FANTIC FACTORY MX UNVEILED

Fantic presented some novelties for 2024: relying on three structures with deep experience, it will participate in three classes.

After its debut in 2022, Fantic returns to line up in grand style at the starting gate of the MXGP World Championship. In fact, for 2024, Fantic will participate in the premier class of motocross by entrusting the Fantic Factory Racing MXGP team to the experience of Louis Vosters' Dutch structure, a protagonist in the world motocross championship in recent years. The riders who will bring the Fantic XXF 450 to the race, under the guidance of team manager Vitaliy Tonkov, will be the outstanding Glenn Coldenhoff and the rookie Roan Van de Moosdjik.

Fantic will also be present in the MX2 World Championship and the EMX250 European Championship with the Fantic Factory Racing MX2 team, with Matteo Migliori's SM Action structure from Modena, together with team manager Emanuele Giovannelli. The Fantic bearers will be the Dutch Kay Karssemakers, the EMX250 2023 vice Champion who deservedly rises in the World Championship, and the Spaniard David Braceras. The French Alexis Fueri is confirmed in the EMX250.

The Fantic Factory Racing EMX125 team will be present in the European 125 championship with Daniele Marchese's SDM team, which will field the Italian Simone Mancini, the Hungarian Noel Zanocz, and the Belgian Douwe Van Mechgelen.


 

FANTIC FACTORY RACING TEAM MXGP
Louis Vosters (Team Owner)
Vitaliy Tonkov (Team Manager)

Glenn Coldenhoff 
Roan Van de Moosdjik

 

FANTIC FACTORY RACING TEAM MX2
Matteo Migliori (Team Owner)
Emanuele Giovannelli (Team Manager)

David Braceras
Kay Karssemakers
Alexis Fueri (EMX250)

 

FANTIC FACTORY RACING TEAM EMX125
Daniele Marchesi (Team Manager)

Simone Mancini
Noel Zanocz
Douwe Van Mechgelen  

 

Photo Credit: Fantic Factory Racing
 

Author: 
Fantic Factory Racing

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