Triumph Racing Motocross World Championship Team announced

Triumph has officially announced it will be running a team in the Motocross World Championship in 2024 in both MX2 and MXGP

Triumph Racing - Motocross World Championship

TRIUMPH has this evening officially revealed its off-road racing intentions, as the Triumph Racing Motocross World Championship Team is unveiled.

While it’s no secret that Triumph has been working on motocross and enduro bikes behind the scenes for some time now, today is the first official confirmation we have that the team will field two bikes in MX2 and one in MXGP.

The team will be racing under the Triumph Racing banner and is headed up by experienced Motocross team owner Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni. The extremely professional Vincent Bereni will pick up the Triumph team manager reign.

The Triumph Racing banner will from now cover all of Triumph’s racing-related activities including the newly announced Motocross team, Moto2 and Supersport racing.

Triumph Racing Motocross team to hit the track in 2024

Speaking of the news, Nick Bloor, CEO of Triumph Motorcycles said:

Nick Bloor - CEO, Triumph:

“Our new partnership with Thierry demonstrates Triumph’s long-term commitment to competing at the highest levels of racing. We share a passion for delivering world-class performance, and the experience Thierry and his team bring will prove invaluable in our ambition to make our mark on a very competitive championship. Our entry into the FIM Motocross World Championship with a Factory supported Triumph Racing team signifies a landmark moment at the beginning of our new top-tier off-road racing campaign”.

Newly announced team owner, Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni, added:

“Triumph have made a major commitment to build an MX bike and go racing in the FIM World Motocross Championship. I am happy that my team is going to be the official Triumph Racing Team in MX2 and MXGP. Nick Bloor and the Triumph Board of Directors have made their long-term ambitions for the project very clear and I see a huge amount of passion from everyone at the Factory. I am happy with progress on the bike, it looks great, has speed on the track and Vincent and my staff are working with the engineers at Hinckley on building it into a competitive package for entry into the MX2 Championship in 2024. MXGP continues to grow around the world, I am very happy to be back and looking forward to going racing with Triumph”

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