Five riders will line up for Factory Honda this season with the same intention – win an Australian Motocross Championship.
Kyle Webster and Dean Ferris are competing in the MX1 class aboard the 2022 CRF450R, Wilson Todd will be contesting the MX2 class aboard the 2022 CRF250R and Emma Milesevic and Taylah McCutcheon will contest the Women’s Australian Motocross Championship, both choosing the all new CRF250R.
The team has been working hard during the off-season to prepare for this year’s championship and Team Director Yarrive Konsky is confident they are ready.
“Everyone has been working diligently to be prepared for this years Australian Motocross Championship. We made some massive changes in the off-season, and we are confident we are ready” said Konsky.
Last year’s MX2 champion Kyle Webster has stepped up to the MX1 class and can’t wait for the gate to drop on the 2022 championship.
“I am really excited; I don’t know what to expect but our off-season prep has gone well, and I believe we are ready,” said Webster.
For 2022 the team increased their presence in the Women’s Championship by adding another rider. Taylah McCutcheon has joined long time Honda rider Emma Milesevic and the two of them are eager to race following the cancelation of their championship in 2021 due to Covid.
“Last year we missed out due to Covid, it was a real shame, but Taylah and I are both very excited to be racing this year. Being on Factory Honda is a dream for us both and we will be giving it all we have come Sunday” said Milesevic.
For more information on the Australian Motocross Championship this weekend go to www.auspromx.com.au
For information on the team go to www.hondamx.com.au
RD1 – Wonthaggi, Victoria, Sunday the 27th of March
Image 1 – Kyle Webster #96
Image 2 – Wilson Todd #20
Image 3 – Dean Ferris #111
Image 4 – Emma Milesevic
Image 5 – Taylah McCutcheon