Justin Bogle to Take a Break From Lucas Oil Pro Motocross

It’s been a rough start to the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship for Twisted Tea/HEP Motorsports Suzuki’s Justin Bogle.

He struggled at the opener, finished 22nd. At round 2 at Hangtown, he went 37-DNS. Today, the team announced that Bogle will be taking a break from Pro Motocross.

“With the support of his family and team, Justin Bogle of team Twisted Tea/ HEP Suzuki presented by Progressive Insurance has decided to take a break from the 2022 Lucas Oil Outdoor National Championship. The burden of a grueling Supercross season, where Justin was one of only 10 athletes to lead a premiere class main event while accomplishing multiple top-ten finishes, has compelled Justin to press the reset button and recover. Although no timetable has been set for his return, we look forward to seeing Justin back on the racetrack in the near future.”

From what we’ve heard, Bogle will probably still compete with the team in the FIM World Supercross Championship, but that has not be made official. 

We’ve also heard that Marshal Weltin will fill-in for the team in Pro Motocross, but again, that is not official. 

Main image:  HEP Suzuki

Written by Slaw Dog

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