PHOTOS: Loretta Lynn's MX | Day 3

A collection of the action from Day 3 at the 2016 Loretta Lynn's Amateur MX National Championship in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Large amounts of rain accumulation from the past several days flooded the pits. Races were delayed three hours for track work.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Former Pro Motocross racer Tim Ferry coaches his son Evan before the start of the 65cc (10-11) limited. Evan finished 11th today.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Ryder Difrancesco wins second moto of the 65cc (10-11) limited class, which was the first moto of the day. Even finishing the race was impressive considering the shape of the track.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Daxton Bennick on his KTM 65 survived and thrived in the wet conditions in the 65cc (7-9) limited class. Daxton finished first in Moto 1, and is currently leading the points in the championship.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C holeshot, led by Derek Drake.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
On his two-stroke Husqvarna, Carson Brown had the Schoolboy 1 (12-16) handled today. Carson’s tear off system had some malfunctions during the moto.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
The fabulous fifty-one. Seth Hammaker pulled a huge holeshot and was in the lead by several bike lengths in the second turn. From there Seth managed the race and went unopposed to take the win for Moto 2 Supermini 1 (12-15) class.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
The relentless KTM rider Brandon Gourley from Boonville, Indiana battled patiently and persistently throughout the moto. Inching his way to the front of the pack for the second moto victory. Brandon is 1-1 this week in the 250 All-star A/B class.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
In the 450B limited Moto 2, Wyatt Fontenot had an impressive showing leading the race start to finish.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Chase Sexton improved from his 5th in 250A Moto 1 on Tuesday by winning the Moto 2 today.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Crockett Myers on his Factory Suzuki RM85 got out front and rode a great race. He and Maximus Vohland would have a great race for several laps but Myers weathered the storm and took the win in the second moto of the 85cc (9-12).Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
In the 51cc (4-6) limited class, Seth Dennis and Miles McCarty were locked in a heated battle.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
It wouldn’t be Loretta Lynn’s without mentioning the 51cc (4-6) Shaft Drive PW50’s Kevyn De Pinho from Croydon, Pennsylvania blew away the competition. Not only did he win by a 40-second lead, he caught many of the riders who were double-gated in the class ahead of him.Photo by Jacob Souder
Loretta Lynn's MX 2016
Finally getting a good start, Max Miller fought his way to the front and checked out. The KTM orange brigade racer from Springfield, Oregon put on a clinic this evening.Photo by Jacob Souder