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MX Nationals Announce Partnership with Honda Motorcycles Australia

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Brett Metcalfe will spearhead Honda Motor Australia's effort as part of the CFR Honda Racing team.
Honda Motor Australia have signed on as an official partner of the 2018 Pirelli MX Nationals.

The Pirelli MX Nationals have had a long-standing, successful partnership with Honda Motorcycles Australia, and are pleased to see the brand this year step into a role, which will see them as Presenting Round Sponsor for rounds three and four, the first of the series double header rounds set to be held at Wonthaggi on May 19 and 20.

As well as their support for the Pirelli MX Nationals series this year, Honda will also support a large contingent of riders and teams throughout the 2018 Pirelli MX Nationals.

The Honda Factory Teams will consist of the Penrite Honda team, with MX1 #24 Brett Metcalfe, MXD #118 Callum Norton.

The CFR Honda Racing team with,
MX2 #57 Jackson Richardson, #96 Kyle Webster and #40 Nickolas Luksich


This year Honda are excited to have the backing of the Honda Red Riders, who will be promoting their brand across all three championship classes, these riders will consist of:
Brett Metcalfe getting in some early season practice at the recent Nunawading Good Friday Appeal day/ Photo: Ian Duncan
MX1 #20 Lachlan Davis, #30 Joel Wightman, #52 James Alan, #83 Joel Green, #264 Izak Maule.
MX2 #35 Ricky Latimer, #602 Lochie Latimer.
MXD #22 Rhys Bud, #44 Jai Constantinou, #175 Caleb Goullet.


MX Nationals series promoter Kevin Williams says it‰Ûªs great to renew the partnership with Honda MPE in 2018, he strongly believes that the reintegration of the Honda Red Riders is going to promote positive growth for both the series and Honda.

‰ÛÏIt is great to see Honda as a presenting partner for the first of the double headers in this years series,‰Û

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