Ken Roczen Lands on a Team for World Supercross

Press release

With the opening event of the 2022 FIM World Supercross Championship just weeks away, Honda Genuine Honda Racing is pleased to announce a collaborative effort with Ken Roczen for the two-round season that will include events in the United Kingdom and Australia.

“Yarrive and his team are experienced, and they have achieved creditable results across the globe. I want to race this off season, and the Honda Genuine Honda Racing team is working with me and my personal sponsors,” said Roczen. “I am looking forward to seeing parts of Europe that I have not experienced as an adult, and I am really looking forward to travelling to Australia too! I have friends and fans there and can’t wait to enjoy some off season racing and great people.”

Roczen is going to compete this off season aboard a CRF450R that will be built and prepared by the HGA squad. Showa suspension is going to be equipped to his ‘red’ steed – Factory Connection has assisted by building and preparing chassis components. Competing aboard machinery that he is comfortable on will aid Roczen in his quest for the WSX title.

“Ken is one of the fastest and most experienced racers in the world. I believe that experience is going to help the team,” said Yarrive Konsky – Honda Genuine Honda Racing Team Owner. “Additionally, his popularity will only help the sport grow globally as he races in new countries. It is a rare opportunity for me to learn and for fans of supercross around the world to see him in action. We are happy to play a small part in that.”

October 08 marks the beginning of the 2022 FIM World Supercross Championship. The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, will host the historic event. Roczen last raced in front of the British fans in the August of 2011 – he won the FIM Motocross World Championship round that was run on that day and took the MX2 world title in that same year.

The FIM World Supercross Championship announced tickets were on sale for the first Grand Prix at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, which can be found HERE. The FIM World Supercross Championship 2022 will serve as a “pilot” season, allowing the championship to establish itself and build momentum going into 2023. From 2023, and subsequent years, the FIM World Supercross Championship expand annually between June and November, with up to twelve events in 2023

For more information and updates news and announcements on the FIM World Supercross Championship visit: wsxchampionship.com.

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  1. Congratulations to Yarrive on signing Kenny.
    To the rest of the world both Yarrive & Adam Bailey have come a long way from racing jnr club events at the loca lmx tracks in Melbourne
    There are no people more passionate about the moto x scene than these guys as unfortunately neither reached the maximum potential as racers when they where younger due to injuries which is the general progression for team owners & promoters

  2. BAM! And, just like that, the sport winds the spring that will launch an exposure boon reaching new fans who’ve never considered the sport. We all know Supercross is engaging enough to rival the upper echelons of sport.

    Kenny is like the new DeCoster it seems. The rare beast known as “Continental dude.”

    This just keeps getting better. DC

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