JM Honda Racing proudly presents its line up for the 2024 season. The team will compete in three different classes and is busy preparing for the new season.
Brent van Doninck remains with the team and will compete in the MXGP World Championship. Van Doninck showed very strong form last year and achieved one top ten place after another. A hip injury unfortunately brought an early end to his season, but he has now recovered well and is ready to hunt for success in the MXGP class again.
Hakon Osterhagen will compete for the team in the MX2 class. Osterhagen is seen as a very talented rider, who managed to win the world title in the 125cc class in 2021. The last two seasons have been a bit disappointing for the very talented rider due to injuries, but within the structure of JM Honda Racing he will take the next step in his career to become a permanent rider in the top ten.
JM Honda Racing has signed a contract with another talent and this is Max Werner. The German finished third in the EMX125 Championship last year and will switch to the EMX250 class within the JM Racing Honda team.
Preparation for the new season is in full swing and the team will compete in its first races of 2024 in February. The first race of the world championship is scheduled for the weekend of March 9 and 10 in Argentina.