Pro-Am Podium Finish for 4130 Motorsports Rider

SEWARD, Pa. – In another sweltering weekend of racing, Jayden Londerville battled against the heat and top-tier ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX) competitors at Pleasure Valley Raceway to collect 1-1 finishes in Pro Sport. The results allowed him to capture his third-straight overall win. The eighth round of the AMA National Championship also saw Londerville tally 3-3 results in pro-am, which earned him a spot on the podium. 

Jayden Londerville grabbed two moto wins in pro sport at Pleasure Valley Raceway. Photo credit: RipitupFilms – Gloop Mahey

Pro Sport
Saturday began with Londerville capturing the win in his heat race, since the pro sport class was divided into two divisions due to entry numbers. The 19-year-old got off to a top-five start and quickly made his way up to second. On the second lap, he set the fastest time of the race — a 01:47.269 — and ran down the leader. By the third lap, Londerville moved into the top spot. He continued to cruise out front for the duration of the race before taking the victory.

Londerville launched out of the gate in the second moto, but missed the top five. Sitting around seventh, he went to work making passes aboard his Yamaha YFZ450R. By the second lap, he had moved into the runner-up spot. Londerville was determined to take the lead once again. On the following lap, he laid down the fastest laptime of the race – just as he had done in Moto 1.

His two moto wins earned him the overall victory in pro sport for the third-consecutive time this season.

“I had a decent start coming out around top five in moto one,” said Londerville. “I made some quick passes up to second on the first lap, and, by the end of the second lap, I made the pass into first and rode smart to win that moto. In moto two, I had a not-so-great start coming out around seventh. I made a bunch of smart, quick passes moving into second by the second lap. Then, I made a pass for the lead shortly after that. I threw down a fast lap, stretched the gap, and settled in there.”

Jayden Londerville captured his third-consecutive overall victory in pro sport. Photo credit: RipitupFilms – Gloop Mahey

Pro-Am
Londerville was eager for more success after his clean sweep of the pro sport class on the day before. He clicked off strong laptimes in qualifying to secure second gate-pick in pro-am.

Blasting out of the gate, Londerville immediately put himself into the second-place spot. On the third lap, he set the fastest laptime of the moto — a 01:44.763 — as he continued to chase down the leader and soon powered his way into the top spot aboard his Yamaha YFZ450R. Londerville had clean air out front for several laps before small mistakes dropped him back to second. As the race wore on, he slipped to third – where he eventually finished.

The second moto saw Londerville get off to a top-five start and rapidly make his way into podium contention. He continued to pursue the two front-runners, but wasn’t able to get close enough for a pass. He took the checkered flag in third.

Londerville’s 3-3 results in pro-am netted him third overall. It marked his fifth overall podium of the year in the class.  

“I had a good start in the first moto around fourth and made two fast passes by moving into second,” said Londerville. “By the third lap, I made a pass for the lead, but I later made a few mistakes falling back to third. I had an alright start in about fifth for the second moto and made two passes right away moving into third. I just couldn’t catch up to the leaders, so I ended up getting third in that moto as well.”

Looking Forward 
With his stellar performance at round eight, Londerville stretched his lead in the pro sport class. He also continues to stay in the championship hunt for pro-am, holding third in the standings.

“It was a super good weekend,” said Londerville. “I had some great speed, but I need to work on some small stuff. Overall, I’m getting better every race.”

The ninth round will be held in Nashport, Ohio, at Briarcliff MX on July 27-28.

Pro Sport Overall Results

1. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports 2. Catriel Altamirano, Yamaha 3. Juan Ondarcuhu, Yamaha —

Pro Sport Standings

1. Jayden Londerville, 176
2. Joey Norris, 152
3. Cody Houghton, 118

Pro-Am Overall Results

1. Kevin Saar, Yamaha 2. Mason Jackson, Yamaha 3. Jayden Londerville, 4130 Motorsports

Pro-Am Standings

1. Mason Jackson, 166
2. Kevin Saar, 138
3. Jayden Londerville, 128

About 4130 Motorsports
Established in 2014, the 4130 Motorsports team fields four-time national champion Jayden Londerville of Wausau, Wisconsin, in the pro-am and pro sport classes of the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship (ATVMX). Follow the team at facebook.com/4130Motorsports and instagram.com/4130motorsports

Team supporters include Londerville Steel Enterprises, SSi Decals, FLY Racing, FourWerx Carbon, RP Race, Baldwin Motorsports, JB Racing, Doug Schiltz Motorsports, HRP, CST Tires, VP Racing Fuels, BCC Skids, 2Brothers Powersports, Hinson Clutch Components, Maxima Racing Oils and DBR Race Products.

About High Gear Success
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