Results of the 2024 Anaheim 1 Supercross

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Anaheim 1 has finally arrived, marking the commencement of the 2024 Supercross/SuperMotocross season. The 450 field, packed with former champions, took to the track, but the spotlight was claimed by Supercross rookie Jett Lawrence, who emerged victorious.

While this outcome may have been anticipated by many, the rest of the evening unfolded with unexpected twists. Jett’s brother, Hunter, faced setbacks, failing to make the main event after a crash in his heat and a lackluster LCQ, while former champions Cooper Webb and Jason Anderson delivered the most captivating performance of the night.

Results of the 2024 Anaheim 1 Supercross
Results of the 2024 Anaheim 1 Supercross (Credits: Motocross Action Magazine)

450 HEAT 1:

The pivotal moments of this heat occurred in the first turn when Vince Friese collided with Hunter Lawrence, causing Lawrence to go down and collect Chase Sexton. Ken Roczen swiftly moved into the lead, establishing a substantial advantage.

Dean Wilson initially held second place but eventually yielded to Aaron Plessinger, Malcolm Stewart, and Eli Tomac. Despite a valiant effort by Sexton to climb back to 6th, Hunter Lawrence had to go through the LCQ.

1. Ken Roczen
2. Aaron Plessinger
3. Malcolm Stewart
4. Eli Tomac
5. Dean Wilson
6. Chase Sexton
7. Christian Craig
8. Vince Friese
9. Derek Drake
10. Anthony Rodriguez
11. Josh Hill
12. Devin Simonson
13. Cade Clason
14. Josh Cartwright
15. Jason Clermont
16. Tristan Lane
17. Hunter Lawrence
18. Hunter Schlosser
19. Benny Bloss
20. Logan Karnow

450 HEAT 2:

Jett Lawrence, the top 450 qualifiers at A1, grabbed the holeshot in Heat 2 but surrendered the lead to Cooper Webb after a few turns. Webb pulled away early, but Lawrence was in close pursuit until he went down three laps from the finish. Webb secured an easy win, with Jason Anderson in second and Lawrence in third.

1. Cooper Webb
2. Jason Anderson
3. Jett Lawrence
4. Dylan Ferrandis
5. Justin Barcia
6. Adam Cianciarulo
7. Justin Cooper
8. Jorge Prado
9. Shane McElrath
10. Justin Hill
11. Austin Politelli
12. Kevin Moranz
13. Kyle Chisholm
14. Mitchell Harrison
15. Freddie Noren
16. Cheyenne Harmon
17. Thomas Ramette
18. Jerry Robin
19. Justin Starling
20. Gared Steinke


Jett Lawrence dominated the main event, securing the holeshot, while Roczen, Stewart, and Wilson faced challenges in the first turn. Lawrence faced little resistance throughout the race while an intense battle between Anderson and Webb unfolded, ultimately allowing Lawrence to extend his lead to 10 seconds.

1. Jett Lawrence
2. Jason Anderson
3. Chase Sexton
4. Aaron Plessinger
5. Dylan Ferrandis
6. Cooper Webb
7. Justin Barcia
8. Justin Cooper
9. Eli Tomac
10. Ken Roczen
11. Malcolm Stewart
12. Adam Cianciarulo
13. Jorge Prado
14. Justin Hill
15. Derek Drake
16. Dean Wilson
17. Shane McElrath
18. Kyle Chisholm
19. Cade Clason
20. Christian Craig
21. Freddie Noren
22. Vince Friese

Note: The positions beyond 22 are not listed for brevity.


By Jayson O'Neil

Jayson is a car-o-holic, and you will often find him writing about cars & bikes here at DaxStreet. You can reach out to him at [email protected]

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