Logan Lessar made the trek from Sedalia, Colorado to the sand of Baja Acres in Michigan for the 2020 Brawl, registering to compete in the Supermini 1 (12-15) and Supermini 2 (13-16) classes. The KTM rider did well to finish inside of the top five in nearly all of his moto while he managed a podium finish or win in two-thirds of the races that he contested. In the Supermini 1 (12-15) category, he put himself in championship contention right off the bat with a 2nd place finish in the first moto, but an uncharacteristic 9th place result in the second race heavily hindered his title hopes. Nonetheless, Lessar bounced back in the third moto and took the win, but it was only enough for 2nd place overall as a result of all three motos. In the Supermini 2 (13-16) class, the Colorado native got his worst result out of the way in the first moto with a 5th place finish, steadily improving from one race to the next. The first moto wasn’t a true representation of his potential as he was forced to pick himself up off the ground after a mistake, providing some extra motivation for moto two. Lessar maintained consistent speed and lap times throughout the moto after a solid start, finishing in 3rd position at the checkered flag. In the third and final moto, he was one of the few riders still in the fight for the championship and he rose to the occasion. The KTM rider got out front to an early lead and never looked back, leading every single lap of the moto while recording the fastest lap of the race, clinching the Supermini 2 (13-16) number one plate in the process.