MXGP reveal 2024 provisional lineup of approved teams

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The 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship will begin with the thrilling MXGP of Patagonia-Argentina on 9th and 10th of March. Villa la Angostura will be hosting its 8th Grand Prix since its debut on the MXGP calendar in 2015.

With 23 teams, 20 Grand Prix events, and the world’s fastest riders gearing up for the battle, the 2024 season is guaranteed to deliver another unforgettable Championship.

FANTIC FACTORY

The new-brand Fantic Factory MXGP Team guided by Louis Vosters from Wilvo will have Dutch pair Glenn Coldenhoff and Roan Van de Moosdijk who will make his 450 debut. As for the MX2 class, under the SM Action structure, the riders will be Spaniard David Braceras and Dutchman Kay Karssemakers.

MXGP:

  • Roan Van de Moosdijk #39
  • Glenn Coldenhoff #259

MX2:

  • David Braceras #22
  • Kay Karssemakers #33

RED BULL GASGAS FACTORY RACING:

Red Bull GasGas Factory Racing will have the reigning champ Jorge Prado as the sole representative in the MXGP class. As for the MX2 class, the team welcomes Marc-Antoine Rossi as a new recruit alongside Simon Langenfelder.

MXGP:

  • Jorge Prado #61

MX2:

  • Simon Langenfelder #516
  • Marc-Antoine Rossi #28
Marc-Antoine Rossi will make his MX2 full season debut in 2024 – Image: GasGas

RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING

Like GasGas, the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team will focus all its MXGP efforts on five-time champion Jeffrey Herlings. As for the MX2 class, Andrea Adamo returns as the new champion alongside Liam Everts and Sacha Coenen as his teammates.

MXGP:

  • Jeffrey Herlings #84

MX2:

  • Andrea Adamo #80/#1
  • Liam Everts #72
  • Sacha Coenen #19
Image: JP Acevedo

NEESTAN HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING

This latest signing completes the Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing squad’s line-up, as Mattia Guadagnini will be the sole representative in the MXGP class. Kay de Wolf and Lucas Coenen will charge towards the MX2 title aboard FC 250 machinery.

MXGP:

  • Mattia Guadagnini #101

MX2:

  • Kay de Wolf #74
  • Lucas Coenen #96

MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA

In a strategic move to build a strong foundation for the future, Yamaha Motor Europe announces the restructuring of its operations in the FIM Motocross World Championship for the 2024 season and beyond.

MXGP:

  • Calvin Vlaanderen #10
  • Jago Geerts #93
  • Maxime Renaux #959

MX2:

  • Andrea Bonacorsi #32
  • Rick Elzinga #44
  • Thibault Benistant #198

Both the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP and MX2 teams will field three riders. Leading Yamaha’s premier class efforts will be long-time Yamaha rider Maxime Renaux. Renaux will be joined on the gate by Jago Geerts, who steps up from MX2 to write the next chapter in his career, and Calvin Vlaanderen, the best performing satellite rider in MXGP who has earned a well-deserved opportunity to race with factory support.

In the MX2 category, the Hutten Metaal Yamaha Official EMX250 Team will step up to the World Championship in 2024 as the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team. Since its debut as an official Yamaha team in 2020, the Wim Hutten managed outfit has celebrated significant success, including 18 race wins, 24 podium finishes, and EMX250 titles with Thibault Benistant in 2020, Rick Elzinga in 2022, and Andrea Bonacorsi in 2023.

MONSTER ENERGY TRIUMPH RACING

Monster Energy Triumph Racing is excited to reveal its MX2 racers for 2024 – Mikkel Haarup and Camden McLellan. In what will be the highly anticipated first year of FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship competition for Monster Energy Triumph Racing, both Mikkel and Camden bring experience, talent, and a clear focus to ensure a successful season in 2024. 

MX2:

  • Camden McLellan #8
  • Mikkel Haarup #11

KAWASAKI KRT

The Kawasaki Racing Team will line up a strong duo next season; Romain and Jeremy won nine of the nineteen GPs this year and collected twenty podiums between them! Both ended the season on the final series podium with a silver medal for the Frenchman and bronze for the Swiss rider who has already contested the FIM Motocross World Championships for more than a decade.

MXGP:

  • Romain Febvre #3
  • Jeremy Seewer #91

HONDA HRC

Five-time world Champion Tim Gajser is set to return alongside Spaniard Ruben Fernandez who won the first run this year in Argentina. Team HRC is also expected to add a new rider in the MX2 class which will be confirmed soon.

MXGP:

  • Ruben Fernandez #70
  • Tim Gajser #243

MX2:

  • To be announced

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