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In 2024, we will finally see Triumph compete in AMA Supercross, Pro Motocross and the SuperMotocross World Championship.
The UK-owned motorcycle manufacturer recently released their new model and have already locked in Evan Ferry for next year.
This week on the PulpMX Show, Joey Savatgy confirmed he will race for the team in 2024. The team will be 250-only next year before going full-time in the 450 Class in 2025.
Savatgy isn’t eligible for the 250 Class in Supercross after pointing out under the old rule, so he will compete in Pro Motocross and SMX before moving to the 450 Class with the team in 2025.
“Being back with Scuba and Bobby, they were really the first kinda team I was on, per se. I was on JDR but that ended quickly, and I was on [with Scuba and Bobby] pretty early in my career. I think what they did, not just with Zach [Osborne], but as a whole, they’ve done a great job and they have a lot of knowledge. They did a lot. I’ve talked to Zacho, too, and he said what they bring to the table is very helpful on race day. They have a lot of information, they’ve been around and they know what they’re doing.”
Savatgy currently rides in the FIM World Supercross Championship with Rick Ware Racing.