Race Control: East Rutherford

A useful tool for fans.

A useful tool for fans.

A lot of fans lose interest in Monster Energy Supercross at this point each year, as the titles are typically wrapped up. That is not the case this year, however, as the 450SX and 250SX East titles are going down to the wire! You'll undoubtedly be on the edge of your seats this weekend, with that in mind, and the fact that East Rutherford is a day race will only make it easier for everyone to follow.

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

21

Jason Anderson

22

Chad Reed

25

Marvin Musquin

33

Josh Grant

47

Malcolm Stewart

51

Justin Barcia

75

Nick Schmidt

80

Cade Clason

95

AJ Catanzaro

151

Dakota Tedder

240

Bryce Stewart

282

Theodore Pauli

291

Kyle White

314

Alex Ray

336

Chaz Braden

389

Davey Sterritt

447

Deven Raper

509

Alexander Nagy

517

Jared Hicks

606

Ronnie Stewart

619

Mark Weishaar

645

Cheyenne Harmon

713

Chad Cook

722

Adam Enticknap

723

Tyler Enticknap

746

Chase Stevenson

760

Tyler Wozney

918

Michael Akaydin

941

Angelo Pellegrini

(KTM Images)

250SX

16

Zach Osborne

17

Joey Savatgy

36

Adam Cianciarulo

40

Fredrik Noren

42

Kyle Cunningham

44

Jordon Smith

45

Mitchell Harrison

48

Christian Craig

49

Anthony Rodriguez

50

Luke Renzland

54

Gannon Audette

62

Jesse Wentland

65

Paul Coates

70

Dakota Alix

78

Nick Gaines

81

Henry Miller

88

John Short

93

Joshua Cartwright

98

Matt Babbitt

108

Dylan Ferrandis

118

Levi Kilbarger

128

Cameron McAdoo

131

Mark Mckinney

183

Lorenzo Locurcio

248

Travis Delnicki

256

James Milson

285

Tony Archer

309

Jeremy Smith

313

Kyle Swanson

351

Eric Grondahl

392

Michael Fowler

558

Jerry Robin

603

Patrick Delowery

613

Nick Schnagl

641

Keith Tucker

675

Kyle Dillin

692

Brett Mclaud

740

Lane Staley

795

Aaron Leininger

814

Deven Sorensen

914

Brice Klippel

(Monster Energy Media)

Timetable

Daytime

10:10

250SX B Free Practice

10:20

250SX A Free Practice

10:30

450SX A Free Practice

10:40

450SX B Free Practice

11:00

250SX B Qualifying One

11:30

250SX A Qualifying One

11:45

450SX A Qualifying One

12:00

450SX B Qualifying One

13:25

250SX B Qualifying Two

13:40

250SX A Qualifying Two

13:55

450SX A Qualifying Two

14:10

450SX B Qualifying Two

Evening

17:06

250SX Heat One

17:19

250SX Heat Two

17:33

450SX Heat One

17:46

450SX Heat Two

18:05

250SX Last Chance

18:14

450SX Semi One

18:24

450SX Semi Two

18:45

450SX Last Chance

19:01

250SX Main Event

19:29

450SX Main Event

(Monster Energy Media)

Standings

450SX

1st

Eli Tomac

319

2nd

Ryan Dungey

316

3rd

Marvin Musquin

270

4th

Jason Anderson

228

5th

Cole Seely

211

6th

Blake Baggett

190

7th

Davi Millsaps

190

8th

Broc Tickle

167

9th

Chad Reed

158

10th

Dean Wilson

158

250SX

1st

Joey Savatgy

146

2nd

Jordon Smith

140

3rd

Zach Osborne

134

4th

Adam Cianciarulo

128

5th

Dylan Ferrandis

104

6th

Christian Craig

81

7th

Luke Renzland

70

8th

Anthony Rodriguez

69

9th

Mitchell Harrison

66

10th

Kyle Cunningham

62

(Monster Energy Media)

Information

– The extremely popular Race Day Live show will be on for four hours on Saturday, starting at 10:30 (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 15:30 in the UK and 16:30 in mainland Europe.

– 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 22:00 on Saturday. Those in the United States will be able to catch the race on the Fox Broadcast Network.

– These times may seem a little peculiar, but that is because this is going to be the third day race of the season. The times above are based on the local time, so adjust them accordingly. Those in East Rutherford are five hours behind the United Kingdom and six hours behind mainland Europe. They are three hours ahead of California though!

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Monster Energy Media

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