Kolby Carlile and G&G Racing team up for the 2023 Progressive American Flat Track Season.
Kolby Carlile and G&G Racing have partnered up for the 2023 season in Progressive American Flat Track’s Mission SuperTwins class. After winning two championships during their four successful years with Yamaha MT-07 in the Mission Production Twins class, G&G Racing is glad to be returning to premier status for 2023, marking the team’s eighth year in collaboration with Yamaha Racing.
“Yamaha Racing is excited that the G&G Racing Team is making the transition from the Mission Production Twins class to the Mission SuperTwins class. Having won two Production Twins Championships, it is now time to take the next step. The addition of Kolby Carlile, a Parts Unlimited AFT Singles Champion who won his Singles Championship on a Yamaha, will allow the team to continue to battle for Championships. Yamaha Racing is looking forward to the start of the racing season!” – Jim Roach, Yamaha Racing Department Manager for YMUS.
“We are excited to welcome Kolby to the team and look forward to a fun and competitive year. Kolby still has the fire and desire to win races, plus has experience with the Yamaha MT-07. Also, we are thrilled to continue our partnership with Yamaha Racing.” – L.J. Gronek, G&G Racing Team Owner.
“I am so exhilarated to team up with G&G racing going into my tenth season as a professional racer. I have spent a lot of time battling with these bikes since 2019, so I know what they are capable of. We were able to do a test in California, and I liked the bikes as well as working with LJ and John (Gronek). I have vast experience with the Yamaha MT-07, and that is going to translate into this year. The guys at G&G are very relaxed and give me a fun, no-pressure atmosphere which will allow me to excel at my job. My career hasn’t been the easiest the past few years injury-wise, but I am putting all my attention into taking care of my body and doing all I can to be the best racer I can be this year. I can’t wait to get things going in March.” – Kolby Carlile, G&G Racing.