Nobody had anything for Jett Lawrence in the mile high at Thunder Valley Motocross Park near Denver. Siblings Jett and Hunter Lawrence continue to dominate in the respective classes at the Pro Motocross series.
In moto 1 of the 450 class, Jett was out front with the holeshot. Jett continued a 4-secon lead over Cooper Webb. By the end of the moto, Jett had put 31 seconds on Webb. In the second moto, Jett had to contend with light rain on the track. That never stopped him as he grabbed another holeshot. Jett had clean air for the entire moto leaving everyone to battle behind him. Aaron Plessinger and Dylan Ferrandis finished in the remaining two spots on the podium.
The 250-class opening moto had a crash that collected several riders. Hunter Lawrence was also involved but managed to stay upright. Haiden Deegan had the lead but that was short lived. Justin Cooper took over. As the clock wound down, Hunter was charging hard. Soon both Cooper and Hunter were battling for the lead. Cooper held on to win the first moto. In the second moto, Justin Cooper was back out front with the holeshot. Both Hunter and Levi Kitchen got around Cooper. Hunter held onto the lead capturing the win giving him enough points for his third consecutive overall win.
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