Seth Hammaker’s road to success as an amateur and a pro took a little extra time. After racing the Monster Energy AMA Amateur National in 2018, taking second in the Open Pro Sport class, he struggled with injury and illness before finally making his pro debut last year in Monster Energy Supercross. The rider out of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, was fast instantly and even scored a victory. Now 21, Hammaker has started the 2022 250SX West Region campaign with multiple podium finishes. Who is he? Let’s find out.
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