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2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship Overview

We are proud of the six Team ZLD Athletes that competed at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Motocross Championship in Hurricane Mills, TN from August 1st through the 6th! These riders qualified for the largest amateur motocross race in the world, the 41st Annual Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, to be held this August at the historic Loretta Lynn Ranch. These riders took on over 22,000 hopefuls from across America to earn one of just 1,446 qualifying positions.


“The Amateur National at Loretta Lynn’s is the best of the best motocrossers in America and around the world, said Tim Cotter,” Director of MX Sports. “Just being here makes you an elite racer and a top athlete. A solid finish at Loretta’s would you give you instant National recognition and a possible professional career.”


Callie Sutton racing at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship.

Callie Sutton

Callie went 13-15-10 for 10th overall in the Girls (11-16) class at the ranch on her #52 KTM.


Clarkson Hagan racing at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship.

Clarkson Hagan

Callie went 33-31-41 for 38th overall in the Micro 3 (7-8) Limited class at the ranch on his #17 Cobra.


Hailey Vassallo racing at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship.

Hailey Vassallo

Hailey placed 12th over all after going 15-8-17 in the Girls (11-16) class her #52 Husqvarna.


Kacey Sheehan racing at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship.

Kacey Sheehan

Kacey placed 22nd overall in the Girls (11-16) class at the ranch after going 27-22-21 on her #59 GasGas.


Lane Allison racing at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship.

Lane Allison

Lane competed in 250B and 450B Limited during his week at the ranch on his #53 Kawasaki. He placed 8th overall after finishing 9-12-11 in 250B. In 450B Limited, Lane went DNF-5-3 for a 16th overall position.


Luke Allison racing at the 2022 Loretta Lynn's National Championship.

Luke Allison

Luke placed 29th overall after finishing 32-29-23 in the College (18-24) class on his #55 Kawasaki.


We are very proud of our rider's and their families hard work that they put in year-round to prepare for big races like Loretta Lynn's National Championship. Thankfully, all of the Team ZLD riders returned home safely!


All photos were taken by SeatBounceMoto Photography.

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