Epic battles are in store when current and former American flat track champions clash in the inaugural Flattrack FITE Club as the best-of-the-best square off.  The one-on-one match races will include nine-time Grand National Champion Scott Parker, seven-time Grand National Champion and two-time world motorcycle land speed record holder Chris Carr, three-time Grand National Champion Jay Springsteen and 2000 Grand National Champion and reigning RSD Super Hooligan champ Joe Kopp on the legends side. The list of current stars includes four-time Grand National Champion Jared Mees, 2016 Grand National Champion and mile master Bryan Smith, X Games gold medal winner and perennial fast guy Sammy Halbert and motocross racer and 2019 ISDE champion turned flat tracker Ryan Sipes.

If the thought of Scott Parker battling it out with Jared Mees on Bultacos doesn't make you feel all tingly inside, check your pulse. 

The first-ever Flattrack FITE Klub will be live-streamed on FITE Pay Per View Tuesday, June 9, at 8:30 p.m. ET (5:30 p.m. PT) from an undisclosed quarter-mile track. To level the playing field, racers will compete on Bultaco 360's running the same Dunlop tires. Racers will be able to bring their tuners along to help get the motorcycles dialed in and maybe pull a trick or two out of their bags. Organizers intend on having a dozen or so Bultacos ready to race with a random draw deciding picking order. It will be best of three in the head-to-head match races. According to event organizer Terry Reymer, the first clash of titans will be between former factory Harley teammates Parker and Carr, the two winningest flat track racers ever. The second legendary battle pits Springsteen against Kopp. The first battle between current AFT stars will be the Jammer vs the Slammer as Mees squares off against Halbert, leaving Smith to duke it out with Sipes.

In addition to the much-needed entertainment value the races will provide in a country starved for live-action sports, the event will also raise money for the Rookies of ’79, a wonderful non-profit organization that helps injured flat track riders. Riding gear including helmets, boots and steel shoes autographed by the racers will be auctioned off after the event through www.rookies79.com. Flat track fans are in dire need of some race action as the 2020 AFT season has been on hold since the onset of the pandemic with the first rescheduled race not taking place until July 17 in Florida.

“We want to use this event as an opportunity to entertain sports fans and give back to an amazing charity that is near and dear to us in the flat track racing community,” said Parker in the Flattrack FITE Klub announcement.

FITE is a digital streaming platform for combat sports featuring over 1,000 live events per year. The official PPV live stream will cost $19.99 and can be ordered at Flattrack FITE Klub.

The night before the races fans can watch a free roundtable discussion between riders on FITE. Old rivalries will be rekindled as riders talk about the history of flat track and undoubtedly a little smack-talking will ensue. The Flattrack FITE Klub Roundtable takes place Monday, June 8, at 7 p.m. ET.