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Justin Hill Has Signed With Red Bull KTM

Following two seasons at Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki Justin Hill has marked with Red Bull KTM. The group reported the arrangement today, and says it is for the 2015 250 SX West Region arrangement and the 250 Class in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.

Here is the official proclamation from the group:

Murrieta, CA – The Red Bull KTM Factory Team is eager to report it has marked Justin Hill to race the 250 SX West Supercross Series and the Lucas Oil Pro 250 Motocross Championship for the 2015 season.

Slope hails from the province of Oregon where he lived all through his beginner motocross vocation. It was at a youthful age that Hill ended up noticeably perceived as an up and coming star subsequent to securing various beginner motocross titles which prompted a production line ride in his new kid on the block season in 2013. Amid that season he earned two best five completes in the 250 SX West Supercross Series.

In 2014, Hill arrived on the platform five times in the 250 SX West Supercross Series. His first expert vocation win was at the San Diego Supercross. He additionally took a win at the Las Vegas East/West Shootout. Slope was sitting inside the best ten in focuses in the 250 Motocross class prior this season before shoulder damage sidelined him at Millville driving him to sit out the rest of the arrangement.

“Clearly Justin’s change in the previous year got our attention,” expressed Red Bull KTM Factory Team Manager Roger De Coster. “We saw him take two wins in the Supercross arrangement and saw a great deal of potential in his open air comes about also. We are eager to have him join our group this season and feel he will supplement our other rider, Marvin Musquin, extremely well giving the Red Bull KTM Team a focused rider on each drift in the Supercross arrangement.”

Slope was similarly amped up for marking with Red Bull KTM, expressing, “I’m extremely upbeat to get the chance to join the Red Bull KTM Factory Team and work with Team Manager Roger De Coster. I’ve generally been a major enthusiast of Roger and what he has finished all through his vocation. I’m taking a gander at this as a new beginning with an energizing brand and a chance to join a race-centered organization which is an ideal fit for me.”