Eli Tomac’s moto wins on Saturday at RedBud were the 15th and 16th of his 450 career, which ranks second amongst active riders behind only Ken Roczen. The overall was the seventh of his career, also second amongst active riders behind Roczen.
As we approach the halfway point in the championship, we decided to look at all the statistics amongst active riders in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.
ACTIVE RIDERS CAREER O/A WINS
As previously mentioned, Roczen is the active overall wins leader with 13. Tomac and Roczen are the only active riders with three or more overall wins.
Both of Blake Baggett’s career overall wins have come in the 2017 season, as has Marvin Musquin’s only career O/A.
ACTIVE RIDERS CAREER MOTO WINS
Roczen also has the most career moto wins amongst active riders, thanks in part to his 20 moto wins from the 2016 season. Tomac is second with 16. Justin Barcia, Trey Canard, and Josh Grant are the only other riders with more than three career moto wins.
ACTIVE RIDERS CAREER PODIUMS
Again, it’s Roczen at the top with 26. Tomac is close in this category, though, with 21 career podiums. If he podiums in the final six rounds—which is very possible—he’ll enter 2018 as the all-time leader.
ACTIVE RIDERS CAREER LAPS LED
Roczen, by a mile.
ACTIVE RIDERs COMBINED MOTO WINS
Tomac is helped by his 23 moto wins in the 250 Class to Roczen’s 9.
Blake Baggett is third, 12 behind Roczen, thanks in part to his 24 career 250 moto wins. Jeremy Martin is the first 250 rider on the board, with 26 career moto wins.
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MOTOCROSS COMBINED WINS All-Time
They call him the GOAT for a reason.
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Correction: We previously stated that Tomac's moto wins at RedBud were his 13th and 14th of his career and his seventh career overall. They were actually his 15th and 16th and his eighth career overall. Tomac is also the active rider with the most combined (250/450) moto wins. We previously stated that Ken Roczen was. We've updated the post.