2018 GLEN HELEN MOTOCROSS | COMPLETE COVERAGE

The 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship continues with round two of the season, the 2018 Glen Helen Motocross. Although this is a new series, the months of racing have taken a toll on the entry list and a number of riders have been sidelined with injuries. Those that have made it through mostly unscathed are in positions to start the summer on a strong note. Have a look at the entry list and injury report below…

250 CLASS ENTRY LIST

1. Zach Osborne | The Rockstar Energy Racing Husqvarna leads the championship standings after one round.
6. Jeremy Martin
17. Joey Savagty
23. Aaron Plessinger
26. Alex Martin
28. Shane McElrath
35. Austin Forkner | Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will race after displacing ribs in the second moto at Hangtown.
36. RJ Hampshire
40. Chase Sexton
42. Dakota Alix
43. Sean Cantrell
45. Jordon Smith
46. Justin Hill
62. Justin Cooper | Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Factory Racing rider’s first full outdoor season.
64. Michael Mosiman
77. Ryan Surratt
82. Cody Williams
101. Yusuke Watanabe | Japanese 250 National champion will contest American series with support from Yamaha.
114. Brandon Hartranft | CycleTrader/Rock River Yamaha rider’s first full outdoor season.
127. Jacob Bork
130. Austin Root
133. Jordan Bailey | Rockstar Energy Racing Husqvarna will make his pro debut at Hangtown.
137. Martin Castelo
153. Carson Carr
154. Chase Felong
169. Challen Tennant
182. Garrett Marchbanks | Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will make his pro debut at Hangtown..
188. Gage Schehr
212. Tyler McCoy
214. Vann Martin
222. Ramyller Alves
234. McCoy Brough
246. Chance Blackburn
346. Kevin Moranz
418. Renton Minuto
422. Philip Klakow
427. Deegan Vonlossberg
430. Dylan Summerlin
446. Blaine Silveira
492. Luc Santos
514. Anthony Roy
551. Tyler Rosa
700. James Weeks
719. Joshua Berchem
767. Mason Wharton
791. Gustavo De Souza
816. Enzo Lopes | Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider will make his pro debut at Hangtown.
841. Jeffrey Walker
892. Garret Ioppolo
934. Brian Medeiros

MISSING FROM THE LIST

24. Dylan Ferrandis | The Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Factory Racing rider is out as he heals a broken arm and broken jaw from a crash at the 2018 Atlanta Supercross, will likely return at Thunder Valley or High Point.
29. Martin Davalos | Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will miss the remainder of 2018 due to a torn ACL ligament in his knee.
30. Mitchell Harrison | Rockstar Energy Racing Husqvarna rider is sidelined by AC separation, will likely return at Thunder Valley or High Point.
31 Colt Nichols | Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Factory Racing rider is out for an undetermined amount of time as he heals a broken arm.
47. Jimmy Decotis | The AutoTrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing rider suffered a pair of broken vertebra in a crash at the 2018 Daytona Supercross.
52. Mitchell Oldenburg | Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Factory Racing rider will miss the remainder of 2018 due to torn ACL and MCL ligaments in his knee.
63. Hayden Mellross | CycleTrader/Rock River Yamaha rider is sidelined with shoulder injury.
66. Cameron McAdoo | GEICO Honda rider suffered a broken scapula in a practice crash. He will miss the remaining rounds of the Supercross season.
92. Adam Cianciarulo | Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider will miss the remainder of 2018 due to a torn ACL ligament in his knee.

450 CLASS ENTRY LIST

1. Eli Tomac | Monster Energy Kawasaki rider leads the championship standings after one round.
4. Blake Baggett
11. Kyle Chisholm
21. Jason Anderson
25. Marvin Musquin
32. Christian Craig
34. Weston Peick
39. Kyle Cunningham
51. Justin Barcia
53. Bradley Taft
54. Phil Nicoletti | Will run select rounds of the series for Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing.
60. Benny Bloss
71. Michael Mosiman
73. Brandon Scharer
86. Dylan Merriam
91. Alex Ray | Will fill-in at Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing for select rounds.
94. Ken Roczen | Team Honda HRC rider’s first race since arm injury at the 2018 San Diego Supercross.
121. Cody Cooper
122. Chris Howell
139. Nathen LaPorte
146. Jake Masterpool
150. Austin Walton
181. Dustin Pipes
200. Joachim Falden
207. Dare DeMartile
225. Brett Stralo
312. Chris Makuta
321. Bradley Lionnet
329. Chad Gores
330. Cade Autenrieth
388. Brandan Leith
400. Nicholas Peterson
436. Jason Bunch
447. Deven Raper
482. Riley Brough
505. Sean Lipanovich
550. John Citrola
553. Brent Rouse
596. Carson Tickle
637. Bobby Piazza
647. Matthew Hubert
650. Cody Johnston
718. Toshiki Tomita
726. Gared Steinke
743. Nicolo Gobbi
874. Arik Swan
876. Chris Alldredge
907. Ben Lamay
916. Jorge Rubalcava

MISSING FROM THE LIST

2. Cooper Webb | Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing sidelined with a broken leg from a crash at the 2018 Minneapolis, return to action uncertain.
14. Cole Seely | Team Honda HRC rider out for the rest of the year due to abdominal and pelvis injuries from a crash at the 2018 Tampa Supercross.
15. Dean Wilson | Rockstar Energy Racing Husqvarna rider out for the rest of the year due to a torn ACL ligament in his knee.
19. Justin Bogle | Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing sidelined as he heals broken arm, return to action uncertain.
20. Broc Tickle | Provisionally suspened by WADA for violation of anti-doping program.
22. Chad Reed | Privateer program was for Supercross only.
27. Malcolm Stewart | Program with Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing was only for Supercross.
33. Josh Grant | Monster Energy Kawasaki sidelined for an undetermined time due to a leg injury.