Phoenix Racing Rider Finishes Year Second in Production A Standings

HURRICANE MILLS, Tenn. – Having wrapped the up 450A Championship at the prior round, Phoenix Racing’s Jayden Londerville headed into the final round of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, with hopes of ending on a high note. Held at the legendary Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, Round 10 proved to be difficult for many competitors, including Londerville. A few crashes ended his weekend early, and Londerville had to settle for second place in Production A and fourth in Pro Sport for the 2022 season.

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Pro Sport
Londerville struggled to get out of the gate quickly in Moto 1 and had to pass nearly the entire field of riders. Although he made his way up to second, Londerville was unable to catch the lead rider before the checkers waved.

In Moto 2, Londerville leaped out to a top-five start and quickly picked off the riders ahead of him to settle into third before the end of the first lap. He continued clicking off consistent laps until bad luck struck. Londerville slid going up the face of a jump and his machine kicked sideways. A hard crash was followed by a trip to the medics. His 2-17 results gave him 14th on the weekend.

Production A
Coming into the final round with the points lead, Londerville was under a lot of pressure to collect the points he needed to capture the title. A good start allowed him to blast into the top-five and climb to third by the end of the Lap 1. Seeing his competitors tripling a jump, Londerville took a risk to make up time. In an attempt to quad the jump, he got sideways on the face of the watered jump, resulting in a crash. Luckily, he was able to remount his Yamaha YFZ 450R and re-claim several positions to finish in ninth.

He did not compete in Moto 2, and came in 12th overall for the weekend.

Due to injuries sustained in earlier motos, and having already secured the championship at the round prior, Londerville decided to sit out of 450A motos.

This weekend was really tough,” said Jayden Londerville. “We didn’t end up the way we wanted, but at least it wasn’t worse. The medics said I could have a few broken ribs and a concussion. Something is wrong with my hip, so I have to get it checked out. Next year, I plan on racing Pro Sport and Pro-Am. My goal is to win those championships and have an injury-free year. I also want to learn and grow as much as I can before I go pro in a few years.”

With seven podium finishes this season, Londerville captured the 450A championship at Round 9. Despite not racing the second moto of Production A at the final round, Londerville ended the year second in points with seven top-five results. He claimed fourth in Pro Sport for the year, tallying seven top-five finishes in the class.

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Pro Sport Overall Results

  1. Brett Musick, Honda
  2. Joseph Chambers, Yamaha
  3. Aaron Salinas, Yamaha

  1. Jayden Londerville, Phoenix Racing

Pro Sport Standings

    1. Brett Musick, 169
    2. Aaron Salinas, 149
    3. Joseph Chambers, 139
  1. Jayden Londerville, Phoenix Racing

Production A Overall Results

  1. Payden Lingle, Honda
  2. Mark Fiesler, Yamaha
  3. David Gay, Yamaha

  1. Jayden Londerville, Phoenix Racing

Production A Standings

  1. Payden Lingle, 164
  2. Jayden Londerville, 158
  3. Juan Manuel Ondarcuhu, 138

450A Standings

  1. Jayden Londerville, 163
  2. Payden Lingle, 150
  3. Cale Deal, 140