After finishing in 2nd place in the Girls Dirty 100 class in 2019, Landrey Hazen has put herself back in contention for a Dirty 100 Championship in 2020. The Michigan native started her Dirty 100 campaign at the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship, putting together 5-3-6 moto finishes for 5th overall in the Girls (11-16) class, only one spot shy of her personal best at Loretta’s in the entirety of her racing career. One of the most impressive things about Hazen’s week of racing was her ability to keep her focus forward as she made consistent progress in every single moto, utilizing cunning racecraft to maintain consistent forward momentum. She established her position at the top of the Dirty 100 standings and she was able to maintain that position with a dominant performance at the Baja Brawl, winning all three of her motos in the Girls (11-16) division. The Fly Racing backed rider claimed the fastest lap time in two out of three motos and proved her supreme sand riding skills as she soared to the championship, putting herself on the top step of the podium at the Brawl for the second consecutive season. Following the impressive results that she achieved at Loretta Lynn’s and the Baja Brawl, Hazen sits in 3rd position in the Girls (11-16) Dirty 100 standings, only 4 points behind the top spot heading into The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City.