Lawrence Sweeps Indy AMA Supercross

McAdoo takes 250SX East class lead with Triple Crown win

In a rookie campaign unlike any other, Team Honda HRC’s Jett Lawrence just cannot stop rewriting the record books.

During the 10th round of the 2024 AMA Supercross season at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the Australian rookie became just the second rider to sweep the Triple Crown format — joining then-Honda racer Ken Roczen, who swept the 2020 Glendale Triple Crown.

“It was pretty cool, and [team manager] Lars [Lindstrom] told me after the race that the last person [to sweep a Triple Crown] was Kenny and it was on a Honda, too,” Lawrence said. “It’s kind of cool to keep that ritual going with the Honda.”

Lawrence collected 25 points after his 1-1-1 showing at Lucas Oil Stadium, while Roczen — now with Progressive Insurance ECSTAR Suzuki — finished in second place by registering a 2-2-3 during the Triple Crown. Joining the Triple Crown sweepers on the podium was Red Bull KTM’s Chase Sexton, who went 3-3-2 on Saturday, March 18.

With his dominant display in Indianapolis, Lawrence jumped to 210 overall points on the season and further extended his lead in the 450SX class standings. After a fifth-place finish at Lucas Oil Stadium, Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Cooper Webb moved to 189 overall points and maintained his standing in second place while Sexton remained in third place with 185 points.

Cameron McAdoo wins
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Cameron McAdoo claimed his first victory of the season during the 10th round of the 2024 AMA Supercross campaign in Indianapolis. | Photo Credit: Jeff Kardas

While there was little movement in the 450SX overall standings, Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Cameron McAdoo surged into the 250SX East class lead by securing the victory in Indianapolis with a 1-2-3 Triple Crown finish.

“That was what I live for, going into that third race tied on points and just that lock-in [of focus]. And like I’ve been saying all night, just [focusing on] being present where my feet are, and gosh, I’m just so proud of that one,” McAdoo said. “This one felt really good and these aren’t easy to come by so I’m going to soak it in.”

Red Bull KTM’s Tom Vialle landed on the second rung of the podium with a 4-3-1 display, while Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Haiden Deegan collected third place with a 2-1-6 finish.

Although McAdoo seized control of the 250SX East lead with 98 points on the season, Vialle follows close behind with 96 points through five rounds. Troy Lee Designs Red Bull GasGas’ Pierce Brown remained in third place after a 12-4-2 showing on Saturday, jumping to 87 points.

The 2024 AMA Supercross shifts back to the West Coast on Saturday, March 23, with the 11th Round taking place at Lumen Field in Seattle. The action from the Emerald City starts at 8 p.m. EST and will be streamed live on Peacock.