Teammate Max Lindquist Scores Eighth in Pro Class
KEMP, Texas – The ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, headed southwest to Kemp, Texas, for round three. After a more than 18-hour drive from Wisconsin and a rainy start to the race weekend, 4130 Motorsports’ Jayden Londerville set his sights on putting in strong races. He secured fourth in pro sport, with 4-4 moto finishes. In pro-am, Londerville went 8-7 to take seventh overall.
Londerville’s teammate, pro class competitor Max Lindquist, went 8-7 to take eighth overall for the weekend at Underground MX.
Jayden Londerville claimed fourth in pro sport at Underground MX. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House
Lindquist tallied eighth in pro qualifying. In Moto 1, he quickly positioned himself in eighth and then grabbed another position within a lap. He rode steady in the seventh-place spot for almost the entire rest of the race. He did his best to hold off a competitor on the final lap, but ultimately took eighth when the flag waved.
The second moto saw Lindquist propel himself into the top five out of the gate. He held the spot for a few laps before falling back to sixth. He continued to focus on making his way toward the front. Around the halfway point, Lindquist slipped back to eighth. He eventually took the checkered flag in that spot.
He scored a top 10 finish, taking eighth overall for the weekend with his 8-7 finishes.
“Underground MX, was a tough weekend of racing both physically and mentally,” said Max Lindquist. “Finishing the day eighth overall is never ideal. I have been struggling to mesh with the machine to start the season.”
Max Lindquist took eighth overall in the pro class at round three. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House
Londerville powered his Yamaha YFZ450R into the top six off of the line in pro sport Moto 1. By the halfway mark, he had gained two positions. The 18-year-old attempted to make his way into a podium position, but had to settle for fourth at the line.
In Moto 2, Londerville got off to another strong start. He was into third by the end of the first lap. Around the middle of the moto, he faced intense pressure from a competitor and dropped back to fourth. He continued his charge for the remainder of the moto, but would claim fourth once again when the checkers flew.
With 4-4 results, he captured fourth overall in pro sport for the weekend.
“In the first moto, I had a pretty good start but I had to slow way down to avoid a crash that happened,” said Londerville. “I was way back and came up to about sixth place. I made two more passes in the last few laps and took fourth place. We made a few bike setup changes for the next moto. In moto two, I had a decent start and made a few passes. I just struggled with being comfortable and smooth, so I only worked my way up to fourth.”
After setting the fourth-quickest time in qualifying, Londerville went to work in pro-am Moto 1. He once again pulled a great start and settled into sixth. It was a tight race between him and two other riders as they swapped fifth- through seventh-place positions a few times over the next couple laps. Londerville was running solidly in the top five when a mechanical issue struck. Despite the bad luck, he was able to manage eighth.
Londerville didn’t get the start he wanted in Moto 2, but he was persistent in his effort to gain positions throughout the moto. However, he was only able to reach seventh by the time the clock ran out.
He left Underground MX with seventh overall after his 8-7 moto finishes.
“I had an okay start coming out around sixth and then battled my way up to fourth,” said Londerville. “Another rider and I we’re gaining on third. Then, unfortunately, I had a mechanical issue with a lap and a half to go. I was able to salvage eighth place. The team was awesome and was able to get the bike fixed before my next moto. In moto two, I had a tough start and was only able to work my way up to sixth, which is definitely not what I was looking for.”
High Point Raceway in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, is the next venue in the 10-round series. It will host competitors April 29-30.
Lindquist is eighth in the pro class standings headed into round four.
“The results have not been what we are shooting for, but there are better days to come,” Lindquist said. “I appreciate all the people still supporting me through the process. I’m glad to walk away healthy and safe from a gnarly track. I will continue riding and working harder to get to where I want to be to get ready for High Point [Raceway].”
Londerville moved up to second in the pro sport class and is now seventh in the pro-am class.
“This weekend didn’t go the best, as I struggled all weekend with bike setup and being comfortable,” Londerville said. “I know I have some work to do before the next race, but I’ll definitely be ready for High Point.”
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 facebook.com/4130Motorsports and instagram.com/4130motorsports
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. Joel Hetrick, Yamaha
2. Chad Wienen, Yamaha
3. Bryce Ford, Yamaha
8. Max Lindquist, 4130 Motorsports
1. Joel Hetrick, 114
2. Bryce Ford, 107
3. Jeffrey Rastrelli, 96
8. Max Lindquist, 64
Pro Sport Overall Results
1. Brett Musick, Honda
2. Mason Jackson, KTM
3. Joseph Chambers, Yamaha
4. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports
Pro Sport Standings
1. Brett Musick, 70
2. Jayden Londerville, 50
3. Mason Jackson, 49
Pro-Am Overall Results
1. Mason Jackson, KTM
2. Kevin Saar, Yamaha
3. Blair Miller, Yamaha
7. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports
1. Mason Jackson, 47
2. Blair Miller, 40
3. Jayden Londerville, 39