Anderson Waldele has made a name for himself in the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive Limited class, winning every single moto that he’s raced at official Dirty 100 events except for one DNF at Loretta Lynn’s. After going 1-1 in the first two motos, the Fly Racing backed rider was riding so hard that he broke the rear axle in half on his PW, dropping him out of overall contention. Nonetheless, his dominant speed over the course of the season has kept him within the championship chase in the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive Limited Dirty 100 division as he currently sits tied for 1st position with Levi Leddy on 132 points. Waldele’s 2020 Dirty 100 campaign started back at Spring A Ding Ding where he claimed a perfect 50 point haul as a result of two impressive moto victories, starting things off on a positive note right from the get-go. The Georgia native went onto the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship and he picked up right where he left off, immediately setting the pace from the very first moto. Waldele was the class of the field at the Ranch as he won the first moto by more than forty seconds and the second moto by nearly thirty seconds. In the third and final moto, he was in 1st position yet again at the start of the race, but he wasn’t able to finish due to the broken axle, subsequently dropping him down to 11th place overall. Although he didn’t get the full 50 points that he was likely going to receive, Waldele was still able to pick up an important 32 points which kept him in contention for the title. The rider out of Georgia got back to winning ways at the Baja Brawl a couple of weeks ago, sweeping the Shaft Drive class with another trio of moto wins as he showed his skills in the sands of Millington, Michigan. He definitely has the momentum heading into The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City, but it’s racing and anything can happen. The showdown between himself and Leddy is going to be one to watch when the gate drops in Oklahoma as the winner will go home with the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive Limited Dirty 100 title.