Behind them Anderson was once again on a charge, working his way through the field for the second straight race to finish third ahead of Josh Grant in 4th and Monster Energy Factory Yamaha‰Ûªs Justin Barcia.
Tomac looked like he was going to make it back to back main event wins when he grabbed the holeshot in the final race, but Anderson had other ideas, final getting a start himself, closing in on Tomac before making a decisive pass and running away for the final race win of the night.
Points leader for the night leading into the final race, Cole Seely got off to a shocker of a start and had his work cut out to take his second ever overall 450 Supercross round win.
At the line Tomac finished the last race in second spot, which was enough for the round win, while Seely worked his way to 7th, which was enough for him to finish second for the night, one point ahead of Anderson.
Justin Brayton finished the round in fourth with JGR Suzuki‰Ûªs Weston Peick continued his great start to the season in 5th
Aussie Chad Reed managed a 12th in the first race to finish the night 14th overall.
In the championship standings, Jason Anderson increased his point‰Ûªs lead to 11 points over Cole Seely who moved into second position on the back of tonight‰Ûªs performance.
Justin Barcia sits one point further back in third.