4130 Motorsports’ Max Lindquist Captures Seventh in Pro Class

CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. – Hitting the halfway mark of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX) season, the 4130 Motorsports team of Max Lindquist and Jayden Londerville have proven that they are still focused and chasing championship points.

The fifth round of the AMA National Championship took place in Crawfordsville, Indiana. In addition to ATVMX, Ironman Raceway is host to many high-level events, including the AMA Pro Motocross Championship and the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series, making the venue a fan-favorite. Although the forecast was grim, the facility managed to dodge most of the predicted rain for the weekend’s competition.

4130 Motorsports’ Jayden Londerville went 3-6 in pro-am to take sixth overall in the Hoosier state. In pro sport, he collected 4-9 finishes for seventh overall. Holding steady in seventh for most of this season, Max Lindquist once again tallied 7-7 in the pro class to take home seventh overall.

Jayden Londerville sits second in the pro-am class. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House

Moto 1 saw Lindquist get shuffled to mid-way back in the pack of riders off of the start. He made a few quick passes to break inside the top 10 within a lap. Lindquist then began reeling riders in lap after lap to reach seventh, where he settled in for the remainder of the race. 

In the second moto, Lindquist was quickly inside of the top 10. Within a few laps, he had once again positioned himself in seventh. He continued his blistering pace for the rest of the race. When the checkers flew, he claimed the seventh-place spot aboard his 4130 Motorsports machine.

Lindquist claimed seventh overall from his 7-7 results at Ironman Raceway.

“I get to improve on my starts,” said Lindquist. “But with that being said, I’m still making steps forward as the pace is picking up and getting closer to the next group of guys.

Max Lindquist went 7-7 at Ironman Raceway. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House

Pro Sport
With 21 riders, the pro sport class saw two heat races funnel into a final moto. Londerville had an added challenge, as he wasn’t feeling 100 percent. In Heat 1, Londerville didn’t get the start he wanted, but soon placed himself into a top three position. By Lap 2, the 18-year-old had moved into second. Unfortunately, on the last lap he slipped back to ultimately finish fourth. 

Londerville got caught in a pile up in the second turn and had to fight to make his way through the field of riders during Moto 2. By the middle of the race, he had reached 12th. Unrelenting, he kept pressing forward. He soon locked in eighth position for a few laps. On the final lap, he was overtaken by a competitor and had to settle for ninth at the line.  

His 4-9 finishes in pro sport gave him seventh overall for the weekend.

“I was feeling a little under the weather, and I came out of the start almost dead last in the first moto,” said Londerville. “I rode my race and made it up to fourth. I was sitting in a decent spot for the second moto. I came out of the start of moto two decent but got tangled up in the second corner. It resulted in me being way back, and I had to work hard to make as many passes as I could. It’s definitely not where I wanted to be, but I was also feeling very sick.”

In the pro-am qualifier, Londerville claimed seventh. From there, he went to work in his first moto. He was just outside of the top five after the start and was able to climb to third within a couple of laps. He continued to chase the leaders for the remainder of the moto, but scored third at the line.

Still battling sickness, Londerville was seventh early on in Moto 2. He soon gained a position and held sixth all the way to the checkers aboard his Yamaha YFZ450R. 

After going 3-6, Londerville earned sixth overall in Indiana.

“I was feeling really sick for my first moto, and I came out of the start around sixth,” said Londerville. “I was able to make some good passes and got up to third. In the second moto, I was feeling even worse but was able to pull off sixth.”

Looking Forward
On May 27-28, the 10-round series heads to Walnut, Illinois, for competition at Sunset Ridge MX.

After a solid performance over the weekend, Lindquist moved up into the seventh-place spot in the pro class standings.

“Another solid and consistent weekend,” Lindquist said. “Ironman Raceway was a fun one with good track conditions. I’m getting closer to the top five and continuing to pick up the pace. Didn’t have the greatest of starts this weekend, which resulted in hard-fought motos coming from outside the top 10. Good starts will be the focus as I prepare for the next round.”

Londerville continues to hold second in the pro-am class and third in the pro sport class following round five.

“I was sick, but this weekend’s results are not what I wanted,” Londerville said. “I want to be up on the podium. I’m looking forward to feeling 100 percent again and being able to prepare for the next race.”

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

7. Max Lindquist, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Standings

1. Joel Hetrick, 214
2. Bryce Ford, 181
3. Jeffrey Rastrelli, 169

7. Max Lindquist, 120

Pro Sport Overall Results

1. Mason Jackson, KTM
2. Blair Miller, Yamaha
3. Joseph Chambers, Yamaha

7. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Sport Standings

1. Brett Musick, 101
2. Mason Jackson, 99
3. Jayden Londerville, 86

Pro-Am Overall Results

1. Kevin Saar, Yamaha
2. Joseph Chambers, Yamaha
3. Mason Jackson, KTM

6. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro-Am Standings

1. Mason Jackson, 87
2. Jayden Londerville, 79
3. Blair Miller, 74