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When Youthstream revealed that the 2015 FIM World Motocross Champion ending would certainly take place at Glen Helen, the frustrating inquiry was: just what United States groups would certainly send representatives? Today, in separate press releases, both KTM and also Husqvarna have confirmed they will be heavily represented at the MXGP of U.S.A on September 20.

KTM will send out both the 250 and 450 Red Bull Manufacturing facility KTM groups, which include Ryan Dungey, Dean Wilson (presently hurt), Justin Hill, and Marvin Musquin. Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil KTM will likewise send their whole squad, currently composed of Jessy Nelson, Shane McElrath, Mitchell Oldenburg, and the injured Darryn Durham. Team BTOSports.com KTM, containing Andrew Short and also Justin Brayton, is likewise arranged to compete.

KTM’s motorsport director Pit Beirer claimed it’s a distinct opportunity and that the “sporting activity of motocross stands to take advantage of such a high-level competitors in a race layout that is various from the traditional MXoN, where bikers fulfill to combat for their individual nationwide splendor.”

” We are mosting likely to Glen Helen with every one of our factory bikers from the MXGP Globe Championship as well as the United States Motocross Series,” Beirer stated in a statement. “This will certainly not just bring our own men together in real ‘Prepared to Race’ KTM practice; it will additionally give them a chance to race together with the world’s finest. We want the last round of the period to be actually memorable as well as we quite hope that other leading manufacturing facility groups from the United States will use up the invitation and also join us at Glen Helen.”

Husqvarna will certainly additionally send its factory squad– Rockstar Energy Racing Husqvarna. Jason Anderson, Christophe Pourcel, Martin Davalos, Zach Osborne, and also Zach Bell currently ride for the team.

” Our team believe that having our three factory teams the United States group as well as the two Husqvarna General Practitioner groups at Glen Helen will be a real emphasize and also a real event of our sporting activity,” stated Robert Jonas, head of Husqvarna Motorsports, in a statement. “Offering our US cyclists the opportunity to race in the last round of the 2015 Globe Championship is an exciting opportunity, especially for the followers, but additionally for the groups, to see the globes best compete with each other.”