2019 Anaheim 2 Supercross 450 Class Photo Finish

The top 10, in photos, from the 2019 Anaheim 2 Supercross

Cooper Webb
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb achieved his first 450SX class victory at Anaheim 2.Brown Dog Wilson

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Cooper Webb collected his first career 450SX victory at Anaheim 2, the first Triple Crown race of the season and the third round of the AMA Supercross series. In the first of three main events, Webb passed Team Honda HRC's Ken Roczen in the last corner on the last lap to take the win. In the second race, he grabbed the holeshot and led all 14 laps en route to his second-straight victory. In the third and final main event, Webb finished third, his 1-1-3 finishes enough to secure his first career 450SX victory.

“Last weekend I was tenth and that wasn’t what I wanted, so I had some redemption this week,” Webb said. “But to win is insane; to win two races and be on the podium in the last one is incredible! I really have to give it up to the group at KTM. They took me under and they changed everything for me. It’s been a struggle the last two years, so those guys just constantly pushing me to get back to where I was and reminding me that I still [have] it. I can’t believe it and I’ll never forget this day. I hope to keep it going. This is an incredible feeling. Man, I’m speechless.”

Marvin Musquin
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin was consistent in all three main events and landed on the podium for the first time this season.Brown Dog Wilson

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin rode to a season-best performance at Anaheim 2, finishing a close second with 3-2-2 scores. Musquin sits fifth in the championship standings after three rounds.

“It’s not always been my strongest point on the start, but I’ve been very consistent today,” Musquin said. “This week I only rode a little bit on Monday. I stayed in California and we got a lot of rain, but obviously it helped the knee. I tried to work on it the whole week and I felt good getting on the bike compared to last weekend, so it was important. That’s what I need—to feel good and not have any pain. It was great racing tonight. I didn’t win any motos, but I got second overall. I was consistent and I was able to battle for the lead and the podium.”

Eli Tomac
Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac won the final main event of the night, which yielded him third overall.Brown Dog Wilson

Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac scored a pair of fourth-place finishes in the first two main events and led all 14 laps in the final race to take the win. Tomac’s 4-4-1 finishes put him in third overall on the night, and he sits in second place in the championship standings.

“In the first two main events I didn’t do myself any favors off the start, but I was happy that we were able to charge forward both times into fourth place,” Tomac said. “The third race was awesome because I was able to get out in clean air and just ride. The track tonight was technical and even sketchy in some parts, but I am happy to be leaving here healthy and only two points back in the championship.”

Ken Roczen
Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen finished fourth overall and maintains his point lead heading into round 4 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California.Brown Dog Wilson

Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen finished fourth overall and maintains the series point lead heading into round 4 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California. Rockstar Energy/AGL/Ignite/Husqvarna’s Dean Wilson rounded out the top five on his FC 450 Rockstar Edition.

Dean Wilson
Rockstar Energy/AGL/Ignite/Husqvarna’s Dean Wilson rounded out the top five with 9-8-7 main event finishes.Brown Dog Wilson
Cole Seely
Team Honda HRC’s Cole Seely achieved his third top 10 finish in a row with sixth overall.Brown Dog Wilson
Aaron Plessinger
Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing’s Aaron Plessinger put his YZ450F in seventh overall at the Triple Crown. “Anaheim 2 was a pretty good race for me,” Plessinger said. “I [was] kind of struggling with bike setup all day and then after the last practice, we made a shock change and it was great. I got a few bad starts in the first two main events, which hurt my results, but I felt good all night. I rode what I thought was the best that I have ridden. I went 12-9-6, for seventh overall. I think I did pretty good for it only being my third 450 race. I’m really amped for Oakland next weekend. I’m going to go back and work on my starts, practice them all week, and get it down pat so hopefully we can get up front and get a podium.”Brown Dog Wilson
Joey Savatgy
Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Joey Savatgy rebounded from not being able to race the main event last weekend due to a concussion to grab eighth overall at Anaheim 2.Brown Dog Wilson
Jason Anderson
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jason Anderson wasn’t able to replicate his podium performance from the previous weekend. “I was able to get a top-10 overall,” Anderson said. “It wasn’t a horrible weekend, but I’m going to keep pushing and I’ll try to be better next weekend.”Brown Dog Wilson
Justin Barcia
Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing’s Justin Barcia ended up in 10th overall, but crashed in the final main event and was not able to finish the race. He left the stadium to seek medical attention for a possible bruised tailbone.Brown Dog Wilson

2019 450SX Class Championship Point Standings

Position Rider Brand Points
1 Ken Roczen Honda 63
2 Eli Tomac Kawasaki 61 |  
3 Cooper Webb KTM 57
4 Justin Barcia Yamaha 56
Marvin Musquin KTM 56
6 Dean Wilson Husqvarna 52
7 Jason Anderson Husqvarna 46
8 Blake Baggett KTM 45
9   Aaron Plessinger Yamaha 45
10 Cole Seely Honda 44