Mitch Payton Confirms McAdoo and Hammaker Have Contracts for 2025

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Some rumors had been circulating on Seth Hammaker potentially moving on to another team for the 2025 season, however on last night’s PulpMX show those rumors were squashed.

Team owner Mitch Payton confirmed to Steve Matthes that he has re-signed both Seth Hammaker and Cameron McAdoo for next year. Both Hammaker and McAdoo were on their second year of their two-year deals in 2024. We don’t know yet if the deals they signed were for one or two years.

What we do know is that the 2025 Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki Team is starting to take shape and it’s looking identical. It will be Hammaker, McAdoo, and Levi Kitchen who signed a two-year deal before the season started.

The only two question marks at the moment are Maximus Vohland and Austin Forkner. Vohland has been recovering from a dislocated hip since the third week in January and Austin Forkner is recovering from a slew of injuries from his violent crash in Arlington. I would expect Forkner and Vohland to get another offer with the team.

You can listen to the entire show here, but Payton’s portion starts two and a half hours in.

Silly season starts earlier and earlier every season. We’re here for it.

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