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2022 Anaheim One Supercross | Provisional Entry List

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Everyone is busy sorting out the final details for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Championship, a never-ending to-do list that includes filing the proper forms for the opening round. The AMA has released the provisional entry list for the opening round, an acting draft that’ll be updated and altered continuously as we near the 2022 Anaheim One Supercross.

We cannot state the importance of the word “provisional” in this post enough because the names mentioned now might not be there on January 8. That is especially true in the 250 Class, where certain teams are known for adding all their riders to the list early then re-assigning riders to the opposite coast at the last minute, a tactic that keeps the talent sharp and makes the competition guess who will line up.

Just because you don’t see a rider’s name mentioned below doesn’t mean they aren’t racing; the AMA refreshes the list daily as we get closer to A1.


2022 ANAHEIM ONE SUPERCROSS | PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST
LATEST UPDATE | JANUARY 6

250 CLASS
28. Christian Craig
29. Michael Mosiman
30. Jo Shimoda

31. Jalek Swoll
33. Austin Forkner
35. Garrett Marchbanks
40. Dilan Schwartz
43. Carson Mumford

45. Colt Nichols
47. Seth Hammaker
48. Cameron McAdoo
49. Nate Thrasher
58. Ryan Surratt
60. Thomas Do
62. Vince Friese
64. Mitchell Harrison

66. Chris Blose
67. Logan Karnow

69. Robbie Wageman
74. Derek Kelley
79. Hunter Schlosser
85. Hunter Sayles
96. Hunter Lawrence

98. Dominique Thury
101. Dylan Walsh
118. Cheyenne Harmon
120. Todd Bannister
121. Chris Howell
138. David Pulley
141. Richard Taylor
158. Tre Fierro
161. Cole Thompson
162. Max Sanford
167. Jesse Flock
181. Wyatt Lyonsmith
208. Logan Leitzel

216. Devin Harriman
246. Chance Blackburn

260. Dylan Woodcock
277. Kordel Caro
364. Chad Saultz
388. Brandon Ray

432. Kaeden Amerine
503. McClellan Hile
538. Addison Emory

612. Mitchell Falk
645. Colby Copp
726. Gared Steinke

755. Jack Brunell
910. Carson Brown
914. Geran Stapleton
973. Philipp Klakow
995. Christopher Prebula
996. Preston Taylor

450 CLASS
1. Cooper Webb
3. Eli Tomac
7. Aaron Plessinger
9. Adam Cianciarulo
10. Justin Brayton

11. Kyle Chisholm
12. Shane McElrath

14. Dylan Ferrandis
15. Dean Wilson
17. Joey Savatgy
19. Justin Bogle

21. Jason Anderson
23. Chase Sexton

25. Marvin Musquin
26. Alex Martin
27. Malcolm Stewart
34. Max Anstie

41. Brandon Hartranft
51. Justin Barcia
54. Mitchell Oldenburg
57. Kevin Moranz
61. Fredrik Noren
78. Cade Clason
87. Alex Ray
94. Ken Roczen
95. Justin Starling
97. Jerry Robin
99. RJ Wageman
114. Nick Schmidt

145. Travis Smith
154. Chase Felong

184. Scott Champion
191. Curren Thurman

200. Ryan Breece
204. Kyle Greeson
282. Theodore Pauli
360. Aaron Siminoe

421. Vann Martin
447. Deven Raper

501. Scotty Wennerstrom
509. Alex Nagy
512. Austin Cozadd
542. Johnnie Buller

597. Mason Kerr
722. Adam Enticknap
751. Josh Hill
810. Kai Haase

837. Bryson Gardner
848. Joan Cros
976. Josh Greco
981. Austin Politelli

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  1. cj longshore January 5, 2022

    Where is Jason Anderson?

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