Cameron Smith went a long way toward indicating his potential as an American Flat Track racer in 2017, just his third season as a professional. Smith improved from qualifying for just a single Main in 2015, to scoring a late-season top five in 2016, to racking up eight finishes of sixth or better in ‘17. Highlighted by three top fours, Smith finished sixth overall in the deep and competitive 2017 AFT Singles championship. While he didn’t quite reach the same heights in ‘18 or ‘19, Smith still showed plenty of speed when in the groove, including an impressive fifth-place run at the Minnesota Mile late in 2018. It seems just a matter of time before Smith finally stands on the American Flat Track podium, particularly if he rediscovers his 2017 form. The Pennsylvanian started racing when he was six years old. He looks to AFT SuperTwins pilot Brandon Robinson as a mentor, and like Robinson, Smith is an avid bicyclist.
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