Muc-Off expands support of Honda Racing to Aussie shores.
After great success with Australia’s Honda Racing program in the United States, Muc-Off has decided to expand support of Honda’s factory racing team for the 2021 Australian Motocross Championship.
Team director Yarrive Konsky is proud to bring this newly formed relationship to the Australian Honda team, believing in the performance of Muc-Off products.
“We have enjoyed using Muc-Off products in America, they are proven and well respected. Our team in Australia were keen to use them as well, so here we are now with this exciting partnership expansion.” Konsky said.
Muc-Off will be used on all of Honda’s Factory race bikes and will take title rights to the teams MX3 and Women’s entries at selected rounds, Ben Novak and Emma Milesevic. Novak will contend the MX3 championship on board a Muc-Off Honda Racing bike and Milesevic will compete in the Women’s Australian Motocross Championship as well as the Australian Off-Road Championship on a Muc-Off Honda CRF250R.
Novak was grateful when told Muc-Off would be his naming partner, as he prepares to compete this weekend at round 1 of the MX3 Australian Championships.
“How cool is this, I have been watching the team in America and they have been doing so well, so to represent the brand in Australia is awesome,” Novak noted.
Emma Milesevic is one of Australia’s best female racers and was equally excited by the opportunity.
“I will be the only female factory Muc-Off Honda rider and that’s amazing. To work with Honda and Muc-Off is something I am proud to do. I will do my best to represent them at the highest level.” Milesevic said.
Racing against the men in the MX2 Championship, Milesevic likes to challenge herself and will use this weekend to prepare for the up-and-coming Women’s Australian Motocross Championship.
“This is a great way for me to improve and prepare, racing is racing, I can’t wait to get my Muc-Off Honda out there. It will be great preparation for the Women’s Championship later in the year too,” finished Milesevic.