Gavin Towers was a constant presence at the sharp end of the Supermini field over the course of the season, frequently putting himself on the podium at many of the official Dirty 100 events. The Pennsylvanian kicked things off with a strong performance at the Daytona RCSX back in March, putting himself in the win column right away with a convincing victory in the Supermini 1 class. Towers was able to snag 50 points in the Supermini 1 Dirty 100 standings while picking up a solid 40 point haul in the Supermini 2 division, finding some success to get his season underway. The Team Green Kawasaki rider moved onto Spring A Ding Ding just a couple of days later and he managed to demonstrate the same form against some stacked competition. After starting off a little slow with 5th place finishes in both of the first motos, he was able to bounce back in moto two with a 4th place and a 2nd place, salvaging an overall podium in the Supermini 1 class. Towers ended up leaving Underground MX with another 40 point haul in Supermini 2 as well as a hefty 45 points in Supermini 1, maintaining his position at the top of the standings. The Team Dunlop Elite rider showcased some outstanding consistency against the best in the country at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship in August, finishing all six of his motos within the top five. The Scott Motosports backed rider continued in the same pattern that he had demonstrated throughout the season with another 40 points in the Supermini 2 class while landing on the podium in all three Supermini 1 motos. His podium performances were good enough for another 45 points, providing him with a 6 point gap ahead of his teammate, Ryder DiFrancesco. Towers has moved up to the B class and switched his attention to the KX250F following Loretta Lynn’s, so there won’t be any changes in the points standings in his regard. Nonetheless, it’s going to be awesome to watch his first race on the big bike at The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City.