The Minneapolis Supercross was the third of three Triple Crown races in this year’s Monster Energy Supercross Series. This format treats the crowd to three main events for each class with the winner decided by points. In the 450 class, the Triple Crown was treated as a championship within a championship, and that went to Eli Tomac, who was also awarded the overall win in Minneapolis with a 1-4-3 score. Jason Anderson was probably thought to be the winner by many fans, who saw him finish with a 2-5-1, which would have tied Tomac in points and given him the overall for his final moto win But AMA officials gave him a one-position penalty in race two for an off-track excursion, and that turned out to be decisive. Marvin Musquin recovered from a poor first race to finish strong, winning race two and finishing second in race three….

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