JACK CHAMBERS - 2 STROKE OPEN ,250 PROSPORT
After competing in the B class at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship just one month ago, Jack Chambers decided to make his A class debut at the 2020 Baja Brawl. The Rides Unlimited BTO Sports Racing backed rider dominated the podium throughout the entirety of the Labor Day Weekend event, demonstrating supreme consistency as he finished every single moto in the top three. Chambers contested 250 A, 2-Stroke Open, 250 Pro Sport, and Open Pro Sport at the Brawl this year and he emerged as one of the front-runners every time he lined up on the gate. The Floridian’s speed has continually developed on the big bike since Loretta’s and his comfort level in the sand was incredibly obvious at Baja Acres. Chambers came away with a 3rd place in the 250 A class, compiling 3-3-2 moto scores on his way to the overall podium finish. In the 2-Stroke Open division, the Rides Unlimited BTO Sports Racing rider started off with a 3rd place in the first moto before stepping it up to take the win in the second moto, amounting to 2nd place overall. Chambers also claimed 2nd place overall in the Open Pro Sport class, charging forward to a pair of 3rd place moto finishes after starting outside of the top five in both motos. In the 250 Pro Sport class, the rider out of Florida ended up coming away with the first number one plate of his A class campaign, going 3-2 for the overall win with the fastest lap of the race in the second moto.