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2021 Salt Lake City Two Supercross | Entry List & Injury Report

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2021 SALT LAKE CITY TWO SUPERCROSS | COMPLETE COVERAGE

This is it. After months of racing around the country, the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross Series will come to a close with the 2021 Salt Lake City Two Supercross. All three titles are up for grabs and by the end of the night, we will know once and for all who the top riders in the 250 East Coast, 250 West Coast, and 450 Class were in 2021.

Check out the entry list, injury report, and race schedule for the SLC finale.


2021 SALT LAKE CITY TWO SUPERCROSS
250 EAST COAST REGION
PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

18. Jett Lawrence

30. Jo Shimoda

42. Michael Mosiman

55. John Short

64. Colt Nichols | The Monster Energy/Star Racing/Yamaha rider is the 250 East Coast Region’s current championship leader. He leads by 23 points.

88. Logan Karnow

95. Josh Osby | The Phoenix Racing Honda rider has a broken navicular bone in his right wrist but will race the SLC finale.

124. Lane Shaw

125. Luke Neese

162. Max Sanford

170. Devin Simonson

185. Wilson Fleming

193. Hunter Schlosser

241. Joshua Varize

625. Jonah Geistler

773. Thomas Do

914. Geran Stapleton | The Australian racer was sidelined with four broken ribs and three compression fractures of the vertebra after a Houston Two crash but is on the entry list for the Salt Lake City rounds.

974. Brian Marty | The privateer suffered a separated AC joint, broken elbow, and broken rib in a practice crash early in the season and underwent surgery to correct the damage season. He is back for the final Supercross rounds.

MISSING FROM THE LIST

24. RJ Hampshire | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider’s crash in Free Practice at round three left him with a significant wrist injury, including a perilunate dislocation, chipped ulna bone, and broken metacarpal. Hampshire will miss the remainder of SX but will be back for the start of Pro Motocross.

38. Austin Forkner | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will be absent after a collarbone injury at Houston Three. He had surgery to have the fracture plated and will be on the starting line for the Pro Motocross series.

49. Mitchell Oldenburg | The Muc-Off Honda rider broke his ring finger and cut his hand at Atlanta Two and is out for the final rounds of the SX season.

76. Grant Harlan | The TiLube Honda rider suffered a small brain bleed, broken elbow, and broken wrist in a crash at Daytona. He has been released from the hospital and will miss an undetermined amount of time.

85. Kevin Moranz | Despite a hard crash and medical helicopter flight at Atlanta Two, the Kansas privateer has no significant injuries and will miss the final Supercross rounds.

99. Hunter Sayles | The Wisconsin privateer will miss the remainder of Supercross due to a torn ACL, an injury that required surgery.

115. Max Vohland | The Red Bull KTM rider will miss the final SX races after suffering a dislocated hip at the Indianapolis One Supercross but will be back for the start of Pro Motocross.

116. TJ Albright | The New York privateer will miss the final rounds of Supercross due to a knee injury that required surgery.

122. Jeremy Hand | The Ohio privateer will miss the final rounds of Supercross due to a case of COVID.

134. Jess Pettis | The Red Bull KTM Canada tweaked his knee during Timed Practice at the opening round. After a further medical evaluation, Pettis and KTM have decided to sit out the rest of the Supercross season.

216. Devin Harriman | The Washington racer is dealing with an assortment of hand and elbow injuries and will miss the rest of Supercross.

260. Dylan Woodcock | The British privateer suffered a broken back in a crash at Houston Three. After a short period of numbness in his leg, Woodcock is back on his feet.

384. Lorenzo Camporese | The Italian racer will miss the end of the Supercross season due to a broken ankle.

604. Max Miller | The Orange Brigade KTM rookie suffered multiple transverse fractures to the lumbar vertebra in his back at the Indianapolis races. Although he is back on the bike, he is out for the last Supercross rounds.

250 WEST COAST REGION
PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

31. Cameron McAdoo | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider is in one piece following hard crashes in Atlanta.

32. Justin Cooper | The Monster Energy/Star Racing/Yamaha rider leads the West Coast region championship by 20 points.

33. Derek Drake

35. Mitchell Harrison

41. Hunter Lawrence

45. Pierce Brown

47. Jalek Swoll

48. Garrett Marchbanks

50. Enzo Lopes

56. Kyle Peters

59. Jarrett Frye

68. Jace Owen | The CLUBMX rider has a completely torn ACL in his knee, but plans to complete the season. 

69. Robbie Wageman

72. Coty Schock

73. Derek Kelley

77. Jerry Robin

90. Dilan Schwartz

137. Sean Cantrell

138. David Pulley

150. Seth Hammaker

201. Cedric Soubeyras

220. Ramyller Alves

464. Dominique Thury

767. Mason Wharton

951. Ryan Surratt

MISSING FROM THE LIST

6. Jeremy Martin | The Monster Energy/Star Racing/Yamaha rider is absent from the lineup after dislocating his shoulder at the opening round. Martin is already back on the bike but will sit out the rest of SX in order to prep for the summer’s Nationals.

26. Alex Martin | The Manluk/Rock River Yamaha/Merge Racing rider will miss the Salt Lake City race due to a wrist injury.

39. Carson Mumford | The FXR/Chaparral/Honda rider will miss the rest of Supercross due to a shoulder issue.

53. Jake Masterpool | The Supercross rookie will sit out the rest of Supercross after a number of crashes took a toll on his body.

60. Chris Blose | The Motul/AJE Motorsports/GASGAS rider will miss the finale after a crash at Atlanta Three resulted in a concussion and broken bones in his hand.

61. Joey Crown | The CLUBMX rider suffered a concussion at Daytona. He is back on the bike, but will not return for Supercross this season. Crown aims to return for the summer’s Nationals.

63. Martin Castelo | The JMC Motorsports Husqvarna rider is dealing with an ongoing issue in his hand (fractured bone, ligament damage) that will require surgery. After a crash at Daytona, Castelo has decided to undergo the procedure and miss the rest of the season.

65. Carson Brown | The JMC Motorsports Husqvarna rider will miss the final round of the Supercross series due to a dislocated elbow at the opening round.

66. Jordan Bailey | The Florida racer will sit out the remainder of the Supercross season due to a crash and shoulder injury at Arlington Two.

67. Stilez Robertson | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider will sit out the finale after a dislocating a part of his knee at Atlanta Three.

75. Ty Masterpool | The Texas racer sprained his ankle at Atlanta One and worsened the injury at Atlanta Two, and will sit out the remainder of the Supercross season.

80. Jordon Smith | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will sit out the remainder of the Supercross season due to a crash and shoulder injury at Arlington Three.

91. Nate Thrasher | After winning two Main Events in his rookie season, the Monster Energy/Star Racing/Yamaha team has sidelined the rookie in order to reduce his total point score and retain 250 Class eligibility. 

92. Chase Marquier | The PRMX Racing rider broke his arm and suffered a concussion during practice at Atlanta ONe and will miss the remainder of the Supercross season.

93. Hardy Munoz | The Nuclear Blast/Team Solitaire/Yamaha rider is out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury.

142. Dakota Alix | The PRMX Racing rider will miss an undetermined amount of time due to a back injury.

259. Corbin Hayes | The TPJ rider tore a ligament in his thumb during the Arlington races and will miss upcoming races.

264. Ryan Sipes | The do-everything racer is okay after a hard crash at Atlanta Two and will not participate in any more AMA Supercross events this year.

300. Casey Keast | The Canadian privateer was the victim of a serious car crash after Arlington; although he was uninjured, his motorcycles were destroyed.

483. Bryton Carroll | The Northeast racer broke his sternum, ribs, and foot in a crash at the Daytona Supercross. He will miss an undetermined amount of time.

711. Tristan Lane | The Florida privateer suffered an AC joint separation and concussion at the opening round, injuries that will sideline him for an undetermined amount of time.

815. Colton Eigenmann | The Florida racer tore his ACL and meniscus during the Arlington races and will sit out the rest of the Supercross season.

837. Bryson Gardner | The Team BWR rider will miss an uncertain number of races due to compression fractures of his L2 vertebra and a fracture of the pelvis.


2021 SALT LAKE CITY YWO SUPERCROSS
450 CLASS
PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

1. Eli Tomac

2. Cooper Webb | The Red Bull KTM rider leads the 450 Class championship by 22 points.

7. Aaron Plessinger

14. Dylan Ferrandis

15. Dean Wilson

17. Joey Savatgy

20. Broc Tickle

21. Jason Anderson

23. Chase Sexton | The Team Honda HRC rider is sore after a practice crash at the Salt Lake City One race, but will be on the line for the finale.

25. Marvin Musquin

27. Malcolm Stewart

28. Brandon Hartranft

34. Max Anstie

37. Benny Bloss | The Smartop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts/Honda rider has an ongoing ankle injury but will race in Salt Lake City.

43. Fredrik Noren 

44. Tyler Bowers

51. Justin Barcia

57. Justin Rodbell

70. Henry Miller

81. Justin Starling

83. Alex Ray

94. Ken Roczen

114. Nick Schmidt

118. Cheyenne Harmon

120. Todd Bannister

121. Chris Howell

138. David Pulley

145. Travis Smith

204. Kyle Greeson

280. Cade Clason

282. Theodore Pauli

309. Jeremy Smith

421. Vann Martin

447. Deven Raper

501. Scotty Wennerstrom

509. Alex Nagy

512. Austin Cozadd

519. Josh Cartwright

597. Mason Kerr

722. Adam Enticknap

848. Joan Cros

976. Josh Greco

MISSING FROM THE LIST

4. Blake Baggett | A contract dispute with Rocky Mountain ATV-MC/WPS/KTM and recent surgery have put Baggett’s career on pause for the time being.

9. Adam Cianciarulo | The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider will miss the remainder of the Supercross season due to a broken collarbone. He will return for the summer’s Nationals.

10. Justin Brayton | The Muc-Off Honda rider injured his hand in a Heat Race crash at Arlington Two and will miss the remainder of Supercross.

11. Kyle Chisholm | The Florida privateer had a hard crash and shoulder injury at Atlanta Two and missed Atlanta Three. He is currently absent from the Salt Lake City entry lists.

12. Shane McElrath | The SmarTop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts/Honda rider is dealing with pain in his back, something similar to the issues he faced in 2019, and will sit out the rest of Supercross.

16. Zach Osborne | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider has a bulging disc in his lower back and will miss the rest of Supercross.

19. Justin Bogle | The Rocky Mountain ATV-MC/WPS/KTM has an assortment of shoulder injuries from a hard crash at Arlington Three and was unable to race in Atlanta. He is absent from the Salt Lake City entry lists.

36. Martin Davalos | The Monster Energy/Lucas Oil/Team Tedder/KTM rider broke his collarbone and suffered a concussion in a crash on Friday and will miss the final rounds. A veteran of the sport, Davalos announced his retirement from professional motocross.

40. Vince Friese | The SmarTop/Bullfrog Spas/MotoConcepts/Honda rider sat recent rounds due to a hard crash at Atlanta One and sore ribs. He is currently absent from the Salt Lake City entry lists.

141. Richard Taylor | The California privateer tore his ACL and sprained his MCL in a practice crash, which will sideline him for the rest of Supercross.

805. Carlen Gardner | The Team BWR rider suffered an arm injury in the LCQ at Arlington One and will sit out an undetermined amount of time. 

824. Carter Stephenson | The privateer will miss the rest of the season due to a broken wrist, fractured sternum, and two broken ribs.

952. Ludovic Macler | The French rider has finished his limited time racing in the US with Team PRMX.

981. Austin Politelli | The HRT-backed privateer has been dealing with lingering symptoms from a concussion and another hard crash at Daytona has put him on the sidelines for the rest of the Supercross 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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