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Marvin Musquin, KTM Agree to 2023 Contract

A piece of the silly season puzzle has fallen into place now that Red Bull KTM has renewed a deal with Marvin Musquin to return to Monster Energy AMA Supercross with a deal for 2023. Marvin had a one-year supercross-only deal for 2022, also, so his contract for racing technically expired this May. Based on the…

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Marvin Musquin, KTM Agree to 2023 Contract

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A piece of the foolish year puzzle has fallen into spot now that Purple Bull KTM has renewed a offer with Marvin Musquin to return to Monster Energy AMA Supercross with a deal for 2023. Marvin had a a person-calendar year supercross-only deal for 2022, also, so his agreement for racing technically expired this May. Primarily based on the strength of his year (fourth in 450SX factors and a person of only five riders to get a race earn) the Frenchman will return to his common brand and crew for another supercross-only period in 2023.

The offer was announced very last evening at the KTM Group’s Rev Supplier Summit, held at the NASCAR Corridor of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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“Of course, we just experienced to make it formal at some point. This calendar year was very good, there have been a large amount of improvements, staying in California and operating with DV [David Vuillemin], so yeah, I just want to have the similar application and move forward and continue to keep representing the brand,” Musquin reported. Musquin is so considerably the only rider to choose a KTM 450 SX-F to a race win in 2022.

It may well feel noticeable that Musquin would return to KTM, but Marvin was spotted this summer in California driving a wide range of bikes, from two-strokes to even Husqvarnas, which got the rumor mill stirring. There was not significantly to that, although. 

“Fundamentally I was just possessing exciting,” he described. “I told my mechanic Frankie [Latham] that I desired to do some riding, just for pleasurable. So he claimed he would go and ask the R&D guys [production testing] if I could appear. They stated of course. So I rode some inventory bikes, generation bikes and I assisted with some R&D. So one day they stated they desired me to trip a 450, but they claimed all they experienced was a Husqvarna. So I explained, “Yeah, it’s good, still an Austrian brand name, but I just never want the other power consume logo on there. I do not want to get in difficulty. I’m a Purple Bull dude.’ So yeah I did experience that Husky, but it was just for enjoyment.”

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Crimson Bull KTM’s lineup for supercross is now set. In June, Cooper Webb signed a contract extension with the group that will see him on the a Pink Bull KTM 450 SX-F by means of the 2023 supercross period (with an possibility to race Professional Motocross offered. Webb informed us previous night that although he did skip Lucas Oil Pro Motocross this summer, he is nonetheless fascinated in racing outside subsequent year). Aaron Plessinger joined the staff in October 2021 and is on a two-calendar year deal (2022 and 2023).

Of class this prospects to the question about Ryan Dungey, who arrived out of retirement to race for his aged team this summer months. Will be retire again immediately after this year is about? Dungey told us immediately after the Spring Creek Nationwide that he has some selections on the table for 2023. We are going to see!

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