Drama surrounded the final round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship on Saturday afternoon as one of the closest 250 Class title fights in history was decided with the series' second ever visit to Ironman Raceway for the Bud Light Ironman National. Unfortunately the anticipated showdown between Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha's Jeremy Martin and Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin was short lived, as an apparent technical issue in the first moto brought a heartbreaking end to Musquin's title hopes and allowed Martin hoist the Gary Jones Cup as the 250 Class Champion for back-to-back seasons.
Martin celebrated his title alongside his Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha rookie teammate Aaron Plessinger, who broke through for the first overall win of his career. Despite securing his third 450 Class Championship the week prior, Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey still took care of business in the premier division, racing to his fifth consecutive overall win.
|1||Ryan Dungey||Belle Plaine, MN||1 - 2||KTM 450 SX-F|
|2||Ken Roczen||Mattstedt||3 - 1||Suzuki RM-Z450|
|3||Jason Anderson||Edgewood, NM||2 - 6||Husqvarna FC 450|
|4||Justin Barcia||Monroe, NY||7 - 3||Yamaha YZ450F|
|5||Christophe Pourcel||Marseilles||4 - 7||Husqvarna FC 450|
|1||Aaron Plessinger||Hamilton, OH||2 - 1||Yamaha YZ250F|
|Thomasville, GA||5 - 2||Kawasaki KX250F|
|3||Jessy Nelson||Paso Robles, CA||3 - 6||KTM 250 SX-F|
|Hudson, FL||8 - 4||Honda CRF250R|
|5||Matt Bisceglia||Weatherford, TX||6 - 5||Honda CRF250R|