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2020 Salt Lake City Six Supercross | Entry List & Injury Report

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2020 SALT LAKE CITY SIX SUPERCROSS | COMPLETE COVERAGE

Winding down. There are two rounds of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series left, including 2020 Salt Lake City Six Supercross on Wednesday evening. This race will mark the return of the 250 East Coast Region after a short break but is just one of the many races that guys in the 450 Class have to click off during the course of the time in Utah. 

The quick run of events has taken a toll on riders and you’ll see that the 250 East Coast Region has dwindled from the original 40 riders.


2020 SALT LAKE CITY SIX SUPERCROSS | 250 EAST COAST REGION PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

1E. Chase Sexton | The GEICO Honda rider holds the championship lead by three points and will have the red plate at this race.
12. Shane McElrath
13. Colt Nichols
38. Kyle Peters
43. John Short
47. Lorenzo Locurcio
49. Chris Blose
56. Justin Starling
59. Josh Osby
66. Enzo Lopes | The CLUB MX rider dislocated his shoulder at the Salt Lake City Two Supercross but continues to race.
67. Jerry Robin
73. Chase Marquier
75. Coty Schock
77. Kevin Moranz
84. Jo Shimoda
124. Lane Shaw
125. Luke Neese
157. Darian Sanayei
159. Jace Owen
160. Vincent Murphy
163. Pierce Brown
185. Wilson Fleming
208. Logan Leitzel
248. Travis Delnicki
258. Justin Rodbell
332. Dustin Winter
352. Jalek Swoll
364. Chad Saultz
367. Hunter Sayles
981. Curren Thurman

OUT WITH INJURIES OR OTHER ISSUES

6. Jeremy Martin | The GEICO Honda team and rider have decided to sit out the remaining rounds of Supercross so that Martin can maintain eligibility in the 250 Class for 2021. 

24. RJ Hampshire | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider has decided to sit out the remainder of the Supercross season after having surgery during the break to repair the damaged ligaments in his knee.

36. Garrett Marchbanks | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will sit out the last races of the season due to the broken ribs and internal injuries he suffered at the Salt Lake City Three Supercross.

39. Jordan Bailey | The TiLube/Storm Lake Honda rider will sit out the last races of the season due to a broken thumb he suffered at the Salt Lake City Three Supercross.

53. Jimmy Decotis | The JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider recently announced he will take a break from racing to get a better handle on his health and continued battle with Lyme Disease.

54. Jordon Smith | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider torn ligaments in his knee at the Daytona Supercross, underwent surgery to repair the damage and will miss the remainder of the season.

68. Nick Gaines | The 3D Racing rider hurt his shoulder at Salt Lake City One and will sit out the remaining races of the season.

79. Isaac Teasdale | The JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider will miss the Utah races due to a torn MCL.

104. Brian Moreau | The Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/KTM rider suffered a spinal injury during a practice crash at professional Supercross debut in Tampa. We will share updates about his recovery as we receive them.

128. Carter Halpain | The 3D Racing rider is absent from the provisional entry list after doing the first three races. This could be a mistake, but we’ll see on Wednesday.

162. Max Sanford | The privateer rider is absent from the provisional entry list after doing the first three races. This could be a mistake, but we’ll see on Wednesday.

175. Josh Hill | The ClubMX rider will miss the Utah races due to a recent hip dislocation from a practice crash.

194. Lance Kobusch | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Missouri racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season. He is back on the bike after missing time due to a collarbone injury.

201. Cedric Soubeyras | Despite scoring points in the championship, the French rider was unable to make the trip back to the United States for the final races of the season.

349. Grant Harlan | The TiLube/Storm Lake Honda rider hurt his wrist during qualifying at the Salt Lake City Two Supercross and will sit out the next few rounds to heal up. 

355. Joey Crown | The Club MX/ATVs & More/FXR rider is sidelined due to continued issues from a concussion suffered at the Atlanta Supercross.

357. Kameron Barboa | The privateer rider is absent from the provisional entry list after doing the first three races. This could be a mistake, but we’ll see on Wednesday.

675. Kyle Dillin | The privateer rider is absent from the provisional entry list after doing the first three races. This could be a mistake, but we’ll see on Wednesday.

725. Richard Jackson | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Oklahoma racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.


2020 SALT LAKE CITY SIX SUPERCROSS | 450 CLASS PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

1. Cooper Webb
3. Eli Tomac | The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider leads the championship standings and will have the red plate at this race.
4. Blake Baggett
7. Aaron Plessinger
10. Justin Brayton 
11. Kyle Chisholm
15. Dean Wilson
16. Zach Osborne
20. Broc Tickle | The JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider is dealing with a fractured bone in his throttle hand after a crash at the Salt Lake City One Supercross.
21. Jason Anderson
22. Chad Reed
27. Malcolm Stewart
31. Fredrik Noren
34. Tyler Bowers
37. Martin Davalos
44. Kyle Cunningham
46. Justin Hill
50. Benny Bloss
51. Justin Barcia
61. Alex Ray
64. Vince Friese 
69. Carlen Gardner
71. Ryan Breece
86. Josh Cartwright
88. Logan Karnow | The 250 West Coast Region rider jumps to the 450 Class for this round.
94. Ken Roczen | The Team Honda HRC rider has struggled with asthma issues while at altitude, something he says he will work to overcome. 

114. Nick Schmidt
118. Cheyenne Harmon
211. Tevin Tapia

280. Cade Clason
282. Theodore Pauli
447. Deven Raper
501. Scotty Wennerstrom
509. Alex Nagy
597. Mason Kerr
722. Adam Enticknap
824. Carter Stephenson
976. Josh Greco
996. Preston Taylor

OUT WITH INJURIES OR ISSUES

9. Adam Cianciarulo | The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider has decided to withdraw from the remaining races following a wreck at the Salt Lake City One Supercross that resulted in back injuries.

17. Joey Savatgy | The JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider has opted out of the Supercross season after recently recovering from a badly broken ankle. He intends to use the extra time as a chance to prepare for the Nationals this summer.

19. Justin Bogle | The Rocky Mountain ATV-MC/WPS/KTM rider will miss the remainder of 2020 due to the concussion he suffered at the Glendale Supercross.

25. Marvin Musquin | The Red Bull KTM rider is still recovering from the knee injury he suffered in the offseason and is yet to get back on the bike. 

42. Ben LaMay | After sitting out the first part of the season, LaMay was tapped for a fill-in ride by FXR/Chaparral/Honda but missed Atlanta due to a thumb injury. The Texas racer did not score points in 450 SX and opted not to make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

48. Henry Miller | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Minnesota racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

65. James Weeks | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Florida racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

82. Cade Autenrieth | Despite scoring points in the championship, the California racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

91. Ryan Sipes | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Kentucky racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season. He will instead continue his do-all race program with Moto Fite Klub’s flat track event.

393. Daniel Herrlein | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Ohio racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

606. Ronnie Stewart | Despite scoring points in the championship, the Maine racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

651. Jake Hogan | The privateer suffered a leg injury in practice at the Salt Lake City Five Supercross. 

817. Jason Clermont | Despite scoring points in the championship, the French racer did not make the trip to Utah for the final races of the season.

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Michael Antonovich

Michael Antonovich has a wealth of experience with over 10 years of moto-journalism under his belt. A lifelong racing enthusiast and rider, Anton is the Editor of Swapmoto Live and lives to be at the race track.

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