2021 Hangtown results! The final round of the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series is being run at Hangtown in Sacramento, California, today and a champion is set to be crowned. 24 points separate Jett Lawrence and Justin Cooper entering the finale – one of those two riders will claim a number-one plate by the end of the day. It’s fairly likely that Lawrence will be the champion, seeing as he only needs to gain one point on Cooper in 250MX moto one, but anything can happen in motocross.
2021 Hangtown results will be added to this page immediately following each session, so simply save this link and check back regularly to follow everything that is happening at the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross finale. Results will be added in an easy-to-view format immediately following each session. The latest results will always be at the top of this page. It is worth noting that the 450MX riders are set to hit the track first today, so the schedule is the opposite to normal.
Speaking of the 450MX class, Dylan Ferrandis clinched the title at Fox Raceway 2 just last weekend. There are still a handful of things to watch out for in 450MX this weekend, however, as Ken Roczen is nine points up on Eli Tomac in the fight for second in the premier division. Cooper Webb could leapfrog Chase Sexton, who is sat in fourth in the championship standings, if he scores 26 points or more. 2021 Hangtown results are still poignant for a few reasons!