Fisher to Pilot Rackley Racing Indian FTR750
Posted on behalf of Rackley Racing
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 28, 2023) – Rackley Racing will be the title sponsor for Mission SuperTwins race winner Davis Fisher during the 2023 Progressive American Flat Track season.
Stockton, California’s Geramy Rackley, team owner of Rackley Racing, is a former racer who now actively gives back to the younger generation of riders. He’s been supporting racers in Progressive AFT since the 2019 season and adds one of the paddock’s most talented and hard-working riders in Fisher to its roster for the upcoming season.
Fisher is a former Parts Unlimited AFT Singles champion who has since developed into a premier-class power. He’s finished inside the championship top ten with top-five results in each of the series’ most recent six seasons, highlighted by four podiums and a victory.
Rackley will prep the team’s Indian Motorcycle FTR750s during the week and get them to the track. Davis’ father, Rex Fisher, will fly in and serve as his mechanic on race day with Geramy Rackley standing as Crew Chief to oversee the entire operation.
“I am more than excited to race the Rackley Racing Indian FTR750s this season,” said Fisher. “I was able to finish out the season in 2022 getting comfortable on Rackley’s bikes. Seeing the work he puts into his equipment and the team, I knew we would work well together. After getting my first win at the end of 2021, I’ve been hungry for more. I believe being under the Rackley tent, we can get another win!”
Rackley said, “I am ready to get the 2023 season started. We’re coming in full force this year with competitive bikes and a great group of racers. Our team is backed by sponsors including Wells Tuned, Twisted Development, PCP Motorsports, Pro Plates, Rekluse, Integ Motorsports Motion Pro ODI, and World Wide Bearing.”
Fisher, who hails from Warren, Oregon, comes to Rackley Racing after competing aboard his own Mission SuperTwins machinery in five of his seven premier-class seasons. Alongside Rackley Racing, long-time sponsor Bob Lanphere will continue to support Fisher for the ‘23 season. Bob Lanphere’s Beaverton Motorcycles opened in 1964 and BMC Racing has supported Fisher’s racing efforts for 15 years. The Lanphere Auto Group owns a number of car and motorcycle dealerships throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Additionally, Fisher will continue to receive support from Dan Wall of Wall 60 Racing, Jerry Stinchfield of Roof Systems of Dallas, Texas, Elkhart Indian Motorcycles, Rod Lake Racing, Steve Simon of Allied Motors, Jeff Celorie of Celorie Bros. Trucking, and Arai Helmets.