DAYTONA BEACH, FL – December 3, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The Hart Racing Team has assembled a talented group of riders ready to attack the 2015 AMA Pro Flat Track season… and you will hear all the details here first!
Team owner, James Hart, will again be joined this season by Dan Thompson of Hot-Shot Motorworks. Thompson has been designing and developing the Kawasaki Twin – utilizing state a state of the art diagnostics and now creating software specific to that power plant. Thompson has been building flat track power plants since 1977. He and James Hart have worked together since 2013 and feel they have the package to deliver a championship winning motorcycle for their two new riders for 2015.
Furthermore, Hank Scott has joined the team for 2015 as rider coach and trainer. Hank’s Flat Track experience includes 17 Grand National Main Events and is a Dirt Track and AMA Hall of Fame member. In the 70’s and 80’s, Scott won on mile, half-mile and short tracks.
Briar Bauman has an impressive resume.As an amateur he won the coveted AMA Horizon Award, won three main events in his first season competing in GNC 2 and in 2012 was awarded Saddlemen Seats’ Rookie of the Year honors in his first season in GNC 1.
Following two seasons with the Werner-Springsteen team, Bauman has signed with Hart Racing in 2015. We will get his take on joining Hart Racing.
Jake Johnson was a man close to retirement at the end of 2013. Riding for the Lloyd Brothers Ramspur Winery team in 2014 he was a title contender through the final race of the season. We discuss this turn around and what it means to sign with Hart Racing for 2015. Is this the year Johnson wins his 3rd Grand National GNC 1 Championship?
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AMA Hall of Famer Hank Scott joins Hart Racing as rider coach and trainer
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