The following press release is from Infront Moto Racing on behalf of DMSB:
Monster Energy FIM MXoN Team Germany selections revealed
The 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross Germany Team has been confirmed: Max Nagl (MXGP), Simon Längenfelder (MX2) and Tom Koch (Open) will represent the team at Red Bud USA at the end of September German team.
Marcel Dornhöfer and Karsten Schneider are DMSB nominated Team Managers in the role of Team Boss in a multi-organization group. Both parties will share sporting and administrative tasks, which have become increasingly diverse and extensive in recent years.
Motocross International, or MXoN for short, is the most prestigious MX race in the world. year. This year’s World Team Championship will be held at the legendary American race track “Red Bud” near Buchanan, Michigan from September 24-25. After 2018, the event went back to being associated with spectacular jumps and a great atmosphere around the track with a team lineup. Max Nagl (MXGP, Krettek-Haas-Racing-Team), Simon Längenfelder (MX2, Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing) and Tom Koch (Open, Kosak Racing Team) will compete in Monster Energy FIM MXoN Team Germany.
Team owners Dornhöfer and Schneider would like to thank all the riders, partners and sponsors without whom the Monster Energy FIM International Motocross competition would not be possible. “To hold such an event, you need not only the right budget, but also experience and manpower. We could not have held this event without the DMSB, ADAC and our sponsors, so we are very grateful to all the Germans’ team of supporters. ”
The following press release is from the Infront team on behalf of RFME
Spain Monster Energy FIM MXoN Team Announced
Teams of Spanish colors will be defended in the most important race this year, the Monster Energy FIM Motocross will take place this year at Redbud MX USA this weekend of September 24-25 Road held.
The three pilots chosen by Paco Rico allow us to dream of something very important. In the MXGP class, the captain of the Spanish army will compete with two-time MX2 world champion and Red Bull GasGas Factory rider Jorge Prado. Honda rider Rubén Fernández, who also knows what it’s like to be on the MXGP podium this year and has shown a very high level and magnificent form, will be in the Open class, while the MX2 class rider will be Guillem Farrés.
The team will have José Antonio Butrón, the current EMXOpen European Championship leader and this year’s EliteMX1 Spanish Champion, as a backup rider, ready to defend the color Spain in any of the three categories if necessary, like He has done the same many times before.
National coach Paco Rico: “We are probably one of the youngest teams to be led by top drivers who can make us dream of everything this year. I hope you have a great day, Can show your potential and participation in the Spanish team. I know very well that in the next few years there are a lot of numbers for a new generation of riders to take us to the drawer finally. We’ve seen Jorge and Rubén together in MXGP this year On the podium, Guillem showed his international level in MX2, which has not been overlooked by the big teams, a very promising future awaits him. I am sure they will give everything to achieve a good result. I would like to thank RFME’s Full support and effort to have the Spanish team at the MXON in the US.”
The following press release is from Infront Racing on behalf of Team Japan:
Team Japan confirms rider selection for Monster Energy FIM Motocross
Team Japan has confirmed their three riders will be on September 24th to On the 25th in Red Bud, USA for the 2022 Monster Energy FIM National Motocross!
Oshiro Kainosuke will lead the team in the MXGP class. The 22-year-old was Japan’s all-time champion in the MX2 class last season before switching to MX1 this year, with his maiden win last month as Japan’s strongest rider.
Shimoda Jo will be racing in MX2, which is an important position as an ace. 20-year-old Shimoda has two wins in the AMA MX250.
Toriyabe Kota will participate in the open group. The 24-year-old, the oldest on the team, has improved his skills by competing in the Australian Championship and is now vying for the top spot in the all-Japan MX2.
In the past, Japan’s best results were 6th in France in 2000 and Belgium in 2003, and this time the team hopes to achieve another success in the United States.
The team manager is former Suzuki factory rider and JMX race director Takashi Atsuta, brother of Yoshitaka Atsuta who raced MXGP from 2002 to 2005.
The following press release is from the Australian Motorcycle Association:
Australian MXstore Team Announced for 2022 Motocross of Nations (MXoN) )
2022, One Year The one-time national team event, Motocross of Nations (MXoN) will be held at Red Bud Raceway in Michigan, USA.
In 2022, the all-Honda MXstore Australia team will include:
MX1 – Mitch Evans
MX2 – Lawrence Hunter MX Open – Jett Lawrence
Team Manager – Michael Byrne
Assistant Team Manager – Gary Benn
This will be the first time the Lawrence brothers have raced together for Australia (Hunter in 2018 MX2 in 2017 and 2017) In MXoN, importantly, this will be the first time Jett Lawrence has landed a 450cc machine in the Open class at this level. Mitch Evans raced the Open class in 2018 and MX2 in 2016.
This will also mark Australia’s return to MXoN after a 2021 absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the same reason that the event was cancelled in 2020.
Team Australia will join Michael Byrne at the prestigious Red Buds location as a former long-time-timer after securing MXstore support for its 2022 campaign Team Manager Gary Benn acts as Assistant Manager/Tutor.
All three MXoN riders will arrive in Michigan in great form. Jett Lawrence currently leads the AMA Pro Motocross 250 class, brother Hunter is second and Mitch Evans is currently 10th in the MXGP World Championship with multiple top 10 finishes in the ’22 season.
Australian Motorcycle Association chief executive Peter Doyle: “If you’re going to miss a few Motocross events, this is the best way to announce your return The best way! This is an outstanding team with talented drivers ready to give their all for their country.
“Jett and Hunter racing in the US on their familiar track is a A big challenge advantage and Mitch In MX1, we think this trio is a red-hot opportunity to take home our first MXoN championship.
“On behalf of the wider motorcycle community in Massachusetts and Australia, I would like to thank American Honda and Honda Australia for their help and for resolving our ongoing logistical and support issues.
“Thanks also to MXstore for the support, we all wish the best for Team Australia!
The 2022 Motocross International will be held in Red Bud, Michigan, USA from September 22-24, 2022.
Related For more information, visit the website: https://www.ma.org.au/mxon-22/