- TURNED PRO: 2019
- BEST CAREER SEASON RESULT: 10th place 250SX West
- 2020 SEASON RESULT: 10th place 250SX West
- 1st place 2020 Fox Raceway (250)
- 1st place at the 2019 Monster Energy Cup (250 Futures)
- 4th place 2019 AUS-X Open Melbourne (SX2)
Lifestyle & General Interest
- Practiced Hip Hop/Break dancing before becoming a professional rider
- Enjoys mountain biking, skateboarding, and surfing
- Brother to Hunter Lawrence who is also a teammate
2020 Season Recap
Jett Lawrence got his 2020 Supercross season off to a hot start after taking ninth and fifth in his first two races as a professional 250SX rider. During Round 3 in Anaheim, Jett was in a battle for his first career win with defending champion, Dylan Ferrandis and unfortunately, came too strong through the whoops section on the last lap and crashed, suffering a broken collarbone that would put him out for the next three races. Jett returned to finish the last three Rounds in Salt Lake City where he was able to grab his first career third-place podium finish. Through a very difficult season, Jett was still able to finish 10th place in the season-ending standings while making it clear that he is one of this sports most exciting young talents.
This summer, Jett was able to put together a very strong outdoor rookie Motocross season where he finished fourth in the 250 Class and grabbed his first career win in the process. Jett’s GEICO Honda team has closed up shop heading into the 2021 season but the young rider will remain with Honda and transfer over to the Honda HRC 250SX team where he will race alongside his brother, Hunter Lawrence. The sky is the limit for the number 18 rider heading into 2021.