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2021 Spring Creek Motocross | Provisional Entry List & Injury Report

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2021 SPRING CREEK MOTOCROSS | COMPLETE COVERAGE

The 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship continues its month-long run with the 2021 Spring Creek Motocross. The Minnesota Motos will mark the halfway point of the summer series and a look at the championship standings reveals how competitive the 250 and 450 Classes have been since the first gate drop. This has been a relatively healthy summer for the field, and though some riders are missing, many of the big names are still on the entry list.


250 CLASS | PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

6. Jeremy Martin

18. Jett Lawrence | The Team Honda HRC rider leads the championship by three points after five rounds.

24. RJ Hampshire

26. Alex Martin | The Manluk/Rock River Yamaha/Merge Racing rider will return to action after breaking his arm at round two.

30. Jo Shimoda

32. Justin Cooper

38. Austin Forkner

39. Carson Mumford

41. Hunter Lawrence

42. Michael Mosiman

45. Pierce Brown

47. Jalek Swoll

48. Garrett Marchbanks

59. Jarrett Frye

64. Colt Nichols

67. Stilez Robertson

73. Derek Kelley

75. Ty Masterpool

76. Grant Harlan

77. Jerry Robin

90. Dilan Schwartz

91. Nate Thrasher

112. Xylian Ramella

115. Max Vohland

119. Logan Boye

153. Stephen Hooker

157. Hunter Calle

162. Maxwell Sanford

164. Matthew Klann

168. Cale Kuchnicki

170. Devin Simonson

175. Stephen Ward

195. Blake Ashley

204. Kyle Greeson

220. Ramyller Alves

241. Joshua Varize

242. Garrett Hoffman

249. Bailey Kroone

252. Collin Reinhart

296. Ryder Floyd

299. Konnor Visger

301. Jordan Jarvis

307. Brandon Scharer

308. Nicholas Jackson

352. Bronson McClure

379. Conner Burger

402. Samuel Greenawalt

410. Tyler Lowe

437. Vincent Luhovey

486. Dennis Gritzmacher

491. Gabe Gutierres

512. Austin Cozadd

520. Dennis Ponton

544. Noah Willbrandt

553. Brent Rouse

554. Wade Brommel

557. Kailub Russell

586. Nick Reekers

604. Max Miller

614. Christopher Shenoy

667. Jesse Flock

682. Izaih Clark

701. Jake Pinhancos

702. Josiah Hempen

708. Joseph Perron

718. Grant Taylor

721. Zachary Harris

726. Gared Steinke

737. Zachary Butkiewicz

742. TJ Uselman

778. James Harrington

796. Brendan Sipple

819. Blake Hoag

841. Jeff Walker

874. Zack Williams

911. David Wilson

924. Gage Hulsey

926. Blake Hazen

979. Phillip Maus

995. Christopher Prebula

MISSING FROM THE LIST

31. Cameron McAdoo | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will miss the remainder of the summer with a torn ACL and fractured tibia after a crash at the opening round.

33. Derek Drake | The BarX/Chaparral/ECSTAR/Suzuki rider will undergo surgery to repair a lifelong heart condition and miss the remainder of 2021.

61. Joey Crown | The CLUBMX rider suffered a concussion at Daytona and will sit out the entire Pro Motocross championship.

80. Jordon Smith | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider underwent surgery to repair a shoulder injury will sit out the Pro Motocross season.

150. Seth Hammaker | The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider is out for Southwick. The first-year pro has experienced Epstein-Barr virus and dehydration issues in the past, serious problems he hopes to avoid by taking races off.


450 CLASS | PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST

2. Cooper Webb

3. Eli Tomac

7. Aaron Plessinger

9. Adam Cianciarulo

14. Dylan Ferrandis | The Monster Energy/Star Racing/Yamaha rider leads the championship by 19 points after four rounds.

15. Dean Wilson | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider has been diagnosed with Epstein-Barr Virus and continues to race.

17. Joey Savatgy

19. Justin Bogle

23. Chase Sexton

25. Marvin Musquin

28. Brandon Hartranft

29. Christian Craig

34. Max Anstie

43. Fredrik Noren

51. Justin Barcia

57. Justin Rodbell

72. Coty Schock

83. Alex Ray

87. Curren Thurman

94. Ken Roczen

97. Ben LaMay

118. Cheyenne Harmon

122. Jeremy Hand

136. Joshua Philbrick

139. Nathen LaPorte

144. Nicolas Rolando

148. Bryce Hansen

166. Gavin Wilkins

176. Brandon Green

181. Wyatt Lyonsmith

193. Hunter Schlosser

258. Tyler Evans

262. Blake Hansen

270. Jacob Runkles

281. Cory Carsten

293. Michael Ashe

314. Tyler Stepek

315. Cody Groves

324. James Cooper

353. Jeremi Williamson

358. Ivon Hays

359. Edward Morris

371. Dawson Ryker

376. Chris Canning

381. Taylor Burley

391. Rody Schroyer

415. Brendan Grgurich

440. Pierce Knight

441. Scott Meshey

447. Deven Raper

457. Rashidi Kerrison

461. Thomas Richards

469. Josh Boaz

483. Bryton Carroll

510. Travis Prier

528. Ryan Peters

546. Tylor Skodras

547. Chase Becker

591. Tanner Myers

600. Connor Olson

622. Zac Maley

624. Garrett Smith

637. Bobby Piazza

647. Matthew Hubert

657. Justin Wolf

694. Nicholas Inman

754. Tyler Allen

765. Zack Archer

768. Cole Shondeck

791. Matthew Thomas

794. Bryce Backaus

837. Bryson Gardner

855. Jeffrey Shuck

881. Jerry Lorenz

891. Kyle Koosmann

905. Lucas Lockhart

916. Justin Rando

919. Brian Borghesani

925. Jonah Geistler

947. Cody Hutchison

951. Ryan Surratt

987. Ethan Chesnut

999. Nicholas Tomasunas

MISSING FROM THE LIST

1. Zach Osborne | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider and defending 450 MX champion has withdrawn from the remainder of the 2021 Pro Motocross series due to an ongoing back injury.

21. Jason Anderson | The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider suffered a broken hand and busted teeth after a mechanical issue caused a practice crash. He will miss a handful of races but expects to be back before the end of the summer.

70. Henry Miller | The Minnesota privateer has been sidelined by a knee injury that required surgery.

309. Jeremy Smith | The SGB/Maxxis/Babbitt’s Online/Kawasaki rider is sidelined with a broken collarbone.

715. Phil Nicoletti | The CLUBMX Yamaha rider will miss the remainder of the summer due to a torn ACL and meniscus in his knee.


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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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