A Guide To Loretta Lynn’s Pt. 2 | Supermini & 125cc

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In this edition of A Guide To Loretta’s we will be talking Supermini’s and 125/Schoolboy 1. If you are as confused as I am about what all of these classes mean, take a gander at T-Dogs Class Breakdown

Reminder: We are not here to say who is going to win, lose or anything like that. Look at this as more of an informational piece on WHO you should keep an eye out for as the week stretches out. Are we going to miss some names? Of course, but that is what Loretta’s week is all about. Breaking onto the scene in whichever respective class that might be in.

While we may be separating this out into The Hitters and The Sleepers, any one of these cats could walk away with the title. Why do I say that? Because all of them have either won or landed on podium at the last handful of Amateur Nationals.

RELATED: A Guide to Loretta Lynn’s Pt. 1 | 85s & Mini Sr.

Supermini 1 & 2

Supermini has long been a class full of intense racing, rivalries and so much more. For some of these kids, it is their last shot to grab a Loretta’s title before they make the leap to the big bikes. Not only the 125 but some hop straight on the 250.

Speaking of hoping on 250s, after racing a Supermini at Freestone, Drew Adams has opted to hop on a big bike and completely forgo his Supermini stint. More on that in the coming days. As for the rest of the class, There will be a new champion crowned as last years winners Haiden Deegan and Krystian Janik have graduated to big bikes leaving a new champ to be crowned. 

The Hitters:

  • #32 Leum Oehlhof 
  • #75 Jeremy Fappani 
  • #18 Landen Gordon
  • #43 Tiger Wood
  • #92 Evrett Clarke 
  • #17 Logan Mortberg
  • #28 Nate Hummel (SM2 Only) 
  • #13 Kade Johnson (SM2 Only)

The Sleepers:

  • # 82 Will Campbell 
  • #19 Johnathan Yelton
  • #64 Cody Harrington
  • #55 Emile Lacher (SM2 Only)
  • #70 William Canaguier 
  • #25 Nathan Abbott 

Supermini 1 and 2 Race Days/Times

Supermini 1
– Wednesday 7:30 a.m. CST
– Thursday 12:30 p.m. CST
– Saturday 9:30 a.m. CST

Supermini 2
– Wednesday 2:00 p.m. CST
– Friday 9:00 a.m. CST
– Saturday 4:00 p.m. CST

125 Jr B/C & Schoolboy 1 

You hear that bee hive about to explode off in the distance? You better get your a$$ to that fence line and soak of the sweet sweet sound (and smell) of race prepped 125cc machines! 

Is there anything better than a bunch of pissed off teenagers sending it on 125s? Nope. Didn’t think so. This year is STACKED AF. I know I’ve said that about every class and honestly it should be stacked, it is Loretta’s after all! 

Last years 125 champion Evan Ferry has moved up into the B classes leaving the door open for a new face to hold up those #1 plates, Who will it be?

Let’s take a look. 

The Hitters: 

  • #46 Luke Fauser 
  • #2 Colin Allen
  • #66 Casey Cochran 
  • #6 Logan Best 
  • #20 Tyler Mollet 
  • #37 Landin Pepperd 
  • #97 Noah Stevens 

 The Sleepers: 

  • #55 Reven Gordon
  • #33 Trace Holland 
  • #47 Diesel Thomas 
  • #51 Dylan Blecha 
  • #61 Tommy Callow 
  • #15 Thor Powell 
  • #41 Jordan Miller 

125 Jr B/C and Schoolboy 1 Race Days/Times

125 Jr B/C
– Tuesday 2:30 p.m. CST
– Thursday 9:30 a.m. CST
– Friday 5:00 p.m. CST

Schoolboy 1
– Wednesday 10:00 a.m. CST
– Thursday 4:00 p.m. CST
– Saturday 12:00 p.m. CST

Written by Jeff Simpson

We met Jeff sleeping in a tent down the street from Loretta Lynn's... with his computer. At that point, we knew he would fit in with us. Then, he then drank all the white claw flavors none of us liked, and that's when we knew it was meant to be. Jeff officially became part of the crew.
We're terrible at asking questions, so we're not exactly sure what Jeff does for a living, but he loves petting his cats and dog, growing his beard, and living in a cornfield in Michigan. Jeff also likes to wear cycling glasses while driving his car and using his cameras. We like Jeff.

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