2019 AUS-X Open Supercross Results

Cycle News Staff | December 1, 2019

American Justin Brayton came out on top of the 2019 Monster Energy AUS-X Open Supercross results and earned his fourth consecutive Australian Supercross championship. Brayton came into the race behind Australian Luke Clout in the championship points standings. So, he needed a strong result to keep his Australian championship streak alive. Brayton took the overall win in the three-moto format with 1-2-3 scores.

2019 AUS-X Open Supercross Results Justin Brayton Finish Line - Brett-Hemmings
Justin Brayton earned his first Monster Energy AUS-X Open Supercross win and earned his fourth consecutive Australian Supercross Championship. Photo: Brett Hemmings

As for Clout, he set the fastest qualifying time in the afternoon and looked set to wrestle the championship away from Brayton. But he had 10-3-7 moto finishes for seventh overall, still enough to finish second in the championship.

Second overall for the night went to Rockstar Husqvarna’s Jason Anderson. The 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross champion was taken down by Chad Reed in the first of the three motos and ended up seventh. He came back to win the next two motos and finish second overall on the night.

Third place went to another American, Josh Hill. The former Yamaha factory rider raced a Yamaha to impressive 3-4-2 finishes. Australian Brett Metcalf finished fourth with 4-6-4 finishes. Chad Reed rounded out the top five with 2-7-5 moto scores.

In the SX2 (250) class, American Mitchell Oldenburg took the overall win with 1-5-1 moto scores. His fellow American teammate, Chris Blose, finished second overall with 2-1-4 scores and earned the championship. Jay Wilson rounded out the podium with 3-2-3 scores. Jett Lawrence, the young Australian that is racing in the US for the GEICO Honda team finished fourth overall with 4-3-2 finishes. Regan Duffy rounded out the top five with 9-6-6 moto scores.

2019 AUS-X Open Supercross Results – SX1

  1. Justin Brayton, Honda. 1-2-3
  2. Jason Anderson, Husqvarna. 7-1-1
  3. Josh Hill, Yamaha. 3-4-2
  4. Brett Metcalfe, Honda. 4-6-4
  5. Chad Reed, Honda. 2-7-5

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