Arizona Super TT American Flat Track Results 2019

PHOENIX – Estenson Racing’s Jake Johnson, JD Beach, and Kolby Carlile are now looking ahead to competing at the squad’s homeland in Chandler, Arizona Super TT American Flat Track, for the first racing of the Super TT, Saturday, April 27, at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.rnrnRead More: Harley-Davidson introduces flat-track racing in IndiarnrnThe new place for American Flat Track Results 2019 was dubbed “Super TT” for a motive. With several obstacles and a fusion of right and left shots, it’s a TT trail on steroids. A novel racecourse fetches the entire things of unfamiliar features moving into round four of the term, but that might play into Estenson Racing’s Twins squad’s good turn, particularly since they are all pretty relaxed on TT tracks.rnrnJust beginning with Johnson who crossed the line third at the Daytona TT season corkscrew, ranking a platform surface in the Estenson Racing Yamaha MT-07 DT’s first appearance American HD flat track racing battle. The step out Grand National Champion also had best outcomes on TTs last season, ranking the team’s first AFT Lookalikes win at the Buffalo Chip TT, along with a strong platform appearance in Peoria.rnrnEstenson Racing’s AFT Twins/Superbike rider Beach is too pretty convenient with right shots and fences. The previous year, as a part regulator in the sequence, Beach completed second at the Daytona TT. He watched self-assured to dare for the triumph over again this year, that also win his Heat, but regrettably, a blunder in the Semi had him put aside for the rest of the night. Beach moves to return wavering on the Super TT.rnrnThe AFT Twins beginner on the squad, Carlile, also had a better presentation in Daytona. He was running a rock-hard sixth-place unless or until a technical problem finished his night early. Even though unsatisfactory, running up obverse with the sport’s top in his first visit was a great self-assurance lift for the 2017 AFT Singles champ. Carlile looks forward to choosing where he left off in Daytona and carry on making steps onward in the leading class.rn

Jake Johnson -- AFT Twins #5:

rn“I’m happy for this one. One of the important things that it is considered about years back was it would be better to race on a trophy truck track. Well, here we move. We’re finally moving to one. I know the track’s going to be quite dissimilar than what we verified, but it is now going to be quite wild. It’s a TT track, but its type of going to be its personal thing. One and all consider Peoria is the gangliest TT, but I even contemplate this place is going to be tripartite. I’m looking ahead to it. TTs have been my very solid fact most of my profession, and mainly a former couple of years. Hence, I’m looking ahead to it and will try to increase some points back to retrieve up towards the forward-facing.”rn

JD Beach -- AFT Twins #95:

rn“It will be better to race in Chandler, the team’s home contest. Fortunately, it’s a pathway that typically we’re perfect with some fences and some right-handers, thus I’m truly looking ahead to it. I even consider the thing that we studied the last vacation at the Texas Half-Mile will assist us in the TT. We’re now putting much effort with every race to keep making development.”rn

Kolby Carlile – AFT Twins #136:

rn“I am truly thrilled to regain to racing the leading Twins class and confidently will give a ride to where I left off at the Daytona TT. We had a strong sixth going there but obtained scratch a few rounds. Likewise, it’s pretty cool to be competing in the shop’s porch. I contemplate we are going to be less than five miles from the yard, which is good. Generally, I am hopeful for a stellar visit in AFT Twins and learning a lot regarding racing this motorcycle and against these people.”rnrnThe Super TT will be flowed live, Saturday, April 27, on FansChoice.A TV that starts with practice at 6:00 p.m., ET, followed by Heat races at 8:10 p.m. ET. However, the Opening Ceremonies starts at 9:50 p.m. ET and the Main Events kick off at 10:50 p.m. ET.rnrnRead More: Harley-Davidson introduces flat-track racing in India