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Muc-Off Honda Racing ready for the first Supercross gate drop in 7 months

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Muc-Off Honda Racing ready for the first Supercross gate drop in 7 months
Justin Brayton. Photo: Don Maeda
The all-new Muc-Off Honda Racing Team; led by Supercross winner Justin Brayton, is ready for the 2021 AMA Supercross Championship that kicks off this weekend.

Lining up for his 19th straight season since turning pro in 2002, Brayton is pleased to be with the Muc-Off Honda Racing Team on the all-new 2021 CRF450, working with SHOWA, Twisted Development and American Honda.

‰ÛÏI‰Ûªve had great success with this team in Australia and after only one season in America they have already proven to be competitive against other factory teams. American Honda have also been fantastic, everyone at Team HRC have been incredibly supportive during my transition.‰Û
Muc-Off Honda Racing ready for the first Supercross gate drop in 7 months
Mitchell Oldenburg. Photo: Don Maeda
The teams' east coast 250 rider, Mitchell Oldenburg on bike #49, returns for a second year with the team. Fit, healthy and hungry for results, Oldenburg will race the 2021 Muc-Off Honda Racing CRF250R and has one goal in mind.

‰ÛÏThis season I need to be on the podium every weekend. I know that it will not be easy but that is my goal and I believe we have the bike to achieve that. The whole Muc-Off Honda Racing Team and our partners in the 250 program ‰ÛÒ KYB, FMF, Twisted Development, JE Pistons, Renegade and Vortex, have ensured that we have a competitive bike so it‰Ûªs on me to get the job done now.‰Û



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