SETH DENNIS - 85 (9-13), 85 (9-11) LIMITED


After two championships in the 65cc (10-11) classes at the 2020 Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship, Orange Brigade’s Seth Dennis was ready to graduate to the 85cc classes full-time at the Baja Brawl. The Floridian’s confidence was at an all-time high after dominating the competition at the Ranch, helping to create a smoother transition to the 85cc classes as that’s now his main focus. Dennis has been working hard down in Florida with Tyla Rattray to bring his speed and fitness to the next level and it was apparent that all of the hard work has been paying off when the weekend came to a close at the Brawl. The Team Dunlop Elite rider was utterly dominant with five out of six wins throughout the weekend, establishing himself as the top contender in both the 85cc (9-11) Limited and 85cc (9-13) classes. Dennis won his Heat in the (9-13) class and encountered a bit of adversity in moto two after being forced to fight his way through the pack from an 8th place start on lap one. Nonetheless, he got the start in the third moto and rebounded with another impressive performance, doing enough to win the championship with the moto win. In the 85cc (9-11) Limited class, the Orange Brigade KTM rider was practically untouchable as he cruised to a trio of moto victories. Dennis led every single lap and set the fastest lap of the race two out of three times, leaving no doubt that he was deserving of the number one plate when he stood on top of the podium at the end of Labor Day Weekend.