Indianapolis Supercross 2019 - Webb is in the lead
The 2019 Indianapolis Supercross Championship is already halfway through, but can we say for sure who’ll win the race? Definitely not! Because those currently in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th positions are giving the first one quite a tough competition. And if one little thing goes out of place, they’ll take on and head off to the finishing line!
Let’s take a look at some interesting facts of the Indianapolis Supercross 2019 and why we have our eyes glued on the tournament!
1. Cooper Webb is Enjoying the Lead!
Cooper Webb is leading the race with 262 points on the board. Musquin, Tomac and Roczen are quite close with 248, 243 and 239 points, respectively. But Webb is still going strong, he’s won three of the past five races that have already been held, and for the other two, he still bagged the second position. Nonetheless, the competition is tough, but we’ve yet to see who the winner will be.
2. Eli Tomac Seems to be Following a Consistent Rhythm
Tomac is following a pattern, but not such a good one! Considering the last five races, his position was 6-12-1-6-1. Let’s see if he’ll acquire the 1st, 6th or 13th position in the next race! We really hope he’s first, but Webb won’t make it easy for him.
3. Roczen May be the P4 Guy
Roczen could not get up on the podium in the last three races, and thus, dropped down to number 4. Will he be able to crouch up again, take everyone by storm or fall down further? We’ll find out soon enough on March 30 when the next race is scheduled.
Anyways, despite not being on the podium, Roczen still has managed to hold onto his second position. But we must point out that he beat Web last during the mud bath in San Diego, Round 5.
4. Marvin Musquin Has Slowed Done His Tempo
Musquin appears to be consistent, but to win the Indianapolis Supercross 2019, he must also be faster. Though he has been on the podium most of the time, he hasn’t succeeded in bagging the first position. Musquin is very close to Tomac, but still farther away from Webb, and like Roczen, he hasn’t beaten the winner ever since the San Diego race.
5. Turns are set 90 degrees
The Indianapolis Supercross 2019 consists of 90-degree corners, which are more difficult than the standard 190 degrees. Plus, the exit is guarded by a sand corner, which can influence performance and sometimes, even the winner.
6. May Have Found His Momentum
Bagget wasn’t in the first three positions during the past 6 rounds. Currently, at number 5, he has the potential to make it on the podium.