Ramirez’s second place finish at the tenth and final round of racing in California was more than enough to put him the leader’s spot, reports Cycle News. The Maxxis racer was consistent all season, delivering three victories and five second-place finishes throughout the series. He landed on the podium in all but one race.
“It was great to get this title yet I realize it has been difficult,” Ramirez said to Red Bull Mexico. “There were no injuries, no falls and it was a good year, so everything went well. Already won a championship before, but now I’ve won one more.”