AMA Supercross 2024 Teams Lineup

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The silly season has been full of movements since October, and now with just less than a month until the start of the 2024 SuperMotocross series starting with the AMA Supercross season opener at Anaheim 1 on January 6, we give you a sneak peak all the main teams lineups that are already officially presented.


Heading up Team Honda HRC is Jett Lawrence, who at 20 years old has already accumulated six AMA crowns, including three in 2023—the 250SX West title, the AMA Pro Motocross 450 championship, and the inaugural SuperMotocross title. The 2024 season will be Jett’s first campaigning the premier class indoors. Joining Jett aboard another factory CRF450RWE is his brother Hunter Lawrence, who last season earned the 250SX East and AMA Pro Motocross 250 crowns. Jo Shimoda takes Hunter’s old spot aboard the team’s CRF250R, along with returning racer Chance Hymas. The four-rider lineup is among the strongest ever fielded by the squad, which is intent on carrying its success forward into the coming season.


  • Jett Lawrence #18 SX / #1 MX & WSX
  • Hunter Lawrence #96


  • Jo Shimoda #30
  • Chance Hymas #48

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing will field the all-star line-up of Chase Sexton and Aaron Plessinger on the KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION in 2024, alongside Tom Vialle and Julien Beaumer, who will each be READY TO RACE with the KTM 250 SX-F FACTORY EDITION under the guidance of Team Manager Ian Harrison.


  • Chase Sexton #1 SX / #23 MX
  • Aaron Plessinger #7


  • Tom Vialle #16
  • Julien Beaumer #929

Monster Energy Kawasaki & Pro Circuit

Jason Anderson and Adam Cianciarulo are back with the Monster Energy Kawasaki team for 2024 as both riders will pilot an all-new KX450 in the full SuperMotocross World Championship Series. The two have already begun testing the new bike and spent the week after the LA SMX round fine-tuning their new-gen machine. Representing the 250 class but under the Pro Circuit´s Mitch Payton guidance will be returning riders Austin Forkner, Cameron McAdoo, and Seth Hammaker, as well as incomers Levi Kitchen and Max Vohland.


  • Adam Cianciarulo #9
  • Jason Anderson #21


  • Max Vohland #20
  • Seth Hammaker #43
  • Levi Kitchen #47
  • Cameron McAdoo #63
  • Austin Forkner #64

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna

An expanded five-rider Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team will take centerstage when the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship (SMX) season commences with the AMA Supercross Championship season-opener at Anaheim on Saturday, January 6, led by 450SX duo Malcolm Stewart and Christian Craig, alongside 250SX contenders RJ Hampshire, Guillem Farres and Casey Cochran.


  • Malcolm Stewart #27
  • Christian Craig #28


  • RJ Hampshire #24
  • Guillem Farres #83
  • Casey Cochran #166

Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha

Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing heads into the highly anticipated 2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season ready for battle with three returning champions and the potent YZ450F. Two-time 450SX Champion and four-time Pro Motocross 450MX Champion Eli Tomac is joined by two-time 450SX Champion Cooper Webb and 2021 250SX West Champion Justin Cooper. The team is also excited to welcome Progressive Insurance to its industry-leading partners that support the team’s championship-winning pursuits in the SuperMotocross League. The 250 squad has a talented eight-rider line-up. Reigning 250SMX Champion Haiden Deegan, Jordon Smith, Nate Thrasher, Stilez Robertson, Nick Romano, and new addition Enzo Lopes are eager to launch their title runs as the Monster Energy AMA Supercross season approaches. Leading the campaign for the team’s amateur program in Supercross Futures is Gavin Towers.


  • Cooper Webb #2
  • Eli Tomac #3
  • Justin Cooper #32


  • Haiden Deegan #38 / #1 SMX
  • Jordon Smith #31
  • Enzo Lopes #50
  • Nate Thrasher #57
  • Daxton Bennick #59
  • Stilez Robertson #61
  • Nick Romano #511
  • Gavin Towers #15 (Amateur)

Troy Lee Designs Red Bull GasGas

The Troy Lee Designs Red Bull GasGas Factory Racing Team breaks cover just shy of the 2024 SuperMotocross series with their official team announcement. Technically this was revealed earlier in the year when GasGas announced their new Moto 1 E-Bike, but this is the first time we’ve seen Justin Barcia, Pierce Brown and Ryder DiFrancesco, the complete team in gear and with their official team graphics. And don’t forget Jorge Prado is also set to run the first three rounds of Supercross under the TLD tent.


  • Justin Barcia #51
  • Jorge Prado #111 (First three SX rounds)


  • Ryder DiFrancesco #34
  • Pierce Brown #39

Liqui Moly Beta Team

The two riders making up Beta’s inaugural campaign in Supercross are Benny Bloss and Colt Nichols. Both riders have been busy testing and putting the new Beta 450 RX through its paces as they prepare for the 2024 season.


  • Colt Nichols #45
  • Benny Bloss #67


The HEP Motorsports and BARX Suzuki teams arrive back to represent Suzuki with strong returning talent along with promising new recruits. The Pipes Motorsports Group’s dual team effort will again compete in the 450-class championship. The 2024 Toyota Redlands BARX Suzuki squad will field a solid lineup of five riders competing for action across both 250 and 450 classes.


  • Kyle Chisholm #11
  • Shane McElrath #12
  • Ken Roczen #94
  • Derek Drake #53 (BarX)


  • Dilan Schwartz #40
  • Max Miller #87
  • Preston Boespflug #128
  • Anthony Bourdon #945


For 2024 and beyond, Phoenix Racing and Factory Connection will tackle this new 450 Class project to take on the AMA Monster Energy Supercross, AMA Pro Motocross, and the SuperMotocross World Championship. Their sole focus in the 450 class is set to be 29-year-old Dylan Ferrandis, while in the 250 class, the team brought Cullin Park.


  • Dylan Ferrandis #14


  • Cullin Park #58

Muc-Off ClubMX Yamaha

With the last addition of Shock, ClubMX Yamaha completes a total of six riders in its ranks for the 2024 season joining Jeremy Martin and Jett Reynolds to contest the 250SX East Coast starting February 3. The West Coast will feature Garrett Marchbanks and Phil Nicoletti. Mark Fineis will compete in the SX Futures rounds before jumping to the pro divisions in AMA Pro Motocross.


  • Jeremy Martin #6
  • Garrett Marchbanks #26
  • Phil Nicoletti #36
  • Coty Shock #69
  • Jett Reynolds #99
  • Mark Fineis #105 (SX Futures / Pro MX)

FirePower Honda

The Australian-based team is ready for another season in the USA. Australians SX1 and SX2 champs Dean Wilson and Max Anstie will be the sole representatives in each class. Its expected to see the team on a only-sx deal.


  • Dean Wilson #15
  • Max Anstie #37


There is no official word yet. Savatgy has confirmed his two-year deal with Triumph. Signing for 2024 and 2025, with 2024 being a 250 Pro Motocross-only deal. He currently can’t race 250 Supercross due to an out-of-date point-out rule. The rumor about the team being titled sponsor by Monster Energy in the US has started to fade though…


  • Jalek Swoll #33 ??
  • Michael Mosiman #76 ??
  • Joey Savatgy #17 (MX Only) ??

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