Phoenix Racing Rider Claims Points Lead in 450A

WASHINGTON, Ga. – Phoenix Racing’s Jayden Londerville stood on the podium for the first time this season at round three of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, after taking third in the Pro Sport class. Building on his momentum this season, he also obtained fourth in 450A, earning him the points lead.

Temperatures were in the 80s at Aonia Pass Motocross Park in Washington, Georgia. After a rainstorm arose on Saturday morning, competitors were faced with incredibly difficult track conditions. Many amateur classes were canceled on Saturday and races resumed on Sunday with a one-moto format.

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Pro Sport

Londerville battled deep mud and slick Georgia clay to place second in Pro Sport Heat 1, scoring him an optimal gate pick for the upcoming moto. He launched into fourth in the first moto and quickly made the pass into third. On the last lap, he caught the second-place rider and got around him. Londerville then set his sights on the lead and put in a hard charge. He caught the leader but wasn’t able to get around him before the checkered flag, ultimately taking second. After pressure-washing both himself and the bike, Londerville strategized on where he could make improvements for the next moto.

With another promising gate pick in Moto 2, Londerville was hopeful for a top five start again but got pushed wide. Sitting at the back of the pack, he began picking off riders. By the end of the second lap, he had made his way up to eighth. He continued to put in fast laps, making passes to reach third by the end of the moto. His efforts earned him his first overall podium finish of the season, a third-place result.

Production A

After narrowly missing a podium finish in Production A at the prior round, Londerville was hungry to improve his result. The class operated on a single-moto format on Sunday. Londerville had a solid gate pick and pulled the holeshot aboard his Yamaha YFZ 450R. However, a mechanical issue on the first lap resulted in him being unable to finish the race.


Londerville secured fourth in 450A, which also ran on a single-moto format. Starting from an outside gate, he came out of the start around eighth. Consistently working his way by competitors on the first lap, he came through scoring in fifth. By the next lap, he had climbed to fourth. He tried to gain enough momentum to catch the top three riders, but they had pulled away from the field.

“This weekend went alright considering track conditions,” said Jayden Londerville. “It rained a bunch making the track on Saturday very technical and difficult. My starts played a huge role in my results. Next round, I want to get better starts and make quicker passes in the earlier stages of the races.”

With seven rounds remaining, Londerville moves up to sixth in points for Pro Sport, leads the 450A class and is ninth in Production A.

The 10-round series continues on April 30-May 1 at High Point Raceway in Mount Morris, Pa.


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Pro Sport Overall Results

  1. Brett Musick, Honda
  2. Blair Miller, Yamaha
  3. Jayden Londerville, Phoenix Racing


Pro Sport Standings

  1. Brett Musick, 75
  2. Blair Miller, 64
  3. Agostino Abbatiello, 51

  1. Jayden Londerville, 43

Production A Overall Results

  1. Payden Lingle, Honda
  2. Braden Schoeffel, Yamaha
  3. Sebastian Varas, Honda

  1. Jayden Londerville, Phoenix Racing

Production A Standings

  1. Payden Lingle, 50
  2. Sebastian Varas, 40
  3. Juan Manuel Ondarcuhu, 38

  1. Jayden Londerville, 22

450A Overall Results

  1. Parker Guoan, Honda
  2. Corey Osborne, Honda
  3. Cale Deal, Yamaha

  1. Jayden Londerville, Phoenix Racing

450A Standings

  1. Jayden Londerville, 40
  2. Cale Deal, 38
  3. Mason Jackson, 37