SOUTHWICK , Mass. – Round 6 of the 2019 AMA Pro Motocross Championship proved to be raging on Saturday as riders fought through the humidity and sandy terrain at the notoriously rough Southwick National in Massachusetts. It’s a banner day for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin, whose 1-2 moto scores earned him a second-straight overall victory as the 12-round series reaches its halfway point. His teammate, Cooper Webb, made a consistent performance to finish just off the podium in fourth overall.

Following a big win at the previous round, Musquin came out swinging on Saturday as he claimed pole position with the fastest lap in qualifying. In Moto 1, KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION powered by the holeshot and immediately created a gap on the rest of the field. Musquets maintained control of the entire race, leading 16 laps from start to finish. In Moto 2, Musquin got off to a third-place start and he battled for the position early on. On lap four, he made the pass for second and from there with 1-2 finishes Overall in the 450MX Championship Standings.

Musquin:  “Qualifying first meant a lot in the race today. I was so pumped to grab the holeshot in the first moto! It was a long moto, when you feel like it all the time it feels like forever but it was super important to win that one because everyone was right there. I did not get the same start in the second moto but I worked my way through to second and it was good for the overall. It was tough, but we stayed consistent and came away with the overall. “

Webb, the sixth-place qualifier, got off to a top-five start in Moto 1 and he just set himself off the podium battle early on. He was dropped back to sixth. He was dropped back to sixth. With a severely bent clutch lever, Webb was unable to use his clutch for the remainder of the moto but he persevered and climbed his way back to a fourth-place finish. In Moto 2, he’s on his way to the hole-shot and early lead. He continued to battle for a top-three for a majority of the race, swapping positions along the way. With a strong finish, Webbitter secured fourth in the moto and fourth overall for the day, where he sits sixth overall in the championship standings. 

Webb:  “Southwick was a step in the right direction for me. The day went well and it’s the best I’ve ever ridden so far.Heading to RedBud, I really enjoy racing there and hopefully I can get on the podium. “

Next Race:  RedBud National – July 6, 2019

450MX Results

1. Marvin Musquin, KTM, (1-2)

2. Zach Osborne, HQV, (3-1)

3. Eli Tomac, KAW, (2-3)

4. Cooper Webb, KTM, (4-4)


11. Justin Bogle, KTM, (11-13)

12. Blake Baggett, KTM, (10-18)

14. Benny Bloss, KTM, (9-39)

15. Coty Shock, KTM, (17-14)

18. Henry Miller, KTM, (13-38)

250MX Results

1. Adam Cianciarulo, KAW, (1-2)

2. Dylan Ferrandis, YAM, (3-1) 
3. Justin Cooper, YAM, (2-3)


5. Shane McElrath, KTM, (6-7)

9. Cameron Mcadoo, KTM, (11-6)

14. Ramyller Alves, KTM, (18-12)

15. Jerry Robin, KTM, (14-17)

450MX standings

1. Eli Tomac, 257 points

2. Marvin Musquin, 231

3. Ken Roczen, 229


6. Cooper Webb, 202

9. Blake Baggett, 131

10. Justin Bogle, 117

250MX standings

1. Adam Cianciarulo, 269 points

2. Justin Cooper, 246

3. Dylan Ferrandis, 232 

10. Shane McElrath, 108

15. Cameron Mcadoo, 58

16. Wilson Todd, 56

18. Derek Drake, 50