Seth Dennis is just flat-out fast on a dirt bike - it’s as simple as that. The Floridian is a natural talent and he could probably tame just about anything with two wheels, no matter the size. Although the Team Dunlop Elite rider has spent the majority of the 2020 season focusing on the 65cc ranks, Dennis has also split some seat time between the 85cc classes as well. Following the 39th annual Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship this year, Dennis decided to make the transition to the 85cc classes full-time and leave the 65s behind. Despite not touching any of the 65cc classes at the Baja Brawl, the Orange Brigade KTM rider has still managed to maintain 2nd place in the 65cc (10-11) Dirty 100 division as well as 3rd place in the 65cc (7-11) Dirty 100 category. He won both classes at the Daytona RCSX to start the season and backed up his results at Spring A Ding Ding with another title before ending his 65cc campaign in fine style at Loretta Lynn’s with a pair of number one plates. Despite his prioritization of the 65cc classes up until Loretta’s, his 2nd place overall in the 85cc (9-11) Limited class at Spring A Ding Ding combined with the lack of racing this year due to the coronavirus pandemic has put him right in the hunt for the championship. After taking the overall victory in the 85cc (9-11) Limited and 85cc (9-13) Open classes at the Baja Brawl a couple of weeks ago, Dennis has overtaken 1st and 4th position in their respective Dirty 100 rankings. He’s only 10 points off of the podium in the Open class while leading the (9-11) Limited class by 14 markers, making it a likely scenario that he’ll emerge from The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City with a Dirty 100 Championship within his grasp.