Muc-Off is again in Supercross for 2023 – and Brandon Haas, the president of AMA Supercross’s FXR ClubMX crew, is greater than just a little excited.
With final 12 months representing the crew’s inaugural season (and a rarin’ good begin in each the East and West coast of the Monster Power AMA Supercross), this 12 months’s efforts now embody the next 4-rider line-up, in response to Muc-Off’s latest press launch:
- Jeremey Martin (aiming for the 250 Supercross and 250 Motocross Championships)
- Garrett Marchbanks (coming with sturdy finishes in each the 250SX West and the 450MX)
- Enzo Lopez (completed fifth within the) 2020 East Coast Championship
- Phil Nicoletti (our very personal 2019 Triple Crown and 450 Supercross Canadian champion)
‘I’m completely pumped to see Muc-Off again in Supercross once more this upcoming season,” enthuses Alex Trimnell, the CEO of Muc-Off.
“It’s been a core worth of ours to help riders from the grassroots by to the highest stage of the game.”
“We proceed to develop as a crew, and it’s implausible that Muc-Off will proceed to help us for the 2023 season,” provides Haas.
“The Muc-Off crew is extra of a companion than a sponsor…this 12 months, we now have labored intently collectively to help one another in engaging in our objectives. I’m excited to indicate what we’re able to with this new lineup and able to tackle the brand new season.”
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