The 75th edition of the Motocross of Nations kicks of today at RedBud with qualifying. You can watch live on MXGP-TV.com.
If you don’t have that, well, we are here to provide you results.
Stay tuned to this page for results after each qualifying race.
Remember, worst score is dropped out of the three races. Top 19 go to main event tomorrow, while the rest while go to the B Final with the winner going to the main event.
The first race of the day was MXGP qualifying and it was Jeremy Seewer with the early lead over Mitch Evans. Seewer tucked the front early which allowed Evans into the lead. Meanwhile, Eli Tomac got around a mid-pack start.
Jago Geerts, in his first 450 ride, was on the move and passed Evans for the lead. Tomac moved up to third late but Seewer made it tough. As Geerts crossed the checkers, Tomac made the pass for second on the final lap. Seewer would take third.
Not much to this one. Guillem Farres, who you probably remember from his races in the US with Star Racing, got the holeshot, but this was the Justin Cooper show. The American quickly went to the lead and ran away with the moto win.
Hunter Lawrence finished second with Marvin Musquin third. Farres would take fourth.
The final race of qualifying is in the books and it appeared USA would be on top until the final lap.
Calvin Vlaanderen grabbed the holeshot but was Chase Sexton that took the lead early. But he had massive pressure from Dylan Ferrandis.
Ferrandis was all over Sexton most of the moto until he had a big problem where he got his leg stuck in the rear wheel.
It appeared Sexton was in the clear until the final lap when he pushed the front and went down which allowed Ferrandis to go to the win.
Sexton would take second over Jett Lawrence, who was on his first ride on a 450.
Team USA topped qualifying with a score of 3. France (4) and Australia (5) were close behind.
Spain and Belgium rounded out the top 5.
Below are the nations headed to the Final race Sunday. Click here for full results.
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