Dean Wilson Confirmed to Compete in World Supercross Championship

Rider announcements for the inaugural season of the FIM World Supercross Championship continue to trickle in and today we got another name confirmed.

Dean Wilson will compete in the series in the 450 Class, the series announced. Wilson has yet to finalize and announce which of the 10 exclusively licensed teams he will compete with.

“Despite all my years competing in supercross in the USA, I’ve never had the chance to do so in front of a home crowd, so I’m naturally really excited for the new World Supercross Championship to be coming to the UK and to Cardiff,” Wilson said. “Hopefully I’ll be able to feed on that and challenge for the win, in front of my friends and family.”

Wilson joins the joins the previously announced Ken Roczen, Justin Brayton, Eli Tomac (who will race the opening round), Chad Reed, Cole Seely, Max Anstie, and more.

The 2022 World Supercross Championship gets underway in Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales on Saturday, October 8.

Main image: Husqvarna


  1. Lori,

    They have yet to announced broadcast details for the series, but we’d assume that it will be available in the U.S.

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