MONACO (Principality of Monaco) 25 March 2024 – Infront Moto Racing is thrilled to announce the renewal of the collaboration with Athena for the 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship. This dynamic partnership continues to solidify the drive for innovation in the world of motocross.

Embarking on another thrilling season, the Athena Group and GET (electronics division) continue to be a global supplier, reaffirming its committed support to some of the most elite riders and teams in the paddock. For years, the iconic logos of Athena and GET have been omnipresent on the tracks of MXGP events.

Some of the best MXGP/MX2 teams and riders will use their GET's Electronic Engine Units (ECUs) and other accessories linked to GET during the 2024 season. That will include the brand new SX1 PRO 2024 control unit launched at the 2023 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations which is used by the whole Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing MXGP Team with Maxime RenauxJago Geerts and Calvin Vlaanderenas well as JM Honda Racing’s Brent Von Doninck in MXGP and Hakon Osterhagen in MX2 among other.
GET will finally provide the CDI ECU for 2-stroke carburetor engines to the whole Fantic Factory Racing EMX125 Team and the MJC Yamaha Official EMX125 Team.

An exceptionally new partnership has been signed also with JM Honda Racing involving Athena brand and its core project on Pistons developments. The team has chosen to run with Athena Piston given the product exceptional performance and reliability under any circumstances.

Infront Moto Racing is looking forward to carrying on this historic partnership with Athena throughout 2024 and lead the way to drive innovation and performance and keep improving our sport. 


About SX1 PRO: 

The new control units are a must-have for 2024 Off-road motorcycles. SX1 PRO is designed to be compatible with all 2T and 4T injection engines from the main motorcycle manufacturers, such as KTM, Husqvarna, GASGAS, Honda, Yamaha and Kawasaki. The SX1 PRO platform is a new pinnacle of technological innovation with two racing maps preinstalled and the possibility to select them through SX1 Controller, the new evolution of handlebar switch, with which you can manage the patented GET “GPA Traction Control” technology, the electronic Launch Control system and the QuickShifter. The customization is even more expanded through the new SX1 Connect WiFi module which increase even more riders experience and personalization using WiGET App.

About Athena Pistons:

Athena’s range of dirt bike pistons combine race-proven performance with exceptional reliability. Crafted by Athena's skilled engineering team, these pistons undergo rigorous R&D tests at the Racing Dept. Innovation, technology, and meticulous attention to details characterize the process. Over 30 hours of in-house testing and track sessions ensure precision, focusing on skirt coating, dome profiles, and optimized shapes. Utilizing gravity casting for 2-stroke engines and forging for 2T and 4T engines, Athena creates pistons with intricate internal structures. High silicon alloys minimize thermal expansion, maintaining optimal piston-to-wall clearance for sustained high performance. Precision machining using advanced CNC equipment guarantees tight tolerances, producing lightweight, durable pistons. Athena's commitment to excellence makes these pistons the top choice for riders seeking superior quality replacements. 

Athena is committed to delivering cutting-edge technology, products, and services tailored to meet the unique needs of every individual, guided by principles of integrity, reliability, innovation, and excellence. Explore further at to discover more.



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