Chase Sexton is an American professional motocross racer who currently competes in the 450cc class. Born on November 23, 1999, in Illinois, Sexton has quickly made a name for himself in the sport, with multiple amateur titles to his name and a promising professional career ahead of him.
Sexton began racing at a young age, and his talent on the bike quickly became apparent. He won multiple amateur titles, including the prestigious Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship. In 2016, he signed with the GEICO Honda team and began his professional career in the 250cc class.
Sexton quickly made an impact in the 250cc class, earning multiple podium finishes and a win in his rookie season. In 2019, he won the East Coast 250cc Supercross Championship, solidifying his status as one of the top young riders in the sport.
In 2020, Sexton moved up to the 450cc class and joined the factory Honda team. Despite facing stiff competition from some of the sport’s top riders, he proved himself as a contender, earning multiple podium finishes and finishing the season in fifth place overall.
Sexton’s 2021 season got off to a rocky start when he suffered an injury during the opening round of the Supercross season. However, he bounced back quickly, earning multiple top-five finishes and a podium finish at the Daytona Supercross.
At the outdoor motocross season, Sexton faced some challenges with a few crashes. However, he still managed to secure his first 450cc overall victory at the Washougal National. He described it as one of the best moments of his career.
As one of the top young riders in the sport, Sexton’s future prospects look bright. He has already established himself as a contender in the 450cc class. And with his skill, determination, and work ethic, he is sure to be a force to be reckoned with for years to come.
Chase Sexton is a rising star in the world of professional motocross racing. With his impressive track record and promising future, he has quickly become one of the sport’s most exciting and talented riders. Fans and spectators alike will no doubt be keeping a close eye on his career in the years to come.