It’s no surprise to see Gage Stine having a successful season in the Dirty 100 rankings. The rider out of Callahan MX School won the 125cc category last year by a margin of more than thirty points and had proven speed on his KTM 125 coming into the 2020 season, making him one of the riders to beat every time he lined up on the gate. Stine currently sits on top of the Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C class with 133 points, but even more impressively he’s managed to climb his way to 3rd overall in the Schoolboy 2 (12-17) B/C class, despite racing the majority of the events on his 125. The Maryland native started the season out with a hefty 45 point haul in the Schoolboy 1 class at the Daytona RCSX. He followed it up with a perfect 50 point weekend at Spring A Ding Ding where he went 6-1 for 1st place overall, cementing his place at the top of the championship standings. Stine kept up the solid results with a 5th place overall at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship, putting him 14 points ahead of 2nd position in the standings, but a move up to the B class means that he won’t gain any more points in the Schoolboy 1 category at The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City. It’s likely that he’ll still hold on for a top three overall, but he’s still in the conversation for the top spot in the Schoolboy 2 division. Stine currently sits in 3rd place with a total of 118 points from three races, 19 markers behind Nate Thrasher. Since Thrasher has intentions of moving up to the A class, it appears as though the battle will be between Stine in 3rd place and Chance Hymas in 2nd place as only 8 points separate the two of them.