Along with the DPH team, Privateer Jesse Dobson will line up at the opening round in his home state of Queensland with the same program he raced with throughout the Motocross season, despite having offers to join a couple of teams for the Supercross championship.
"I love racing supercross. We get to race so close to the fans, and I really like the technical aspect. You have to be almost perfect, lap after lap to get a good result." Dobson enthused.
"I've been working hard since the motocross season, putting in the laps, testing and also trying to keep raising funds for the season.
"At this stage, I've had some incredible support from all my sponsors that got me through the motocross season, and again they've stepped up so I can line up at Brisbane. I actually did have one or two offers to join teams just for supercross, but the reality was short term positives and leaving some of the people that have been with me all year, and I need to really work on my plan for 2020.
"I still don't know if I can do the entire supercross series yet, but I need to get good results this weekend regardless, so that's where I'm starting." Dobson concluded.
Round one of the series will run a completely unique ‰Û÷Double Header‰Ûª format, with SX1 racers contesting two main event finals, with points from each determining the round champion.