Category: Ronnie Jones

Photo Gallery: Behind the Scenes in 2019

Here’s a behind the scenes look at the 2019 season for the Estenson Racing team. Photos by Andrea Wilson

Ronnie Jones: Making a Run for the Record Books

Ronnie Jones retired from full-time racing back in 2000, but the multi-time Grand National winner never quite hung up his steel shoe altogether. Fast forward nineteen years later and he’s still lining up in the premier class of American Flat Track. Jones, who turned pro in 1979, is looking to achieve a personal goal of ...

Photo Gallery: Springfield 2019

A look back at the Springfield Short Track and Springfield Mile doubleheader this past Labor Day weekend at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. Photos By Andrea Wilson

Photo Gallery: Laconia Short Track

Here’s a look back at the inaugural Laconia Short Track through the lens of Andrea Wilson.

Photo Gallery: Red Mile

Here’s a look back at the Red Mile through the lens of Andrea Wilson.

Photo Gallery: Best of 2018

Here’s a look back at our 2018 American Flat Track season through the lens of Andrea Wilson.

A Much Better Springfield II For Jake Johnson

AFT Twins riders were met with atypical track conditions at the 100th running of the Springfield Mile this Labor Day weekend. Leading the way for the Estenson Racing squad was Jake Johnson, while veteran Ronnie Jones and rookie Kolby Carlile both struggled. Going into the race, Johnson said he preferred a rougher track than the ...

Ronnie Jones Returns For Another Ride

Estenson Racing heads to Springfield, Illinois, and one of American Flat Track’s legendary venues for the 100th running of the Springfield Mile on September 2. Returning to Springfield for the second time this season is semi-retired racer Ronnie Jones. The veteran had a great showing earlier this spring not only making the Main for the ...

Ronnie Jones Scores Top-10 Finish At The Springfield Mile

The two-part Springfield Mile I was a bag of mixed results for the Estenson Racing Team, with an impressive ninth-place finish for semi-retired racer Ronnie Jones and disappointing results for the team’s regulars – Jake Johnson and Kolby Carlile – at round seven of the American Flat Track AFT Twins Championship. In just his third ...