Past week, Stilez Robertson confirmed his departure from the Rockstar Electricity Husqvarna team. Robertson signed a two-calendar year offer with the staff in September 2019 and raced his closing amateur period with the Husqvarna group ahead of turning pro immediately after the 2020 Monster Electrical power AMA Amateur Nationwide Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. He returned to the team in 2022, his second full season of AMA Supercross and Motocross with the staff, but his summertime in Professional Motocross was slash brief all around the midway mark soon after an ankle injury that demanded medical procedures sidelined him at the Spring Creek Countrywide. It was anticipated that the California indigenous would be signing up for the Monster Electrical power Yamaha Star Racing staff, but the news was not formal till this morning.
Below is the comprehensive push release from Yamaha:
Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing is happy to announce that Stilez Robertson will join their powerhouse 250 team for the 2023 Monster Power AMA Supercross and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross seasons.
Robertson turned pro in 2020 right after efficiently concluding his newbie career with a pair of Monster Electrical power AMA Beginner Countrywide Motocross titles at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and the Nicky Hayden Beginner Horizon Award. Though it is been a roller coaster start off to his pro profession with accidents that have sidelined him from a comprehensive time, the 20-calendar year-outdated has proven velocity up front. He notched a pair of runner-up finishes at the complicated Daytona Supercross these past two seasons and acquired his very first out of doors general podium this Summer season at the RedBud Nationwide. Again to comprehensive exercise, Robertson is eager to get again on track and go racing with Yamaha.
Jensen Hendler, Monster Vitality Yamaha Star Racing 250 Team Manager:
“We’re psyched to have Stilez be a part of the workforce. He’s young and has a whole lot of talent, and we see that he has a great deal of likely to have a productive season with us. We are searching forward to viewing what he can do future calendar year!”
Stilez Robertson, Monster Vitality Yamaha Star Racing:
“I’m definitely fired up to be becoming a member of Monster Strength Yamaha Star Racing. I’m hunting ahead to performing with the group, and I’m focused on getting some final results for them and myself. Their heritage speaks for alone, and I’m honored to be a component of the team.”
In an Instagram article, Robertson confirmed his new agreement is a two-year deal for 2023 and 2024.
Robertson earned nationwide selection #40 and will have Colin Burgh as his mechanic for 2023. Verify out his initial laps on the Monster Vitality Yamaha Star Racing YZ250F below: