SCOTT Sports is happy to announce the start of a partnership with Team Bud Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki. The team, which is based in France, will race with the high performance goggles Hustle and Tyrant.
Bud Racing Monster Energy Kawasaki will again participate in the major French MX Championship. Last year the team won all three major titles: 85cc, MX2 and MX1 and wants to repeat that again in 2016 with adding the Junior 125cc title. With a total of six riders -- Xavier Boog and Maxime Desprey in MX1, Nicolas Dercourt in MX2, Brian Moreau in the Junior Class and David Braceras and Thibault Benistant in the 85cc class -- the team has title contender in each class.
BUD Racing Team Manager Stephane Dassé adds: ‘’It’s a real pleasure that Bud Racing collaborates one more time with this prestigious brand. We keep an excellent memory of the SCOTT partnership, it was in 2008. At that time, we only had two riders against seven today ! So, more opportunities for SCOTT to conquer some new podiums and titles we hope!’’
Both companies are also focused on supporting riders from a very young age. The next big hope will be the French youngster Brian Moreau, who got second in the 85cc World Championship in 2015 and will be fighting for podiums in the EMX125cc class in 2016 alongside 2014 85cc World Champion Kim Savaste.
Maxime Desprey and American Darian Sanayei will race in the EM250 European Championship.
SCOTT Sports will also support the team during the 250SX West Region, where the team has two riders.