Pro Circuit Kawasaki re-signs with two riders for 2025

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On the latest PulpMX Show with Steve Matthes, Mitch Payton from Pro Circuit Kawasaki confirmed that Cameron McAdoo and Seth Hammaker have both signed new deals for 2025 and beyond with Pro Circuit Kawasaki.

McAdoo is currently in his fifth year with the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team. In each of those five seasons, he has collected several podium finishes, including three race wins along with the first of his career in supercross and has also led the championship a couple of times. Unfortunately, injuries have taken him off the title path just like this year.

Hammaker has been with Pro Circuit since his debut season in 2021, where he surprised by taking victory in only his third race. But like McAdoo, injuries have deprived him of consistency. This year he missed two rounds.

“Levi’s [Kitchen] got a deal and that’s solid and I’m really happy about that,” said Payton about signing Kitchen for this season. “But Seth’s contract was up, and Cameron’s contract was up, and I just re-signed both of them. I’m really happy about that. Some teams, they flush guys real quick. For me, the biggest thing is, if I feel like they’re giving me 100 percent and they’re not winning, then we need to help them. Once you get to know them, and you know they’re giving you everything they can do, what else do I want from them? Yeah, their speed might not be there that day, but we can work on that. Or maybe they got a little tired. We can work on that. Flipping guys all the time, you might get a guy that looks fantastic, and then you realize, he’s worse than the guy you had.”

Meanwhile the future of Austin Forkner and Max Vohland within the team is still uncertain. Both were ruled out for the remainder of AMA Supercross after getting injured in the first rounds of the West and East Coasts, with contracts reportedly set to expire at the end of 2024.

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