Earlier this week, SX Global—the Australian promoters of the all-new FIM Environment Supercross Championship (WSX)—declared that Chad Reed would be competing in the new championship. In the press release, the promoters announced Reed will be a part of Eli Tomac (just the opener), Ken Roczen, Justin Brayton, Vince Friese, Luke Clout, Max Anstie, Dean Wilson, and a lot more in the SX1 class this fall in the pilot period. The 1st six riders had been all verified by the advertising corporation at some position prior, but Wilson’s title experienced still to be announced as a verified rider.
Wilson’s deal with the Rockstar Strength Husqvarna staff is up at the finish of this AMA Supercross and Motocross 12 months. The United Kingdom indigenous has stated he options on racing just one ultimate season in 2023 prior to hanging up the boots officially—although entire details on his 2023 options have however to be talked over publicly.
Rumors in the paddock are that Wilson may well be having a place on 1 of the nine announced (of ten complete) exclusive teams. Although the place Wilson will officially be pitted has nonetheless to be introduced, he has been verified by equally SX Worldwide and the #15 himself. There is still just one final group to be announced in the near upcoming.
The official FIM Entire world Supercross Championship account posted the news on Instagram, which Wilson reposted to his tale with the pursuing:
“Looking forward to racing the [FIM Globe Supercross Championship]…As I’m finding nearer to the conclusion of my career how cool is it to vacation the entire world Race my grime bike & make great money doing it”