Jett Lawrence brought home his fourth consecutive overall win at the High Point National in the Pro Motocross series. Also, undefeated, is Jett’s brother Hunter who is racing in the 250 class.
In the first 450 moto of the day, Jett Lawrence was out front with the holeshot. Jett held a comfortable lead for most of the moto until Ken Roczen began applying the pressure. Jett went down off the bike in a downhill section. He quickly remounted after Roczen and Garrett Marchbanks got by. Jett went to work, moving into second and getting and into a fierce battle with Roczen. At some point Jett got by Roczen. As Roczen tried to fight back for the lead, he went down, losing multiple positions. Jett won the moto. In the second moto, Roczen had an early lead after getting the holeshot. Behind Roczen, several riders including Jett were battling for position. By the end of the moto, Jett was on the move surging past Roczen for the lead, the win and soon the overall.
In the opening moto of the 250 class, RJ Hampshire was out front with the holeshot. One-by-one, Hunter Lawrence began picking off riding to get to the lead. Hampshire crashed allowing Haiden Deegan to get by. Both continued to battle to the end with Hampshire claiming the victory. Hunter finished the moto in third. In moto two, Levi Kitchen was the rider with the holeshot. Chance Hymas soon sprinted to the front. Hymas would lead for several laps until Hunter made a pass for the lead and never looked back winning the moto and overall.
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