Sammy Halbert brings his veteran experience to the Harley-Davidson Factory Flat Track Racing Team in 2018. Since his first pro season in 2006, Halbert has won 13 times in Grand National competition. Always a tenacious competitor, he placed third in the Twins championship chase in 2015, scored four wins and finished second in the championship in 2012. He had four wins and a third-place finish, in 2011. Halbert was named AMA “Ricky Graham Rookie of the Year” in 2006 and won his first Grand National race at the 2007 Castle Rock TT. Racing for Estenson Logistics in 2017, Halbert placed fourth in AFT Twins points with five podium results and 14 top-10 finishes. Halbert is 30 years old and lives in Graham, Wash.
2016 | Secured a total of 11 Top 10s and finished fifth in the GNC1 points, with a win at Daytona I and two additional podiums (Daytona II, COTA). Raced for Lloyd Brother’s Motorsports/Ducati and Wieblers Harley-Davidson.
2014 | A fan favorite, Halbert raced in all but one GNC1 main event and recorded podium finishes at Daytona and Knoxville. In all, he had six top fives.
2013 | Injuries caused Halbert to miss roughly half of the season. Still managed one victory and an 11th place finish in GNC Expert Twins competition.
2012 | Competed at a very high level in all classes. Rode his Harley-Davidson with extreme tenacity all season long but came up just short of a GNC Combined title. Accounted for four total wins and 12 top 5 finishes. Made every Main Event and was the pole sitter at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
2011 | Began the year by winning both Daytona Grand National short track races. Sammy took first-place in the GNC Singles with three first-place finishes. In the GNC races he earned a total of 19 Top10s, 16 of them being Top5s. Raced with Kings Kustoms Woody Kyle Racing Harley Davidson/Yamaha.
2010 | 4th place in the Grand National Championship with 1 win
2009 | Overall Grand National Champion.
2007 | First AMA GNC win at the Castle Rock, Washington, TT
2006 | AMA Ricky Graham Rookie of the Year.
2007 | Pro Sport Hot-Shoe National Champion