Round 2 winner Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Jason Anderson was on the move early. He made quick passes on his way forward and took advantage of a tip-over by Roczen. Ken Roczen ended up on the ground after a charging Jason Anderson went for the pass when Roczen drifted wide following a slightly rough go through the whoops. Roczen would remount and get back to seventh but Anderson looked like was going to give Chase Sexton a run for his money until a bike issue forced Anderson to nurse it home for ninth.
Anderson now sits sixth in points but is just six back of new points leader Tomac with Roczen a further point back in seventh – both still have their chance at the title despite the night not going to plan for either rider!
Anderson with the pass on Roczen 👀— Supercross LIVE! (@SupercrossLIVE) January 23, 2022
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