The SuperTwins era of American Flat Track will see two riders on Yamaha-supported Estenson Racing MT-07s. They are JD Beach, in his first full season of pro flat track, and Kolby Carlile, the former AFT Singles champ moving up from the Production Twins class.
Additionally, Cory Texter will be defending his 2019 AFT Production Twins title on the G&G Yamaha MT-07 (that is featured in SB39). Across all three classes, the Japanese brand won 12 races in 2019.
AFT has a shared news that, 'Athletes who compete on Yamaha machinery will benefit from the brand's generous contingency offerings for the 2020 season. Totaling $444,550 across all three classes, Yamaha's 2020 contingency package represents the largest thus far for the upcoming season.'
There were no details shared on the contingency or how it will potentially be shared out, but there is no way on earth that total figure will possibly be paid out.