Schoolboy- Chase Sexton
The boy from La Moille really isn’t anything to mess with…Chase Sexton is one bad dude. Now a member of the elite Amsoil Honda crew, Sexton is on the fast track to success and is going to blitz it to the top. Following championships in Texas at both Freestone and Oak Hill in the 250 B class as well as a slew of impressive Schoolboy finishes Chase landed himself a secure spot on the gate at Loretta’s. When push came to shove at the Ranch, Sexton wrestled his way into second place overall in 250 B leaving Tennessee one spot shy of the national championship. Sexton’s debut ride aboard the red machine was recently at the Monster Energy Cup and he seemed to be right at home, pushing Austin Forkner’s comfort zone at times before settling into second place overall in the Amateur All-Stars class in front of eyes across the world.
85cc- Jalek Swoll
It’s almost hard to believe Florida’s Jalek Swoll didn’t top the Dirty 100…if it weren’t for such deep pools of talent that might have been the case. Regardless, Swoll cleaned house in the 85 and Mini Sr. ranks in 2015. Swoll’s pair of wins at the Mini Olympics in Supercross set the tone for what would follow to be a year full of big highlights for the elite Seven amateur athlete. The Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross went just the same for Jalek. Wrapping up big wins in the Mini Sr. 1 (12-13) and Mini Sr. 2 (12-14) classes, Jalek has been absolutely blazing aboard his Husqvarna’s. A big first place overall at the bosses race down in Freestone certainly didn’t hurt to add to his resume, leaving Texas with another Mini Sr. 2 title to his name and a bit more momentum when he gets the ball rolling in 2016.
65cc- Chase Prince
Petersburg, Tennessee’s Chase Prince has been busting through the Dirty 100 ranks as he climbs his way through the talented 65 and 85 ranks. Prince proved with a top five last year at Mini O’s that he could get in the mix. A breakthrough performance at the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross with a third place overall in the 65 (7-11) Open class put him on the map for real and Prince is now ready to claim his throne! Leaving Loretta Lynn’s with a podium in the 65 (10-11) Limited class and a strong fifth place overall in the (7-11) division, Chase put in his very best effort along the way in his home state. Prince has been busy racking up more wins in the Big Show Series lately, honing his skills for whatever comes his way in 2016!
250/450- Lorenzo Locurcio
Lorenzo Locurcio has had quite a year in 2015. From Loretta Lynn’s to the MX des Nations, Locurcio has seen and ridden it all. Earning a long list of highly commendable results aboard his Yamaha’s this year has him sitting in a very nice position for the upcoming season. Lorenzo raced a lot of places this year, traveling and experiencing different terrains across America and different types of riders. His best results were two huge wins at Mini O’s and the California Classic in two separate classes. After taking the Mini O’s in the B class…it was time to step up with the big boys in California and Lorenzo shined bright winning the Open Pro Sport division. Locurcio wasn’t done yet however, as he pushed his way onto the extremely stacked 250 A podium at the Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Nationals as well as a respectable fourth overall in the 450 A class capping off yet another amazing year in his motocross career.
Two-Stroke- Derek Drake
Derek Drake is a freak on his KTM machines. Drake finalized and put the finishing touches on a great Supermini career this year and the big bike horizon is shining brightly for the young #33. Drake won at races all across the country ranging from Oak Hill, Mammoth Mountain Motocross, to the Dodge amateur national where he took a pair of wins in the Schoolboy 1 (12-15) and 125 B divisions. Drakes dominance and raw ability on the bike shines at all times and once he’s got a bit more seat time on the big bikes he will be ripping his way to more and more wins on the same regular basis he and his bike are used to.
Supermini- Justin Rodbell
Prince Frederick, Maryland’s Justin Rodbell made waves in the Supermini division during the 2015 race season. Rodbell knocked out several top ten performances at Mini O’s almost breaking onto the podium in Supermini 1 (12-15) during Supercross. After a very impressive Loretta’s qualifying effort, Justin made it count pulling into third place overall in Supermini 2 (13-16) as well as a fourth in Supermini 1 (12-15) moving himself up the Dirty 100 as well as in the mini bike ranks!
250/ 450- Jordan Bailey
Jordan Bailey’s season aboard the Kawasaki KX250f has been a pretty good run so far. Bailey was on the gas during his last trip to Mammoth Mountain sealing fifth place finishes in 250 B and in 250 B/C Open before making the journey back east to race Loretta Lynn’s. Bailey was on the gas in Tennessee nearly scoring a podium with fourth overall in 250 B! Bailey has been an elite amateur rider for some time now and after recent performances down in Florida in the Gold Cup Series he’s sure to keep beating down doors in the seasons to come.
Two Stroke- Harrison West
Lebanon, Tennessee’s Harrison West is on a roll right now and won’t be easily stopped. Fighting for his pro card so that he can participate in his lifelong dream of competing in the AMA Pro Outdoor Motocross Nationals, West is willing to do whatever it takes to make it to the next level. After putting in several great years in a row at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch including clicking off top fifteen overall results, it’s nice to see some of the hard work paying off. Racking up wins and strong finishes at Pro-Am’s nationwide, West has clicked it into gear and he is reaping the benefits for all of the hard working seed that he has sewn. Expect Harrison to continue to kick the door down every chance he gets as he battles his way to the top of the amateur scene and straight into the pro ranks.
85cc- Lance Kobusch
Lance Kobusch has experienced a great deal of success so far in his career and 2015 was no different. The personality filled shredder is taking over the 85 scene…step it up boys! The Monster Energy Kawasaki backed #99 machine got to work with a big Supermini 12-16 win in Daytona at the Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross. A third place overall in the 85 (12-14) class at Freestone kept the ball rolling and eventually turned into two more titles later in the week stealing first place overall in the 85 (9-13) and Mini Sr. 1 (12-13) divisions. Kobusch was impressive at the Ranch as well, ripping his way to second place overall in Supermini 1 (12-15). Lance decided the win streak shouldn’t end yet, so he made his way out to the Baja Brawl picking up two more huge Supermini 1 and 2 championships. As if that wasn’t enough he stole a championship in the Grass Roots MX Championship and followed it up with a huge win on television at the Monster Energy Cup…yet another clean sweep. Lance…keep killing it!
Women- Brooke Whipple
Brooke Whipple is on the move this year, laying down some of the fastest lap times out of the rest of her fellow WMX cohorts at various events this year. Brooke started 2015 with a big podium finish at the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross event. Brooke’s third place overall in the Women Amateur (12+) was great momentum for what was to come in the future. Most recently, Brooke took the lucky #13 machine to the AMP Pro-Am Dodge California Championship where she worked the competition earning herself an AMA #1 plate for her efforts in the Women’s 14 plus division.
250/450- Sean Cantrell
Sean Cantrell and the Lucas Oil TLD KTM team are creating a lot of buzz in the amateur pits. The #37 pilot is flying through the ranks and continuing his old winning ways once again. Proceeded by a second place overall finish at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship and several championships at Oak Hill, Cantrell stuck it to the intermediate ranks at the California Classic winning every 250 B class known to man…the 250 B Limited, 250 B Modified, and 250 B/C classes. Sean wrapped the year up with top ten finishes at Loretta Lynn’s and at the Monster Energy Cup continuing on the trek to the top of the amateur race scene.
Women- Kaitlyn Morrow
Kaitlyn Morrow has been ripping it up in the Gold Cup Series in preparation for the Mini O’s sliding into first place overall in the Women (14+) class recently. After a big second place finish at the WMX portion of the RCSX in Daytona, Morrow came out to Loretta Lynn’s and put in her best championship fighting effort. Morrow showed amazing speed throughout the week and was in contention several times to make big moves happen. As 2016 approaches, Kaitlyn is ready to finally steal the show, something she has been so close to doing for so long now.
Supermini- Austin Black
Following impressive performances down south in Texas, Austin Black made his way out west for the California Classic. Stepping up to bat in the Supermini 1 (12-15) class, Black earned a cool third place overall. Austin continued to shine throughout the season, pulling it together at Mammoth once again taking second in the Supermini Allstars-16 and logging a slew of other strong rides on the mountain during the week. Fast forward to Loretta Lynn’s National Championships, Austin greased the Supermini 2 (13-16) ranks nearly winning the thing stealing second place overall at the prestigious event adding himself to a long list of Loretta Lynn podium legends. Black put in one of the best rides of his life at the Monster Energy Cup as well, blitzing the Sam Boyd Stadium track in front of a packed house finally finishing up in seventh for the night. Austin Black…remember the name!
65cc- Ryder Difrancesco
Truly a leader in the movement of the youth motocross culture, Ryder Difrancesco is changing the game. With an awesome deal currently in action with KHI and now Jimmy John’s jumping on board, Difrancesco is changing the way the game works. One of the youngest riders currently getting the most out of the industry, Ryder is not only wicked fast yet extremely personable and marketable! Ryder stole the show down in Texas ripping out a 65 (7-9) Limited title at Freestone. The Cali boy made the home state proud baking the competition at the California Classic in the 65 (7-9) Limited and Modified classes stealing two more titles. Ryder pushed it at Loretta’s once again, gripping and ripping his way to the top spot in the 65 (7-9) Limited class and shredding the podium floor up in the process. Expect Difrancesco to cash in big in the future…innovators such as himself refuse to take no for an answer.
250/450- Joey Crown
Metamora, Michigan’s Joey Crown has been flying on his Dunlop treaded Kawasaki machines. Crown’s top five consistency has helped maintain his momentum making him capable of striking for wins at any time. Claiming a hard earned fifth overall at the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross in the 250 B class was just the success needed to propel Joey to the front of the class. At the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship Crown was crowned the 250 B Limited victor. Always a racer to step up to the gate when it counts, Crown slaughtered the Loretta Lynn’s track en route to earning himself a coveted number one plate at the biggest showcase in the amateur motocross industry marking himself in the history books as the 2015 Loretta Lynn 250 B Limited champion
Two-Stroke- Sam Redman
Tennessee local Sam Redman made the home state proud at Loretta Lynn’s Dude Ranch in 2015. Sam Redman battled his heart out in the Hurricane Mills heat gripping his way to a tough fought second place overall finish in the 2-stroke 16+ division. Redman took home another top ten in the College (16-24) class with sixth overall capping off a solid year and nice building block for the Redman crew.
Women- Hannah Hodges
Hannah Hodges is a rare breed… She attacks the track unlike many of her competitors, racing the edges and pushing the limits of both her Supermini machines and the track. Training avidly at MTF and racing aboard top notch Monster Energy Kawasaki equipment, Hannah Hodges has quite a future ahead of her. With moves to the big bike in the near future, things are about to get a little bit more interesting in the Women’s ranks. Hannah regularly competed with (and beat) her fellow racers with a power disadvantage so once the gloves come off and it’s a fair fight expect even bigger things out of Miss Hodges. Hannah’s amazing performance at the Monster Energy Cup aboard her Supermini certainly would be a good one to leave off on…so here’s to Hannah and what’s to come of her opportunity and win filled future…CHEERS!
65cc- Matthew Leblanc
Leblanc…Matthew Leblanc! Chances are you’ve heard this name chanted at a 65 podium near you. Leblanc was extremely impressive during the 2015 season heating things up with wins at last years Mini O’s in both Supercross and motocross in the 65 (7-9) Limited divisions proving his versatility early on to potential sponsors. Matt kept spinning for wins, grabbing one as he made his way through Florida at the RCSX at Daytona. Leblanc’s win in the 65 (7-11) Open class against such a broad range of riders showed again he is and will remain a threat in his respective classes this year as he continues to move through the amateur ranks. As if his long list of wins in 2015 so far wasn’t long enough, he also took home some serious hardware at Loretta Lynn’s stealing himself another 65 (7-11) title only this time at the big dance in Tennessee!
250/450- Tristan Charboneau
Charbz kills it on the track, so it’s no surprise he made his way into this showcase. One of the most stylish and fluent riders on the track, Tristan lays it down! Charboneau experienced a great 2015 season aboard his Honda’s and the future looks brighter than fresh Honda red plastic. Leaving the season with a championship at the Mini O’s last year in the 250 A class as well as another big title at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship in the 450 A division, Tristan looked amazing at Loretta’s as well landing in the fourth overall spot when all was said and done. Tristan’s indoor skills are also on point as proven in the Arenacross series and at the Monster Energy Cup blasting out of Sam Boyd Stadium with fifth overall in Vegas so expect big things regardless of where he lines up!
Schoolboy- Brock Papi
Brock Papi broke off to a great start of the year with a Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C championship at the Millcreek Spring Classic. A podium in Freestone, Texas in the Schoolboy 1 class kept him pushing forward to his next big win of the season in California. The California Classic went great for Papi, locking down third overall in Schoolboy and winning the FMF 2 Stroke Challenge against some blazing fast competitors. Brock pushed it to the limit at once more this time at the Loretta Lynn’s Dude Ranch. Papi’s third place overall finish in the Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C class sealed the deal on an already official year in the Schoolboy ranks.
85cc- Joshua Varize
Joshua Varize is from Perris, California and if you aren’t familiar, consider this your introduction. Backed by Arma, Varize is steadily creeping his way to the top of the 85 and Supermini class. His best result of the year a second place overall finish in the 85 (12-14) Limited class at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship, Varize has made great strides over the past few seasons. Most recently, Varize took his talents to the big show at the Monster Energy Cup where he battled it out with the other Supermini greats and landed himself third place overall.
Women- Jamie Astudillo
Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania’s Jamie Astudillo shook up the Dirty 100 on more than one occasion as she pushed her way into the upper echelon of the Girls Sr. division. Jamie saw great success at Oak Hill, leaving with first overall in the Girls Sr. (12-16) class and second in the Women (14+) classes at the GNC International Motocross Final at Oak Hill. Astudillo shined at Loretta’s as well this year, duking it out with a gate full of eager girls eventually landing herself in the third place overall spot inside of the tough Girls Sr. (12-16) class.
250/450- Austin Forkner
If your name is Austin Forkner…there isn’t much you haven’t won at least once. The newest recruit to Mitch’s Pro Circuit team effort, Forkner is busy putting the finishing touches on a premier amateur career. Among the best amateurs in the business, Austin Forkner and the #214 machine never fail to shine. Winning 250 B championships at Mini O’s, the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross, James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship, Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross, and Loretta Lynn’s all in one year was not easy by any means…but if you ask Austin, he should’ve had a few more in there some how. When you check out his already noted track record, plus another Loretta’s title and a pair of Pro championships he’s added from the Baja Brawl it’s obvious that Austin Forkner is making boss moves. The Greatest Under Major Pressure…that’s the Farmboy! Did we mention he won the Monster Energy Cup…again?
Two-Stroke- Jamison Duclos
Jamison Duclos has been flying this year and making even more of a name for himself. Duclos got the gears grinding with a second place overall start to the year in the 2 Stroke B/C (16+) class at Oak Hill. After negotiating the Loretta’s qualifying process just fine, it was time to take on the Ranch. Jamison finished things up with a solid eighth place overall in Tennessee and headed to Michigan determined to tip the scale and that he did. When the checkers flew at the Baja Brawl, it was none other than Jamison Duclos taking the stiff win in the Two Stroke B/C (16+) class in the tough, rough Baja trenches.
Women- Mackenzie Tricker
Mackenzie Tricker has accomplished a great list of things in an astoundingly short time. Spending heaps of effort and energy with JP$ has boosted her to new heights the past fews seasons. Tricker has won it all while in the states, from WMX events to hare scrambles…the girl shreds on all platforms. Yamaha has something special in Mackenzie and her results are a direct reflection. At the 2015 edition of the Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Nationals, Mackenzie handled business once again locking down the national championship in the Women (16+) All-Star class and loading up the jet with tons of goodies to carry back home and hang on the walls.
50cc- Casey Cochran
Cobra’s Casey Cochran hissed and slithered his way past the competition in 2015. Cochran has been on rails, pushing his Cobra 50 to the limit and earning some solid results along the way. Getting an early start to his future Supercross career, Casey whipped his way around the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross track earning second place finishes in the 51 (7-8) Limited class as well as the 51 (4-8) Open classes. Casey came out swinging in Texas, stealing the (7-8) Limited win this time at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship. Cochran took a few other big wins this year along the way too, like a Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National Championship as well as first place overall at the Monster Energy Cup in the KTM Junior SX Challenge. Cochran is on the move…beware folks!
250/450- Brandon Hartranft
Brandon Hartranft reps his city…Brick, New Jersey’s own is going hard on the competition and isn’t showing signs of letting up any time soon. Hartranft has been a threat for a while, however now days if you see or hear the #40 coming…watch out! Brandon refused to lose most of the year, locking down wins or podiums at nearly every major event he attended throughout the 2015 season. Obviously in tune with his Yamaha machines, Hartranft has been at it day in and day out making sure that he leaves South of the Border ready for war every single weekend. Brandon’s dominant win at the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross in the College 16-24 Division was just what Hartranft needed to fire up one of his most solid seasons yet. Brandon continued to lead the way in College 16-24 and the 450 B Limited classes, ripping off two wins in his respective classes at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship. Brandon proved the rest of the year was no fluke, performing huge at the big dance. In front of the entire industry, Brandon navigated his way to the 450 B Limited national title. Brandon’s efforts this season also earned him an invite to compete at the Monster Energy Cup and he appears to have the super cross thing down…watch out at Mini O’s!
Schoolboy- Ramyller Alves
Ramyller Alves and the #222 have been causing a stir for years now. Alves gets dirty on his Yamaha’s, not afraid to hang off the bike and drag a peg or handlebar along the way. Ramyller burst into the top five at Mini O’s in the Schoolboy 1 Limited B/C class labeling himself a contender right away. Another fifth at the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross in the Schoolboy 2 (14-16) class kept the streak of momentum going and at Freestone Rammy finally broke onto the podium stealing third place overall in the 450 B class against some fast company. After a strong qualifying effort, Ramyller wrapped up a banging season with fourth overall at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in the Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C class.
Women- Kylie Fasnacht
Kylie Fasnacht made Florida proud in 2015. Fasnacht earned herself the title of fastest woman in her side of the industry with her recent national title. Kylie’s efforts on and off the tracks are extreme, going for the gusto each and every day. Taking wins in the WMX and the Arenacross series is no small order, something Kylie checked off of the bucket list this season. Also placing second overall at the Mini Olympics and the California Classic, it’s obvious why Fasnacht is helping lead the way for the ladies right now…keep pushing limits Kylie!
85cc- Pierce Brown
Making the transition from 85’s to big bikes full time is Pierce Brown. Brown and his KTM’s have been on the go all year long adding wins to his meticulous resume. Brown’s been winning these things for a while, so it was no surprise when he got things started last season with big wins in the 85 (9-11) classes at Mini O’s. In an effort to prove he means business, Pierce busted through the competition at Freestone earning himself a chance to mingle with the champ James Stewart and a title in the 85 (12-14) Limited class. Pierce recently capped off a very impressive Supermini career at Loretta’s and the Monster Energy Cup. Down in Tennessee, Pierce made the trip out east worth it locking down his final Mini championship with the Mini Sr. 2 (12-14) class now on his list of achievements as well. Now that he is on the bigger bike full time, expect even bigger leaps out of the #63 machine soon!
250/450- Michael Mosiman
Sebastopol, California’s Michael Mosiman shreds. In 2015, Michael wore the competition out aboard his KTM machines in the B classes. Mosiman’s attack began back in November of 2014 where he burst onto the 250 B scene with second place overall. Michael again put together a string of strong finishes at the California Classic. Michael finished with the fastest racers in many classes throughout the week, labeling himself a threat in multiple areas. A first place overall in the Schoolboy 2 (14-16) class, second in 250 B Mod, and third in 250 B Limited at the Classic were more than enough to prove he has “it”! Mosiman wasn’t finished impressing the nation and his native Californian’s yet, blasting into Mammoth Mountain and out with a heated win in the 250 Modified class up in the clouds. Michael “Podium” Mosiman laid it down once more in the sweltering Tennessee heat locking down second and third place finishes in 250 B Limited and Modified. Opting out of the Monster Energy Cup, Mosiman has been working hard and has some very big news right around the bend. If things work out in his favor, expect his biggest push for amateur supremacy yet in 2016 and beyond!
Two-Stroke- Michael Hartensveld
Keeping the North Eastern 2 Stroke tradition alive, Michael Hartensveld gripped and ripped his way to quite a few nice finishes along the 2015 race season. Competing in a few GNCC races as well, Michael is very well rounded and one of the more versatile riders on the track. Hartensveld’s third place overall finish at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship in the Two-Stroke B/C (16+) class serves as the first notice that in 2016 he will be a force to be reckoned with, especially when aboard his two-stroke!
Supermini- Conner Mullenix
Conner Mullennix aka THE MAN! Conner shreds and oozes style…on and off the track. Mullennix and his FMF powered KTM’s have been making statements for a moment and 2015 followed the trend. Conner railed his way around the track at the California Classic securing second place in Supermini 1 (12-15) and a big first place overall in the stacked Supermini 2 (13-16) class. Conner made it into Loretta’s with ease and performed like a finely tuned machine in the stressful Tennessee conditions securing third overall in Supermini 1 (12-15) in front of all of the right people. With just a bit more tuning 2016 could belong to Conner and the #88 machine.
65cc- Nicholas Romano
Bayside, New York based Nicholas Romano shut down any neigh sayers this year sticking himself in podium contention regularly at every event he attended. Podium and top five results at Mini O’s brought about the confidence needed to continue to push it the rest of the season, leading to a second place finish in Texas at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship in 65 (7-9) Limited. Romano brought the heat again in that class at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, facing the grueling temperatures and landing in third place overall for the week. Romano has been killing it in the Mainline Series of District 6 grabbing himself a few big wins recently there and most recently at the Kawasaki Race of Champions!
250/450- Cole Barbieri
Ukiah, California created something hard to handle when it churned out Cole Barbieri. Barbieri the Blu Cru ripper currently sits in third in the Dirty 100 Big Bike division. Barbieri’s efforts in 2015 were top notch, earning a multitude of wins along the way. An ace on the 450 machine, Barbieri warmed up by snagging a cool win in 450 B down in Texas at the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship. Next came another blow out win at the California Classic against some of the best in the west. The California kid kept it up as the industry made the climb to Mammoth Mountain for the week. Wheeling his Yamaha 450 to the podium on multiple occasions through his time in Mammy, Cole’s results earned him wins in both the Open B and 450 B classes, proving he was there to handle business in the intermediate ranks. As the summer reached peak heats, Cole sweated it out once more in Tennessee making Yamaha and the rest of his supporters happy leaving the historic Loretta Lynn Ranch with two third place overall finishes in his respective classes landing himself in third once again, this time on the Dirty 100 250/450 charts!
Women- Jordan Jarvis
Jordan Jarvis of Clayton, North Carolina powered her way around the nation in 2015. JJ banged bars with the best ladies around and landed herself some pretty nice finishes along the way. At the Ricky Carmichael designed Daytona Amateur Supercross Jordan pushed herself to second place overall in the Girls (9-13) and Women Amateur (12+) classes. Another second at the Loretta Lynn’s National Championships put the toppings on a great consistent 2015 effort for Jordan Jarvis.
Schoolboy- Jayce Pennington
Following a second place overall finish at the Mini O’s in Supercross, Jayce Pennington knew he had the goods to make a run for Schoolboy supremacy this year and that he did. Pennington shut down every Loretta’s qualifier he attended throughout the spring, coming to the Ranch ready for war. Jayce stole himself a pair of fifth place overall results in both Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C and Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C cashing in on another successful year on the bike. Most recently, Pennington spent a bit of time racing the Florida Gold Cup Series, landing a few more podiums for his lengthy resume and a bit of time on the track before the Winter Olympics.
50cc- Haiden Deegan
In seventy-six official results on his Dirty 100 and Hook it pages, Haiden Deegan has won nearly a third of them. Deegs absolutely rips it and hangs it out…one of the more aggressive of the 50 class riders, Haiden is not one to be pushed around the track. Haiden rode his way to impressive results in the month of March, winning championships at both the Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross as well as the James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship. Haiden continued his 51 (7-8) Limited dominance at the California Classic, cleaning house with another huge first place overall finish. Danger Boy shredded at Mammoth and then secured himself a very impressive fifth overall at Loretta Lynn’s capping off a very nice 2015 season.