• Motocross | Supercross

  • MOTOCROSS / SUPERCROSS

    The disciplines of motocross and supercross are framed by several incredibly popular and well-organized racing series on a global scale. Thousands and thousands of fans and spectators fill stadiums around North America for the AMA Supercross Championship, that runs between January and May before the U.S season filters in AMA Pro National Motocross and concludes with the SuperMotocross-specific dates. AMA Supercross and Motocross is based on strict production rules, casting each 450 and 250 SX and MX category as superb promotional platforms for KTM’s innovative KTM SX motorcycles.

    Outside of American borders, the FIM Motocross World Championship – ‘MXGP’ – is an internationally renowned and historic contest that originated in 1957. KTM have an important connection and legacy in Grand Prix stretching back to the earliest years. MXGP now visits at least three continents and reaches twenty rounds in eight months. MXGP is arguably the most technical and diverse test of motocross skills and machinery but also has a prototype rulebook, enabling KTM to display the finer points of the KTM 450 SX-F in the MXGP class and the KTM 250 SX-F in MX2 but also trial new developments for both racing and serial production of the future.

    Red Bull KTM have claimed an FIM Motocross World Championship (in either MXGP or MX2) every season bar one since 2008. From 2009 five different riders have won multiple MX2 titles, including Andrea Adamo’s MX2 title victory of 2023, while Jeffrey Herlings (a Red Bull KTM racer since 2010) holds the current world record for the most Grand Prix victories in Motocross. In 2024, Harrison Norton, new Team Manager, will oversee the MXGP team consisting of Herlings in the MXGP category, defending World Champion, Adamo and fellow teammates Sacha Coenen and Liam Everts in MX2. 

    For 2024 the Red Bull KTM North American wing will enter 2023 450SX Champion Chase Sexton, who will make his debut in the new orange colours, partnered by Aaron Plessinger on the 450SX-F. In the 250 division, former MX2 World Champion, Tom Vialle will enter his second season of AMA racing, alongside new teammate Julien Beaumer. 

                                            Riders

    Marvin Musquin

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    FIRST NAME MARVIN
    LAST NAME MUSQUIN
    TEAM RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING
    START NUMBER 25
    NATION FRANCE
    BIRTHDAY DECEMBER 30 1989
    HEIGHT/WEIGHT 5'9"/145LBS
    BIKE KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION
    MECHANIC KYLE DEFOE
    CLASS US 450SX | US 450MX

    Aaron Plessinger

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    BEST RESULTS:

    2022 – 7th AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 450 CHAMPIONSHIP
    2022 – 19th AMA SUPERCROSS 450SX CHAMPIONSHIP
    2021 – 10th AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 450 CHAMPIONSHIP
    2021 – 5th AMA SUPERCROSS 450SX CHAMPIONSHIP
    2020 – 11th AMA SUPERCROSS 450SX CHAMPIONSHIP
    2019 – 16th AMA SUPERCROSS 450SX CHAMPIONSHIP
    2019 – 21st AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 450 CHAMPIONSHIP
    2018 – AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 250 CLASS CHAMPION
    2015 – PRO MOTOCROSS 250 CLASS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    2015 – 250SX ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

    Jeffrey Herlings

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    FIRST NAME JEFFREY
    LAST NAME HERLINGS
    TEAM RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING
    START NUMBER 84
    NATION THE NETHERLANDS
    BIRTHDAY SEPT 12 1994
    HEIGHT/WEIGHT 183CM/80KG
    BIKE KTM 450 SX-F
    MECHANIC MICHELE DORO
    CLASS MXGP

    Tom Vialle

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    FIRST NAME TOM
    LAST NAME VIALLE
    TEAM RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING
    START NUMBER 28
    NATION FRANCE
    BIRTHDAY OCT 28 2000
    HEIGHT/WEIGHT 174CM / 65KG
    BIKE KTM 250 SX-F
    MECHANICS HARRISON NORTON / MARC PLUYMERS
    CLASS MX2

    Tom Vialle

    Becoming World Champion

    Becoming World Champion

    Tom Vialle

    MXGP Faenza

    MXGP Faenza

    Maiden MXGP Victory

    Maiden MXGP Victory

    Tony Cairoli

    250 Grand Prix starts

    250 Grand Prix starts

    Tony Cairoli