Adam Cianciarulo Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics

Adam Cianciarulo Supercross Rider

Adam Cianciarulo Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics

Adam Cianciarulo Supercross Rider Biography

 

Adam Cianciarulo is an American professional Supercross and Motocross racing rider, born on 20 October 1996. Since 2013, he has played in the AMA Motocross Championships and presently plays on a Kawasaki KX450 for the Team Pro Circuit-Kawasaki team. Cianciarulo is best known for winning the 2019 AMA 250cc Motocross Championship.


TEAM NAME: Monster Energy Kawasaki
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Team Manager: Dan Fahie
Mechanic: Justin Shantie


Amateur career


Cianciarulo started riding motorcycles at the age of 3 and racing at the age of four. He became the top-winning minibike rider in the AMA Amateur Motocross National Championships in 2012. He was eleven times amateur champion.

Become PRO: 2013
BEST RESULT OF THE RACE SEASON: 2ND PLACE 250SX (2017-2019) 
2020 SEASON RESULT: 15TH (450SX)


Accomplishment


•    Six 250SX Class victories and ten 250SX Class podiums in his career
•    Monster Energy Cup Supermini Winner in 2011
•    AMA Youth Motocross Award of the Year (2012 and 2011)
•    11 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships (2005-2012)
•    2018 – first place in the east and west races (250SX class Las Vegas)
•    2019 – Monster Energy Cup First Place (450SX)
•    2019 AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class winner

 

Overview of the 2021 season


Adam Ciancirulo, arguably one of the most exciting young 450SX racers in history, made a statement with 15th place in his 2020 450SX rookie season. Unfortunately, Adams may have ended his historic season early on due to the big crisis he faced in the eighth round in Arlington. Before Adam crashed in Arlington, he was moving towards his goal of finishing in the top five at the end of the season.

 

Forecast 2022


This summer, Adam received serious momentum after finishing second in the outdoor motocross 450 Class championships. In the 2022 Supercross season, he will bring this momentum to complete, what he started during his rookie campaign. Monster Energy Kawasaki team will compete in the exciting 2022 Supercross season together with teammate and defending champion Eli Tomac.

 

Overall Season Results

Class Year Points Overall
MOTOCROSS 450 2021 147 15
SUPERCROSS 450SX 2021 120 16
SUPERCROSS 450SX 2020 129 15
MOTOCROSS 450 2020 343 2
SUPERCROSS 250SX West 2019 211 2
MOTOCROSS 250 2019 519 1
SUPERCROSS 250SX West 2018 209 2
MOTOCROSS 250 2017 374 3
SUPERCROSS 250SX East 2017 171 2
MOTOCROSS 250 2016 266 8
MOTOCROSS 250 2015 178 14
SUPERCROSS 250SX East 2014 120 5
MOTOCROSS 250 2013 138 16

 

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