Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Results : GEICO Motorcycle Budds Creek National


Round 10 – AMA Pro Motocross Championship

MECHANICSVILLE, Md. – The 2022 AMA Pro Motocross Championship took on the iconic Budds Creek National for the tenth round on Saturday and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Ryan Dungey was on top form all day, finishing just off the 450MX podium with close 4-4 moto results in Mechanicsville, Maryland.

Dungey had his KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION dialed in off the starts, as he found himself dicing for the early lead in both motos. Settling into a hard-charging third for most of Moto 1, Dungey battled through the final moments to finish just shy of the podium in fourth. With an even better start in Moto 2, the veteran jumped out front for the first two laps until Ken Roczen, Jason Anderson and Chase Sexton came in for battle. Dungey held his own up front, especially in the latter part of the race, to finish a mere second off the moto-podium. A pair of 4-4 results ultimately shook out to be fifth overall for Dungey, due to varying moto scores from other top finishers.

Ryan Dungey: “Today was a good day. I got really good starts all day. I came out second in the first moto and I rode a good race – I rode efficiently and I was able to push it to the end. The second moto, I got a good start again in third and then got into the lead. I led a few laps, which was really nice, and ended up fourth again. Not ideal on the overall but we’re definitely making progress.”

Coming off a big performance at the previous round, Aaron Plessinger came into the weekend with high confidence as he aimed for a podium finish at Budds Creek. His Moto 1 start put him on-track early on in fourth but he ran into an issue later in the race that caused him to drop back to 10th. In the second moto, he battled around the top-five for most of the race, ultimately finishing eighth.

Aaron Plessinger: “Not the weekend I was looking for. I had the speed but I didn’t put myself in the best position at the start of each moto to battle for a podium spot. I’m ready to come back swinging at my home track next weekend in Crawfordsville!”

Nine-time world champion, Tony Cairoli, joined the U.S. Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team again for the tenth round as he prepares to take on the upcoming FIM Motocross of Nations with Team Italy. Unfortunately for the MXGP legend, a small crash on the opening lap of Moto 1 turned out to be a costly error as another rider clipped his wrist during the re-mount. Racing through what turned out to be an injured wrist, Cairoli salvaged the rest of the moto, finishing 19th, and he went on to do the same in Moto 2 with a 15th-place result. The Italian rider will take some time to rest and heal in order to be prepared for the next gate drop at the end of September.

Tony Cairoli: “The idea was to come here to make some more gate drops before the Motocross of Nations. I always like this track and after 15 years I want to come back. I felt a little bit uncomfortable immediately after the incident and I just wanted to keep riding because I come all the way here to train at least a little bit. In the second moto, I put some ice and I hoped that it would be a little better but unfortunately it wasn’t good. I couldn’t really push the way I wanted, I just rode 50% of the possibilities and I didn’t want to crash and risk it. We checked it and unfortunately, I have a little crack on my hand and I just need a couple of days of rest and let’s try to regroup and be ready for Motocross of Nations, which will be our next race and our biggest of the year.”

In the 250MX class, Max Vohland continues his strong bid late in the season as he added a few more highlights to his 2022 reel. After topping the first qualifying session of the day, Vohland clicked off some more solid laps to secure his best overall qualifying of the year in fifth. He used that momentum to propel himself to the front at the start of Moto 1. Positioning his KTM 250 SX-F FACTORY EDITION in fourth early on, he battled inside the top-five all race long to secure fifth. Just narrowly missing the holeshot in the second moto, Vohland once again mixed it up inside the top-five for most of the race, ultimately finishing eighth.

Max Vohland: “I had some confidence coming into the first moto – I was able to check a mark off on the book and get P1 on the first qualifying and I ended up fifth overall in qualifying, which was the best this year. Coming into the second moto, we had some bike changes and it helped out a lot. I almost got the holeshot, it was actually the closest I’ve gotten to getting it, and it shows that my starts were where I want them to be, which is what we worked on, so I’m looking forward to Ironman.”

Round 11 of the 2022 AMA Pro Motocross Championship heads to Crawfordsville, Indiana next Saturday, August 27 for the Ironman National.

Results 450MX Class – Budds Creek National

1. Jason Anderson (USA), Kawasaki, 2-2

2. Eli Tomac (USA), Yamaha, 1-5

3. Ken Roczen (GER), Honda, 3-3


5. Ryan Dungey (USA), KTM, 4-4

8. Aaron Plessinger (USA), KTM, 10-8

10. Fredrik Noren (SWE), KTM

17. Benny Bloss (USA), KTM

19. Tony Cairoli (ITA), KTM

Results 250MX Class – Budds Creek National

1. RJ Hampshire (USA), Husqvarna, 1-2

2. Jo Shimoda (JAP), Kawasaki, 3-1

3. Jett Lawrence (AUS), Honda, 2-3


7. Max Vohland (USA), KTM, 5-8

12. Derek Kelley (USA), KTM

13. Joshua Varize (USA), KTM

20. Max Miller (USA), KTM

Standings 450MX Class 2022 after 10 of 12 rounds

1. Eli Tomac, 449 points

2. Chase Sexton, 448

3. Jason Anderson, 369


6. Ryan Dungey, 300

8. Aaron Plessinger, 254

13. Benny Bloss, 137

15. Fredrik Noren, 99

16. Antonio Cairoli, 97

Standings 250MX Class 2022 after 10 of 12 rounds

1. Jett Lawrence, 433 points

2. Jo Shimoda, 396

3. Hunter Lawrence, 390


6. Max Vohland, 251

14. Derek Kelley, 129

15. Joshua Varize, 122

American Motorcyclist Association and MX Sports Pro Racing Announce United States Lineup for 2022 Motocross of Nations

Justin Cooper, Chase Sexton, and Eli Tomac

Will Look to Reclaim Chamberlain Trophy at RedBud

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (August 20, 2022) – Opening ceremonies for the GEICO Motorcycle Budds Creek National kicked off with a major announcement from Mike Pelletier, Director of Racing at the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and MX Sports Pro Racing, as the three-rider lineup for the United States team at the 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (MXoN) was revealed with Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Justin Cooper, Team Honda HRC’s Chase Sexton, and Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Eli Tomac. The annual spectacle, affectionately referred to as the “Olympics of Motocross,” will commence on home soil on September 24-25 from Michigan’s legendary RedBud MX, a cornerstone venue of American motocross. It will signify the United States’ first participation at the MXoN since the 2019 event.

Tomac and Sexton have been this season’s primary championship combatants in the 450 Class and will headline the U.S. squad in the MXGP and MX Open classes, respectively. It will be Tomac’s fourth appearance representing the host nation and he’ll look to leverage his experience from 2013, 2014, and 2018 as the proverbial team captain. As one of the most decorated competitors in the history of the sport, Tomac will look to achieve the one accomplishment still missing from his rèsumè, a win at the Motocross of Nations. He’ll bring added momentum from a victory at the RedBud National in July. Tomac will wear #101.

Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Eli Tomac will contest

the MXGP class in his fourth appearance at the MXoN.

Photo: Align Media

It is the first team selection for Sexton, who is in the midst of a breakout season in the premier division as the current point leader with three victories and overall podium finishes in all nine rounds thus far. His unparalleled consistency this summer could be a defining factor in the team’s quest for victory. He earned his best-ever RedBud result in July with a runner-up finish at the National. Sexton will wear #103.

Team Honda HRC’s Chase Sexton will make his MXoN debut

at RedBud in the MX Open class.

Photo: Align Media

A strong second half of the Pro Motocross season has helped Cooper earn his second selection to the team in the MX2 class, following an MXoN debut in 2019 at the most recent U.S. appearance. An ongoing recovery from a broken foot resulted in a slow start to the summer for Cooper, but he’s enjoyed a return to form as of late with three overall podium finishes in the last four rounds and a pair of moto wins. Cooper will wear #102.

Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Justin Cooper is back on the team

in the MX2 class after a strong debut during the 2019 event.

Photo: Align Media

The United States’ anticipated return to the MXoN will see the most successful country in the history of the event seek a record 23rd victory. They will once again be overseen by “The Man” Roger DeCoster, who will continue his tenure as USA Team Manager. After a dominant stretch that saw the USA win the Chamberlain Trophy for seven consecutive years from 2005 to 2011, it has endured through a winless streak that has spanned eight years. Coincidentally, the numbers the U.S. riders will carry for the 2022 MXoN are the same that the lineup of Ricky Carmichael, Ivan Tedesco, and Kevin Windham wore during the 2005 event, when the United States last started its dominant streak of victories.

Anderson’s Consistency at Budds Creek Rewarded with Second

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Victory

Hampshire Becomes Third Different 250 Class Winner of the Season

MECHANICSVILLE, Md. (August 20, 2022) – The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, made its annual visit to Southern Maryland for Round 10 of the 50th anniversary season in the shadow of the nation’s capital. The GEICO Motorcycle Budds Creek National featured hot and humid conditions at famed Budds Creek Motocross Park, which resulted in a competitive afternoon of racing where a consistent effort from Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Jason Anderson allowed him to prevail for a second career 450 Class victory. In the 250 Class, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s RJ Hampshire emerged to become the division’s third different winner of the season.

450 Class

Moto 1

The first moto in the 450 Class began with Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen leading the way for the Holeshot with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Ryan Dungey in tow, followed by Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Eli Tomac and Team Honda HRC’s Chase Sexton, the two championship leaders. Sexton then crashed and dropped deep in the field. He encountered even more misfortune on the following lap when he was caught up in another rider’s incident.

Sexton’s hard luck provided an opening for Tomac, who made the pass on Dungey for second and pressured Roczen for the lead. Tomac bided his time and made the pass happen seven minutes into the moto as Sexton looked to fight his way back into the top 20 in the running order.

Tomac slowly added to his lead through the middle portion of the moto and moved out to more than five seconds clear of Roczen, who asserted his hold on second. Dungey maintained third for most of the moto but was forced to do battle with Anderson as the moto reached its final 10 minutes. Anderson went on the attack at his first opportunity and made the pass for the position.

Anderson’s march forward didn’t end there. He closed in on Roczen just a couple laps later and made an easy pass for second inside the final five minutes of the moto. From there the battle for third came down to Roczen and Dungey as the two longtime rivals gave chase to one another throughout the closing minutes of the moto.

Tomac was in a class of his own out front and charged to his 11th moto win of the season by 12.1 seconds over Anderson, while Roczen held off Dungey for third. Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Christian Craig rounded out the top five. Sexton fought back to finish seventh.

Moto 2

The final moto of the day saw Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Joey Savatgy charge to the Holeshot only to be quickly passed by Dungey as Roczen followed through into second. A little further back Sexton started in sixth while Tomac found himself just outside the top 10 in 13th place. Back up front, Dungey and Roczen duked it out for control of the moto. Roczen appeared to make the pass, but Dungey countered and reaffirmed his hold on the spot.

A persistent Roczen didn’t relent and was able to make the pass five minutes into the moto, which left Dungey to fend off Anderson, who soon moved into second and dropped Dungey to third. Sexton lurked in fourth, while Tomac fought his way up to seventh. Back up front, Anderson closed onto the rear fender of Roczen and made quick work to take control of the lead nine minutes into the moto, while Sexton passed Dungey for third.

Anderson continued to build on his lead as Roczen came under fire from Sexton and lost his hold of second, as Tomac remained stuck in seventh. Sexton’s pursuit of the lead continued as he started to inch on Anderson at the halfway point of the moto. The Honda rider continued to chip away and got close enough to mount an attack, surging around the Kawasaki and into the lead. Unfortunately, Sexton crashed and gave up control of the moto, remounting in third with just over 10 minutes to go.

Anderson reclaimed the lead and Roczen moved up into second, but Anderson briefly stalled and dropped from first to third, which moved Roczen back out front and Sexton up into second. Not long after that Sexton made another pass on his teammate to retake control of the top spot. That left the battle for the overall between Roczen and Anderson as they fought for second. Anderson amped up his aggression and went on the attack and made his way past to move into the runner-up spot. Further back, Tomac was slowly moving forward and methodically worked his way into fifth in the waning minutes.

Sexton overcame the earlier misfortune to grab his seventh moto win by 4.2 seconds over Anderson, with Roczen third, Dungey fourth and Tomac fifth.


As the most consistent rider of the afternoon Anderson emerged with his second overall win of the season (2-2) and the second victory of his career, as Tomac finished in second (1-5) for his ninth consecutive podium result. Roczen completed the overall podium in third (3-3), his first since taking the win at the third round.

Tomac reclaimed possession of the point lead one week after losing it to his rival, while Sexton missed out on the overall podium for the first time in fourth (7-1). A total of two points changed hands between the two riders, with a single point now separating them with two rounds and four motos to go.

Jason Anderson, Monster Energy Kawasaki

“Today, two plus two equals one. I’ll take it [the win] any way I can get it. I said we’re making progress and this proves it. I’ve always liked Budds Creek and it feels really good to get the job done today. Let’s keep it going and see if we can finish the season strong.”

Eli Tomac, Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing

“The bad start there [in Moto 2] was what it was. I wasn’t making moves like I was in Moto 1. I did what I could. We need to look at the positives, we got the red place back [as point leader], and move on.”

Ken Roczen, Team Honda HRC

“We’re trying. I’m super excited to be back on the podium. We tend to take these things for granted. We were battling all day long today and really had to earn our spot up here, which feels good.”

Chase Sexton, Team Honda HRC

“I never really felt good on the track all day. I made too many mistakes and had a tough first moto. I knew I needed to come out in Moto 2 and score max points, which we did. I fell, but I believed I could still win and I just dug deep to make it happen. Now we can look ahead to next week and try to be better.”

Photos: Align Media

450 Class Overall Results (Moto Finish // Points)Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Kawasaki (2-2 // 44)

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Yamaha (1-5 // 41)

Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda (3-3 // 40)

Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda (7-1 // 39)

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM (4-4 // 36)

Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha (5-7 // 30)

Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Kawasaki (9-6 // 27)

Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., GASGAS (8-8 // 26)

Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, KTM (10-9 // 23)

Malcolm Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Husqvarna (12-11 // 19)

450 Class Championship Standings (Round 10 of 12)Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Yamaha – 449

Chase Sexton, La Moille, Ill., Honda – 448

Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Kawasaki – 369

Ken Roczen, Germany, Honda – 344

Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Yamaha – 303

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM – 302

Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., GASGAS – 259

Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, KTM – 253

Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Kawasaki – 218

Shane McElrath, Canton, N.C., Husqvarna – 176

250 Class

Moto 1

The opening 250 Class moto got underway with Hampshire at the head of the pack with the Holeshot, followed by Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GASGAS Factory Racing’s Michael Mosiman. The GASGAS rider went on the attack immediately and was able to make the pass on the opening lap. Hampshire settled into second, followed by Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Nate Thrasher in third and Team Honda HRC’s Jett Lawrence in fourth.

As the first full lap of racing started Thrasher crashed out of third, which moved Lawrence into podium position. From there, the lead trio was able to sprint away from the field and open an advantage of more than 10 seconds. Hampshire closed back in on Mosiman and looked for a way around, but the GASGAS rider fended him off, which allowed Lawrence to close in from third. The top three stabilized again but Hampshire picked up the pace once more as the moto reached its halfway point.

Hampshire pulled the trigger on the first opening he saw and was able to make the move to reclaim the lead. Lawrence then went on the attack and appeared to have the pass complete, but Mosiman fought back. Mosiman got back ahead of Lawrence briefly, but then slid out and went down. He was able to remount in third, but lost valuable ground to Hampshire and Lawrence.

As the lead duo continued forward the attention shifted to a brewing battle for third between Mosiman and Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Jo Shimoda, who battled his way forward from a start deep inside the top 10. Mere bike lengths separated the two riders for multiple laps, as lappers ultimately factored into any pass attempts by Shimoda. The Kawasaki rider’s persistence eventually paid off as he made the pass just before the start of the last lap. Mosiman repassed the Kawasaki, but Shimoda reclaimed the spot and inched away in the waning moments.

Out front, Hampshire went unchallenged the rest of the way and captured his first moto win since the opening moto of Round 2 during the 2020 season. He took the checkered flag 5.3 seconds ahead of Lawrence, with Shimoda a distant third. Mosiman soldiered home in fourth, with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Max Vohland in fifth.

Moto 2

The field exited the first turn to open Moto 2 with Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing’s Justin Cooper out front with the Holeshot, followed by Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jalek Swoll and Shimoda. Hampshire started inside the top five as well, while Lawrence was mired deep in the top 20.

Shimoda made the move on Swoll to slot into second and gave chase to Cooper. A slight bobble by Cooper opened the door for Shimoda and the Kawasaki rider took advantage of it to grab the lead. Cooper regrouped and fought back to reclaim the position. The Yamaha rider then pushed to put some distance on Shimoda as Swoll strengthened his hold of third over Hampshire, who ran fourth.

The battle for the lead reignited 12 minutes into the moto as Shimoda closed back in on Cooper and was able to get back into the lead, this time distancing himself from the Yamaha after the pass was complete. Behind them, Hampshire closed in on Swoll for third and made the pass on his teammate to move into podium position just before the halfway point of the moto.

While the leaders settled in out front Lawrence was going to work charging through the field. The defending champion easily climbed into the top 10 and started to make impressive moves to fight his way up into the top five with just under 10 minutes left in the moto. The resiliency paid big dividends in the overall classification as it put Lawrence into podium position. The battle for the overall also factored into the fight for second as Hampshire closed in on Cooper and challenged for the runner-up spot. The hard-charging Husqvarna rider went on the attack and got by to seize control of the position, which proved to be the winning move.

Shimoda rode clean through the rest of the moto to secure his third moto win of the season by 4.8 seconds over Hampshire, while Lawrence’s impressive rise through the field culminated with a late pass on Cooper to grab third.


The same three riders traded positions over the course of both motos as Hampshire prevailed with the overall win following 1-2 finishes for his first podium performance of the season. It’s the fourth victory of his career and came at the site of his maiden victory during the 2018 season. Shimoda was forced to settle for a runner-up finish (3-1) for his seventh podium result of the season, while Lawrence rounded out the overall podium in third (2-3).

Despite missing out on the win, Lawrence saw his lead in the point standings grow significantly as he now holds a 37-point lead with two rounds and four motos remaining. Shimoda has now moved into second in the championship, dropping Team Honda HRC’s Hunter Lawrence to third after the elder Lawrence brother endured through an eighth-place result (8-9). It marks the first time this season the Lawrence siblings don’t sit 1-2 in the 250 Class standings.

RJ Hampshire, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing

“It’s so special [to get this win]. We’ve been progressing and progressing and have been close, but today we were just clicking. Getting those good starts was huge today and made things a lot easier. Today we got it done.”

Jo Shimoda, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki

“Getting a better start always helps. Overall, my riding today was great. If I can stay second in the championship that would be great as well.”

Jett Lawrence, Team Honda HRC

“That definitely wasn’t the start I wanted [in Moto 2], but I went out there and tried to do my best coming through the field. It was a bit a bummer, but at least we got back onto the podium, and I’m pumped with that.”

Photos: Align Media

250 Class Overall Results (Moto Finishes // Points)RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna (1-2 // 47)

Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki (3-1 // 45)

Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda (2-3 // 42)

Michael Mosiman, Sebastopol, Calif., GASGAS (4-7 // 32)

Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha (9-4 // 30)

Nate Thrasher, Livingston, Tenn., Yamaha (7-6 // 29)

Max Vohland, Sacramento, Calif., KTM (5-8 // 29)

Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda (8-9 // 25)

Guillem Farres, Spain, Yamaha (6-13 // 23)

Carson Mumford, Simi Valley, Calif., Suzuki (14-10 // 18)

250 Class Championship Standings (Round 10 of 12)Jett Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 433

Jo Shimoda, Japan, Kawasaki – 396

Hunter Lawrence, Australia, Honda – 390

Justin Cooper, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., Yamaha – 346

RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Husqvarna – 274

Max Vohland, Sacramento, Calif., KTM – 251

Seth Hammaker, Bainbridge, Pa., Kawasaki – 207

Michael Mosiman, Sebastopol, Calif., GASGAS – 201

Nate Thrasher, Livingston, Tenn., Yamaha – 198

Levi Kitchen, Washougal, Wash., Yamaha – 180

The penultimate round of the 2022 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will commence next Saturday, August 27, with the series’ annual visit to the greater Indianapolis area and Crawfordsville’s Ironman Raceway. Comprehensive live coverage of the Tucker Freight Lines Ironman National will be showcased on MAVTV Motorsports Network and “MAVTV on FloRacing,” beginning at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. Morning coverage of Fast Lap Qualifying will kick off the day on MAVTV Motorsports Network and “MAVTV on FloRacing” at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET.


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