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Qualification report for Daytona Supercross

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With time off the clock, Marvin Musquin topped the leaderboard in 450 Group A qualifying at 1 minute, 07.725 seconds to beat Ken Roczen (1:08.638) by nearly a second and points leader Cooper Webb (1:08.744).

“The practice went good. I just needed to have a clear lap and put everything together and that’s what I did,” Musquin told Race Day Live’s Will Christian on NBC Sports Gold.

Eli Tomac (1:09.295) was fourth on the board, showing why these four riders are battling for the championship.

Dean Wilson (1:09.425) rounded out the top five.

Making his first 450 start of the season, Shane McElrath posted the 12th fastest time of 1:11.213.

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MORE: Daytona could be season’s turning point

In the 250 class:

With a lap of 1:09.719, Chase Sexton showed a little more speed in qualification than points leader Austin Forkner (1:09.771).

Justin Cooper (1:10.161), Mitchell Oldenburg (1:10.935) and Brandon Hartranft (1:111.076) rounded out the top five.

In eighth overall, Jace Owens (1:111.962) was the best rider from Group B.

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Qualification each week can be seen live with NBC’s Sport Gold Supercross / Motocross season pass, which can be purchased at https://www.nbcsports.com/gold.

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Barber IndyCar iRacing results

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Scott McLaughlin led the final six laps Saturday and finished 0.4241 seconds ahead of teammate Will Power to win the Honda IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.

Scott Speed finished third behind the Team Penske drivers. Alex Palou and Simon Pagenaud rounded out the top five.

Click here for the full boxscore from Saturday’s IndyCar iRacing event at Barber Motorsports Park.

WINNER: Scott McLaughlin holds off teammate Will Power

WHAT DRIVERS SAID: Postrace reactions on social media

Other notable finishers:

Colton Herta (seventh), Robert Wickens (eighth), Jimmie Johnson (12th), Graham Rahal (14th), Alexander Rossi (22nd).

Sage Karam led a race-high 24 laps but retired from the 45-lap event because of a crash and finished 27th of 29 drivers.