Sawyer Gieck has shown up with some impressive performances in a couple of the different 51cc Dirty 100 categories, recording impressive results at both Spring A Ding Ding and the Baja Brawl. The young rider out of Wyoming began his Dirty 100 campaign on the Underground MX track at Spring A Ding Ding, scoring top ten overall results in both of the 51cc classes that he contested. Gieck’s best moto finish came in the form of a 7th place which he replicated in both the 51cc Open and 51cc (7-8) Limited classes, therefore earning him a solid Dirty 100 points haul in both categories. The Cobra rider went onto the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Motocross Championship and aimed to keep up the solid form straight from the first gate drop, but a bit of misfortune caused him to DNF. He battled back to an 11th place finish in the second moto and showcased the speed that he was capable of producing, salvaging a total of 20 points in the Dirty 100 rankings at the end of the week. Gieck was able to build on that very momentum heading into the Baja Brawl as he came out swinging in Michigan, winning the very first moto that he contested. The Wyoming native finished the majority of the races that he entered within the top five and he ended up finishing both 51cc classes inside of the top five, placing himself firmly in 2nd place overall in the 51cc Open Dirty 100 rankings. Additionally, Gieck managed to achieve an impressive top ten position in the 51cc (7-8) Limited Dirty 100 standings with only a couple of points separating him from the top five. The Cobra rider has put himself in good positions in both Dirty 100 classifications heading into The Motoplayground Race at Ponca City and he’ll be looking to come away with continued strong results when racing gets underway in October.