Jett Lawrence Takes His 4th Win of the Season at Seattle SX

Lawrence stretches 250SX West Region points lead to 23

The Lawrence brothers exhibition that has been the 2023 AMA Supercross 250SX season continued this weekend in Seattle, where the West Region riders resumed action after a one-month pause, giving Jett Lawrence the opportunity to post his fourth win in five races. Combined with the five wins earned so far by his brother Hunter in the East Region, the result gives the CRF250R-mounted Australians nine victories through 11 events. Meanwhile, Chase Sexton topped 450SX qualifying yet again and put himself in a position to win the main event, but an unfortunate crash out of the lead relegated him to fifth at the finish.

Lawrence emerged from Turn 1 of the 250SX West main event in fourth place and quickly passed Cameron McAdoo for third. Next, he moved by Hunter Yoder and set out in pursuit of the leading Stilez Robertson. Lawrence assumed the lead on Lap 5 and, although he was kept honest by RJ Hampshire and McAdoo, he rode in control to win by 2.712 seconds.

Sexton started third in the 450SX main event, but he was into the lead before the completion of the first full lap. Near the midway point, he went down in a corner and remounted in fourth before finishing fifth.

450SX Results

  1. Eli Tomac (Yam)
  2. Cooper Webb (KTM)
  3. Justin Barcia (Gas)
  4. Jason Anderson (Kaw)
  5. Chase Sexton (Hon)
  6. Ken Roczen (Suz)
  7. Aaron Plessinger (KTM)
  8. Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)
  9. Christian Craig (Hus)
  10. Justin Hill (KTM)

450SX Championship Points (After 11 of 17 Rounds)

  1. Eli Tomac: 248
  2. Cooper Webb: 248
  3. Chase Sexton: 226
  4. Ken Roczen: 199
  5. Jason Anderson: 199
  6. Justin Barcia: 195
  7. Aaron Plessinger: 180
  8. Christian Craig: 150
  9. Adam Cianciarulo: 122
  10. Justin Hill: 116

250SX West Overall Results

  1. Jett Lawrence (Hon)
  2. RJ Hampshire (Hus)
  3. Cameron Mcadoo (Kaw)
  4. Enzo Lopes (Yam)
  5. Max Vohland (KTM)
  6. Levi Kitchen (Yam)
  7. Pierce Brown (Gas)
  8. Carson Mumford (Kaw)
  9. Mitchell Oldenburg (Hon)
  10. Cole Thompson (Yam)

250SX West Region Championship Points (After Round 5 of 9)

  1. Jett Lawrence: 127
  2. RJ Hampshire: 104
  3. Cameron Mcadoo: 101
  4. Mitchell Oldenburg: 83
  5. Enzo Lopes: 82
  6. Levi Kitchen: 80
  7. Max Vohland: 70
  8. Pierce Brown: 67
  9. Cole Thompson: 59
  10. Stilez Robertson: 53

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