Michael Mosiman is back! – Joins Star Racing Yamaha


Remember Michael Mosiman? The ex-TLD GasGas missed most of the 2023 season due to injuries and didn´t get a contract for this season despite rumors linking him with Triumph Racing. Fortunately, Mosiman has been considered by Star Racing for the remainder of the 250SX West Coast rounds, making his debut by Round 6 in Seattle, on March 23. The deal also includes the entire AMA Pro Motocross series and the SMX rounds as well.

Read the full press release:

Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing is happy to announce that Michael Mosiman has signed a multi-year deal that will see him join their talented 250-team lineup. The Californian will race the remaining rounds of the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship Series, starting with the Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX West Championship and then a full season of the Pro Motocross 250MX Championship to campaign for top honors during the three-round SuperMotocross World Finals.

Mosiman has shown strength and the pace to run up front. He took home his first 250SX win at San Diego Supercross in 2022 and finished third in the Western Regional 250 class that season. Unfortunately, injuries sidelined him from a full season last year. Back to full fitness, a reenergized Mosiman is eager to get back on track with the Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing team and make his debut aboard the YZ250F at Round 6 of the 250SX West Championship at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington, on March 23.

“I am honored to be a part of such a successful team and to be surrounded by so many driven individuals. In my short time of getting to know the Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing team, I have been impressed with the dedication, commitment, and passion they have for the sport and for winning. I am thrilled to be part of the organization and am looking forward to getting back to racing. Being off the bike and away from racing for a bit has allowed me to truly reset and return stronger both physically and mentally. I think the partnership with Star Yamaha could not have come at a better time in my career.”

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