Eli Tomac is an American professional motocross rider. He was born on 14 November 1992; he played every year in Motocross and AMA Supercross championships.
In 2010, Tomac started his professional career. He made his 450cc first appearance in the 2013 Supercross schedule and attended the class full-time the following year.
In 2014, he won his first outdoor 450cc event at Spring Creek National in Millville, Minnesota, USA. In 2015, he won his first 450cc Supercross at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.
Since the 2016 season, Eli has been playing for the Kawasaki Factory Racing Team.
TEAM NAME: Monster Energy Kawasaki
Team Manager: Dan Fahie
Mechanic: Brian Kranz
In 2010, Eli Tomac made his professional debut as the first rider in the history of the sport, winning the 250cc AMA Hangtown Motocross Season Opener 2010 in Rancho Cordova, California. He was playing for the Geico Honda team at the time.
Eli Tomac completed the 250cc Supercross season with two victories and six podium finishes in 2011. In the 250SX West Championship, he won Brock Tickle second place with a 6-point advantage.
Eli won the 250cc Supercross Championship with seven podiums and won 5 1st place main events in 2012.
In 2013, Eli trailed Ken Roczen by 2 points in the 250cc Supercross Championship and won the main event five times. He won the AMA Motocross 250cc Championship seven times and 12 podiums.
Become a PRO: 2010
BEST RESULT OF THE RACE SEASON: 2020 SUPERCROSS 450SX CHAMPION
2020 SEASON RESULT: 1ST (450SX CLASS)
It ranks seventh on the Supercross all-time win list.
Runner-up in the 2019 Monster Energy Cup.
Runner-up in 2015, 2017, and 2019 450SX classes.
$ 1 million winners of the 2018 Monster Energy Cup.
2016 Monster Energy Cup winner.
2012 250SX Western Regional winner.
Twelve races win in the 250SX class.
2013 AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class winner.
Three-Time AMA Pro Motocross 450 Class winner (2017-2019)
Two-time member of Team USA at the Motocross of Nations.
The only racer in the history of the sport to win his professional debut
In a year of endless doubts and obstacles, Elie Tomak took the opportunity to win his first 450SX Supercross title. In a heated encounter with defending champion Cooper Webb, Tomac scored seven dramatic finishes in the Salt Lake City bubble, which resulted in a 25-point win over Web.
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