Movers & Shakers from Salt Lake City 2

Find out who was on the plus and minus sides at the second round of action in Salt Lake City.

Movers & Shakers from Salt Lake City 2

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Malcolm Stewart was on fire in his heat race, and with a better start in the main? Who knows? He did jump from 20th to seventh at the finish.

Eli Tomac didn't blaze through the entire pack like he did on Sunday, but he was closing on Cooper Webb at the end. He also minimized the damage to his points lead by moving from ninth to second at the finish.

With his strong run and podium finish on Wednesday night, Zach Osborne jumped up two spots in the 450 series standings, to 11th.

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Movers & Shakers often gives you a good idea of what happened during the main event, but it's not always the whole story. For example, Chase Sexton started out in front at the end of lap one but dropped back to 15th after losing the front end and getting tangled with Pierce Brown after that. He came all the way back to fourth and is now tied with Shane McElrath atop the series standings in the 250 East.

The tangle between Pierce Brown and Chase Sexton left Pierce in 16th spot. He made it back to tenth at the finish. He's had to pass way too many people over the first couple of rounds since returning to action.

The delayed season has actually been good for Colt Nichols, since he was injured and wouldn't have been able to get in some Supercross before healing up. He's also been fast on his starts. His second-place finish on Wednesday helped jump him up 14 positions in the 250 East standings.


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