After declaring goodbye previously this week to Rockstar Electrical power Husqvarna, Dean Wilson has introduced now that he will be becoming a member of Firepower Honda for 2022 FIM Environment Supercross Championship, Australian Supercross, and 2023 Monster Energy AMA Supercross. The 30-yr-old Scot will start his tenure with his new group coming up this 7 days as he will race the very first round of Environment Supercross in Cardiff below the Honda Genuine Honda Racing plan.
Wilson, the 2011 250 class Lucas Oil AMA Professional Motocross winner, introduced earlier this 12 months that 2022 would be his past 12 months racing motocross professionally as he would retire from the activity pursuing the summary of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. He would go on to contend in the MXGP class for Good Britain at the 2022 Monster Electrical power FIM Motocross of Nations wherever he helped his region end in 10th position overall. But Wilson himself by no means dominated out continuing to race supercross moving forward and his shift to Firepower Honda to continue on racing supercross was rumored for some time.
He had used practically six many years using for Husqvarna following they picked him up through the 2017 Monster Strength AMA Supercross season wherever he was driving a privateer Yamaha. Wilson did invest some time of 2018 on a pseudo-privateer hard work once more but was getting supported by Husqvarna at that time.
Wilson now seems to be anticipated to compete in the four-spherical 2022 Australian Supercross Championship which starts October 21st in Melbourne and ends December third in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. From there, Wilson will race all 17 rounds of the 2023 Monster Vitality AMA Supercross series with Firepower Honda.
Read the announcement from Wilson about his new plan underneath: