Justin Brayton won the 2018 Daytona Supercross.

Little else needs saying as the near 34 year old won his first career Supercross round and broke the record for the oldest to win a 450 class Main Event.

Brayton has enjoyed success the last two years as Australian Supercross Champion but that level of success has not translated to the United States until now. Brayton also won a Triple Crown race last week landing him fourth overall in Atlanta thus his recent success puts him in third-place in the Championship standings. Eli Tomac finished second and Cooper Webb got on the podium for the first time this season in third.

Jason Anderson had a rough outing taking seventh, his worst finish of the season, and Marvin Musquin's streak of second-place finishes ends at four as he took fifth on Saturday. Anderson's lead in the Championship standings did not suffer much though as Musquin inched just two points closer and is now 40 points back.

In the 250SX East class class, Jordon Smith won for the first time this season and Jeremy Martin got his first podium of the year while Austin Forkner extended his podium to streak to three after a third-place finish. Zach Osborne, the defending 250SX East class Champion and points leader took fourth, his lowest finish of the season. Osborne and Forkner each have 89 points and Smith moves into third-place in the standings with 81 points.

Check out all the action from Daytona. Photos by Ryne Swanberg.

2018 Daytona Supercross