More silly season news dropped on Friday and if you’re a Martin Davalos fan, it’s good news.
Team Tedder/Monster Energy/Lucas Oil/KTM Racing announced it has agreed to a two-year deal with Davalos through the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Championship. After seemingly 55 years in the 250 Class (kidding, Marty, we love you) Davalos pointed out of the class in 2019 and made the move to 450SX with the team in 2020. Davalos had a great year, finishing 13th in points and capturing Rookie of the Year honors.
Dakota Tedder, who is the son of team owner Matt Tedder, will also return to the team for the next two years. Tedder missed the entire 2019 and 2020 seasons due to a wrist injury. He recently underwent a seventh procedure on his wrist and hopes to return to riding soon.
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