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Eli Tomac's Denver Supercross Run: Racing for the Championship Title in Round 16

Updated: May 14, 2023

The Battle Intensifies as Tomac Aims for an 8-Point Gain Over Chase Sexton


The stage is set for an exhilarating showdown in the Supercross world as we gear up for Round 16 in Denver, Colorado. Home-state hero, Eli Tomac Denver Supercross Run, is on a mission to clinch the 2023 Supercross Championship title by gaining 8 points on his fiercest competitor, Chase Sexton. With the crowd's support behind him, Tomac is determined to bring home the championship and etch his name in Supercross history.


Eli Tomac Denver Supercross Championship

As riders prepare to go racing at Empower Field, anticipation is building among the fans. The stadium will be buzzing with excitement, as this could be the race where Tomac secures the championship title on his home turf.


Eli Tomac, the Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing rider, has had a remarkable season so far, with numerous wins and a string of impressive performances. Entering Round 16, he has a strong chance to close out the season on his closest rival, Honda's Chase Sexton, who currently stands with an -18 point deficit after his win in Nashville. The pressure is mounting on both riders, but Tomac has the added advantage of racing in front of his home crowd, providing an extra boost of motivation.


Chase Sexton Supercross Two Four Speed

Chase Sexton, on the other hand, is not one to back down from a challenge. The young and talented HRC rider from Illinois has shown resilience and determination throughout the season, proving that he is a force to be reckoned with. He will certainly will be riding tough to keep his championship hopes alive as the series heads toward its finale next weekend in Salt Lake City.


Other riders to watch out for in Round 16 include Ken Roczen, who has had a strong season with a win and five podium finishes, and Adam Cianciarulo, the Kawasaki rider who will be looking to make a statement that he's back and he's fast in Denver.


Ken Roczen Supercross Suzuki Two Four Speed

Fans can expect a high-octane battle between Tomac and Sexton leading the charge. The energy and excitement in the stadium will be electric, as the elite 450 riders go head-to-head in a high-stakes game of speed and precision.


Will Eli Tomac make history and secure the Supercross Championship title in front of his home crowd? Or will Chase Sexton upset the odds and keep his championship hopes alive? One thing is for sure, the Denver Supercross Round 16 at Empower Field will be a race to remember.


Stay tuned for all the action-packed highlights and results from this nail-biting event!


Troy Smith

Two Four Speed


Photos- @browndogwilson

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