Cooper Webb and Levi Kitchen keep the streak of unique Supercross winners alive in Anaheim Triple Crown

In the 250 class, Levi Kitchen kept the streak of unique winners alive and did so with consistency. Kitchen swept the podium in the three-race Triple Crown format with a win in Race 1, a second in Race 2 and a third in the final race.

"My plan at the beginning when Nate (Thrasher) was out front, I knew he was going to ride good so I just locked in behind him," Kitchen told Jason Thomas on Peacock. "We had a pretty good gap; obviously Jo (Shimoda) got up there at the end but he didn't start up front."

Hampshire fell late in Race 3 but a second in Race 1 and a win in the second race allowed him to hang onto second overall.

Nate Thrasher won the third race but a 10th in the second race relegated him to third.

Shimoda finished fourth overall with a 9-3-2.

Jordon Smith rounded out the top five with a 4-8-4 and he will hold onto the red plate in a tie with Kitchen at the top of the chart.

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450 Motos

Race #3

Cooper Webb leads the points by one over Jason Anderson as the field lines up at the Race 3 gate.

Eli Tomac has struggled off and on during the first three rounds, but he makes up for that with the early lead in the finale.

As the race hits the halfway point, Tomac stretches his advantage to four seconds over Chase Sexton. Jett Lawrence has moved his way to third.

One lap later, Sexton moves over and lets Lawrence pass. Aaron Plessinger sits fourth with Cooper Webb holding onto fifth and the overall lead as they run.

Anderson crashed early but he's on the move and currently seventh. He's tied for second in points with Lawrence as they run, but needs another position to keep from losing second to the tiebreaker.

On the final lap, Jett Lawrence crashed.

Eli Tomac wins Race 3 over Chase Sexton and Aaron Plessinger in third.

Lawrence fell to fourth in the race with Cooper Webb finishing fifth and taking the overall win.

Race #2

Looking for his first overall win of 2024 Cooper Webb takes the early lead but he's pressured by Jason Anderson. On Lap 2, Anderson takes the top spot from Webb.

Anderson stretches his advantage over Webb with Aaron Plessinger in third. Fastest qualifier Justin Cooper and Jett Lawrence compete for fourth with Lawrence taking the position for now.

Lawrence caught Plessinger as he sets his sight on a podium. Lawrence is riding hard through the whoops and the two almost make contact in back-to-back laps as the white flag waves.

Lawrence gets the position, pushing Plessinger back to fourth. Anderson and Webb continue to lead. Cooper rounds out the top five but he's 10 seconds back of fourth.

Anderson wins over Webb, Lawrence, Plessinger and Cooper.

Race 1 winner Chase Sexton got a poor start and only advanced to 11th.

With two races in the books, Webb has the lead with four points. Anderson is one back in second and Ken Roczen is third with nine points.

Jett Lawrence and Aaron Plessinger have 10 points each.

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Race #1

Chase Sexton gets the holeshot and trouble continues for Jett Lawrence who jumps wide and crashes. Lawrence is back in 20th.

Seven minutes in and Lawrence is moving up slowly. He's in 13th. Sexton continued to lead ahead of Webb and Ken Roczen.

With five minutes remaining, Lawrence cracks the top 10.

Eli Tomac has had a disappointing start to the season but he's passed Aaron Plessinger for fifth with three minutes, 30 seconds.

Chase Sexton takes the early advantage with his win in Race 1. He finished 2.3 seconds ahead of Webb. Ken Roczen holds off a fierce battle with Anderson. Tomac held onto fifth.

Lawrence recovered to finish seventh.

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250 Motos

Race #3

As bad as his Race 2 start was, Nate Thrasher makes up for it with the early lead. Levi Kitchen won't let him get away though.

Riding fourth, RJ Hampshire crashed and drops four positions.

Jo Shimoda has finally found his rhythm and he's settled into third as time runs off the clock. And with the white flag waving, Shimoda takes second from Kitchen.

Thrasher wins Race 3 but Kitchen takes the overall with a third-place finish. Shimoda finishes second in Race 3.

Jordon Smith takes fourth in this race with Garrett Marchbanks rounding out the top five.

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Race #2

ClubMX riders continue to impress early as Phil Nicoletti took the holeshot and early lead. Hampshire is giving chase.

Jordon Smith and Thrasher crash on the opening lap.

Four minutes into Race 2, Hampshire takes the lead from Nicoletti. Kitchen also gets around. Meanwhile, Smith crashed a second time and rides 13th with four minutes remaining on the clock.

With one minute remaining, Hampshire and Kitchen have a big advantage over Nicoletti. These two riders also hold the points lead as they run.

Hampshire and Kitchen race side-by-side through the final two corners. Hampshire holds on for the win. Jo Shimoda makes his way to third with a pass on Nicoletti on the last lap. Julie Beaumer rounds out the top five.

Smith advanced to eighth with Thrasher in 10th.

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Race #1

Levi Kitchen earned the holeshot as the red plate leader Smith got mired in traffic and begins well outside the top 10.

Three minutes into Race 1, Jo Shimoda hits the dirt and fall to 20th.

With time running out and the white flag waving, Kitchen lead Hampshire and Thrasher. Smith has moved up to fifth to salvage a chance at winning the overall.

Kitchen held on for the win ahead of Hampshire and Thrasher. Smith moved up to fourth on the final lap with Ryder DiFrancesco rounding out the top five.

Shimoda climbed into the top 10 with a ninth.

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Last Chance Qualifiers

Derek Drake led all six laps of the 450 Last Chance Qualifier, keeping that streak of unique winners alive and advances to the Main Event. He's joined by second-place Benny Bloss, Luke Kalaitzian in third and Fredrik Noren in fourth.

Cianciarulo did not line up for the LCQ, choosing to take round off while he nurses a broken finger suffered in an incident with Jorge Prado in the first Anaheim race.

Click here for 450 LCQ results.

In 250s, Max Sanford won the Last Chance Qualifier, becoming the fourth different rider to do so in 2024. Matti Jorgenson, Slade Varola and Billu Laninovich join him in the Main Event.

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Justin Cooper picked up a half-second in the second qualification session and moved to the top of the chart. Chase Sexton slotted into second with Jason Anderson in third. Fourth-place Malcolm Stewart and Jett Lawrence round out the top five. Cooper becomes the fourth different 450 rider in four rounds to set fast time.

Last week's winner Aaron Plessinger will not have a very good gate pick; he qualified 14th.

For the second straight week, Adam Cianciarulo will have to advance through the Last Chance Qualifier if he wants to race tonight.

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RJ Hampshire sets the fastest lap of 250 qualification and moves directly into the night show along as part of the top 18 riders. Kitchen, Shimoda, Smith and Nate Thrasher round out the top five. With his fast lap, Hampshire becomes the first rider to lead qualification in two rounds.

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Stewart takes the top spot in Qualification 1, Group A with rookie Cooper holding down the second position. Lawrence, Sexton and Anderson round out the top five.

Eighteen riders will go directly into the night show based off their fastest qualification lap and currently Cianciarulo, Shane McElrath and Fredrik Noren are outside that mark.

In 250 Qualification 1, Group A Hampshire looks to rebound from two bad showings in the mud. He has the fastest lap early with Kitchen and Shimoda rounding out the top three. Smith is fourth with Thrasher fifth.

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