Brayton Kreglow has been one of the standout performers in the 51cc Open and 51cc (7-8) Limited Dirty 100 categories throughout the entirety of the 2020 racing season. The young Floridian started the year off in his home state at the Daytona RCSX, competing in both the 51cc (7-8) Limited and 65cc (7-9) classes at the World Center of Racing. Kreglow got off to a strong start in the smaller classification, claiming a solid 5th place result to open up the 2020 season. One week later, the rider out of Moto X Compound made the trip to Spring A Ding Ding and he demonstrated immense consistency between the four motos that he contested in the 51cc classes. Kreglow finished all of them on the podium and even came out with a win in the first of two 51cc (7-8) Limited races, ending the weekend with a pair of 2nd place overall finishes. The Minton Cycles supported rider established himself as one of the main contenders in the 51cc Dirty 100 rankings heading to the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship, challenging for the top spot in the rankings when the gate dropped in Hurricane Mills. He put some serious speed on display at the Ranch and finished two out of the three 51cc (7-8) Limited motos on the podium, narrowly missing out on a win in a tremendous third moto effort. Kreglow went onto the Baja Brawl about one month later and kept up his podium form in the 51cc classifications, finishing five out of six motos on the podium. The Cobra rider had exceptional speed and would’ve likely captured a pair of overall victories if not for an uncharacteristic 16th place finish in the first moto of the 51cc (7-8) Limited class, dropping him down to 6th overall on the results sheet. In the 51cc Open class, Kreglow put together 3-2-1 moto scores to complete a commanding overall victory, earning a perfect 50 points in the Dirty 100 standings. The Floridian currently holds the top spot in both the 51cc (7-8) Limited and 51cc Open Dirty 100 divisions with a pretty hefty sum of points separating himself from 2nd position heading into The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City, making him the favorite for both championships.