Hailing from Niagara Falls, Ontario, Hunter “Showtime” Bauer has been racing since he was old enough to swing his leg over a bike. He made short work of progressing through the ranks in Canada, and has shown exceptional skill throughout. From his first Flat Track Canada National Championship race in 2012 at age 7 through competing in Intermediate in 2018, he progressed a class a year and won the championship each year, aside from a runner-up placement in 2017. Bauer was also named Most Promising Rider in 2016. In his 2019 Canadian Pro debut at the minimum-required age of 15, he was awarded Rookie of the Year and ranked fourth in the Flat Track Canada National Championship. With no 2020 Canadian National series due to COVID-19 and still too young to race Progressive AFT, he was unable to compete professionally for a season. Bauer made up for lost time in 2021, flashing impressive speed in his Progressive AFT rookie campaign, most notably when he earned a top-five finish in the Parts Unlimited AFT Singles Main Event at the OKC Mile II.
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