PHOENIX (September 26, 2019) – Fresh off of the team’s successful weekend at the Minnesota Mile, Estenson Racing’s Ryan Wells and Dallas Daniels head to the American Flat Track season finale at the Meadowlands Mile looking to return to the top step of the podium on September 28.
Wells narrowly missed the win last weekend at Canterbury Park by .004 of a second. The 2016 AFT Singles Champion is eager to get another crack at it this Saturday aboard the Estenson Racing Yamaha YZ450F. Just across the river from his home state of New York, Wells was the fastest qualifier and finished fourth last year at the inaugural Meadowlands Mile. With three Mile wins already to his resume, he would love to score another victory and move into second on the all-time win list in the class.
Daniels continues to impress since joining the professional ranks earlier this June. The 16-year-old finished right behind Wells at the previous outing, scoring his third podium in his debut season. Like his teammate, the fast boy from Illinois is eager to get back on a Mile track and try for another win in 2019.Ryan Wells – AFT Singles #94:
“I’m ready to head into the last round, the Meadowlands Mile. I feel super good and confident going into it. It should be a pretty similar riding style to this past weekend’s race. Obviously, we figured a lot of good things out. Coming off of my second place there, I think we should be able to make another bid for the front and hopefully move up a spot and try to finish the year off with a win. I really can’t wait. I’m having a blast this year. It sucks that we’re getting this momentum at the very end, but we’ll take it, try and keep it rolling and head into the off season with some confidence.”Dallas Daniels – AFT Singles #163:
“After watching last year and seeing how awesome the track was, I’m really looking forward the Meadowlands Mile. It will be cool to ride a different type of cushion track, that’s not only a cushion but a Mile, in pretty much the city of New York. I think it’s the race I’m looking forward to the most.”