This week we get our first look at green (moving up), and red (moving down) in the standings. Let's check out the numbers.

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Eli Tomac was the big mover in the 450 main, jumping up eight spots.

After being a DNQ in the main at A1, Kyle Cunningham bounced back nicely with a 16th-place finish (after starting 20th), and he also moved from zero points on week one into 18th overall on the season.

Ken Roczen jumped up four spots in the 450 standings, into second place with his long-awaited win in St. Louis.

While he's still not 100 percent after being sick, Zach Osborne nabbed the holeshot in the 450 main event. While he did catch a bump and run from Ken Roczen and eventually dropped to fourth, he still moved up four spots in the 450 standings.

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It all looked good for Derek Drake at the start of the first 250 moto, but things got weird after that. Check below for the rest of the sequence. Fortunately, he bounced back with a +7 in the main.

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Dylan Ferrandis was a +9 for the weekend, bouncing back after a crashing early in the main, but he took a two-position hit in the standings.

After snagging a podium on weekend one, Christian Craig took a big hit by crashing late in the main for a -18, and also dropped six spots in the standings.


GuyB GuyB 1/13/2020 5:49 PM

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Could you possible add a running total of positions gained for the year? Be interesting to see who's passed the most and been passed the most.

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Hey Steve, if it's not too much hassle, please add a column for total series points for the future rounds. That way we can easily see what the championship points gap is between riders. And yes, I realize this info is available numerous other places, including this site. This info graphic is great, though, and having the total points would be a good addition to it. much ty

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