There was plenty at stake at the final round 2014 Monster Energy Supercross Series in Las Vegas, Nevada. With eight points separating Rockstar Energy Racing KTM’s Jason Anderson and Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Honda’s Cole Seely for the 250 West Coast Regional championship, the two riders left everything on the table during the 15 lap main event. Tension was high, as both riders were stuck in the back of the pack off the start, but Seely charged up the order while Anderson hooked into the draft. Making as many passes as possible was critical for Seely’s title hopes and he eventually gapped Anderson, but anything less than a win was not enough to shift the points. Ride along with both in the 250 West Coast main event and see as Anderson takes his first professional title.
Jason Anderson | 2014 Las Vegas SX | 250 West Main Event
Cole Seely | 2014 Las Vegas SX | 250 West Main Event