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Eli Tomac

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Cortez, Colorado

Team: Monster Energy/Star Yamaha Racing

Current Residence: Cortez, Colorado

Birthdate: November 14, 1992

Manufacturer: Yamaha

Team Manager: Jeremy Coker

Mechanic: Josh Ellingson

Turned Pro: 2010

Best career season results: 2020 & 2022 450SX Champion

2022 season result: 1st, 450SX

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 Racing Accolades

  • 2022 & 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross 450SX Class Champion
  • 2019 Monster Energy Cup runner-up
  • 2015, 2017, and 2019 450SX Class championship runner-up
  • 2018 Monster Energy Cup $1 Million Winner
  • 2016 Monster Energy Cup Champion
  • 2012 250SX Western Regional Champion
  • 12 career 250SX Class wins
  • 2013 AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class Champion
  • 3-Time AMA Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion (2017-2019)
  • 2-time member of Team USA at the Motocross of Nations
  • Only rider in the history of the sport to win his professional debut

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Son of mountain bike racing champion, pioneer, icon and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inductee, John Tomac
  • Avid outdoor sportsman who spends his free time hunting
  • Enjoys spinning laps in exotic sports cars at the Las Vegas Speedway, mountain biking and standup jet skis
  • Sponsored by Oakley, which supports Bicycles Change Lives, a nonprofit focused on changing lives with bicycles in Africa.
  • Trains at Mountain Range Fitness, a “functional fitness” CrossFit gym in Cortez, Co.
  • Parents founded Flying T Ranch in 1993 in Southwest Colorado with a wine vineyard, grass and Alfalfa production.

2022 Season Recap: Eli Tomac was unstoppable in 2022 to say the least, Eli did what only very few have done before and won the Monster Energy Supercross season, Pro Motocross season, and Motocross Des Nations for Team USA, a truly remarkable feat. Eli’s Supercross season saw seven race wins and four additional podium finishes while battling with contender Jason Anderson. His Pro Motocross season victory came down to the final race with Chase Sexton, but Tomac prevailed and captured the title with five race wins and six podiums. Eli then went on to lead Team USA to a title in the Motocross Des Nations, some would call Eli’s 2022 a perfect season.

 

2023 Outlook: Sky is the limit for Eli in 2023, he only seems to get better with age being among a small group of riders in their 30s. Eli is currently on a Supercross only contract in 2023 with the Star Racing Yamaha Team, but many wonder if he will continue his career through the whole year to defend his Pro Motocross title and try to become the first SupeMotocross World Champion in the new SuperMotocross playoffs and final taking place in the fall.

Points Standings

Year Class Overall Points
2023 450SX 1 52
2022 450SX 1 359
2022 450SX 1 546
2021 450SX 3 326
2021 450SX 2 458
2020 450SX 1 384
2020 450SX 3 321
2019 450SX 2 361
2019 Monster Energy Cup 2 6
2019 450SX 1 521
2018 450SX 3 318
2018 Monster Energy Cup 1 3
2018 450SX 1 527
2017 450SX 2 354
2017 Monster Energy Cup 20 60
2017 450SX 1 470
2016 450SX 4 290
2016 Monster Energy Cup 1 7
2016 450SX 2 498
2015 450SX 2 305
2015 450SX 14 125
2014 450SX 13 115
2014 Monster Energy Cup 2 9
2014 450SX 5 319
2013 250SX 4 183
2013 450SX 18 52
2013 Monster Energy Cup 4 14
2013 450SX 1 552
2013 450SX 2 183
2012 450SX 3 9

INDIVIDUAL RACE RESULTS

Position Race Class Motos Machine Date
1 1 450SX Yamaha YZ450F 2023-01-07
1 2 450SX Yamaha YZ450F 2023-01-21
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