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Tom Viale on his future in America

Tom Viale on his future in America

Tom Viale, who won the MX2 crown in 2020, won six Grands Prix and finished third in 2021, is now fighting hard for the 2022 title. He will continue to improve this year, but will compete on American soil next year.

The 21-year-old has been part of the RedBull KTM factory team since 2019, where he took victory in his rookie GP appearance and finished fourth in the final stages. The following season he became KTM’s ninth MX2 champion and continues to be one of MX2’s leading protagonists.

Vialle is a serious and experienced supercrosser and before heading to MXGP with the KTM 450 SX-F, he wanted to follow in the footsteps of fellow countryman and current Red Bull KTM Supercrosser Marvin Musk. Vialle confirmed his move this week and will find his new team location near the team’s second headquarters on the US East Coast.

Tom Ville:

“We had another strong season this year and the plan was to move up to the MXGP class for 2023, but I felt now was the best time to see if I could do it in Supercross. I have a circuit close to home and a big SX tradition in my family. For 2023 I know it’s a big learning curve to be ready, but I’m excited to see what I can do. We have to be realistic, but at the same time I’ve been able to talk to Robert, Pitt and the guys in America and it’s fantastic that it’s possible as part of Red Bull KTM. This GP The team is like another family to me, so it will be hard to leave, but this is a very exciting new story for me and I can’t wait to move on and start everything.”

Robert Jonas, Head of Motorsports Offroad:

“We fully understand Tom’s desire to continue racing in the 250 class and will see how he can develop his career goals in America and especially in Supercross. If he can learn and develop his skills like he did with us in the World Cup, he will be a huge surprise. Ian in America And I’m sure Roger’s guidance will help him transition and transition. The team here has taken him on a few Supercross rides and Tom seems to have a natural knack for the sport. It’s the right rider at the right time and the right amount of experience at the highest level. We wish him the best of luck and We look forward to seeing what heights he reaches next.

Ian Harrison, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing North America:

“We’re looking for a rider of Tom’s caliber racing in America on Red Bull KTM. We’ve heard a lot of good things about Tom in racing and personally, so we have no doubt that he’ll be top in America as well. I’ve spoken to Tom a few times in person and how he approaches racing and moving to another country. I was impressed by his details about