After one weekend off, the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship resumed at High Point MX for round 4 of the series, where Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac emerged with the overall victory with his 3-2 moto finishes. In moto 1, Tomac got a good jump off the start, but was pushed wide in the first corner. However, by the fourth turn, he had made his way into second place. He then went after the leader, but washed the front end of his KX450 on lap 4, which put him on the ground briefly. He remounted in fourth place and gained one position to finish third. In moto 2, he rounded the first turn outside of the top 10, but made his way into second place throughout the duration of the moto, where he would finish in that race. Tomac is now tied for the point lead heading into the fifth round at WW Ranch Motocross Park in Jacksonville, Florida.