Cooper Webb wins Foxborough Supercross; ties Jett Lawrence in championship points


Cooper Webb led flag-to-flag in Round 13 of the Monster Energy Supercross season at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts as Jett Lawrence struggled for a second consecutive race and finished fifth.

Webb and Lawrence leave Foxborough with a share of the red plate and with a giant shift in momentum.

“It’s crazy,” Webb told Peacock’s Will Christien. “The season’s never over. You just have to put your head down. Now it’s tied.”

From Daytona through Indianapolis, Lawrence seemed unbeatable. He won all three races on three different track conditions. Webb scored only one podium in that span.

Webb snapped Lawrence’s winning streak in Seattle and has now finished ahead of his rival in the last three races, consistently chipping away at the points differential.

Chase Sexton has also finished ahead of Lawrence in those three races with two runner-up finishes and a fifth.

In Foxborough, it took a while for Sexton to get around Ken Roczen but once he did, he chased Webb down and made the last couple of laps interesting. As both Webb and Sexton made mistakes on the last lap, the separation closed to one second at the end.

“[Ken] made it tough on me,” Sexton said. “I set that pass up for almost a lap. It was a tough track overall.”

Lawrence got pinched at the beginning of the race and ended Lap 1 in 16th-place. He picked his way through the field and caught Jason Anderson in the closing laps.

Lawrence and Anderson have a history of confrontation, with both being penalized at the end of the San Diego race. Everyone watched closely to see how this rivalry played out. Anderson held Lawrence off for the fourth position.

The American Motorcycle Association fined both riders an undisclosed amount for a “Code of Conduct Violation”.

“I got a good jump but on this dirt it’s very easy to spin,” Lawrence said after finishing fifth. “Starting in the back, it doesn’t give me a very good shot at winning. It’s a bummer because I could see us catching those guys.

“It’s a shame to battle for fifth and sixth. But we’re going to go to the next round, come back and work on starts obviously and show I’m meant to be up there.”

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In the 250 class, “Danger Boy” Haiden Deegan earned his second career Supercross 250 victory and narrowed the deficit to Cameron McAdoo as he attempts to make this a three-rider scrum for the championship. Deegan is now 13 points out of the lead with three rounds remaining.

“I knew I could do it,” Deegan told Peacock’s Jason Thomas. “It’s inside me, but man it’s the highs and lows of this sport that gets you. I was just dazed sitting in my room, not winning and this hurts bro. It hurt bad.”

Deegan didn’t have to hurt for long, however. He scored his first Supercross victory at Arlington in the second 250 East race of the season before finishing fourth and third in two of the next three races leading into Foxborough.

McAdoo minimized the points’ damage by finishing second. Equally important, he stretched his advantage over Tom Vialle by two points as the Frenchman finished third.

“The last time we raced was in Indy and I got the win, so that’s what I was buzzing off of,” McAdoo said. “To be back after three weeks off, it was just exciting to be back racing.”

After a rough start to the 250 East championship, McAdoo finished second in four of the last five races and won in Indianapolis.

Pierce Brown in fourth and Max Anstie rounded out the top five.

Coty Schock rewarded ClubMX’s confidence. After signing a three-year contract extension this week, he finished sixth.

Click here for complete 250 East results.
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Click here for SuperMotocross combined points.

In-Race Notes

The 2024 Monser Energy Supercross season resumes with Round 13 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts with a standard format race.

Aaron Plessinger crashed during Free Practice and hyper-extended his elbow. The team says he may not ride in the evening program.

A light rain begins to fall as the 450 Group B riders take to the track.

During the break between Qualification 1 and 2, Plessinger announces he will not race tonight.

Tune into for live coverage and bookmark this page for updates.

Jason Anderson is the highest ranked rider without a win. Should he become the seventh winner, it will be only the second time in Supercross history that has been done.

One week after he announced retirement at the end of the Supercross season, this race is going to be bittersweet for Adam Cianciarulo.

Christian Craig updates Raceday Live on his plans, saying he will see the doctor on Tuesday and hopes to be released to ride as early as Wednesday. Sounds like Craig will spend the remainder of the SX season training for the outdoor, Pro Motocross season so he can maximize points and climb into the top 20 combined SuperMotocross points.



Webb grabs the lead early as Jett Lawrence gets pinched on the start.

Lawrence is deep in the field in 16th on the first lap. It’s going to be fun to watch him pass riders.

Lawrence climbs to 12th at the end of Lap 2 and is 12 seconds behind the leader. Lawrence needs to be patient and minimize the points’ damage.

Roczen rides in second with Sexton third.

Lawrence cracks the top 10 on Lap 5. As they run, Webb has a six-point lead.

Adding to the drama: Rain is beginning to fall.

Lawrence is ninth on Lap 9. Webb continues to lead Roczen and Sexton.

Shane McElrath had a good start, but he’s falling back. Lawrence is now eighth on Lap 9. Jett overtakes his brother Hunter Lawrence for seventh on the next lap.

Make that sixth as he gets around Justin Hill and now the points’ differential is only one to Webb.

They get harder from here on: Lawrence trails Eli Tomac, Jason Anderson, Sexton, Roczen and Webb.

Lawrence gets Tomac and the points are tied.

Anderson is seven seconds ahead of Lawrence with seven minutes remaining.

Lawrence cuts across Tomac’s nose but Tomac grabbed the brake on the No. 3 and did not crash the 18.

Sexton finally gets around Roczen and is chasing down Webb. The difference is 1.6 seconds with two minutes remaining.

Lawrence closes to withing two seconds of Anderson. These two have history from San Diego.

Webb highsides but saves it. Sexton bobbles immediately after.

Webb holds on for the victory and ties Jett in the points’ standings.

Sexton and Roczen round out the podium.


Pro Circuit Kawasaki is looking for their 300th victory but it’s Haiden Deegan who takes the early lead.

Seth Hammaker won’t give Kawasaki that victory. He crashes on Lap 2 and retires.

McAdoo and Vialle are racing for the championship lead and also for second place on Lap 4. McAdoo gets the position.

McAdoo is 2.4 seconds behind Deegan.

With five minutes remaining, Deegan extends the lead to 4.7 seconds over McAdoo.

Vialle is third, Pierce Brown fourth and Max Anstie fifth.

Deegan rides a perfect race and wins.

McAdoo is 3.6 seconds back with Vialle about 10 behind.

Brown in fourth and Anstie round out the top five.

Last Chance Qualifiers


After his hard crash in the heat, Justin Cooper is sore but has lined up for the LCQ.

Devin Simonson takes the early lead.

Cooper cautiously works his way to fourth.

With two minutes on the clock, Benny Bloss takes Beta Motorcycles to the lead.

Cooper is up to third,

Anthony Rodriguez gets around Ty Masterpool for the final transfer spot as time runs off the clock.

Masterpool takes it back on the final lap.

Bloss beats Cooper to the line by about five seconds.

Simonson and Masterpool also advance to the Feature.

Click here for complete 450 LCQ results.


There is a big pileup on the first lap sweeping up Dominique Thury, Lorenzo Locurcio and Hardy Munoz.

Vincent Luhovey grabs the early lead.

Bryton Carroll falls from third.

Bryce Shelly catches and passes Luhovey.

Shelly holds on for the win with Luhovey second.

Luca Marsalisi and Thomas Welch also advance.

Garrett Hoffman challenged but finished fifth and will pack up his gear.

Click here for complete 250 LCQ results.


450 Heat 1

Tomac surges out of the gate for the holeshot. He swept the Triple Crown in the last round.

Cooper is on his back wheel.

The best battle on the track is for third. Hunter Lawrence sneaks past McElrath.

Cooper crashes hard from second. He’s shaken but stands under his own power. Cooper is out and will have to go through the LCQ.

Tomac rides away from the field and wins by nearly 10 seconds over Lawrence.

Roczen was ninth at the end of Lap 1 but he moves up to third at the end.

Justin “Bam Bam” Barcia in fourth and Justin Hill round out the top five.

McElrath, Cianciarulo, Kyle Chisholm and Jerry Robin also move directly into the Feature.

Click here for complete Heat 1 results.

Heat 2

Webb earns the holeshot and Jett Lawrence has to get on the binders to keep from hitting him.

Sexton runs third early; all three points’ contenders are in this heat.

Lawrence won’t let Webb get away. He’s learning a lot about Webb’s riding style in this race.

As time runs off the clock, Lawrence makes the pass for the lead. The difference seems to be whether riders can triple, triple one of the rhythms. Lawrence does; Webb doesn’t.

Tomac earned his lead in Heat 1 by tripling.

Lawrence wins by one second over Webb. Sexton takes the final podium position.

Fourth-place Anderson and Malcolm Stewart round out the top five.

Cade Clason, Mitchell Harrison and Colt Nichols also advance directly into the feature.

The final transfer spot came down to Jeremy Hand and Devin Simonson. Hand got it on the last lap.

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250 Heat 1

Chance Hymas gets the holeshot.

Red plate holder McAdoo is in this heat, but he does not have a particularly strong start. He’s fifth just shy of the halfway point.

Three minutes remain and McAdoo moves into fourth.

Deegan peaks under Hammaker for second as time is winding down and on the next rhythm section, he surges past.

Deegan caught Hymas but stalls his bike exiting the sand section while trying to make the pass. He falls to fifth.

Hymas wins his first 250 heat race.

McAdoo moved up to second with Hammaker rounding out the podium.

Brown finishes fourth and Deegan remained in fifth.

Nick Romano, Henry Miller, Trevor Colip and Logan Leitzel also advance directly into the Feature.

Click here for complete Heat 1 results.

250 Heat 2

Max Anstie takes the lead on Lap 1 with Schock, who signed a new three-year contract this week, is second. Daxton Bennick is third.

Fourth-place Vialle is chasing McAdoo in the points.

In his debut, Casey Cochran rides fifth.

With time running out, Vialle moves into third.

Anstie hangs on for the win with Schock in second and Vialle in third.

Fourth-place Bennick and Cochran round out the top five.

Jalek Swoll on his Triumph, Gage Linville and Marshall Welton also advance.

Preston Boespflug passed Hardy Munoz and moved into ninth and the final position to advance on the white flag lap.

Click here for complete Heat 2 results.

In Race Day Live, Coty Schock said that he feels as if he is three weeks removed from surgery. He is currently tied with Haiden Deegan for fourth in 250 East points.


Qualification 2


Webb, Cooper and Jett Lawrence are jockeying for position at the top of the board.

Webb winds up fastest with a lap of 51.708 seconds. Tomac inserted his bike into second with Lawrence rounding out the top three.

Cooper slips to fourth with the other points’ chaser, Sexton in fifth.

Hunter Lawrence is finding speed and slips into sixth.

Click here for combined 450 Qualification times

In a release from Honda HRC, Jett Lawrence agreed he was in the wrong place at the wrong time: “It’s just a sucky situation”.


Halfway through the session, Anstie is on top again.

Anstie is fastest in this session as well with a time of 53.094. McAdoo (53.408) and Cochran (53.538) round out the top three.

In Group C, David Pulley jumps off course and buries his bike in the mud. The racing surface is great, but don’t go off course.

Hammaker also overjumps into the mud after posting the fourth fastest time. They’ll bring the crane out again.

Click here for combined 250 Qualification times

Qualification 1


Webb needs to keep closing the points’ differential to Jett Lawrence and he shows some speed early with a lap of 54.298.

With one minute remaining, Lawrence (53.479) overtakes Webb. Tomac is now second fastest.

Lawrence’s time holds up to stay atop the board. Cooper (53.789) slotted into second with Webb improving to 53.855 in third.

Click here for Group A fastest laps


The 250 East riders are on track with Deegan topping the board midway through.

Anstie ended the session with the fastest time of 54.559 seconds. Deegan settled into second (55.051) with Vialle (55.316) third.

Click here for Group A fastest laps

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