2022 Supercross and Motocross Professional Numbers Announced

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9/23/2021 9:41 AM

Webb, Ferrandis among those holding No. 1 plates

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association announced the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross and Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship professional competition numbers for pro-licensed riders.

The assigned professional numbers are used in competition, and the reigning champion races with the No. 1 plate when competing in the class or region in which the title was earned. When racing outside the rider’s title class or region, an assigned number is used.

2022 Top 100 and Career Pro Numbers for AMA Supercross and Motocross
* Career Numbers
**New Career Numbers for 2022

1 — 450SX Cooper Webb
1 — 450MX Dylan Ferrandis
1 — 250MX Jett Lawrence
1W — Justin Cooper
1E — Colt Nichols
2* — Cooper Webb
3* — Eli Tomac
6* — Jeremy Martin
7* — Aaron Plessinger
9* — Adam Cianciarulo
10* — Justin Brayton
11* — Kyle Chisholm
12* — Shane McElrath
14* — Dylan Ferrandis
15* — Dean Wilson
16* — Zach Osborne
17* — Joey Savatgy
18** — Jett Lawrence
19* — Justin Bogle
20* — Broc Tickle
21* — Jason Anderson
22* — Chad Reed
23* — Chase Sexton
24* — RJ Hampshire
25* — Marvin Musquin
26* — Alex Martin
27* — Malcolm Stewart
28 — Christian Craig
29 — Michael Mosiman
30** — Jo Shimoda
31 — Jalek Swoll
32* — Justin Cooper
33 — Austin Forkner
34 — Max Anstie
35 — Garrett Marchbanks
36 — Maximus Vohland
37 — Coty Schock
38 — Joshua Varize
39 — Jarrett Frye
40 — Dilan Schwartz
41 — Brandon Hartranft
42 — Ty Masterpool
43 — Carson Mumford
44 — Pierce Brown
45** — Colt Nichols
46* — Justin Hill
47 — Seth Hammaker
48 — Cameron McAdoo
49 — Nate Thrasher
50 — Stilez Robertson
51* — Justin Barcia
52 — Kyle Peters
53 — Martin Davalos
54 — Mitchell Oldenburg
55 — Justin Rodbell
56 — Joshua Osby
57 — Kevin Moranz
58 — Ryan Surratt
59 — Levi Kitchen
60 — Thomas Do
61 — Fredrik Noren
62 — Vince Friese
63 — Jeremy Hand
64 — Mitchell Harrison
65 — Grant Harlan
66 — Chris Blose
67 — Logan Karnow
68 — Preston Kilroy
69 — Robbie Wageman
70 — Ramyller Alves
71 — Ben LaMay
72 — John Short
73 — Benny Bloss
74 — Derek Kelley
75 — Luke Neese
76 — Devin Simonson
77 — Cedric Soubeyras
78 — Cade Clason
79 — Hunter Schlosser
80 — Enzo Lopes
81 — Jace Owen
82 — Chris Canning
83 — Tyler Bowers
84 — Scott Meshey
85 — Hunter Sayles
86 — Wilson Fleming
87 — Alex Ray
88 — Jacob Runkles
89 — Lane Shaw
90 — Jordon Smith
91 — Brandon Scharer
92 — Jace Kessler
93 — Tyler Stepek
94* — Ken Roczen
95 — Justin Starling
96** — Hunter Lawrence
97 — Jerry Robin
98 — Dominique Thury
99 — RJ Wageman

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9/23/2021 9:45 AM

Awesome that there were five different champs this year. What a great season of moto. Now it's time to memorize some new digits!

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9/23/2021 9:46 AM

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/23/2021 9:47 AM

I searched to see if there was discussion. Didn't see anything, so posted. I should have refreshed one more time before posting!

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9/23/2021 9:57 AM

RichieW13 wrote:

I searched to see if there was discussion. Didn't see anything, so posted. I should have refreshed one more time before ...more

Don't sweat it, we don't have to click a link on you thread cool

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9/23/2021 9:58 AM

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9/23/2021 10:03 AM

Yeah RJ! Didn’t even need Jett to take that single digit number. Congrats!

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9/23/2021 10:21 AM

Interested in Hunter going up to 96 for career number... Not surprised at Jett staying with 18, he's feeling it.

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9/23/2021 10:24 AM

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Yes, Colt 45 wins the numbers game this year for sure...

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'75-'83 through the minicycle boom.
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I was fast... But being fast is relative to who else is on the track with you.

ZachO fan! ZO16

TG243 fan!

9/23/2021 10:57 AM

This is the butt patch Colt!!! DO IT!!!

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'75-'83 through the minicycle boom.
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I was fast... But being fast is relative to who else is on the track with you.

ZachO fan! ZO16

TG243 fan!

9/23/2021 11:25 AM

Interesting that both Chad Reed and Justin Hill's numbers were not released.

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9/23/2021 11:31 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/23/2021 11:41 AM

RichieW13 wrote:

Interesting that both Chad Reed and Justin Hill's numbers were not released.

I think Hill has/had intentions to race again in 2022, so he could have petition to keep it 1 more year.

Chad has expressed that he wanted to make an SX main event at age 40 and he turns 40 in March. Will we see it? I doubt it, but wouldn't it be awesome. Like Hill, he could have sent an email to keep it for another year.

4 was released because he's not coming back.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/23/2021 11:45 AM

Surprised that Dylan nor Jett did not take a single digit.

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9/23/2021 12:53 PM

RichieW13 wrote:

Interesting that both Chad Reed and Justin Hill's numbers were not released.

-MAVERICK- wrote:

I think Hill has/had intentions to race again in 2022, so he could have petition to keep it 1 more year.

Chad has expressed ...more

I wonder what the actual criteria is to allow a rider to reserve a number. The rules just say:

"Special consideration is given to a rider if
he/she is confirmed with a season long injury or other
special circumstance, which prevents him/her from
competing that season."

I don't think Reed or Hill qualify as an injury or special circumstance. Maybe the AMA will give a rider one extra year to reserve a number if he announces an intent to race the following season? Could Reed just tell AMA every year "I might race this year" and keep #22 locked up forever?

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9/23/2021 12:54 PM

neysbo wrote:

Surprised that Dylan nor Jett did not take a single digit.

Dylan ran #4 in Europe but I would guess he probably wouldn't want to run it in the US because of the legacy behind it

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9/23/2021 1:37 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/23/2021 11:42 PM

RichieW13 wrote:

I wonder what the actual criteria is to allow a rider to reserve a number. The rules just say:

"Special consideration is ...more

I'm not sure what the exceptions are in order to keep a number, but if Reed and Hill don't score 25 points in 2022 their numbers will be released for the 2023 season.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/23/2021 10:58 PM

Press516 wrote:

Interested in Hunter going up to 96 for career number... Not surprised at Jett staying with 18, he's feeling it.

96 was Hunter’s GP number.

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9/24/2021 12:58 AM

Press516 wrote:

Interested in Hunter going up to 96 for career number... Not surprised at Jett staying with 18, he's feeling it.

romain524 wrote:

96 was Hunter’s GP number.

He ran it in Aussie as a kid too

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9/24/2021 1:34 AM

neysbo wrote:

Surprised that Dylan nor Jett did not take a single digit.

Juck wrote:

Dylan ran #4 in Europe but I would guess he probably wouldn't want to run it in the US because of the legacy behind it

Legacy? You realise he took K Dub's #14 without a sweat grin K dub was a legend too

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Braaaaaaaap!!

9/24/2021 3:02 AM

OT wrote:

Legacy? You realise he took K Dub's #14 without a sweat grin K dub was a legend too

Are you being for real? Imo he's better than him

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9/24/2021 4:34 AM

neysbo wrote:

Surprised that Dylan nor Jett did not take a single digit.

Juck wrote:

Dylan ran #4 in Europe but I would guess he probably wouldn't want to run it in the US because of the legacy behind it

OT wrote:

Legacy? You realise he took K Dub's #14 without a sweat grin K dub was a legend too

Lol K-Dub is a fan favorite not a legend or a legacy…

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9/24/2021 9:10 AM

neysbo wrote:

Surprised that Dylan nor Jett did not take a single digit.

Juck wrote:

Dylan ran #4 in Europe but I would guess he probably wouldn't want to run it in the US because of the legacy behind it

OT wrote:

Legacy? You realise he took K Dub's #14 without a sweat grin K dub was a legend too

You realise Dylan took #14 from Seely not Windham?

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