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Monster Energy Triumph Racing Enters the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship in 2024

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Triumph Racing has revealed its partnership with the global energy drink and lifestyle brand, Monster Energy, in preparation for the 2024 FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship.

The two-year collaboration marks Monster Energy as the title sponsor of the Triumph MX2 team, as the iconic British motorcycle manufacturer makes its debut on the global motocross racing scene.

Unveiling the race bike for the first time, Triumph and Monster stated that it was excited to introduce the new team as “Monster Energy Triumph Racing.” This partnership will not only amplify Triumph Racing’s presence in the Motocross World Championship paddock but also ensure a striking and unmistakable appearance for the team as Triumph enters the MX2 World Championship racing for the very first time in 2024.

Managing the Monster Energy Triumph Racing team are the highly respected and accomplished duo of Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni and Vincent Bereni. Together, they boast a track record of guiding numerous riders to success, accumulating an impressive tally of 80 Grand Prix victories in the FIM Motocross World Championship.

With the 2024 season on the horizon, Thierry and Vince are channelling their passion, determination, and technical expertise into Monster Energy Triumph Racing. They are collaborating closely with Triumph engineers from the UK headquarters in Hinckley and the US racing team. The unveiling of the team’s MX2 race bike, featuring the #25 of test rider Clément Desalle, marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the British manufacturer’s racing legacy.

While riders have yet to be confirmed it is widely expected that Camden McLellan and Mikkel Haarup will be signed as team riders.

Steve Sargent, Triumph Chief Product Officer, expressed his enthusiasm: “Partnering with a prestigious and passionate company like Monster Energy as we enter the ultra-competitive FIM MX2 World Championship is hugely exciting for Triumph Racing. We know just how competitive the series is, and that being at the sharp end of the field will be no easy task. But having a partner such as Monster Energy, who have built a long relationship over many years with Thierry and Vince, is a very proud moment for us, as is revealing our MX2 race bike. I’d like to thank Monster for their belief in our project, and we look forward to a very exciting 2024, and beyond, with the Monster Energy Triumph Racing team.”

Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni, Monster Energy Triumph Racing Team Owner, commented: “We are very excited to announce this new partnership with Monster Energy as title sponsor of our MX2 team, as we enter a new chapter of racing with Triumph Motorcycles. We have enjoyed a very strong partnership with Monster in the past, and they understand our sport, which is incredibly important when working together at this level. We appreciate and thank them for their trust in us and our programme, as we turn the page in history and enter the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship with the completely brand new 250cc motorcycle from Triumph. Monster is one of the most recognizable brands globally, and their investment in action sports has been pivotal to the development of our sport, so this is a very proud moment for us as we share this news, reveal the livery of our race bike and the name of the team – Monster Energy Triumph Racing.”

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