AMA Supercross May 2, 2015 | Las Vegas, NV Results

 450 Class Results
 1 Ryan Villopoto   
 2 Ryan Dungey   
 3 Ken Roczen   
 4 Justin Barcia - YAM   
 5 Trey Canard   
 6 Jake Weimer   
 7 Josh Hill - YAM   
 8 Josh Grant   
 9 Chris Blose   
 10 Andrew Short   
 1  Ryan Villopoto 368 
 2  Ryan Dungey 304 
 3  Ken Roczen 285 
 4  James Stewart 272 
 5  Justin Barcia - YAM 250 
 6  Andrew Short 218 
 7  Justin Brayton 196 
 8  Josh Hill - YAM 159 
 9  Broc Tickle 126 
 10  Mike Alessi 123 

Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing’s Jeremy Martin turned in the finest performance of his young pro career by taking control and winning the AMA Supercross 250SX East Division season finale in Las Vegas, Nev. on Saturday night, May 3. Under hot, dry and windy conditions at Sam Boyd Stadium, the bLU cRU rider was dialed in throughout the event, turning in the fastest practice qualifying time and leading 10 laps of the 250 East final to win by more than 20 seconds over rival Justin Bogle – while impressively lapping all but five riders in the event. Martin’s ferocious start, quick pass for the lead on lap six and steady riding made it look textbook easy, although the fast, hard-packed and dusty track made for extremely difficult racing.

 250 Class Results East
 1 Jeremy Martin - YAM   
 2 Justin Bogle   
 3 Matthew  Bisceglia   
 4 Kyle Cunningham - YAM   
 5 Jimmy  Decotis   
 6 Mitchell Oldenburg   
 7 Alex Martin - YAM   
 8 Gannon Audette   
 9 Jackson Richardson   
 10 Vince Friese   
 1  Justin Bogle 188 
 2  Martin Davalos 149 
 3  Vince Friese 131 
 4  Kyle Cunningham - YAM 127 
 5  Adam  Cianciarulo 120 
 6  Blake Baggett 120 
 7  Jimmy  Decotis 106 
 8  Alex Martin - YAM 100 
 9  Matthew  Bisceglia 98 
 10  Jeremy Martin - YAM 96 

Then in the 250SX West Division, Martin’s teammate Cooper Webb began by qualifying just eighth in timed practice. Not satisfied, Webb really stepped it up in the final, taking the holeshot and impressively leading eight of the 15 laps before rival Dean Wilson made a pass stick and forged a small lead. However the bLU cRU rider rallied on the last lap, closing to within a bike length of Wilson in a final charge to the flag and ultimately finishing just one second short of the win. “Both Jeremy and Cooper rode really well and I was glad to see the new YZ250F get a win after 17 starts,” said Yamaha Supercross racing manager Jim Perry. “As the Supercross series ends, hopefully this momentum will carry to the outdoor season that starts up in two weeks, where both of these guys have more experience.”

 250 Class Results West
 1 Dean Wilson   
 2 Cooper Webb - YAM   
 3 Justin Hill   
 4 Cole Seely   
 5 Malcolm Stewart   
 6 Jason Anderson   
 7 Zack Osborne   
 8 Shane Mcelrath   
 9 Jessy Nelson   
 10 Jake Canada   
 1  Jason Anderson 193 
 2  Cole Seely 188 
 3  Dean Wilson 163 
 4  Justin Hill 159 
 5  Cooper Webb - YAM 143 
 6  Malcolm Stewart 137 
 7  Jessy Nelson 115 
 8  Zack Osborne 114 
 9  Shane Mcelrath 109 
 10  Jake Canada 83 

There was still more to come from Las Vegas. Later in the evening, Webb finished fourth and Martin fifth in the East-West shootout, the final race of the 250SX season. And the night was made even more special by the presence of Yamaha racing legend Doug Henry, who took the first-ever Supercross victory on a four-stroke, aboard the YZ400F prototype in Las Vegas back in 1997. Henry and that exact same motorcycle were reunited and honored at the Legends and Heroes of Supercross tour.

 Dave Coombs Sr. East/West Shootout
 1 Justin Hill   
 2 Dean Wilson   
 3 Jason Anderson   
 4 Cooper Webb - YAM   
 5 Jeremy Martin - YAM   
 6 Cole Seely   
 7 Jake Canada   
 8 Kyle Cunningham - YAM   
 9 Shane Mcelrath   
 10 Jessy Nelson   

<-- Back