Race Control: Thunder Valley

A useful American tool.

A useful American tool.

The first two rounds of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series are rather unique, as they take place on Californian circuits that are very different to what the riders face at the rest of the events. That means that it is worth tuning into the third round, which will held in Colorado this weekend, as there could be a handful of surprises.

Entry Lists

250MX

6

Jeremy Martin

16

Zach Osborne

17

Joey Savatgy

23

Aaron Plessinger

24

Austin Forkner

26

Alex Martin

28

Mitchell Oldenburg

36

Adam Cianciarulo

38

Shane McElrath

39

Colt Nichols

42

Kyle Cunningham

44

Jordon Smith

45

Mitchell Harrison

46

Justin Hill

50

Luke Renzland

57

Jimmy Decotis

74

Bradley Taft

78

Nick Gaines

96

Vann Martin

108

Dylan Ferrandis

128

Cameron McAdoo

129

Sean Cantrell

172

Mark Worth

183

Lorenzo Locurcio

184

Michael Thacker

200

Joachim Falden

235

Tucker Cantrell

268

Blake Neiheiser

336

Chaz Braden

341

Nico Izzi

342

Michael Mosiman

388

Brandan Leith

417

Conner Monks

470

Kyle Hopkins

522

Cole Zitterkopf

558

Jerry Robin

570

Cody VanBuskirk

633

Trevor Lind

655

John Pauk

657

Justin Wolf

660

Stone Edler

677

Cody Williams

702

Josiah Hempen

747

Cody Gray

767

Mason Wharton

769

Michael Norris

791

Gustavo De Souza

820

Dalton Oxborrow

892

Garret Ioppolo

Zach Osborne sits on a twenty-one-point lead in 250MX (Husqvarna Motorcycles )

450MX

2

Cooper Webb

3

Eli Tomac

4

Blake Baggett

14

Cole Seely

15

Dean Wilson

19

Justin Bogle

20

Broc Tickle

21

Jason Anderson

25

Marvin Musquin

30

Martin Davalos

32

Weston Peick

33

Josh Grant

40

Fredrik Noren

48

Christian Craig

51

Justin Barcia

68

Heath Harrison

70

Dakota Alix

120

Todd Bannister

125

Josh Mosiman

139

Nathen LaPorte

140

Austin Kouba

143

Zach Coons

144

Nicolas Rolando

151

Dakota Tedder

154

Brandon Scharer

157

Jake Baumert

167

Zach Bell

170

Zack Williams

224

Edgar Foedish

240

Bryce Stewart

250

Forrest Player

254

Cody Briner

262

Connor Pearson

308

Nicholas Jackson

311

Mitchell Gifford

321

Bradley Lionnet

329

Chad Gores

383

Casey Brennan

393

Curren Thurman

405

Joe LaFalce

453

Jordan Reynolds

461

Thomas Richards

467

Forrest Smith

482

Riley Brough

499

Bryant Humiston

509

Alexander Nagy

538

Addison Emory

544

Morgan Burger

550

John Citrola

553

Brent Rouse

559

Dylan Merriam

589

Joey Olson

600

Connor Olson

606

Ronnie Stewart

609

Bradley DePrenger

645

Cheyenne Harmon

670

Dylan Schmoke

708

Joseph Perron

718

Toshiki Tomita

721

Tanner Stolz

746

Chase Stevenson

753

Derik Brewster

768

Cole Shondeck

771

KJ Mckenzie

823

Logan France

894

Dwight Dillon

909

Jacob Smith

917

Drew Thomas

921

Isaac Teasdale

936

Joshua Philbrick

Marvin Musquin claimed his first 450MX win one week ago (KTM Images)

Timetable

08:15

250MX A Practice

08:35

450MX A Practice

08:55

450MX B Practice

09:30

250MX A Practice

09:55

450MX A Practice

10:20

450MX B Practice

11:15

250MX Consolation Race

11:30

450MX Consolation Race

13:10

250MX Moto One

14:10

450MX Moto One

15:10

250MX Moto Two

16:10

450MX Moto Two

Standings

450MX

1st

Marvin Musquin

89

2nd

Eli Tomac

74

3rd

Blake Baggett

63

4th

Josh Grant

60

5th

Dean Wilson

58

6th

Jason Anderson

56

7th

Cole Seely

54

8th

Broc Tickle

53

9th

Justin Bogle

49

10th

Weston Peick

46

Altitude sickness has been a problem for Jason Anderson (Husqvarna Motorcycles)

250MX

1st

Zach Osborne

90

2nd

Adam Cianciarulo

69

3rd

Alex Martin

67

4th

Colt Nichols

65

5th

Aaron Plessinger

64

6th

Jeremy Martin

59

7th

Joey Savatgy

50

8th

Austin Forkner

47

9th

Mitchell Harrison

43

10th

Michael Mosiman

40

Information

–  The timetable above will be irrelevant if you ignore this bullet point. The times are based on local time, so adjust them accordingly. Those at Thunder Valley are seven hours behind the United Kingdom and eight hours behind mainland Europe.

–  What's the track going to be like at Thunder Valley? To get an idea of what the battlefield for round three will look like, watch the animated track map that is put together by MX Sports.

– How can you watch the action this weekend? An extremely popular service, NBC Sports Gold, has been put together so that you can watch every single second of the action that is run throughout the weekend. We would recommend that you sign up to this service.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Monster Energy Media

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