MOTOREX – Excited for High-Level Motorcycle Racing Presence in 2024

Langenthal (CH), April 2024 – Teaming up with many of the world’s best motorcycle teams and riders in 2024, MOTOREX looks forward to the upcoming season and the exciting opportunities it brings to extend the Swiss-based company’s current tally of 166 world titles. Thanks to close partnerships with many prestigious motorcycle manufacturers, all of which compete at the highest level of FIM off-road and road competitions, the collaboration and input from each team helps to develop an extensive line-up of premium, #RaceProven products.

MOTOREX has already enjoyed a successful start to the year with Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Billy Bolt securing the 2024 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title. In addition, third overall in the final standings was MOTOREX ambassador and Red Bull KTM racer, Manuel Lettenbichler. The talented duo of Bolt and Lettenbichler will resume their battle outdoors this summer when the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship begins in May. Last year, it was the German Lettenbichler who came out on top over the British rider.

For the upcoming FIM Motocross World Championship, MOTOREX has partnered with five manufacturers and their official factory teams – Fantic, GASGAS, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, and KTM. Also in the 2024 season, the reigning MXGP World Champion Jorge Prado will line up with Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing with many of his expected rivals also relying on MOTOREX – KTM’s Jeffrey Herlings, Kawasaki’s Romain Febvre, and Fantic’s Glenn Coldenhoff. In the MX2 class, MOTOREX is excited to see 2023 world champion, Andrea Adamo, line up to defend his title aboard his Red Bull KTM machine.

In the 2024 FIM Moto2 World Championship, MOTOREX are proud to support three teams – Red Bull KTM Ajo, the 2023 world champion team, CFMoto Aspar Team, and Fantic Racing. With CFMoto’s Jake Dixon and Fantic’s Aron Canet placing fourth and fifth respectively in the 2023 campaign, the upcoming season looks set to be another rewarding one for MOTOREX. Red Bull KTM Ajo and CFMoto Aspar Team will also compete in Moto3 this season, with CFMoto’s David Alonso, who placed third in the 2023 campaign, expected to challenge for the title in 2024.

Across all disciplines, MOTOREX-supported teams and riders will continue to put their full trust into the Swiss-made premium lubricants and maintenance products, where nothing else is required by the racing series, as they compete at the highest levels of motorcycle racing. This continued, close cooperation underlines MOTOREX’s #RaceProven philosophy and ensures the best quality products are developed and available to MOTOREX customers around the world.



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