Teammate Max Lindquist Takes Ninth in Pro Class

ALACHUA, Fla. – After a dominating performance in the pro sport class at Daytona International Speedway less than two weeks ago, 4130 Motorsports’ Jayden Londerville claimed the pro-am overall win, with 1-2 moto finishes, at round two of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship. In pro sport, Londerville went 4-17 to take 14th overall.

Pro class competitor Max Lindquist went 6-13 to take ninth overall for the weekend at Gatorback Cycle Park, where the weather wasn’t as warm as is to be expected in Florida.

Jayden Londerville leads the pro-am points and is fourth in pro sport. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House

Lindquist qualified sixth in the pro class. In Moto 1, he got off to a start just outside of the top five. He was able to break into the top five by the second lap and was setting a pace incredibly close to the leader’s lap times despite being in fifth. He was then overtaken and settled into the sixth-place spot for the remainder of the moto until the checkers flew. 

Lindquist got off to a great start in the second moto, sitting in the fourth-place position for the early part of the race. Around the middle of the moto, he began to fall back due to mechanical issues and just tried to finish out the moto. He would take 13th.

He captured ninth overall for the weekend with his 6-13 finishes.

I was able to get sixth in moto one,” said Max Lindquist. “I had a good start in moto two and was in the top five until mechanical issues started to happen. From there, I just circulated the track to collect as many points as possible.”

Max Lindquist sits seventh in the pro class standings. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House

Pro Sport
Londerville didn’t get the jump out of the gate that he wanted in pro sport Moto 1, but was still inside of the top 10. He was able to steadily make progress, picking off competitors lap after lap. Londerville eventually powered his Yamaha YFZ450R up to fourth with a couple laps to go. That’s the position he took the checkers in, despite pushing to make it up into a podium position.

Unfortunately, a crash shortly after the start of Moto 2 set Londerville back immediately. After having the ATV pulled off of him in turn two, he went to work to catch the rest of the field that was nearly a lap ahead. He was able to make a couple of passes up to 17th before the clock ran out.

Londerville’s 4-17 results gave him 14th overall in pro sport on the weekend.

“I felt fast in practice and was feeling good,” said Londerville. “For moto one, I didn’t have the best start, coming out around ninth. The track on Saturday was hard to make passes on, so I only worked my way up to about fourth. I started catching the top three but ran out of time. For my second moto, I had a great start but got caught up in a wreck in the first corner and was stuck under my machine. They got it off of me, and I was back going again. I was about three-quarters of a lap behind the rest of the field, so I spent the rest of the race trying to catch up. I ended up 17th. I salvaged a 14th overall on the weekend, which was not where I wanted to be after coming off the win at Daytona.”

Londerville snagged the second-fastest pro-am qualifying time, which set him up well for Moto 1. He pulled fourth off of the start of the first moto and then was into third immediately. He continued to set a strong pace and look for the opening to overtake the second-place rider. With a few laps to go, Londerville was able to make his move. Within a lap after that, he pushed his way into the lead. He began to pull away, finishing by over four seconds ahead of his nearest competitor.

In the second moto, Londerville rocketed his Yamaha YFZ450R into the top five immediately out of the gate. He was on the tail of the third-place rider until just over the halfway point, when he was able to get around him. From there, Londerville settled into a rhythm to take the runner-up spot at the line.

His 1-2 results gave him the pro-am overall win at Gatorback Cycle Park.

“I qualified second-fastest and had a good gate for the first moto,” said Londerville. “I came out about fourth off of the start and made a pass for third at the end of the lap. I waited for the right opportunity to make passes and took the win. In moto two, I passed into second about halfway through the moto. I knew I didn’t have to pass for the lead to take the overall win, so I just rode smart.”

Looking Forward
The 10-round series continues at Underground MX Park in Kemp, Texas, on April 8-9.

Lindquist remains seventh in the pro class standings after round two.

“It was a tough weekend to say the least, but I’m glad to be leaving Florida healthy and will focus on bettering myself for Texas,” Lindquist said.

Londerville is the leader in the pro-am class and is fourth in the pro sport class.

“The weekend had its ups and downs, and we have work to do before the next race, but we are looking forward to the next round,” Londerville said.

About 4130 Motorsports
Established in 2014, the 4130 Motorsports team fields pro class rider and seven-time national champion Max Lindquist, as well as pro-am and pro sport competitor Jayden Londerville – a four-time national champion — in the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX). Nineteen-year-old Lindquist resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and 18-year-old Londerville lives in Wausau, Wisconsin. Follow the team at and

Max Lindquist supporters include Max: ML2 Motorsports, Londerville Steel Enterprises, Walsh Race Craft, JH Racing, Maxxis Tires, Rath Racing, Fly Racing, Maxima Racing Oil, Beringer Brakes, Fox Shocks, VP Racing Fuels, Flo Fast, Evans Coolant, Sunstar, DP Brakes, Rocket Machining & Design, JSR Motodesigns, Fuel Customs, Acerbis USA, DWT Wheels, EVS, Precision Racing, Fourwerx Carbon, CP Carrillo, Tire Balls, Hinson Racing, RP Racing, Works Connection, HuntScapes, ATC Forever, Wienen Motorsports, SSI Decals, ODI Grips, Hedge Hog ATV, Antigravity Batteries, Yamaha, and Blu Cru.

Jayden Londerville supporters include Londerville Steel Enterprises, ML2 Motorsports, SSI Decals, BCC Skids, JH Racing, Rath Racing, Rocket Machining & Design, Doug Schiltz Motorsports, 2Brothers Powersports, Fourwerx Carbon, Fly Racing, Flo Fast, VP Racing Fuels, DWT Wheels, DBR Race Products, ATC Forever, Walsh Race Craft, CST Tires, Maxima Racing Oil, Evans Coolant, Sunstar, DP Brakes, Hinson Racing, Mishimoto, ODI Grips, Moto Clown Designs, Phoenix Racing, JB Racing, and Baldwin Motorsports.

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Pro Overall Results

1. Bryce Ford, Yamaha
2. Jeffrey Rastrelli, Yamaha
3. Joel Hetrick, Yamaha

9. Max Lindquist, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Standings

1. Bryce Ford, 67
2. Joel Hetrick, 64
3. Jeffrey Rastrelli, 60

7. Max Lindquist, 37

Pro Sport Overall Results

1. Brett Musick, Honda
2. Agostino Abbatiello, Honda
3. Joseph Chambers, Yamaha

14. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Sport Standings

1. Brett Musick, 45
2. Blair Miller, 38
3. Agostino Abbatiello, 37

4. Jayden Londerville, 32

Pro-Am Overall Results

1. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports
2. Mason Jackson, KTM
3. Blair Miller, Yamaha

Pro-Am Standings

1. Jayden Londerville, 25
2. Mason Jackson, 22
3. Blair Miller, 20