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Cooper Webb

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Morehead City, NC

Team name: Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

Current Residence: Clermont, Florida

Birthdate: November 10, 1995

Manufacturer: KTM

Team Manager: Ian Harrison

Mechanic: Carlos Rivera

Turned Pro: 2013

Best career season result: 1st, 450SX in 2019 & 2021

2022 Season result: 7th, 450SX

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 Racing Accolades

  • 2019 and 2021 Monster Energy Supercross 450SX Champion, Runner-up in 2020.
  • 7 career Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 250 Wins
  • 2015 and 2016 250SX Western Regional Champion
  • 2016 AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class Champion
  • Team Captain – Team USA, 2016 Motocross of Nations with runner-up finish
  • 2014 Monster Energy Supercross Rookie of the Year

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Considered a “throw back” rider, embodying many of the outspoken, hard - nosed traits of riders from the early era of the sport
  • Wears the number 2, made famous by Jeremy McGrath, the most successful supercross rider in history, affectionately known as “The King,” and Ryan Villopoto, who won four consecutive Monster Energy Supercross titles from 2011 - 2014
  • Father was a professional surfer and parents own a surf shop in North Carolina. Cooper is passionate about the discipline as well
  • Quickly becoming a homegrown star in the greater Charlotte area and throughout North Carolina
  • Married in 2020 to wife Mariah and welcomed first child in August of 2022

2022 Season Recap: Following his 2021 Supercross title, Webb entered 2022 in his final year with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing with hopes of adding yet another title to their collection. Webb would go on to experience many ups and downs in his 2022 season, finishing on the podium four times but falling short of grabbing any race wins and finishing between fourth and eighth place in a majority of races. Webb then chose to opt out of the 2022 Pro Motocross season in an effort to reset and train for Supercross in 2023 in hopes of taking his title back from defending champion Eli Tomac.

 

2023 Outlook: Webb is heading into 2023 with a new KTM contract under his belt that is Supercross only with the option being open for him to race the 2023 Pro Motocross season. With Webb’s efforts solely focused on Supercross, it will be interesting to see if the two-time champion can make it three over a stacked field and an Eli Tomac who just seems to get better with age.

Points Standings

Year Class Overall Points
2023 450SX 2 46
2022 450SX 7 278
2021 450SX 1 388
2021 450SX 4 358
2020 450SX 2 359
2020 450SX 26 29
2019 450SX 1 379
2019 450SX 6 324
2018 450SX 9 181
2018 Monster Energy Cup 12 34
2018 450SX 9 186
2017 450SX 13 129
2017 450SX 7 268
2016 250SX 1 180
2016 450SX 1 495
2016 450SX 1 180
2015 250SX 71 186
2015 450SX 11 246
2015 450SX 1 186
2014 250SX 7 143
2014 Monster Energy Cup 16 44
2014 450SX 3 419
2014 450SX 5 143
2013 Monster Energy Cup 12 37
2013 450SX 9 255

INDIVIDUAL RACE RESULTS

Position Race Class Motos Machine Date
2 1 450SX KTM 450 2023-01-07
2 2 450SX KTM 450 2023-01-21
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