Evan Ferry has undoubtedly proven himself as a serious contender throughout the 2020 racing season with consistent podium performances in both the Supermini 1 and Supermini 2 classes, building off of an impressive win last year at the Monster Energy Cup. The Floridian showed up at Spring A Ding Ding back in March and held his own against a stacked field of competition, starting his weekend out with an exceptional moto win. He ended up coming away from Underground MX with 2nd place overall in the Supermini 2 class and 4th place overall in the Supermini 1 class, earning 45 points and 40 points in the Dirty 100 rankings. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider was able to keep his confidence and intensity at a high level throughout the multi-month hiatus from racing, allowing him to return immediately to the podium once racing got underway at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship. Ferry was incredibly consistent throughout the six motos that he raced in Hurricane Mills, finishing every single one of them inside of the top five with four additional podium finishes. He was forced to battle through the pack on quite a few occasions throughout the week, providing an opportunity to showcase his racecraft. The Fly Racing backed rider ended up finishing in 2nd place overall in the Supermini 2 class and 3rd place overall in Supermini 1, raking in 45 and 42 points in the Dirty 100 rankings. Ferry made the move up to the 125cc and Schoolboy 1 (12-17) B/C classes after Loretta Lynn’s and he recently made his racing debut on the bigger bike in the Florida Gold Cup series, winning both of his classes. Although he won’t make any more progress in the Supermini Dirty 100 categories, it will be exciting to watch the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider mix it up on the 125 in Ponca City.