Noah Stevens was one of the strongest performers in any of the classifications or age groups at the 2020 Baja Brawl, consistently standing out as one of the top competitors in the 125 B/C and Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C divisions. In addition to his success in those 125cc categories, the North Carolina native also snagged a solid top five overall finish in the 2-Stroke Open category. Between the other two classes, Stevens finished all six motos on the podium and won the majority of the races that he contested. The KTM rider started things off in the 125 B/C class with a moto win following an intense battle with Myles Gilmore and Brock Walker, making the pass for the lead on an intense final lap. In the second moto, he was able to stay consistent by finishing solidly in 3rd position, keeping him right in the hunt for the championship heading into the final moto. Stevens did exactly what he needed to do in the third and final moto as he led every lap from the gate drop to the checkered flag, setting an impressive pace from the very first lap onwards. The KTM rider was stoked to win the title with 1-3-1 finishes, but his success didn’t end there. The rider out of North Carolina was equally as impressive in the Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C class, charging forward from 3rd to 2nd place in the opening moto. In the second and third motos, Stevens got the job done as he came away with a pair of victories, additionally recording the fastest lap of the race in the third and final moto. It ended up being a nearly perfect Labor Day Weekend for the KTM rider as he came away with a total of two number one plates, building his confidence as the end of the 2020 season approaches.