Myles Gilmore is looking strong so far this season in the Dirty 100 rankings, backing up his 8th place overall finish in the heavily competitive Mini Sr. division in 2019. The Australian rider has teamed up with the EBR Performance Yamaha squad in the 125cc and Schoolboy (12-17) B/C classes this season and it was clear from the get-go that the partnership would be beneficial for both parties. Gilmore has been a consistent presence near the front of the pack at all of the major races in 2020, despite traveling back home to Australia in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Miraculously, he arrived in Florida on a return flight just before the last weekend of Loretta Lynn Regionals and qualified to race at the Ranch, continuing to perform at a high level when the gate dropped in Hurricane Mills. The rider out of Millsaps Training Facility has an incredibly comfortable lead in the 125cc (12-17) B/C Dirty 100 category, putting together 6-9-7-2 overall scores throughout the season on his way to the top of the points table. In the Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C class, Gilmore is also in the thick of the championship chase as he currently sits in 2nd position, tied on 119 total points with Brock Walker. Gage Stine is 14 markers ahead of them in 1st place, but he’s decided to compete full time in the B class starting at the Baja Brawl, leaving the top spot in the Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C category up for grabs. Gilmore pretty much has the 125cc (12-17) B/C title wrapped up, but he’s going to have to finish ahead of Walker and leave everything on the track at The Motoplayground Race in Ponca City if he wants the Schoolboy 1 title.