Jett and Hunter Lawrence: Although they’re hyper competitive on and off the track, they’re usually on the same page.
Bonding activities include: thrifting, debating, decorating, competing, and did we mention, competing? Even when it’s a DIY competition, the Lawrences give it their 100%.
See what happens when Jett and Hunter go “thrifting” and put their interior design skills to the test.
Jett Lawrence won the AMA 250cc motocross championships title this year, with brother Hunter settling for third overall, behind Japanese Kawasaki rider Jo Shimoda.
Meanwhile, we’ll next see Jett Lawrence in action on a 450cc Honda, racing for Australia at the Motocross of Nations (MXoN) at the RedBud circuit in Michigan, in the United States, this coming weekend.
The photo above shows a very fresh-faced Hunter Lawrence when he raced for Australia at the MXoN at Matterley Basin, near Winchester, in the United Kingdom in 2017.
Hunter Lawrence lit up the 2017 MXoN when he put in two great moto scores to win the MX2 class overall.
The then-Suzuki rider was awarded the Ricky Carmichael Award for best young rider on his way to helping Team Australia to sixth overall in the final nations classification at the 2017 MXoN.
His Australian team-mates at the MXoN that year were MXGP rider Dean Ferris (Yamaha) and Open Class rider Kirk Gibbs (KTM).
Ferris finished 22nd and Lawrence fourth in the MXGP/MX2 race and Gibbs finished fifth and Lawrence eighth in the Open Class/MX2 race.
Ferris was 23rd and Gibbs 19th in the final MXGP/Open Class race.
© Words and photo by Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
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