Third-generation racer Dan Bromley ranks as one of the most consistent performers in the American Flat Track paddock regardless of class. That consistency carried him to the 2018 AFT Singles championship and brought him to within ten points of successfully defending his crown in 2019. Over those two campaigns, he logged 28 top-five finishes, 22 of which were podiums. Bromley’s ability to run up front each and every week is all the more impressive considering his stature; he towers over many of his rivals and yet still finds a way to stay in the draft, remain competitive, and occasionally even win on the Miles. While he minimizes his size-related disadvantages on the bigger tracks, Bromley maximizes the inverse on tighter circuits, where he expertly exploits his superior strength and leverage. Bromley established himself a race winner during his rookie year on the undercard in 2012 and finished as the GNC2 championship runner-up in 2015. He graduated to premier class the following season, scoring a best result of fourth at the OKC Mile. However, he chose to return to the Singles class midway through his 2017 campaign in order to re-spark his love for racing. The result was his epic ‘18 title run. Soft spoken but with a competitive edge, Bromley is more mature and better prepared to step up a class in 2020 as a member of the Roof Systems of Dallas AFT SuperTwins outfit.
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