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2024 High Point Motocross | Qualifying Report & Results


2024 Pro Motocross Championship | Thunder Valley | Round Three

Round four of the Pro Motocross Championship kicked off this morning at High Point, just outside of Mount Morris, Pennsylvania. Moments ago, Timed Qualifying sessions took place, where riders in both the 250 Class and 450 Class got a half-hour to learn the technical race circuit through two 15-minute sessions.

Haiden Deegan continued his success in this Pro Motocross championship, as he topped the charts in 250 Timed-Qualifying. The current 250MX championship points-leader laid down a 2:24.178 in the first session of practice, which remained the fastest time throughout the morning.

After collecting his first career moto win last weekend, Chance Hymas continued to impress at High Point. The Team Honda HRC rider laid down a 2:24.370 in the first session of Timed-Qualifying, which landed him in second place on the lap time sheets. 

Ty Masterpool was quick again in Timed-Qualifying, as the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki fill-in rider laid down a 2:24.590 to land himself in third place on the leaderboards. Ty was one of the only racers who bettered his time in the second session of Timed-Qualifying. 

Jett Lawrence remained the man to beat in 450 Timed-Qualifying, as the Team Honda HRC rider logged a blistering fast 2:22.029 in the final session of practice. The current 450MX championship points leader’s best lap was over two seconds faster than the next best lap time.

Chase Sexton was next on the 450 Timed-Qualifying leaderboards, as he laid down a 2:24.138 in the last session of practice. The RedBull KTM Factory Racing rider had a close call shortly after logging his fast lap, where he landed on Justin Rodbell over a blind double into the rollers. Fortunately, both Sexton and Rodbell seemed to be okay following the incident.

Jason Anderson rounded out the top-3 in 450 Timed-Qualifying after logging a 2:25.978 in the final session of practice. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider has never finished off the podium at High Point and looks to keep that streak going. 

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