Photo Gallery: Loretta's Day 4

The fourth day of competition at the 36th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s has concluded. Champions are beginning to be crowned as we enter the final day of competition. Watch the action unfold live at www.racertv.com tomorrow morning.

KTM Orange Brigade’s Matthew Leblanc charged to the Mini Sr 1 (12-13) championship.

The Women’s (12+) Amateur class has produced some of the most action-packed racing of the week at Loretta Lynn’s.

Red Bull/TLD KTM’s Derek Drake has been perfect in the 250B Limited class at Loretta Lynn’s, taking home the championship.

Early-morning rain showers created multiple lines for riders to choose from.

Florida’s Jordan Bailey ultimately took the Moto 3 win in the Open Pro Sport class, but it’s Justin Cooper who will leave Loretta Lynn’s with the championship.

This is the future of Motocross.

It wasn’t easy, but Ty Masterpool was able to secure the Supermini 2 (13-16) class championship.

This is the 36th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s.

After crashing and suffering a mechanical issue, Kawasaki Team Green’s Jett Reynolds was able to locked down the 85 (9-12) class championship—his ninth consecutive Loretta Lynn’s title.

Dylan Schwartz has been a Moto-winner and podium guy in the Supermini classes all week at Loretta Lynn’s.

Kawasaki Team Green’s Garrett Marchbanks celebrates winning the 250B championship at the 36th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s.

Jo Shimoda has had a tough week at Loretta Lynn’s.

9-2-2 Moto scores earned KTM’s Nathan Ramsey a third overall in the Senior (40+) class at Loretta Lynn’s.

Mike Brown continues to have perfect motos at Loretta Lynn’s.

Korie Steede won her first-ever Moto at Loretta Lynn’s, taking the win in Moto 3 of the Girls (11-16) class.


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