Wyatt Duff has established himself as one of the fiercest competitors in the 65cc (7-9) and 65cc (7-9) classes over the course of the 2020 Dirty 100 series. The Kentuckian has competed at all four of the official races this year and has regularly finished near the podium, demonstrating his composure and consistency just as frequently as his speed. The Troy Lee Designs backed rider started things off on the right foot with a 1st place in the 65cc (7-9) class at the Daytona RCSX. He went onto back it up at Spring A Ding Ding with a 5th place overall in both the (7-9) and (7-9) Limited classes, earning his place near the top of the points standings in both categories. Although there was a bit of disparity in his results at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship, Duff’s true potential shone through as he was still able to achieve a solid 8th place overall finish in the 65cc (7-9) class and an 11th in the 65cc (7-9) Limited class. The KTM rider rolled up to the Baja Brawl over Labor Day Weekend determined to keep his place at the top of the 65cc (7-9) Dirty 100 rankings and that’s exactly what he did as he thrashed and bashed his way through the sandy circuit with supreme speed. Duff cruised to a win in his Heat and backed it up with a pair of 3rd place finishes, earning an all-important 45 points. The youngster out of Kentucky currently sits in 1st position in the 65cc (7-9) category (and 3rd in Limited) with a hefty 35 point gap back to Christopher Harris in 2nd position, putting him exactly where he wants to be heading into The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City.