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Monster Energy and KRT Renew Partnership

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Monster Energy and KRT Renew Partnership
Clement Desalle, Kawasaki and Monster Energy will all continue on in 2019.
The 2018 MXGP season ends this weekend at Imola and the Kawasaki Racing Team and Monster Energy have announced the renewal of their partnership to challenge for the title next year.

The Kawasaki Racing Team and Monster Energy joined forces five years ago in the FIM MXGP Motocross World Championship, and they have already achieved impressive results including a leading role in the French team victory at the 2014 Motocross of Nations, seven MXGP wins and more than twenty podiums. Clement Desalle, holding third in the 2018 series entering the final round, has delivered his best results since joining the team with eight podiums and an overall GP victory in Russia this season.

Long-time partners in the US series with KHI and Pro Circuit, Kawasaki and Monster Energy have claimed many titles in the Supercross and Motocross series, and joining KRT five years ago was the logical step to build an even stronger worldwide partnership between the ‰Û÷black and green‰Ûª companies which also share the same winning spirit in World Superbike. Next season Belgian riders Clement Desalle and Julien Lieber will again be working closely with the team to develop the new KX450, and put the bike on the podium as often as possible during the twenty rounds of the highly competitive MXGP series.

Mitch Covington (Monster Energy): ‰ÛÏMonster is proud to continue with the Kawasaki Racing Team; Thierry has been a solid partner with Monster for a long time and we appreciate his passion for the sport and excellent team to represent Monster Energy.‰Û

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