Jett Lawrence has won overall at every single Pro Motocross round this season with nobody able to catch him in the points championship. Jett had well over 100 points ahead of Dylan Ferrandis. Jett was crowned champion in his first season on the CRF Honda 450. Jett locked up the championship two rounds early New York at Unadilla.
“This is unreal. I never even dreamed of this because we never thought it was possible to be in this position and be where we are today. Even with the undefeated season, it’s unbelievable,” said Jett
Jett’s perfect season continues even though he already has the crown. Jett grabbed the holeshot in the first 450 moto. Jett controlled the moto with Chase Sexton in tow. The battle continued to ensue even with lap traffic towards the end of the moto. Unfortunately, Sexton crashed allowing Ferrandis to get around for the second position. It however was not enough to catch Jett who won the moto. In the second moto, Jett was back out front. Jett continued to expand his lead with every lap. Sexton was back to put pressure on Jett without much success. Jett once again went wire to wire for the win and another overall.
In the 250 class, Levi Kitchen was out front in the first moto. Seth Hammaker and Kitchen battled, swapping lead positions. Hunter Lawrence was on a mission to get to the front, battling with Kitchen. Kitchen held on for the moto win. In the second moto, the race was restarted after a red flag for a downed rider. Ryder DiFrancesco snagged his first holeshot of the season. Justin Cooper quickly made a pass for the lead. Cooper stayed out front keeping the rest of the filed at bay for his third win of the season. Unfortunately, it was not enough to grab the overall win which went to Hunter who finished the day 2-2. Hunter sits twenty-two points ahead of Justin Cooper.
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