GEICO Honda’s Jett Lawrence won his first AMA Pro Motocross race—and participated in a second-moto GEICO Honda podium sweep—at October’s season-ending Fox Raceway National. Though it marked the team’s last race, Lawrence will be under the Honda HRC tent for 2021 and beyond.
Inside the January issue of Racer X magazine:
- With Dylan Ferrandis and Zach Osborne winning titles, is old the new young in AMA Pro Motocross?
- We say goodbye to GEICO Honda after 20-plus amazing years
- Gene McCay was a seventies minicycle prodigy who walked away from the sport. He tells his story.
- Our annual holiday shopping guide—this time stocking-stuffers only!
All these features and much more in the January issue of Racer X.
BETTER WITH AGE
Gone are the days when young phenoms hit hard and fast, dominating the sport and flaming out in their twenties. In 2020, the moto-pendulum has officially swung in the direction of the wily veteran.
GEICO Honda was one of the most prestigious teams in the sport for over two decades. They ran their last race at the 2020 Fox Raceway National series finale—but they went out like lions.
FINDING GENE McCAY
Gene McCay was one of the fastest kids in the history of American minicycle racing, but at the start of a promising pro career, he suddenly quit. We asked him why.
2020 STOCKING STUFFER GUIDE
Since budgets may be a little tighter than usual this holiday season, our annual gift guide focuses on surefire moto-crowd pleasers—that can fit inside a Christmas stocking!