Levi Leddy has been all over the podium in the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive Limited class this year, finishing inside the top three at every official Dirty 100 event that he’s attended in the 2020 season. The youngster out of Michigan made the trip to Underground MX for Spring A Ding Ding back in March and managed to start the year off with a solid performance, putting together 3-4 moto finishes for 3rd place overall. Leddy earned himself 42 valuable points in the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive Limited Dirty 100 Championship and put himself in a good position heading to the Ranch. Once he arrived at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship, the Moto X Compound backed competitor was all business on the track. He steadily improved throughout the week, scoring 4-3-1 moto finishes on his way to a mightily impressive 2nd place overall result, moving him to the top of the Dirty 100 standings. Leddy returned to his home state of Michigan for the Baja Brawl a couple of weeks ago and had no problem performing at the same high level as he looked incredibly comfortable in the rough conditions. He was fast and consistent all weekend long, earning three consecutive 2nd place finishes while picking up an all-important 45 points in the Shaft Drive Limited Dirty 100 rankings. After the three rounds of action thus far in 2020, Leddy is locked in a dead tie with fellow Fly Racing rider, Anderson Waldele, as they sit evenly on 132 points. The stage is set for what’s surely going to be an exciting finale at The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City as the winner’s going to take all in the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive Limited Dirty 100 Championship.