Indiana native Kasey Sciscoe began to reap the rewards for all his hard work and dedication during his third year as a professional during the 2022 Progressive American Flat Track season. The grandson of a racer, Sciscoe started riding at age four and was racing shortly after that. He made the leap from the amateur competition to the professional ranks in 2020. His maiden season in Parts Unlimited AFT Singles duty proved difficult as he sought the speed and consistency to make his mark against a deep and talented field. However, he successfully took all he learned in ‘20 and applied it to his sophomore campaign in ‘22, scoring points in multiple Parts Unlimited AFT Singles races while notching up a pair of top tens in Mission Production Twins action. Sciscoe continued his rapid ascension in a 2022 season that was spent focused on the Mission Production Twins class. Despite suffering a number of mechanical DNFs, he was also a frequent top-ten contender, earning a best finish of eighth at the Peoria TT. Along with flat track, Sciscoe sharpens his two-wheeled skills riding motocross and hare scrambles.
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|Year||Cls||Stnd||Pts||St||Wins||Best Fin||Worst Fin||Avg Fin||Poles||Best Qual||Worst Qual||Avg Qual||Laps Led|
|2022||AFT Production Twins||14||77||12||0||8||16||11.9||0||7||17||12.3||0|
|2021||AFT Production Twins||16||63||9||0||9||17||12.0||0||9||16||12.7||0|
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