Privateer Michael Hicks has landed a trip with the TiLube/Storm Lake Honda Racing group. The Missouri indigenous pulled off a three-peat with his third consecutive Hoosier Arenacross Championship earlier this calendar year, then turned his attention to Monster Strength AMA Supercross Championship. He manufactured one primary celebration in 2021 (the Arlington three Supercross) and then three major activities so much in 2022 aboard a KTM 250 SX-F (Detroit, Indianapolis, and St. Louis Supercross), with a occupation-very best 14th general (9-15-14 race finishes) in the 250SX Course Triple Crown in his hometown race in St. Louis. This 7 days, Hicks posted he has joined the TiLube/Storm Lake Honda Racing workforce for the remainder of supercross.
“Super grateful for this opportunity to go racing with @tilubehondaracing for the relaxation of the East Coastline year! These new Hondas truly feel amazing and I cannot wait around to trip the race bicycle in Atlanta this weekend! @tilubehondaracing @tilube“
The TiLube/Storm Lake Honda Racing staff had Grant Harlan and rookie Hunter Yoder both racing the 250SX East Area, but lately break up with Harlan, who was established to race a self-funded Yamaha YZ250F right up until an injury. Hicks will make his debut on the TiLube/Storm Lake Honda Racing CRF250R tomorrow at the Atlanta Supercross 250SX East West Showdown at Atlanta Motor Speedway.