Factory Honda Racing Australia is excited to announce that their riders will be putting their trust in the Dunlop Geomax range when the 2023 ProMX Championship fires into life in late March. The team has aligned with Dunlop, to ensure that the ‘red’ athletes will have a competitive edge.
Dunlop is renowned worldwide for producing the very best tires, as proven by their impressive record in the United States. Not enough is made of the fact that Dunlop has won 173 titles on that continent! Factory Honda Racing Australia is keen to deliver more championships on Australian soil and push the brand to the very top of the podium.
5 times Australian Champion Justin Brayton claimed his 5th straight championship on board Dunlop tires and his enjoyed worldwide success with Dunlop.
Jed Beaton was announced as a star signing for Factory Honda Racing Australia just a handful of weeks ago. Beaton, a Grand Prix podium finisher, will join Kyle Webster in the MX1 division. The team’s riders for the MX2 class will be revealed in due course.
Justin Brayton: “Dunlop’s support has aided in our back-to-back wins in Australia and I appreciate their expanding support moving forward”.
Yarrive Konsky: “I know that Dunlop create championship winning tires, and we are dedicated to reaching the top of the sport globally and domestically. I am so focused on delivering Dunlop success on our continent, which will compliment what they do in other corners of the world!”
Robbie Bugden (Dunlop Sales and Motorsport Manager): “This is a special announcement for Dunlop. Honda is a leading motorcycle brand in Australia. The Factory Honda Team is one of the countries most successful and long-standing teams and we are proud to be associated with them”