martinez

57

Jimmy Decotis

64

Hayden Mellross

68

Heath Harrison

71

Justin Starling

76

Scott Champion

87

Chris Howell

95

AJ Catanzaro

99

Chase Marquier

100

Josh Hansen

122

Dan Reardon

137

Martin Castelo

138

Blake Lilly

145

Travis Smith

154

Brandon Scharer

179

Jon Ames

185

Damon Back

203

Zachary Commans

211

Tevin Tapia

244

Justin Hoeft

262

Connor Pearson

275

Johnny Jelderda

283

Kai Mukai

321

Bradley Lionnet

330

Cade Autenrieth

338

Ryan Surratt

388

Brandan Leith

417

Conner Monks

424

Tyler Custer

430

Dylan Summerlin

448

Broc Shoemaker

571

Shawn Yarbrough

660

Stone Edler

715

Kele Russell

805

Carlen Gardner

962

Dimitri Rolando

Shane McElrath now faces quite the deficit in 250SX West (KTM Images)

Timetables

Daytime

13:00

250SX C Free Practice

13:10

250SX B Free Practice

13:20

250SX A Free Practice

13:30

450SX A Free Practice

13:40

450SX B Free Practice

13:50

450SX C Free Practice

14:00

250SX B Qualifying One

14:15

250SX C Qualifying One

14:30

250SX A Qualifying One

14:45

450SX A Qualifying One

15:00

450SX B Qualifying One

15:15

450SX C Qualifying One

16:10

250SX C Qualifying Two

16:25

250SX B Qualifying Two

16:40

250SX A Qualifying Two

16:55

450SX A Qualifying Two

17:10

450SX B Qualifying Two

17:25

450SX C Qualifying Two

Cooper Webb is still hunting for his first victory as a 450F guy (Monster Energy Media)

Evening

20:05

250SX Heat One

20:18

250SX Heat Two

20:32

450SX Heat One

20:44

450SX Heat Two

21:08

250SX Last Chance

21:17

450SX Semi One

21:27

450SX Semi Two

21:45

450SX Last Chance

22:01

250SX Main Event

22:31

450SX Main Event

Standings

450SX

1st

Eli Tomac

294

2nd

Ryan Dungey

294

3rd

Marvin Musquin

252

4th

Cole Seely

211

5th

Jason Anderson

208

6th

Blake Baggett

177

7th

Davi Millsaps

176

8th

Broc Tickle

158

9th

Dean Wilson

147

10th

Chad Reed

143

All of the momentum is currently within the Kawasaki awning (Monster Energy Media)

250SX

1st

Justin Hill

160

2nd

Aaron Plessinger

142

3rd

Shane McElrath

129

4th

Martin Davalos

124

5th

Jimmy Decotis

106

6th

Austin Forkner

90

7th

Dan Reardon

82

8th

Kyle Chisholm

73

9th

Cole Martinez

64

10th

Jeremy Martin

55

Information

– The extremely popular Race Day Live show will be on for three hours on Saturday, starting at 12:50 (local time). You'll be able to watch practice and qualifying live from that point on, no matter where you are in the world, as long as you have this link. Share it with your friends! It'll start at 20:50 in the UK and 19:50 in mainland Europe.

All of the momentum is currently within the Kawasaki awning (Husqvarna Motorcycles )

– Hey, international fans! The action will not stop there, as you'll have a chance to watch the night show live. This pay-per-view service (emphasis on the word pay) is available to everyone outside of the USA and Canada. If you are in the UK, it should start at 03:00 on Sunday morning.

– The timetable above will be irrelevant if you ignore this bullet point. The times are based on local time, so adjust them accordingly. Those in Salt Lake City are six hours behind the United Kingdom and seven hours behind mainland Europe. They are one hour ahead of California though!

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Monster Energy Media

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