Lance Gerard has firmly placed himself at the top of the 250 C and 250 C Limited classes in the 2020 Dirty 100 rankings, continually challenging for top five and podium positions throughout the season. The Ohioan’s season started down at Spring A Ding Ding with a couple of overall podium finishes at Underground MX, one in the 250 C Limited class and one in the 125 C class. Despite a problem in the second moto of the 250 C class, Gerard still did enough to earn 30 points in the Dirty 100 rankings, keeping him in the championship running. The Yamaha rider elected to compete in both the 250 C and 250 C Limited classes at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship, earning his two best finishes in the first two motos of the week. He encountered a bit of adversity throughout the week but he was still able to earn 26 points in the 250 C class and 21 points in the 250 C Limited class as he steadily climbed his way through the ranks. Gerard picked up the pace a little bit as he showed up for the Baja Brawl over Labor Day Weekend, fitting back into the top five and top ten overall. He finished three out of six motos that he contested in the 250 C and 250 C Limited classes inside of the top five and maintained fairly consistent results over the course of the weekend, advancing to 3rd place in both of the Dirty 100 points tables. Gerard is 51 points behind the leader in 250 C and 49 points back in 250 C Limited, but the battle for the rostrum behind him remains close. The Yamaha rider is going to have to be on his A-game at The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City if he’s aiming to hold his standing on the podium, so he’ll be prepared to leave it all on the track in Oklahoma.