Prior to 2016, Cameron Mcadoo had never even had a top ten overall finish at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship, let alone a podium. The Iowa native joined forces with the Smartop MotoConcepts team and put together an incredible performance at the Ranch in his final year of competition there as an amateur. In the Open Pro Sport class, McAdoo went 2-8-6 and earned a spot inside the top five overall in the form of a 4th place for the first time in his career. He did one better in the 250 A class, going 6-3-2 for 3rd place overall as he demonstrated what he’s capable of before making the transition to the professional ranks. Fast forward to 2020 and McAdoo is primed to return to the Ranch to start the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season with the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team at the first-ever Loretta Lynn Pro National.