2022 Monster Energy Supercross is rapidly approaching now. With the first round, Anaheim 1, a month away, most guys are putting the finishing touches on their preparation, as they have been going at it for multiple weeks now. Chase Sexton’s just concluded five weeks of intense training in Santa Barbara, California, as everyone can see in the latest episode of Monster Energy’s ‘Two Three’ series that follows Sexton.
Sexton was thirteenth in the 450SX standings in 2021 Monster Energy Supercross, after missing six rounds and failing to finish at another. A brace of second places at Atlanta 1 and Atlanta 2 were season-best finishes, so he’s still searching for that elusive 450SX victory. It is almost a given that he will secure that when the new term starts – he is expected to be a title contender aboard his CRF450RW.
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Get a rare glimpse into the realities of professional racing on the pro circuit with motocross athlete Chase Sexton from La Moille, Illinois. Chase brings you along as he heads to Santa Barbara for five weeks of bootcamp and a few practice runs at Castillo Ranch in preparation for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross season.