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All-Time Supercross wins the list – all categories

Supercross career numbers including 72 wins and 7 leading class championships, Jeremy McGrath looks at everyone. Photo: Hoppenworld

Jeremy McGrath is the present "King of Supercross" and also you don't see the throne eliminated soon. Photograph: Hoppenworld

Take a look at a list of all-time supercross winnings in each of the 125, 250, and 450 categories in the Supercross historical past. The list additionally consists of previous 500cc winners and Monster Power Cup winners. Under you’ll find out about each winner who has gained most championships and every Supercross champion in the history of Supercross.

Scroll right down to the chart that lists riders in each class

* Lively riders are daring (Up to date after Las Vegas in 2019)

AMA 250-2 stroke / 450SX event wins – lively riders in daring

1. Jeremy McGrath (72)
2. James Stewart (50)
3. Ricky Carmichael (48)
4. Chad Reed (44)
5. Ryan Villopoto (41)
6. Ryan Dungey (35)
7. Rick Johnson (28)
eight. Eli Tomac (27)
eight. Bob Hannah (27)
10. Jeff Ward (20)
11. Damon Bradshaw (19)
12. Kevin Windham (18)
13. Mark Barnett (17)
13. Jeff Stanton (17)
15. Jean-Michel Bayle (16)
16. Ezra Lusk (12)
16. David Bailey (12)
18. Mike Bell (11)
18. Ken Roczen (11)
20. Broc Glover (10)
20. Mike Larocco (10)
22. Jimmy Ellis (8)
22. Ron Lechien (eight)
24. Cooper Webb (7)
24. Johnny O & # 39; Mara (7) )
25. Jeff Emig (7)
25. David Vuillemin (7)
25. Jason Anderson (7)
28. Marvin Musquin (6)
29. Kent Howerton (5) )
29. Mike Kiedrowski (5) [194] 59005] 29. Trey Canard (5)
29. Dim Millsaps (5)
34. Jim Weinert (4)
34th Darrell Shultz (four)
34. Donnie Hansen (four) [4]
34. Doug Henry (4)
38. Tony DiStefano (3) 1/500 cm3
38. Marty Smith (three)
38. Larry Ward (3)
38. Justin Barcia (3)
42. Marty Tripes (2)
42. Gaylon Mosier (2) 1 / 500cc
42. Rex Staten (2) 1 / 500cc
42. Steve Stackable (2) 500 cm3
42. Rich Eierstedt (2) 500 cm3
47. Pierre Karsmakers (1)
47. Jim Pomeroy (1)
47. Jaroslav Falta (1)
47. Steve Sensible (1)
47. Ricky Ryan (1)
47. Jeff Matiasevich (1)
47. Doug Dubach (1)
47. Mike Craig (1)
47. Damon Huffman (1)
47. Greg Albertyn (1)
47. Sebastien Tortelli (1)
47. John Dowd (1)
47. Gary Chaplin (1) 500 cm3
47. Pat Richter (1) 500 cm3 [194747Hart(1)500cm3
47. Nathan Ramsey (1)
47. Josh Hill (1)
47. Andrew Brief (1)
47. Josh Grant (1) )
47. Cole Seely (1)
47. Justin Brayton (1)
47. Blake Baggett (1)

Supercross career numbers with 72 wins and seven leading class championships, Jeremy McGrath seems to be at all. Photograph: Hoppenworld

AMA 250 2 Stroke / 450SX Supercross Championship – Lively Riders in Bold

1. Jeremy McGrath (7)
2. Ricky Carmichael (5)
3. Ryan Villopoto (four)
four. Ryan Dungey (4)
4. Jeff Stanton (3)
4. Bob Hannah (three)
7. Rick Johnson (2)
7. Jeff Ward (2)
7. Chad Reed (2)
7. James Stewart (2)
11. Cooper Webb (1)
11. Jason Anderson (1)
11. Pierre Karsmakers (1)
11. Gary Semics (1) 500cc
11. Jim Ellis (1)
11 Steve Stackable (1) 500cc
11. Jim Weinert (1)
11. Mike Bell (1)
11. Mark Barnett (1)
11. Donnie Hansen (1)
11. David Bailey (1)
11. Johnny O & # 39; Mara (1)
11. Jean-Michel Bayle (1)
11. Jeff Emig (1)

Cooper Webb added himself elite list of Champions in SX. Photograph: Simon Cudby

AMA 250 2-Stroke / 450SX Class SX Masters of the Yr – Lively Riders at Daring
2019: Cooper Webb (M.Sc.)
2018: Jason Anderson (Husqvarna)
2017: Ryan Dungey (M.Sc.)
2016: Ryan Dungey (M.Sc.)
2015: Ryan Dungey (M.Sc.)
2014: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2013: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2012: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2011: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2010: Ryan Dungey (Suzuki)
2009: James Stewart (Yamaha)
2008: Chad Reed (Yamaha)
2007: James Stewart (Kawasaki)
2006: Ricky Carmichael (Suzuki)
2005: Ricky Carmichael (Suzuki)
2004: Chad Reed (Yamaha)
2003: Ricky Carmichael (Honda)
2002: Ricky Carmichael (Honda)
2001: Ricky Carmichael (Kawasaki)
2000: Jeremy McGrath (Yamaha)
1999: Jeremy McGrath (Yamaha)
1998: Jeremy McGrath (Yamaha) [1945900] 5] 1997: Jeff Emig (Kawasaki)
1996: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1995: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1994: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1993: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1992: Jeff Stanton (Honda)
1991: Jean-Michel Bayle (Honda)
1990: Jeff Stanton (Honda)
1989: Jeff Stanton (Honda)
1988: Rick Johnson (Honda) )
1987: Jeff Ward (Kawasaki)
1986: Rick Johnson (Honda)
1985: Jeff Ward (Kawasaki)
1984: Johnny O & # 39; Mara (Honda)
1983: David Bailey (Honda)
1982: Donnie Hansen (Honda)
1981: Mark Barnett (Suzuki)
1980: Mike Bell (Yamaha)
1979: Bob Hannah (Yamaha)
1978: Bob Hannah (Yamaha)
1977: Bob Hannah (Yamaha)
1976: Jim Weinert (Kawasaki)
1975: Jim Ellis (Can-Am) 250
1975: Steve Stackable (Maico) 500
1974: Pierre Karsmakers (Yamaha) 250
1974: Gary Semics (Husqvarna) 500

Dylan Ferrandis gained the first 3 250SX occasions in his career and handed it to 250 western elements.

AMA 125 (2 Stroke) / 250SX Western Regional Champion * Daring = Still Lively in 250SX Class
2019: Dylan Ferrandis (Yamaha)
2018: Aaron Plessinger (Yamaha)
2017: Justin Hill (Kawasaki)
2016: Cooper Webb (Yamaha)
2015: Cooper Webb (Yamaha)
2014: Jason Anderson (M.Sc.)
2013: Ken Roczen (M.Sc.)
2012: Eli Tomac (Honda)
2011: Broc Tickle (Kawasaki)
2010: Jake Weimer (Kawasaki)
2009: Ryan Dungey (Suzuki)
2008: Jason Lawrence (Yamaha)
2007: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2006: Grant Langston (Kawasaki)
2005: Ivan Tedesco (Kawasaki)
2004: Ivan Tedesco (Kawasaki)
2003: James Stewart (Kawasaki)
2002: Travis Preston (Honda)
2001: Ernesto Fonseca (Yamaha)
2000: Shae Bentley (Kawasaki)
1999: Nathan Ramsey (Kawasaki)
1998: John Dowd (Yamaha)
1997: Kevin Windha m (Yamaha)
1996: Kevin Windham (Yamaha)
1995: Damon Huffman (Suzuki)
1994: Damon Huffman (Suzuki)
1993: Jimmy Gaddis (Kawasaki)
1992: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1991: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1990: Ty Davis (Honda)
1989: Jeff Matiasevich (Kawasaki)
1988: Jeff Matiasevich (Kawasaki)
1987: Willy Surratt (Suzuki)
1986: Donny Schmit (Kawasaki)
1985: Bobby Moore (Suzuki)

AMA 125 (2 Stroke) / 250SX Japanese Regional Champion * Daring = Still Lively 250SX Class
2019: Chase Sexton (Yamaha)
2018: Zach Osborne (Husqvarna)
2017: Zach Osborne (Husqvarna)
2016: Malcolm Stewart (Honda)
2015: Marvin Musquin (MSc)
2014: Justin Bogle (Honda)
2013: Wil Hahn (Honda)
2012: Justin Barcia (Honda)
2011: Justin Barcia (Honda)
2010 : Cristophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
2009: Cristophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
20 08: Trey Canard (Honda)
2007: Ben Townley (Kawasaki)
2006: Davi Milssaps (Honda)
2005: Grant Langston (Kawasaki)
2004: James Stewart (Kawasaki)
2003: Branden Jesseman (Suzuki)
2002: Chad Reed (Yamaha)
2001: Travis Pastrana (Suzuki)
2000: Stephane Roncada (Yamaha)
1999: Ernesto Fonseca (Yamaha)
1998: Ricky Carmichael (Kawasaki)
1997: Tim Ferry (Suzuki)
1996: Michael Pichon (Kawasaki)
1995: Michael Pichon (Kawasaki)
1994: Ezra Lusk (Suzuki)
1994 1993: Doug Henry (Honda)
1992: Brian Swink (Suzuki)
1991: Brian Swink (Honda)
] 1990: Denny Stephenson (Suzuki)
1989: Damon Bradshaw (Yamaha)
1988: Todd DeHoop (Suzuki)
1987: Ron Tichenor (Suzuki)
1986: Keith Turpin (Hon da)
1985: Eddie Warren (Kawasaki)

  There is not even room to claim this in my mind; James Stewart is the fastest man ever to throw his leg over 125 two strokes. Photo: Hoppenworld

There isn’t any room to say this in my mind; James Stewart is the fastest man ever to throw his leg over 125 two strokes. Photograph: Hoppenworld

AMA 125 (2 Stroke) 250SX Occasion Winners – * Bold = Nonetheless Lively in 250SX Class

1. James Stewart (18)
2. Nathan Ramsey (15)
3. Jeremy McGrath (13)
4. Brian Swink (12)
four. Damon Huffman (12)
4. Ryan Dungey (12)
4. Ernesto Fonseca (12)
4. Kevin Windham (12)
4. Ricky Carmichael (12)
four. Christophe Pourcel (12)
four. Eli Tomac (12)
12. Jeff Matiasevich (11)
12. Ryan Villopoto (11)
12. Christophe Pourcel (11)
12. Justin Barcia (11)
12. Marvin Musquin (11)
12. Cooper Webb (11)
18. Adam Cianciarulo (10)
18. Michael Pichon (10)
18. Ivan Tedesco (10)
21. Jake Weimer (9)
22. Keith Turpin (eight)
22. Travis Pastrana (eight)
22. Denny Stephenson (eight)
22. Dean Wilson (eight)
22. Justin Hill (8)
27. Austin Forkner (7)
27. Doug Henry (7)
27th Ezra Lusk (7)
27. John Dowd (7)
27 Stephane Roncada (7)
27. Grant Langston (7)
27. David Millsaps (7)
27. Josh Hansen (7)
27. Trey Canard (7)
27 Zach Osborne (7)
37. Shane McElrath (6)
37. Aaron Plessinger (6)
37. Damon Bradshaw (6)
37. Jeff Emig (6)
37 Chad Reed (6)
37. Jeremy Martin (6)
43. Joey Savatgy (5)
43. Cole Seely (5)
43. Ken Roczen (5)
43 Branden Jesseman (5)
43. Jason Anderson (5)
43. Andrew Brief (5)
43. Martin Davalos (5)
50. Willy Surratt (four)
50 Ron Tichenor (four)
50. Donny Schmit (four)
50. Jimmy Button (4)
50. Mike Brown (four)
50. Ryan Hughes (4)
50. David Pingree (four)
50. David Vuillemin (four)
50. Broc Sellards (four)
50. Blake Baggett (four)
60. Dylan Ferrandis (3)
60th Jordon Smith (three)
60th Eddie Warren (three)
60. Larry Brooks (3)
60. Todd DeHopp (three)
60th Mike LaRocco (3)
60th Ty Davis (three)
60. Buddy Antunez (3)
60. Jeromy Buehl (three)
60th Tallon Vohland (3)
60th Travis Preston (3)
60th Town City (3)
60. Jason Lawrence (3)
60. Josh Grant (three)
60. Kyle Lewis (3)
60th Austin Group (3)
60th Blake Wharton (3) )
60. Justin Bogle (3)
60th Malcolm Stewart (three)
79. Mike Kiedrowski (2)
79. Mike Healey (2)
79. Tim Ferry (2) )
79. Wil Hahn (2)
79. Casey Johnson (2)
79. Shae Bentley (2)
79. Greg Schnell (2)
79. Broc Tickle (2) )
79. Ryan Sipes (2)
88. Todd Campbell (1)
88. Bader Manneh (1)
88. Bobby Moore (1)
88. Tyson Vohland (1) )
88. Jimmy Gaddis (1)
8 eight. Phil Lawrence (1)
88. Chad Pederson (1)
88. Pedro Gonzales (1)
88. Jeff Willoh (1)
88. Brian Deegan (1)
88. Casey Lytle (1)
88. Michael Brandes (1)
88. Justin Buckelew (1)
88. Matt Walker (1)
88. Broc Hepler (1)
88. Billy Laninovich (1)
88. Mouse McCoy (1)
88. Darryn Durham (1)
88. Tyler Bowers (1)
88. Jessy Nelson (1)
88. Christian Craig (1)
88. Colt Nichols (1)
88. Chase Sexton (1)

  Eli Tomac is one of six different riders winning the Monster Energy Cup. Nobody has won the event twice yet. Photo: Hoppenworld

Eli Tomac is the first rider to get two wins in the Monster Cup scoreboard, but he’s nonetheless the winner of the history 450SX, which has no title. Photograph: Hoppenworld

Monster Power Cup Winners
1. Eli Tomac – 2 (2016-18)
2. Ryan Villopoto – 1 (2011 – $ 1 Million Greenback Sweep)
2. Justin Barcia – 1 (2012)
2. James Stewart-1 (2013)
2. Davi Millsaps – 1 (2014)
2. Ken Roczen – 1 (2015)
2. Marvin Musquin – 1 ( 2017 – $ 1 Million Dollar Sweep)

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