2017 Anaheim One SX | Purse Payout

Money breakdown for SX results

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2017 ANAHEIM ONE SX | COMPLETE COVERAGE

Ever wondered how much the winner of a Supercross main event takes home? What about the guy in twenty-second place? Well, here are your answers. The entire purse breakdown for each round of the 2017 Monster Energy Supercross series is listed as part of the AMA rulebook online, with the money being split between the two classes. As one would expect the 450 class receives most of the $121,080 sum of money, with a feature win resulting in a $12,000 award. The winner of a 250 main event, meanwhile gets $3350.

Now, this isn't the only money one gets for a night of work. There are various bonuses paid out to top finishers from their teams/sponsors, and privateers are able to enlist in contingency programs offered by motorcycle manufacturers. Usually the 450 main event winner will earn a $50,000 bonus or more from their respective OEM, with a lesser bonus paid to the 250 main event winner

Have a look at the complete purse payout from the opening round of the 2017 Monster Energy Supercross series, which took place at Angels Stadium of Anaheim in Southern California. We'll keep a running track of the money as the season continues.

Final Purse Total
$121,080.00

450 SX | Main Event Payout – $66,950
1. Ken Roczen | $12,000 plus $1500 holeshot award
2. Ryan Dungey | $6,000
3. Marvin Musquin | $4,250
4. Jason Anderson | $3250
5. Eli Tomac | $3010
6. Cole Seely | $2780
7. Davi Millsaps | $2630
8. Weston Peick | $2530
9. Josh Grant | $2480
10. Cooper Webb | $2430
11. Jake Weimer | $2400
12. Justin Bogle| $2380
13. Dean Wilson | $2335
14. Blake Baggett | $2280
15. Justin Brayton | $2255
16. Broc Tickle | $2230
17. Vince Friese | $2205
18. Jimmy Albertson | $2180
19. Nick Schmidt | $2155
20. Chad Reed | $2135
21. Mike Alessi | $1620
22. Trey Canard | $1415
450 SX | LCQ Payout – $18,847
1. Josh Grant | Transferred To Main Event
2. Nick Schmidt | Transferred To Main Event
3. Jimmy Albertson | Transferred To Main Event
4. Trey Canard | Transferred To Main Event
5. Christophe Pourcel | $1315
6. Fredrik Noren | $1265
7. Tommy Hahn | $1215
8. Deven Raper | $1165
9. Kyle White | $1115
10. Cody Gilmore | $1100
11. Adam Enticknap | $1057
12. Kyle Gills| $965
13. Dakota Tedder | $965
14. Ronnie Stewart | $965
15. Bracken Hall | $965
16. Alex Nagy | $965
17. Alex Ray | $965
18. Vann Martin | $965
19. Austin Polietelli| $965
20. Tyler Enticknap | $965
21. Michael Akaydin | $965
22. Jeff Alessi | $965

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250 SX | Main Event Payout – $24,915
1. Shane McElrath | $3350 plus $1000 holeshot award
2. Aaron Plessinger | $2325
3. Martin Davalos | $1825
4. Mitchell Oldenburg | $1625
5. Justin Hill | $1550
6. Jeremy Martin | $995
7. Dan Reardon | $977
8. Austin Forkner | $928
9. Jimmy Decotis | $875
10. Kyle Chisholm | $865
11. Tyler Bowers | $855
12. Chase Marquier | $845
13. Bradley Taft | $835
14. Blake Lilly | $825
15. Killian Auberson | $815
16. Justin Starling | $805
17. Phil Nicoletti | $795
18. Cole Martinez | $785
19. Zac Commans | $775
20. AJ Catanzaro | $765
21. Hayden Mellross | $755
22. Jon Ames | $745
250 SX | LCQ Payout – $10,368
1. Jimmy Decotis | Transferred to Main Event
2. Chase Marquier | Transferred to Main Event
3. Jon Ames | Transferred to Main Event
4. Zac Commans | Transferred to Main Event
5. Scott Champion | $576
6. Chris Alldredge | $576
7. Chris Howell | $576
8. Connor Pearson | $576
9. Ryan Surratt | $576
10. Andrew Silverstein | $576
11. Tristan Charboneau | $576
12. Casey Brennan | $576
13. Bradley Lionnet | $576
14. Broc Shoemaker | $576
15. Brandan Leith | $576
16. Tallon Lafountaine | $576
17. Bryce Stewart | $576
18. Robbie Wageman | $576
19. Kappel Robin | $576
20. Noah McConahy | $576
21. Josh Hansen | $576
22. Brandon Scharer | $576