Justin Hill Won’t Race Supercross in 2022

After taking the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross season off, Justin Hill signed with the Partzilla PRMX Racing team to compete in the 2022 championship.

Prior to the season opener the  Partzilla PRMX team announced that Hill would miss Anaheim due to injury. Since there hasn’t been any updates, but the team announced yesterday that Hill won’t race this year due to shoulder injury.

“Update: Justin Hill will sit out the rest of the 2022 @supercrosslive season. Hill has been taking time with his family to get back to 100% following the late December practice crash where he suffered a serious shoulder injury. We wish Justin all the best in his recovery and future.”

Hill, the 2017 250SX West Region Champion, moved to the 450 Class in 2019 with the now-defunct JGRMX team. After two seasons with Suzuki, Hill moved to the MotoConcepts team in 2020, and finished the Supercross season 10th in points. 

As mentioned, Hill did not race in 2021 and was actually a cop for a brief period of time. 

Written by Slaw Dog

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