The gifted Trevor Brunner ranks as one of the brightest prospects the world of dirt track has to offer. A first-generation racer, Brunner has been competing on two wheels since the age of three. Not satisfied with his performance at the 2018 AMA Flat Track Grand Championship, Brunner refocused, altering his diet and training with hopes of ending his amatuer career in ideal fashion in 2019. It worked… Brunner walked away with four AMA #1 plates and was named 2019 AMA Nicky Hayden Horizon Award Winner and 2019 AMA Athlete of the Year. The Aurora, Indiana, native made his professional debut in 2020, where his stock continued to rise in stratospheric fashion. He ended his rookie AFT Singles season ranked seventh with a stunning Springfield ST victory serving as exclamation point. If Brunner makes the same sort of leap between his rookie and sophomore seasons as many talented youngsters have before him, he could prove himself a contender for the throne in 2021.
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