Marvin Musquin doesn’t have any race plans for the 2024 season


The Frenchman rider revealed on social media that he won´t be part of the 2024 AMA Supercross series.

Musquin, 33 years old, did his last 450SX race back in January at the season opener in Anaheim. He finished 12th in the Main Event and then he was unfortunately injured while training before San Diego’s second round, in what marks his 12th year together with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing in the U.S.

Musquin flew to France for more medical evaluations and after surgery, his time to recover was indefinite, at the end he was out for the remainder of the season on a Supercross-Only deal.

When the SMX season came to an end, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing revealed its lineup we learned that Musquin didn´t re-sign with them after 12 years of relationship. Instead, the team will be featured by Chase Sexton and Aaron Plessinger in the 450SX class and Tom Vialle and Julie Beaumer in the 250SX class.

Ten months later after his last SX race, Musuqin admitted on social media he won´t be part of the 2024 SMX series:

“Hi everyone. Many of you are wondering what I’m up to and what my plans are for the next couple months. What I know for sure is that I won’t be racing the 2024 US Supercross series.I have been taking some good time off to heal my last injury. It’s been fun to get back on the bike and I love riding.I will give you more news as soon as I can. In the meantime I hope to see you at the track for some fun.”

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