Pro Class Rider Max Lindquist Claims Seventh Overall for Fifth Time in 2023

MECHANICSVILLE, Md. – The seventh round of the ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, saw 4130 Motorsports rider Jayden Londerville claim fifth overall in pro-am with 3-4 finishes. He also earned ninth in pro sport, with 7-7 results, at Budds Creek Motocross Park, where elevation changes were plentiful. Strong rainstorms on Friday night made riders apprehensive for Saturday’s competition, but, with a little track prep and sunshine, the track firmed up nicely as the day progressed.

Teammate Max Lindquist, who has brought home finishes just outside of the top five for the majority of the season, collected 8-7 results in the pro class. It earned him seventh overall in Maryland.

Jayden Londerville took fifth overall in pro-am at Budds Creek Motocross Park. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House

After securing seventh in qualifying, Lindquist prepared for the upcoming motos. In Moto 1, he got a start just outside of the top 10. Lindquist fought hard to reach eighth by the time that Lap 4 rolled around. He held steady in the spot for the duration of the moto, taking eighth when the checkers flew.

Lindquist got a similar start in the second moto of the day. Shortly after the start, he was inside of the top 10 and pushing forward. By the fourth lap, he was up to sixth. He lapped with times around one minute, 43 seconds for most of the race. Nearing the end, he was shuffled back to seventh. He tried to regain the position, but eventually took seventh at the line.

It marked Lindquist’s fifth time capturing seventh overall this season.

“Good weekend of racing in Maryland,” said Lindquist. “I’m walking away with seventh overall again. Still working on my speed and overall endurance on the machine.”

Max Lindquist claimed his fifth seventh-place overall finish of the year. Photo credit: Tremellen Media House

Pro Sport
Immediately battling for second out of the gate in pro sport Heat 1, Londerville was pressing for the lead. Unfortunately, contact with his competitor caused him to crash. Even though he was able to remount his 4130 Motorsports machine quickly, he lost several positions and was unable to catch back up to the leaders. He was able to reach seventh before the checkers waved.

A tough start in Moto 2 meant the 18-year-old would have to fight through the field of riders. He picked off riders lap after lap, eventually reaching seventh by the final lap.

Londerville landed fifth overall in Maryland with 7-7 finishes.

“I got off to a really good start in my first moto,” said Londerville. “I was in a battle for second until I ended up getting hit and crashed. I got up as fast as I could but was only able to make my way back to seventh. For the second moto, I had a really bad start coming out around 15th and only managed to get up to about seventh — which was not what we hoped for.”

Londerville qualified fifth, despite being less than two seconds behind the fastest qualifier. He powered out of the gate in the first heat, but was shuffled back to eighth headed into the first turn. He rapidly started making passes, reaching fifth by the next lap. Over the next couple of laps, he picked up even more positions and moved into third. From there, he set a strong pace and held off his competition. He finished the moto on the podium.

Another start just inside the top 10 for Moto 2 saw Londerville push the pace aboard his Yamaha YFZ450R to reach fourth within just a lap. A caution and red cross flag later appeared and slowed his pace. It allowed the riders ahead to pull away and the riders behind to catch up. However, for the remainder of the race, he was able to hold onto the fourth-place spot.

Fifth overall is where Londerville ended the race weekend at Budds Creek Motocross Park after collecting 3-4 moto finishes.

“I came out around eighth in the first moto,” said Londerville. “I made some quick passes to get up to third and stayed there the whole race. I also got off to eighth at the start of the second moto. I made my way up to fourth, and there was a caution and red cross flag. I went very slow through there, and that caused third to move way ahead of me and for the pack behind me to catch me.”

Looking Forward
The season is starting to wind down. Round eight will be held at Pleasure Valley Raceway in Seward, Pennsylvania, on July 1-2.

Lindquist remains seventh in the pro class standings, with top 10 finishes at all rounds this year.

“Getting better every weekend,” Lindquist said. “I’m just missing good starts at this point. Looking forward to ongoing work as I prepare for the next one. Thanks to the support group for the continued backing.”

Londerville is now ranked second in the pro-am class and continues to hold third in the pro sport class.

“It wasn’t the weekend we hoped for, but I’m going to get to work and be ready for the next one,” 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

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Pro Overall Results

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2. Chad Wienen, Yamaha
3. Brandon Hoag, Yamaha

7. Max Lindquist, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Standings

1. Joel Hetrick, 314
2. Bryce Ford, 257
3. Chad Wienen, 242

7. Max Lindquist, 176

Pro Sport Overall Results

1. Joseph Chambers, Yamaha
2. Brett Musick, Honda
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9. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro Sport Standings

1. Brett Musick, 139
2. Mason Jackson, 132
3. Jayden Londerville, 120

Pro-Am Overall Results

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

5. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro-Am Standings

1. Mason Jackson, 123
2. Jayden Londerville, 115
3. Joseph Chambers, 112