One of the more versatile riders in the paddock, Hayden Gillim often competes in flat track events as well as his normal MotoAmerica schedule. In 2016, Gillim finished fifth in the Superstock 1000 class with a best of second place in New Jersey. In 2017, Gillim matched that with another fifth in the championship. In 2018, the Kentuckian moved to the Supersport class where he ended the season ranked second behind his friend and neighbor JD Beach. Gillim starts the season as the favorite to earn the 2019 Supersport crown on his Rickdiculous Racing Yamaha.
|Superstock 1000 Championship||5th|