Landrey Hazen was one of the many Michigan locals competing at the 2020 Baja Brawl, making the short trip from Ohio where she trains during the week at the Kilgore Semics MX School in Lisbon. The Husqvarna rider showed some solid pace throughout the week of racing at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship at the beginning of August, bagging a couple of top five finishes in the Girls (11-16) class. Hazen was aiming to bring that same speed to the home soil of Baja Acres for the Brawl, competing in the Girls (11-16), Supermini 2 (13-16), and Women (12+) classes. She did well to finish all three motos inside of the top ten in the Supermini 2 (13-16) division, claiming 7th place overall at the end of the three moto format. In the Women (12+) class, Hazen finished solidly on the podium in all three motos aboard her Husqvarna TC125. She was able to produce the same level of consistency in the Girls (11-16) class, backing up her championship performance from last year with another clean sweep, winning all three motos in commanding fashion. The Husqvarna rider claimed the fastest lap time in two out of three motos and proved her supreme sand riding skills as she soared to the championship, putting herself on the top step of the podium at the Brawl for the second consecutive season.