2024 Monster Energy FIM Motocross To Return To Matterley Basin


Steve Dixon (L) David Luongo (C) and Antonio Alia Portela (R) make the annoucment for the 2024 MXoN.

Infront Moto Racing has unveiled the location for the 2024 edition of the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations — Matterley Basin, Great Britain.

The motocross world will once again converge on this hallowed ground, a place steeped in motocross history.

Matterley Basin has a storied past of hosting the pinnacle motocross spectacle of the year. It first welcomed the MXoN in 2006, witnessing the triumph of Team USA. More recently, in 2017, Team France etched their dominance with a fourth consecutive Motocross of Nations victory. With a fervent British motocross community and a track that ranks among the finest on the global stage, the ambiance promises to be nothing short of extraordinary, ensuring that this event will be etched in the annals of motocross history.

David Luongo, the CEO of Infront Moto Racing, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are delighted to bring you one of the most eagerly anticipated announcements of the day: Matterley Basin will serve as the host for the 2024 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations. We are returning to the UK, gracing a track beloved by riders and motocross enthusiasts alike. I extend my heartfelt thanks to Steve Dixon, who has been a driving force behind motocross in Great Britain. As a partner of Infront Moto Racing, Steve has poured his passion, dedication, and hard work into this sport for many years, ensuring the presence of Grand Prix events in Great Britain. Through thick and thin, we have weathered storms and celebrated triumphs together, and I have no doubt that this tradition will endure. I am confident that this Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations will continue the legacy of excellence we’ve seen this year. Undoubtedly, British fans will relish the return of the MXoN to their homeland, promising a spectacular event. Once again, thank you, Steve, for your unwavering commitment to this sport, and we wish you the very best for the upcoming Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations.”

Antonio Alia Portela, Director of FIM/CMS, added his sentiments, saying, “Returning to a venue where we recently witnessed a spectacular event to conclude the FIM Motocross World Championship season is truly remarkable. This achievement owes much to the tireless efforts and enthusiasm of Steve Dixon, ensuring that Matterley Basin remains a preferred destination. On behalf of FIM, I extend our heartfelt gratitude to Steve and wish him the best for the upcoming year.”

Steve Dixon, the organizer of the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, expressed his delight, saying, “I am thrilled to bring the third Monster Energy FIM MXoN to Matterley Basin, nestled near my birthplace, Winchester. It’s a matter of immense pride for me to welcome Infront Moto Racing and the entire team back to Matterley. I have no doubt that the entire team will deliver a spectacular event that everyone in the motocross community eagerly anticipates. This event is driven by passion, as evident here in Ernée, and it remains a pinnacle of excellence. Thank you, and we look forward to welcoming you in 2024 for the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations in Matterley Basin.”

An 18-year-old Hunter Larence qualified second in MX2 and went on to finish 4-8 which was enough to win the MX2 class when he competed for Australia back in 2017 at Matterley Basin.

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