Jeremy McGrath is the current “King of Supercross”. Photo by: Hoppenworld

Check out the all-time supercross wins list featuring every winner in the 125, 250 and 450 classes throughout the history of Supercross. Also in the list is the 500cc class winners from the past and the Monster Energy Cup winners over the last four years. Below the chart, check out who’s won the most championships and every recorded supercross champion from throughout the history of the Supercross.

*Active riders are bold

Rider Total 500cc 450SX (450/250) 250SX (250/125) Monster Energy Cup
Jeremy McGRATH 85   72 13
James STEWART 69   50 18 1
Ricky CARMICHAEL 60   48 12
Ryan VILLOPOTO 53   41 11 1
Chad REED 50   44 6
Ryan DUNGEY 42   30 12
Kevin WINDHAM 30   18 12
Ricky JOHNSON 28   28  
Bob HANNAH 27   27  
Damon BRADSHAW 25   19 6
Jeff WARD 20   20  
Ezra LUSK 19   12 7
Nathan RAMSEY 16   1 15
Mark BARNETT 17   17  
Jeff STANTON 17   17  
Jean-Michel BAYLE 16   16  
Eli TOMAC 17   4 12 1
Ken ROCZEN 16   10 1
Justin BARCIA 14   2 11 1
Jeff EMIG 13   7 6
Damon HUFFMAN 13v cc   1 12
Mike LaROCCO 13   10 3
Davi MILLSAPS 13   5 7 1
David BAILEY 12   12  
Jeff MATIASEVICH 12   1 11
Brian SWINK 12     12
Ernesto FONSECA 12     12
Trey CANARD 12   5  7
Cooper WEBB 11   11
David VUILLEMIN 11   7 4
Doug HENRY 11   4 7
Christophe POURCEL 11     11
Mike BELL 11   11
Marvin MUSQUIN 11     11 
Mickael PICHON 11     11
Broc GLOVER 10   10  
Ivan TEDESCO 10     10
Jake WEIMER 9     9
Ron LECHIEN 8   8  
John DOWD 8   1 7
Keith TURPIN 8     8
Denny STEPHENSON 8     8
Jimmy ELLIS 8    8  
Dean WILSON 8     8
Travis PASTRANA 8     8
Jason ANDERSON 7   2 5
Johnny O’MARA 7   7  
Stephane RONCADA 7     7
Mike KIEDROWSKI 5     2
Josh HANSEN 7     7
Grant LANGSTON 7     7
Cole SEELY 6   1 5
Andrew SHORT 6   1 5
Kent HOWERTON 5    
Branden JESSEMAN 5     5
Jeremy MARTIN 4     4
Josh GRANT 4 1 3
Jim WEINERT 4   4  
Donnie HANSEN 4   4  
Darrell SHULTZ 4   4  
William SURRATT 4     4
Ron TICHENOR 4     4
Donny SCHMIT 4     4
Jimmy BUTTON 4     4
Mike BROWN 4     4
Ryan HUGHES 4     4
David PINGREE 4     4
Martin DAVALOS 4     4
Brock SELLARDS 4     4
Blake BAGGETT 4     4
Justin HILL 3     3
Larry WARD 3   3  
Eddie WARREN 3     3
Larry BROOKS 3     3
Kyle LEWIS 3     3
Todd DeHOOP 3     3
Ty DAVIS 3     3
Buddy ANTUNEZ 3     3
Jeromy BUEHL 3     3
Tallon VOHLAND 3     3
Joey SAVATGY 3     3
Travis PRESTON 3     3
Ben TOWNLEY 3     3
Jason LAWRENCE 3     3
Austin STROUPE 3     3
Tony DiSTEFANO
3  
Blake WHARTON 3     3
Adam CIANCIARULO 3     3
Marty SMITH 3    
Justin BOGLE 3     3
Malcolm STEWART 3     3
Rex STATEN 2 1 1  
Marty TRIPES 2   2  
Michael CRAIG 2   1 1
Mike HEALY 2     2
Tim FERRY 2     2
Casey JOHNSON 2     2
Derrick Shae BENTLEY 2     2
Greg SCHNELL 2     2
Broc TICKLE 2     2
Wil HAHN 2    
Steve STACKABLE 2 1    
Ryan SIPES 2      2
Rich EIERSTEDT 2  2    
Gaylon MOSIER 2  1  
Aaron PLESSINGER 1   1
Roger DeCOSTER 1  1    
Gary CHAPLIN 1 1    
Pat RICHTER 1 1    
Pierre KARSMAKERS 1   1  
Jim POMEROY 1   1  
Jaroslav FALTA 1   1  
Steve WISE 1   1  
Chuck SUN 1   1  
Rick RYAN 1   1  
Doug DUBACH 1   1  
Greg ALBERTYN 1   1  
Sebastien TORTELLI 1   1  
Josh HILL 1   1  
Todd CAMPBELL 1     1
Bader MANNEH 1     1
Bobby MOORE 1     1
Tyson VOHLAND 1     1
Jimmy GADDIS 1     1
Phil LAWRENCE 1     1
Chad PEDERSON 1     1
Pedro GONZALEZ 1     1
Jeff WILLOH 1     1
Brian DEEGAN 1     1
Casey LYTLE 1     1
Michael BRANDES 1     1
Justin BUCKELEW 1     1
Matt WALKER 1     1
Broc HEPLER 1     1
Billy LANINOVICH 1     1
Tim HART 1    
Darryn DURHAM 1     1
Monte McCOY 1     1
Tyler BOWERS 1     1
Jessy NELSON 1     1
Christian CRAIG 1     1
Shane MCELRATH 1     1

(Updated Anaheim 1 SX 2017)

Ryan Dungey is beginning to cement his name in the record books as one of the all time greats of the sport. Photo by: Hoppenworld

Ryan Dungey is beginning to cement his name in the record books as one of the all time greats of the sport. Photo by: Hoppenworld

AMA 250 2-Stroke/450SX Class SX ChampionsActive Riders in Bold

2016: Ryan Dungey (KTM)
2015: Ryan Dungey (KTM)
2014: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2013: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2012: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2011: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2010: Ryan Dungey (Suzuki)
2009: James Stewart (Yamaha)
2008: Chad Reed (Yamaha)
2007: James Stewart (Kawasaki)
2006: Ricky Carmichael (Suzuki)
2005: Ricky Carmichael (Suzuki)
2004: Chad Reed (Yamaha)
2003: Ricky Carmichael (Honda)
2002: Ricky Carmichael (Honda)
2001: Ricky Carmichael (Kawasaki)
2000: Jeremy McGrath (Yamaha)
1999: Jeremy McGrath (Yamaha)
1998: Jeremy McGrath (Yamaha)
1997: Jeff Emig (Kawasaki)
1996: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1995: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1994: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1993: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1992: Jeff Stanton (Honda)
1991: Jean-Michel Bayle (Honda)
1990: Jeff Stanton (Honda)
1989: Jeff Stanton (Honda)
1988: Rick Johnson (Honda)
1987: Jeff Ward (Kawasaki)
1986: Rick Johnson (Honda)
1985: Jeff Ward (Kawasaki)
1984: Johnny O’Mara (Honda)
1983: David Bailey (Honda)
1982: Donnie Hansen (Honda)
1981: Mark Barnett (Suzuki)
1980: Mike Bell (Yamaha)
1979: Bob Hannah (Yamaha)
1978: Bob Hannah (Yamaha)
1977: Bob Hannah (Yamaha)
1976: Jim Weinert (Kawasaki)
1975: Jim Ellis (Can-Am) 250
1975: Steve Stackable (Maico) 500
1974: Pierre Karsmakers (Yamaha) 250
1974: Gary Semics (Husqvarna) 500

Little did we know at the time, but we witnessed Ryan Villopoto’s last Supercross race at the 2014 Las Vegas SX. The Hall of Famer checked out early with the 4th most wins, 3rd most 450SX Championship and one of only two riders to win four-straight 450SX Championships. Photo by: Hoppenworld

AMA 250 2-Stroke/450SX Supercross ChampionshipsActive Riders in Bold

1. Jeremy McGrath (7)
2. Ricky Carmichael (5)
3. Ryan Villopoto (4)
4. Ryan Dungey (3)
4. Jeff Stanton (3)
4. Bob Hannah (3)
7. Rick Johnson (2)
7. Jeff Ward (2)
7. Chad Reed (2)
7. James Stewart (2)
11. Pierre Karsmakers (1)
11. Gary Semics (1) 500cc
11. Jim Ellis (1)
11. Steve Stackable (1) 500cc
11. Jim Weinert (1)
11. Mike Bell (1)
11. Mark Barnett (1)
11. Donnie Hansen (1)
11. David Bailey (1)
11. Johnny O’Mara (1)
11. Jean-Michel Bayle (1)
11. Jeff Emig (1)

Cooper Webb capped off his 250SX career with back-to-back Championships in the west. He is one of six riders to win two Western Regional Championships. Photo by: Hoppenworld

Cooper Webb capped off his 250SX career with back-to-back Championships in the west. He is one of six riders to win two Western Regional Championships. Photo by: Hoppenworld

AMA 125 (2 stroke)/250SX Western Regional Champion

2016: Cooper Webb (Yamaha)
2015: Cooper Webb (Yamaha)
2014: Jason Anderson (KTM)
2013: Ken Roczen (KTM)
2012: Eli Tomac (Honda)
2011: Broc Tickle (Kawasaki)
2010: Jake Weimer (Kawasaki)
2009: Ryan Dungey (Suzuki)
2008: Jason Lawrence (Yamaha)
2007: Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2006: Grant Langston (Kawasaki)
2005: Ivan Tedesco (Kawasaki)
2004: Ivan Tedesco (Kawasaki)
2003: James Stewart (Kawasaki)
2002: Travis Preston (Honda)
2001: Ernesto Fonseca (Yamaha)
2000: Shae Bentley (Kawasaki)
1999: Nathan Ramsey (Kawasaki)
1998: John Dowd (Yamaha)
1997: Kevin Windham (Yamaha)
1996: Kevin Windham (Yamaha)
1995: Damon Huffman (Suzuki)
1994: Damon Huffman (Suzuki)
1993: Jimmy Gaddis (Kawasaki)
1992: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1991: Jeremy McGrath (Honda)
1990: Ty Davis (Honda)
1989: Jeff Matiasevich (Kawasaki)
1988: Jeff Matiasevich (Kawasaki)
1987: Willy Surratt (Suzuki)
1986: Donny Schmit (Kawasaki)
1985: Bobby Moore (Suzuki)

Malcolm Stewart made it two Stewart brothers on the 125/250SX Regional Championship winning list. The only brothers in history to achieve this record. Photo by: Hoppenworld

Malcolm Stewart made it two Stewart brothers on the 125/250SX Regional Championship winning list. The only brothers in history to achieve this record. Photo by: Hoppenworld

AMA 125 (2 stroke)/250SX Eastern Regional Champion

2016: Malcolm Stewart (Honda)
2015: Marvin Musquin (KTM)
2014: Justin Bogle (Honda)
2013: Wil Hahn (Honda)
2012: Justin Barcia (Honda)
2011: Justin Barcia (Honda)
2010: Cristophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
2009: Cristophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
2008: Trey Canard (Honda)
2007: Ben Townley (Kawasaki)
2006: Davi Milssaps (Honda)
2005: Grant Langston (Kawasaki)
2004: James Stewart (Kawasaki)
2003: Branden Jesseman (Suzuki)
2002: Chad Reed (Yamaha)
2001: Travis Pastrana (Suzuki)
2000: Stephane Roncada (Yamaha)
1999: Ernesto Fonseca (Yamaha)
1998: Ricky Carmichael (Kawasaki)
1997: Tim Ferry (Suzuki)
1996: Michael Pichon (Kawasaki)
1995: Michael Pichon (Kawasaki)
1994: Ezra Lusk (Suzuki)
1993: Doug Henry (Honda)
1992: Brian Swink (Suzuki)
1991: Brian Swink (Honda)
1990: Denny Stephenson (Suzuki)
1989: Damon Bradshaw (Yamaha)
1988: Todd DeHoop (Suzuki)
1987: Ron Tichenor (Suzuki)
1986: Keith Turpin (Honda)
1985: Eddie Warren (Kawasaki)

With Supercross career numbers that include 72 wins and 7 premier class Championships, Jeremy McGrath is looking back at everyone. Photo by: Hoppenworld

With Supercross career numbers that include 72 wins and 7 premier class Championships, Jeremy McGrath is looking back at everyone. Photo by: Hoppenworld

AMA 250-2 stroke/450SX Main Event WinsActive Riders in Bold

1. Jeremy McGrath (72)
2. James Stewart (50)
3. Ricky Carmichael (48)
4. Chad Reed (44)
5. Ryan Villopoto (41)
6. Ryan Dungey (30)
7. Rick Johnson (28)
8. Bob Hannah (27)
9. Jeff Ward (20)
10. Damon Bradshaw (19)
11. Kevin Windham (18)
12. Mark Barnett (17)
12. Jeff Stanton (17)
14. Jean-Michel Bayle (16)
15. Ezra Lusk (12)
15. David Bailey (12)
17. Mike Bell (11)
18. Broc Glover (10)
18. Mike Larocco (10)
18. Ken Roczen (10)
20. Jimmy Ellis (8)
20. Ron Lechien (8)
23. Johnny O’Mara (7)
24. Jeff Emig (7)
24. David Vuillemin (7)
26. Kent Howerton (5)
26. Mike Kiedrowski (5)
26. Trey Canard (5)
26. Davi Millsaps (5)
30. Eli Tomac (4)
30. Jim Weinert (4)
30. Darrell Shultz (4)
30. Donnie Hansen (4)
30. Doug Henry (4)
35. Tony DiStefano (3) 1/ 500cc
35. Marty Smith (3)
35. Larry Ward (3)
38. Justin Barcia (2)
38. Marty Tripes (2)
38. Gaylon Mosier (2) 1/500cc
38. Rex Staten (2) 1/500cc
38. Steve Stackable (2) 500 cc
38. Rich Eierstedt (2) 500 cc
38. Jason Anderson (2)
45. Pierre Karsmakers (1)
45. Jim Pomeroy (1)
45. Jaroslav Falta (1)
45. Steve Wise (1)
45. Ricky Ryan (1)
45. Jeff Matiasevich (1)
45. Doug Dubach (1)
45. Mike Craig (1)
45. Damon Huffman (1)
45. Greg Albertyn (1)
45. Sebastien Tortelli (1)
45. John Dowd (1)
45. Gary Chaplin (1) 500cc
45. Pat Richter (1) 500cc
45. Tim Hart (1) 500cc
45. Nathan Ramsey (1)
45. Josh Hill (1)
45. Andrew Short (1)
45. Josh Grant (1)
45. Cole Seely (1)

There's not even room to argue this in my mind; James Stewart is the fastest man to ever throw a leg over a 125 two stroke. Photo by: Hoppenworld

There’s not even room to argue this in my mind; James Stewart is the fastest man to ever throw a leg over a 125 two stroke. Photo by: Hoppenworld

AMA 125 (2 stroke) 250SX Main Event WinnersActive 250SX Riders in Bold

1. James Stewart (18)
2. Nathan Ramsey (15)
3. Jeremy McGrath (13)
4. Brian Swink (12)
4. Damon Huffman (12)
4. Ryan Dungey (12)
4. Ernesto Fonseca (12)
4. Kevin Windham (12)
4. Ricky Carmichael (12)
4. Christophe Pourcel (12)
4. Eli Tomac (12)
12. Jeff Matiasevich (11)
12. Ryan Villopoto (11)
12. Christophe Pourcel (11)
12. Justin Barcia (11)
12. Marvin Musquin (11)
12. Cooper Webb (11)
18. Michael Pichon (10)
19. Ivan Tedesco (10)
19. Jake Weimer (9)
19. Keith Turpin (8)
19. Travis Pastrana (8)
19. Denny Stephenson (8)
19. Dean Wilson (8)
25. Doug Henry (7)
25. Ezra Lusk (7)
25. John Dowd (7)
25. Stephane Roncada (7)
25. Grant Langston (7)
25. David Millsaps (7)
25. Josh Hansen (7)
25. Trey Canard (7)
33. Damon Bradshaw (6)
33. Jeff Emig (6)
33. Chad Reed (6)
36. Cole Seely (5)
36. Ken Roczen (5)
36. Branden Jesseman (5)
36. Jason Anderson (5)
36. Andrew Short (5)
41. Martin Davalos (4)
41. Jeremy Martin (4)
41. Willy Surratt (4)
41. Ron Tichenor (4)
41. Donny Schmit (4)
41. Jimmy Button (4)
41. Mike Brown (4)
41. Ryan Hughes (4)
41. David Pingree (4)
41. David Vuillemin (4)
41. Broc Sellards (4)
41. Blake Baggett (4)
52. Justin Hill (3)
52. Eddie Warren (3)
52. Larry Brooks (3)
52. Todd DeHopp (3)
52. Mike LaRocco (3)
52. Ty Davis (3)
52. Buddy Antunez (3)
52. Jeromy Buehl (3)
52. Tallon Vohland (3)
52. Travis Preston (3)
52. Ben Townley (3)
52. Jason Lawrence (3)
52. Josh Grant (3)
52. Kyle Lewis (3)
52. Austin Stroupe (3)
52. Blake Wharton (3)
52. Adam Cianciarulo (3)
52. Justin Bogle (3)
52. Malcolm Stewart (3)
52. Joey Savatgy (3)
71. Mike Kiedrowski (2)
71. Mike Healey (2)
71. Tim Ferry (2)
71. Wil Hahn (2)
71. Casey Johnson (2)
71. Shae Bentley (2)
71. Greg Schnell (2)
71. Broc Tickle (2)
71. Ryan Sipes (2)
82. Todd Campbell (1)
82. Bader Manneh (1)
82. Bobby Moore (1)
82. Tyson Vohland (1)
82. Jimmy Gaddis (1)
82. Phil Lawrence (1)
82. Chad Pederson (1)
82. Pedro Gonzales (1)
82. Jeff Willoh (1)
82. Brian Deegan (1)
82. Casey Lytle (1)
82. Michael Brandes (1)
82. Justin Buckelew (1)
82. Matt Walker (1)
82. Broc Hepler (1)
82. Billy Laninovich (1)
82. Mouse McCoy (1)
82. Darryn Durham (1)
82. Tyler Bowers (1)
82. Jessy Nelson (1)
82. Christian Craig (1)
82. Aaron Plessinger (1)
82. Shane McElrath (1)

Eli Tomac is one of six different riders to win the Monster Energy Cup. Nobody has won the event twice yet. Photo by: Hoppenworld

Eli Tomac is one of six different riders to win the Monster Energy Cup. Nobody has won the event twice yet. Photo by: Hoppenworld

Monster Energy Cup Winners

1. Ryan Villopoto – 1 (2011 – $1 Million Dollar Sweep)
1. Justin Barcia – 1 (2012)
1. James Stewart – 1 (2013)
1. Davi Millsaps – 1 (2014)
1. Ken Roczen – 1 (2015)
1. Eli Tomac – 1 (2016)