250 QUALIFYING RESULTS // 2024 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS

250 QUALIFYING RESULTS // 2024 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS

250 qualifying is underway for the final round of the 2024 Supercross season in Salt Lake City, Utah. Two champions will be crowned this evening but a lot of racing is ahead before that becomes a reality. In the East Coast, Tom Vialle sits 15 points ahead of Haiden Deegan who spoke about not riding clean in this evening’s events as championships are all or nothing. In the West, Levi Kitchen and RJ Hampshire are tied with each other, and both of those riders also know it’s all or nothing but were respectful to each other which should make for some great racing. It all will be decided tonight, but it starts in qualifying. For full updates read down below.

2024 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS // FULL COVERAGE

250 WEST QUALIFYING SESSION 1

RJ Hampshire means business in Salt Lake.

Up front early was Jo Shimoda who seems to thrive on the dry track conditions. Today in Salt Lake the track has been dried out and can be a bit slippery on top. RJ Hampshire was able to move himself up to the pole position around the midway point of the session. Julien Beaumer was able to get in a great time just behind Hampshire as the qualifying continued. Levi Kitchen was sitting around the fifth position for the majority of the session but was within the same second as the leaders. Hampshire would back up his best time as he was able to put in multiple fast laps. He would lead them to the conclusion of the session.

Pos
#
Rider Name
Best Time

1
24
Rj Hampshire
53.279

2
929
Julien Beaumer
53.397

3
31
Jordon Smith
53.406

4
57
Nate Thrasher
53.568

5
47
Levi Kitchen
53.710

6
30
Jo Shimoda
53.956

7
34
Ryder DiFrancesco
54.686

8
71
Cole Thompson
55.141

9
78
Joshua Varize
55.379

10
100
Anthony Bourdon
55.403

11
73
Robbie Wageman
55.463

12
473
Lux Turner
55.645

13
35
Talon Hawkins
55.765

14
36
Phillip Nicoletti
55.771

15
87
Max Miller
56.044

16
162
Max Sanford
56.556

17
116
TJ Albright
56.687

18
114
Geran Stapleton
57.068

19
805
Slade Varola
58.062

Julien Beaumer was feeling comfortable in the dry technical conditions.

Nate Thrasher was also quick and has a good chance to grab a win this evening.

250 EAST QUALIFYING SESSION 1

Haiden Deegan is looking motivated to grab a win in the final Supercross of the year.

Chance Hymas was able to grab the early lead in qualifying but Haiden Deegan was able to take over when he put in a hot lap just a few minutes into the session. Tom Vialle taking his time to learn the lines and the track as he was far down on the list for almost the first half of the qualifying. Haiden Deegan is looking smooth and fast, though he was about a second off the top five riders in the West practice. That would change as he got into the final laps of the qualifier he would break into the 53 second range, matching with the first practice, Haiden Deegan would be the only rider in the East to grab that quick of a time and lead the group into the conclusion of the session.

Pos
#
Rider Name
Best Time

1
38
Haiden Deegan
53.255

2
43
Seth Hammaker
54.520

3
16
Tom Vialle
54.593

4
39
Pierce Brown
54.600

5
511
Nicholas Romano
55.077

6
37
Max Anstie
55.101

7
48
Chance Hymas
55.151

8
33
Jalek Swoll
55.377

9
59
Daxton Bennick
55.435

10
69
Coty Schock
55.652

11
75
Marshal Weltin
55.919

12
65
Henry Miller
55.937

13
296
Ryder Floyd
56.940

14
602
Gage Linville
57.027

15
90
Hardy Munoz
57.054

16
60
Lorenzo Locurcio
58.038

17
128
Preston Boespflug
58.054

18
964
Dominique Thury
59.386

Max Anstie has been quick in qualifying all year long and has a chance to win this evening.

Daxton Bennick looking to finish his rookie year out strong.

2024 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS // FULL COVERAGE

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