The 2023 Seattle Supercross is the 11th round of the Monster Energy Supercross season, but it’s only the fifth round of the 250SX West coast regional division. The West riders are fresh off a four-week break, then the series will take one weekend off before racing again on April 8th, in Glendale, Arizona. Jett Lawrence has been the headlining athlete of the 250 West class, but there is a hungry group of riders behind him, looking to put an end to his domination of the season. Jett has three out of four wins so far, only missing out on the 2023 Anaheim 2 Supercross triple crown overall, and it was Levi Kitchen who got the win at that one.
Coming into Seattle, Cooper Webb is trying to extend his three-point lead on Eli Tomac, Chase Sexton is trying to claw his way back from the 17-point deficit he’s in (after being penalized for jumping on the red cross flag last weekend and being docked seven points), Aaron Plessinger is looking for redemption after crashing out of the lead last weekend with just over one lap to go, Pacific Northwest locals, Justin Hill, and Josh Hill are building off their season-best finishes (7th and 10th) at Detroit, and Jason Anderson and Justin Barcia are looking for their first wins of the season. Each 450SX rider on the gate has goals and aspirations for improving on their season so far and the fans are the benefactors, enjoying the awesome racing.
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