2018 Everett EnduroCross Photo Finish

The top 10, in photos, from Everett, round 5 of the series

Colton Haaker
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker earned his third victory of the season at the Everett, Washington.Diahann Tanke

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna's Colton Haaker earned his third win of the season at at round 5 of the AMA EnduroCross championship in Everett, Washington. Haaker's victory gives him a six-point advantage heading into the final round of the series in Boise, Idaho this weekend.

“I finally won Everett,” Haaker said. “I have never won here, and I felt that tonight was critical for the championship because I didn’t want next week to be a game of win or lose in Boise. The championship is not done, but it is a little easier now. I knew it was getting close to the finish and Cody made a mistake coming out of the rocks. It was now or never, so I committed to the double and he came over on me a little, but he backed out. From there, I just needed one more clean lap. I am bummed about Ty [Tremaine] getting hurt. As we came to lap him, our lines just came together.”

Cody Webb
FMF KTM’s Cody Webb set the fastest time in the afternoon Hot Laps, won the Bracket Race, and finished second in the main event.Diahann Tanke

FMF KTM’s Cody Webb passed Haaker for the lead in the No Joke Lane and led a majority of the race, but made a small mistake coming out of the rock garden and Haaker was able to capitalize and regain the lead. Webb attempted to make a comeback but had a minor crash that allowed Haaker to pull away and take the win.

“That was tough for me to battle back and forth with Colton like that, and this EnduroCross is tough,” Webb said. “It was a great race and a great show for the crowd. We got really close when he passed me on that double. I had to pull out of that and I pushed to the end, but ended up crashing in the rocks. I am happy that I rode better than I did in Denver, but, of course, I am not happy about giving up the win.”

Kyle Redmond
SRT Husqvarna’s Kyle Redmond finished on the final step of the podium.Diahann Tanke

SRT Husqvarna’s Kyle Redmond battled with Beta USA’s Ty Tremaine for the last podium position, which ended with Haaker accidentally landing on Tremaine’s wrist on the finish line double, which ended Tremaine’s race and gave Redmond the final step on the box.

“It was a great race,” Redmond said. “The track was super technical and tough, which suited my style. [Ty and I] were battling for third in the championship and the race. Unfortunately, I think he got landed on. We were in a tight battle and [Haaker and Webb] were in a tight battle, and there was not enough room. I have worked really hard this year and I’m happy to get a good result.”

Ty Cullins
Beta USA’s Ty Cullins tied his career-best result with a fourth in Everett.Diahann Tanke
Noah Kepple
GasGas’ Noah Kepple rounded out the top five.Diahann Tanke
Geoff Aaron
GasGas’ Geoff Aaron put his XC 300 in sixth place in Washington.Diahann Tanke
Cooper Abbott
RPM KTM’s Cooper Abbott finished seventh in the main event.Diahann Tanke
Max Gerston
Beta USA’s Max Gerston returned to racing the EnduroCross series after a weekend off and came away with eighth place.Diahann Tanke
Keith Sweeten
Cycle Buy/Apex Motorsports’ Keith Sweeten finished in ninth on his KTM.Diahann Tanke
Mason Ottersberg
Beta USA’s Mason Ottersberg rounded out the top 10.Diahann Tanke

2018 Super EnduroCross Class Championship Point Standings

Position Rider Brand Points
1 Colton Haaker Husqvarna 126
2 Cody Webb KTM 120
3 Kyle Redmond Husqvarna 81
4 Ty Tremaine Beta 80
5 Geoff Aaron GasGas 75
6 Ty Cullins Beta 73
7 Noah Kepple GasGas 71
8 Cooper Abbott KTM 65
9 Mason Ottersberg Beta 45
10 Dustin McCarthy Yamaha 44