Eli Tomac got his first sweep since Round 2 and extended his 450 class lead to 50 points with a resounding overall win on Saturday for Round 9 of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series at Washougal MX Park in Washougal, WA.

A cloudy morning kept the sun and temperatures down for much of the day making for some great racing weather and the riders delivered. Tomac tailed Ken Roczen (2-3) for all but two laps of Moto 1 and a small digger near the tailend of the race seemed to hand the win to Roczen. But Tomac regrouped quickly, finally caught Roczen and took the checkers. In Moto 2, he was flying again, this time overtaking Marvin Musquin (5-2) after 11 laps to get his eighth Moto win of the year and fourth overall. Roczen took second overall for the day with Musquin rounding out the podium.

In the 250 class, Dylan Ferrandis made the championship fight a bit more interesting with his second sweep of the season including leading the entire way in Moto 2 with Adam Cianciarulo on his fender the whole time. As a result, Ferrandis erased eight points off Cianciarulo's Championship points lead and has three rounds to find the 28 points needed to catch the leader. Justin Cooper (2-4) took third on the day.

Check out all the action for Round 9 of the 2019 Motocross season at the Washougal National. Photos by Ryne Swanberg.

2019 Washougal Motocross