Up-and-comer Cole Zabala enjoyed his strongest American Flat Track campaign to date in 2019, notching up five top-tens in eight AFT Singles starts. Illinois resident Zabala’s passion for bicycling as a child inspired him to put a motorcycle on his Christmas wish list. It wasn’t long after unwrapping his new ride that he was lining up on local racetracks and establishing himself a local hotshot in hare scrambles and TTs. Zabala first raced a genuine flat tracker in 2014 and turned pro just two years later. He’s been a top-ten AFT Singles race finisher each season since and added an AFT Production Twins top ten in 2018 for good measure. The naturally athletic Zabala was also a standout high school wrestler. That experience allowed him to further hone his balance, body control, and competitive nature. These days, he trains on two wheels across a number of disciplines, riding motocross, woodland, and sand circuits to prepare for the American Flat Track season.
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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|
|2018||AFT Production Twins||9||0||1||0||6||6||6.0||0||5||5||5.0||0|
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