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AJ Flick


AJ Flick is a 3rd generation championship driver from Pennsylvania. He began racing go-karts at five years old, where he earned three championships. AJ moved into Street Stocks at 17, using a car he designed and built from scratch the previous winter. His only spares were two tires borrowed from another competitor. To continue racing, his goal was to bring the car home in one piece each night. AJ won races and gained overwhelming respect from fans and competitors for his determination, driving style and work ethic.

In 2014, AJ took a huge step by moving into the 410 Sprint Car division. With no experience in the division, he had a true rookie season. It was so successful that AJ became 1 of only 3 drivers to be nominated for the National 410 Sprint Car Rookie of the Year Award presented by the Knoxville Speedway Hall of Fame. Then, in just his 2nd season of racing sprint cars, he became the 2015 Lernerville Speedway 410 Sprint Car Champion.

AJ was a co-creator for the Pave the Clay charity event to benefit the Steve King Foundation and the Injured Drivers Fund. In only his second annual running of this event, he raised over $1700 for hurt and injured drivers across the nation. AJ is beyond excited to be a part of the prestigious #TeamChampion and promises to represent himself in a professional manner, on and off the speedway and looks forward to representing #TeamChampion at every race in the 2016 season.

This past year was great with gaining the title of 2017 Lernerville Speedway Champion and becoming the Fast Time Award Winner at the Lou Blaney Memorial race. Along with 11 podium finishes AJ completed the 4th Annual Pave the Clay Charity Event in 2017 which has now raised $14,000 for the Injured Drivers Foundation Run by the Steve Kind Organization. With assistance from Champion, in 2017 AJ came out of the racing season successful and ready to concur 2018

Tags: Winged Sprint Car, Drivers
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