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2022 MXGP | Confirmed Race Teams & Riders




InFront Moto Racing has announced the riders and teams participating in the 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross World Championship, with eight bike brands and more than thirty teams committed to the international tour. Even the most prominent units went through their share of changes in the last few weeks. Here’s a quick summary of the offseason shuffle…

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team promoted Maxime Renaux to the MXGP class. The newly crowned MX2 champion will be alongside Jeremy Seewer and Glenn Coldenhoff.

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing will field just two riders in 2022, with defending titlist Jeffrey Herlings in the MXGP class and former champ Tom Vialle in MX2. The team will not fill Rene Hofer’s spot out of respect for the fallen rider, and MXGP has pulled his 711 number from use.

DeCarli Racing, a longtime partner of the KTM Group, has been rebranded as the GASGAS Factory Racing program. The team will have three riders, with Mattia Guadagnini and Simon Lagenfelder in MX2 and Jorge Prado in MXGP.

Standing Construct will now be Husqvarna’s premier unit. The independent team, which works closely with the KTM Group, will support Pauls Jonass and Brian Bogers in the MXGP class. Their title sponsors and official name will be announced in the coming weeks.

ICEOne Racing now manages Kawasaki Racing Team MXGP’s efforts. Romain Febvre and Ben Watson will be their riders on the track.

DIGA Procross KTM Racing will be active in both classes, with Thomas Kjer Olsen in MXGP and Liam Everts in MX2.

Honda 114 Motorsports has promoted Ruben Fernandez to the MXGP Class. HRC and Gariboldi Racing are said to be supporters of this effort. The team’s MX2 entry is currently TBA.


Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

Tom Vialle

F&H Kawasaki Racing Team

Kevin Horgmo

Nestaan Husqvarna Factory Racing

Kay De Wolf
Roan Van De Moosdijk

Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing

Mattia Guadagnini
Simon Lagenfelder

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2 Team

Jago Geerts
Thibault Benistant

Everest Racing

Julian Vander Auwere

JK Racing Yamaha


SM ACTION Racing Team/Yuasa Battery

Andrea Adamo

DIGA Procross KTM Racing

Liam Everts


Bastian Boegh Damm

Hitachi KTM Fuelled by Milwaukee

Isak Gifting
Conrad Mewse


Raths Motorsports

Jeremy Sydow

Team Ship To Cycle Honda SR Motoblouz

Stephen Rubini
Emil Weckman

Honda 114 Motorsports


KTM Beddini MX2

Gianluca Facchetti

Power By JJ Racing Team

Filip Olsson


Jan Pancar


Paul Haberland

Riley Racing

Tim Edberg

KTM Racestore

Same Nilsson


Tom Guyon

DRT Kawasaki

Mikkel Haarup
Taylor Hammal


Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

Jeffrey Herlings

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team

Jeremy Seewer
Glenn Coldenhoff

Maxime Renaux

Team HRC

Tim Gajser
Mitch Evans

Kawasaki Racing Team MXGP

Romain Febvre
Ben Watson

F&H Kawasaki Racing Team

Jed Beaton

Red Bull GASGAS Factory Racing

Jorge Prado

JK Racing Yamaha

Alvin Ostlund

SM ACTION Racing Team Yuasa Battery

Alberto Forato

TBA | *Standing Construct Husqvarna

Pauls Jonass
Brian Bogers

DIGA Procross KTM Racing

Thomas Kjer Olsen

Team Fantic Racing

Nicholas Lapucci

JM Honda Racing


Team Ship To Cycle Honda SR Motoblouz

Benoit Paturel

KTM Kosak Team

Tom Koch

JWR Honda Racing

Davy Pootjes
Vsevolod Brylyakov

Honda 114 Motorsports

Ruben Fernandez

Team Gebben Van VenRooy Yamaha Racing

Calvin Vlaanderen
Arminas Jasikonis

Sahkar Racing

Hardi Roosiorg


Jeremy Van Horebeek
Alessandro Lupino

MRT Racing Team KTM


JT911 KTM Racing Team

Jordi Tixier


Jorge Zaragoza

Riley Racing

Brent Van Doninck

Michael Antonovich

Michael Antonovich has a wealth of experience with over 10 years of moto-journalism under his belt. A lifelong racing enthusiast and rider, Anton is the Editor of Swapmoto Live and lives to be at the race track.

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