3 hours in the past | Phrases: Matt Bernard | Pictures: KTM Photographs

Shocking information has emerged from the world of MXGP, as Antonio Cairoli and KTM have formally determined to half methods. KTM’s official press launch, supplied beneath, sheds some mild on the state of affairs:

A protracted, fruitful collaboration involves an finish this 12 months as KTM and Tony Cairoli will separate to pursue new skilled targets for 2024.

The Sicilian joined Pink Bull KTM Manufacturing unit Racing late in 2009 and made a right away impression in his first season in 2010; profitable the MX1 (now ‘MXGP’) title with the KTM 350 SX-F after which added an extra 4 crowns consecutively. He then claimed the 2017 championship with the KTM 450 SX-F and has been a preferred ambassador for the squad, the corporate and the game for twelve years and to his Grand Prix retirement on the finish of 2021.

Tony transitioned right into a Workforce Supervisor position for Pink Bull KTM Manufacturing unit Racing for 2023 and has now determined to take his post-racing profession in a special route.

KTM and everybody on the Pierer Mobility Group want to thank Tony for his vitality and his excellence and for the unforgettable motocross recollections.

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