PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association congratulates the 14 riders who won class titles at the 2019 AMA Flat Track Grand Championship.
The annual four-day national championship event features the best amateur racers in the nation vying for AMA No. 1 plates while competing in three formats of flat track racing. The event took place at the Ashland County Fairgrounds in Ashland, Ohio, on July 23 and at the Triangle Motorcycle Club in Harpster, Ohio, on July 24-26.
"Winning a class title at the AMA Flat Track Grand Championship is no easy feat," AMA Track Racing Manager Ken Saillant said. "Riders must have the endurance to compete in four days of intense competition and the versatility to perform well in short track, half mile and TT racing. These 14 riders are deserving champions, and we look forward to honoring them at the 2019 AMA Championship Banquet."
Five of the 14 riders won multiple class titles, including 16-year-old Trevor Brunner.
The Aurora, Ind., resident was the championship's top performer, winning four class championships.
The other riders who captured multiple AMA No. 1 plates were Colton Shafer of Fresno, Calif., Chase Saathoff of Hillsboro, Ill., Travis Horn of La Verne, Calif., and Riley Nauta of Worongary, Queensland, Australia, each taking two titles.
The 2019 AMA Flat Track Grand Championship featured more than 800 entries competing in 21 classes. Class champions will be honored as part of the AMA's Legends & Champions Weekend, which is scheduled to take place in Columbus, Ohio, on Dec. 6-7.
2019 AMA Flat Track Grand Championship - Class Champions