Already established as one of the top young racers on the four-wheel dirt track scene, Aidan RoosEvans recently returned to his first love of motorcycles with the goal of winning the Parts Unlimited AFT Singles title. Second-generation racer RoosEvans started racing at the tender age of four and was a 14-time AMA Flat Track amateur national champion by the time he was 10. After switching his focus to auto racing, RoosEvans was named 2018 Warrior Region ASCR Rookie of the Year and won multiple King of the Kart titles. Upon returning to two-wheeled racing. RoosEvans immediately found his early form and was a factor as a rookie in 2020. He proved to be a Main Event regular and notched up a pair of top tens. He was even stronger in ‘21, scoring three top tens including a seventh-place result at the Springfield ST. The Illinois native will race for Southern Illinois Motorsports Honda in 2022.
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