Clayton, North Carolina’s Jordan Jarvis absolutely rips. The #30 Yamaha pilot was working hard to top the Girls and Women’s ranks and almost did both! JJ cracked out a huge Main event win during Supercross in the Girls (12-16) class action. Jarvis topped the fastest girls in the nation and logged a slew of impressive results along the way. Jordan grabbed four more podium results even pushing to second overall in the outdoor portion of the week. Jarvis has a very bright future ahead of her and her work ethic is going to make sure of it! Her championship stapled her right at the top of the list of blazing fast girls making their way through the ranks.
MINI O'S SUPERCROSS HIGHLIGHTS
Jordan Jarvis was on the gas and looking very impressive during the Girls (12-16) main event. Jarvis led several times throughout the event, sticking the #30 machine in the lead and attacking back every time her competition thought they had something for her. Fending off several charges by Hannah Hodges, Jarvis pushed hard coming together with Hodges on several occasions but managing to take and keep control of the moto and take the main event win. Jarvis has had some tough luck lately so she reset after heat racing and came out with something to prove, doing just that with the national championship win.
DUNLOP PODIUM INTERVIEWS
Jordan Jarvis- Girls (12-16)
Jordan Jarvis- MOTOPLAYGROUND GALLERY