Kyleigh Stallings has had multiple strong performances in the Girls (11-16) classes throughout the 2020 racing season, establishing herself as one of the front runners in the Dirty 100 rankings. The Husqvarna rider got her season off to a perfect start at Spring A Ding Ding at the beginning of March with a pair of moto wins, immediately taking the lead of the Girls (11-16) Dirty 100 classification. Stallings was on fire at Underground MX as she demonstrated some seriously impressive speed, proving that her hard work at Reynard Training Complex has been paying dividends. She was able to stay sharp throughout the hiatus from racing as she showcased the same speed when things finally resumed at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship, finishing on the overall podium at the end of the week. Stallings ended up finishing in 2nd position in two out of three motos, bouncing back from a slight mistake in moto two to salvage a 3rd place overall finish. The Texan proved herself as one of the top competitors in the Girls (11-16) class yet again throughout the 2020 season, accumulating a total of 92 points in the Dirty 100 standings between the two races that she contested. She’s tied at the top of the rankings heading into The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City where she’ll be looking to build off of the three moto wins that she captured in Oklahoma last year. Stallings will be confident heading to Ponca City for the final round of the Dirty 100 season as she’s had plenty of success there in the past and she spends a lot of time training at Reynard’s in similar conditions.