LIVE: Monster Energy Supercross Round 11 coverage from Seattle

LIVE: Monster Energy Supercross Round 11 coverage from Seattle

Jett Lawrence looks to keep his momentum alive for a fourth straight win, but the rest of the field knows they can’t let him get away. Round 11 of the Monster Energy Supercross season at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington is one of the most important weeks on the schedule.

But if Lawrence has shown a bit of a weakness, it’s how he performs in muddy conditions. There is less than a 10 percent chance of rain by 7:00 PM across the Pacific with only a gradual increase across the grid.

Meanwhile, the 250 West division is back in action with home state Levi Kitchen looking to keep the red plate affixed to his bike when the series departs from Washington.

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With seven rounds remaining in the 2024 Supercross season, it is imperative that the field begin to chip away at Jett Lawrence’s lead.


The 450s

Eli Tomac (52.325) set the fastest time in Qualifier 1 with Jett Lawrence (52.603) 0.278 seconds behind him.

Chase Sexton and Cooper Webb claim championship hopes in third and fourth, respectively.

This is the first time Tomac has been fastest in a 2024 qualifying session.

The track is difficult; Ken Roczen hits the ground during Qual 1.

Click here for full 450 times from Group A

In the false start, Cooper Webb gets the holeshot as Lawrence goes wide – but that’s why they practice.

Webb and Lawrence challenge each other for the top spot.

250 years

In qualifying, the course looks tough, so no one knows what the evening program will bring.

Michael Mosiman is back on the field this week and he goes to Group B this week. He starts the session two seconds faster than anyone else in this group with seven minutes remaining.

Lux Turner closes the gap.

Moziman’s exchange ends with two minutes remaining and falls. He is still the fastest over Turner. When Group A hit the track, note the time of 51.803 seconds and how it compares to Group A. By comparison, Turner was second in 53.009.

In Group A, the track seems to be slowing down. That’s good news for Mosiman, although there weren’t many concerns about whether he would be quick on his return. With three minutes remaining, Levi Kitchen (52.798) is the fastest Class A competitor.

Click here to complete 250 Group A qualifiers 1 time

Times slowed for Qualifier 2, but Mosiman remains fastest for the conditions. He dropped to 52.780, but his Q1 time will stand.

Joe Shimoda tops Group A with points challenger Jordan Smith second on the board. Nate Thrasher and RJ Hampshire were third and fourth respectively with Kitchen fifth.

Mosiman finished with fast time in qualifying, with Kitchen and Shimoda taking the next two spots on the podium.

Tuner is fourth and Smith rounds out the top five.

Click here to complete 250 Group A qualifiers 2 times
Click here for a combined 250 times

Free practice

With a wet track and some standing water, free practice was canceled for the weekend.

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Cameron McAdoo: “I’m the same person whether I’m successful on Saturday night or not,” and it was a hard lesson to learn.

More Supercross news

Check out recent Supercross coverage as we wait for tonight’s main show.

Cameron McAdoo’s SX program turned the spotlight
Jett Lawrence sweeps the Indy Triple Crown
Coty Schock returns to SX just five days after surgery
Michael Mosiman joins Star Yamaha
Robbie Wageman presents vintage gear
5 things to look out for in Indy
Hayden Deegan banned for the second time in Birmingham
Jett Lawrence extends points lead with win at Birmingham
Haiden Deegan ends Coty Schock’s Cinderella season
Colt Nichols is back with the top 10 on his mind

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