This weekend’s Mission Foods Texas Half-Mile presented by Roof Systems is set to be that much Faster N’ Louder with the announcement that Fort Worth’s own Richard Rawlings will serve as the event’s Grand Marshal.
The top five finish showcases the development work the team has done since the opening round in Volusia.
As the official communications system for the series, Cardo’s industry-leading PACKTALK BOLD will be featured as an important piece of equipment throughout the season.
For the first time in the company’s history, Mission Foods will be sponsoring the Progressive AFT series’ premier class, now known as the Mission SuperTwins.
Brandon Kitchen, one of the hottest young riders in AFT Singles, will be flying the Husqvarna flag in 2021, with Vance & Hines as his team’s exclusive engine builder.
Vance & Hines will have two retail and installation locations at Bike Week, at Daytona Speedway and Daytona Harley-Davidson in Ormond Beach.
The 2021 Progressive American Flat Track season kicks off on March 12 for the Volusia Half-Mile in Barberville, FL.
Reigning Mission SuperTwins Champion Briar Bauman, along with Progressive AFT Champion Jared Mees will return to the track and battle for yet another championship as the 2021 Indian Wrecking Crew.
This year, Progressive American Flat Track is ready to welcome both racers and fans back, with an exciting new season, beginning March 12.
Riders mounted on the Harley-Davidson XG750R in the Mission SuperTwins class are eligible for their piece of a $200,500 total contingency package for Progressive AFT’s premier class.
The program includes payouts for the top five riders in each class for every event and a $5,000 bonus for each class champion. In total, the company is offering riders $73,650 in 2021.
Mission Foods has been named the official partner of its premier class, now known as the Mission SuperTwins class as well as the Official Tortillas and Chips of American Flat Track.