American Flat Track action. (AFT Photo)

Tickets On Sale For AFT’s Return To Senoia

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Tickets for the Senoia Short Track, the third round of the Progressive American Flat Track season, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, are now available for purchase. 

The series is set to make just their second-ever appearance at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia, on March 23. 

Last year’s inaugural edition was a stunning success that set the tone for an historic Mission SuperTwins championship fight. The high-banked, three-eighths-mile clay oval proved itself an ideal battlefield for America’s Original Extreme Sport.

Described in the immediate aftermath by winner Jared Mees as “a fistfight in a phone booth,” Mees edged rival Dallas Daniels by 0.174 seconds to conclude a breathtaking dogfight for victory. The win helped settle the score after Daniels made his championship ambitions clear with a double win two weeks earlier in the season-opening Daytona Short Track I & II and laid the groundwork for the intense championship battle to come.

This season’s schedule mirrors that of a year ago, while also allowing the likes of Briar Bauman, Brandon Robinson, Davis Fisher and company to properly announce their arrivals as serious contenders next year. 

Founded in 1969 and recently updated after being acquired by its original owners, the famed Pollard family, Senoia Raceway is a cornerstone of the Georgia dirt track scene. Located just south of Atlanta, the track retains its small-town charms despite its modernization initiatives.

“We are excited for the AFT to be heading back to Senoia Raceway in March 2024,” said Andrea Pollard, owner of Senoia Raceway. “The 2023 race brought great excitement and an amazing turnout, and we know that 2024 will be even bigger and better. We look forward to continuing our partnership with this outstanding organization.”