2018 MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS | OFFICIAL 450 SERIES STANDINGS

The 2018 Monster Energy Supercross & FIM World Championship season was one for the record books, no doubt. We witnessed many riders fall, and so many rise to the top in the 450cc class. With 2017 Champion Ryan Dungey out of the picture, it was anyones game. Fan favorites Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, and Cooper Webb were out of the points chase early on. Which meant they had to work hard. But after 17 hard long rounds, the championship was decided in Las Vegas on May 5th. Here’s how things panned out:

OFFICIAL 450 CLASS STANDINGS (TOP 22)

  1. Jason Anderson–356
  2. Marvin Musquin–347
  3. Eli Tomac–318
  4. Blake Baggett–285
  5. Justin Brayton–275
  6. Weston Peick–251
  7. Dean Wilson–208
  8. Broc Tickle–184
  9. Cooper Webb181
  10. Justin Barcia–177
  11. Malcolm Stewart–169
  12. Vince Friese –168
  13. Chad Reed–159
  14. Tyler Bowers–149
  15. Benny Bloss–140
  16. Christian Craig–134
  17. Cole Seely–124
  18. Ken Roczen–102
  19. Kyle Cunningham–99
  20. Josh Grant–83
  21. Ben Lamay–71
  22. Cedric Soubeyras–65

2018 was all about Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Jason Anderson. He maintained the points lead the entire season starting at Round 2 in Phoenix–and it was all uphill from there.

OFFICIAL MANUFACTURER STANDINGS

  1. KTM–371
  2. HUSQVARNA–366
  3. KAWASAKI–363
  4. HONDA–328
  5. YAMAHA–293
  6. SUZUKI–276

The manufacturer championship (so to speak) belonged to KTM USA with 371 points.

2018 SUPERCROSS COVERAGE