Christopher Harris was one of the standout performers at the 2020 Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship in the 65cc (7-9) classes just one month ago, finishing a total of four motos on the podium. He demonstrated some fantastic starting technique and led some laps down at the Ranch, establishing himself as one of the main contenders in the (7-9) age group. It was no different at the Baja Brawl as the Tapt House backed rider at the Baja Brawl as he consistently put himself up front in the 65cc (7-9) classes, additionally mixing it up in the 85cc (9-11) class as well. Despite a 28th place finish in the second moto, Harris did well to finish inside of the top ten in his Heat as well as the third and final moto, gaining some invaluable experience against older competition. Regardless, he was all business in the 65cc classes as he won five out of the six motos that he contested throughout the weekend. In the 65cc (7-9) Limited class, the Cobra rider won the first two motos and put himself right in the championship hunt, but he came up just short with a 2nd place finish in the third moto. Nonetheless, Harris didn’t leave anything up to chance in the 65cc (7-9) class as he won all three of his races in fairly commanding fashion, claiming the fastest lap of the race on all three occasions to complement his 1-1-1 moto scores.