Cooper Webb Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics

Cooper Webb Supercross Rider

Cooper Webb Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics

Cooper Webb Supercross Rider Biography


Cooper Webb was born on 10 November 1995 in Newport, North Carolina. He is a professional Supercross and Motocross rider in the USA. His father Robert was also a brilliant rider who played in motocross races in the 1970s. It is expressive and distinctive, it has been suggested that it shares many of the characteristics of drivers in the early stages of the sport. Ricky Carmichael illustrated him as a warrior and fighter. He runs on plate number 2, shared by other celebrities like Ryan Villopoto and Jeremy McGrath. He has won the 450 AMA Supercross championship title in 2019 and 2021.

TEAM NAME: Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Manufacturer: KTM
Team Manager: – Ian Harrison
Mechanic: Carlos Rivera

Amateur Career

Cooper Webb participated in his first motocross motorcycle race at Kinley MX when he was four years old. His first amateur championship was won in a Yamaha PW50 at the age of 6. In 2010, he was named the Young Motocross Biker of the Year. Webb started his professional motocross career in 2013 with the Yamaha Factory Racing Team when he was 17 years old. In 2014, he won his first 250cc AMA national race at Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville, Tennessee, and was named the Monster Energy Supercross Rookie of the Year in 2014.

In 2015, Webb won the 250SX Western Region Supercross Championship. In 2016, he has successfully defended his 250SX Western Regional Championship and won the 250cc AMA Motocross Championship. He won the 11th title in a row with a win rate of 42%.

In 2019, he won the 450cc AMA Supercross Championship, in 2016 250cc AMA Motocross National Championship, and the 2015 and 2016 Western Region Supercross Championship.

Webb was also the captain of the Motocross des Nations USA team in 2016, which finished second behind the French team. Before joining the KTM Factory Racing Team in 2019, he was promoted to the 450cc class in 2017. Under the guidance of professional off-road motorcycle coach Aldon Baker, he trained with Marvin Musquin and Zach Osborne.

Become Pro: 2013
Best Result of the Race Season: 1ST (450SX) 2019
2021 SEASON RESULT:  1ST (450SX)


•    Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX Champion in 2019
•    Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX Runner-Up in 2020
•    6th place Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 450 in 2019
•    Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 250 Champion in 2016
•    First career Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 450 Win
•    19 450SX  victories in Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 
•    7 professional 250 wins in  Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship

Overview of the 2021 season

After repeated tests, Cooper Webb achieved an impressive second place in his 2020 450SX campaign. After Arlington suffered a crash that many people thought he would not bounce back, Webb got back on his bike, overcame the pain, and did his best to keep his title. Facts have proved that this work has not been completed, however, Webb 2020 season proved his way forward. In the 2021 season, Cooper Webb again proved and has won the 450 SX Championship title.

Forecast  2022 Season

After a back injury in the 2020 Outdoor Motocross Championship Series, Webb’s 2022 focus is to start a healthy start in January and regain his Supercross title from Eli Tomac.

Overall Season Results

Year Class Points Overall
2021 MOTOCROSS 450 358 4
2021 SUPERCROSS 450SX 388 1
2020 MOTOCROSS 450 29 27
2020 SUPERCROSS 450SX 359 2
2019 MOTOCROSS 450 324 6
2019 SUPERCROSS 450SX 379 1
2018 SUPERCROSS 450SX 181 9
2018 MOTOCROSS 450 186 9
2017 MOTOCROSS 450 268 8
2017 SUPERCROSS 450SX 129 13
2016 MOTOCROSS 250 495 1
2016 SUPERCROSS 250SX West 180 1
2015 MOTOCROSS 250 246 11
2015 SUPERCROSS 250SX West 186 1
2014 MOTOCROSS 250 419 3
2014 SUPERCROSS 250SX West 143 5
2013 MOTOCROSS 250 255 9


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