2016 turned out to be a pivotal year in Seth Hammaker’s racing carer as the Pennsylvanian really announced himself as the real deal to the motocross industry at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship. Coming off of two top-ten finishes in the Supermini and Mini Sr. classes the year prior, the Kawasaki rider was determined to take the next step and that’s exactly what he did. Hammaker nearly had a perfect week of racing at the Ranch in 2016 as he grabbed 2nd position overall in the Supermini 2 class and 1st place overall in the Supermini 1 division, earning the first Loretta’s title of his career. He got the job done in each and every moto despite the changing conditions throughout the week, going 2-5-2 in the Supermini 2 class and 4-1-2 in the Supermini 1, respectively. Hammaker’s successful results at the Ranch in addition to a strong performance at the Monster Energy Cup later in the year earned him a spot with Team Green Kawasaki and he’s now transitioned into the Pro Circuit squad on the brink of his professional debut.