With three rounds of the nine-round 2020 AMA National Motocross Championship in the books, three thing are evident: (1) Even though Eli Tomac came to Indiana 40 points behind points leader Zach Osborn, but he left only 27 points adrift. (2) Tomac’s Kawasaki still has serious engine issues—after it expired last weekend in both muddy motos, it was puffing out steam at the end of the second moto in Indiana—and it wasn’t muddy. (3) Adam Cianciarulo is going to win a 450 National—but only if they shortened the motos by 5 minutes. (4) Jeremy Martin won his second 250 National in a row, but Dylan Ferrandis got up in last place from a first turn crash and came through the pack by passing riders in virtually every corner on the track. No, the Frenchman didn’t win, but he still leads the 250 points standings over Martin. (5) Marvin Musquin won the first 450 moto, but was lackluster in moto two. Justin Barcia was brilliant in the second 450 moto, coming out of nowhere to finished a closing second place. Brandon Hartranft earned his second visit to the 250 podium in three events.