Youthstream present the 2017 Provisional list of Officially Approved Teams

MONACO (Principality of Monaco), 22 December 2016 – Youthstream is glad to present the provisional OAT (Officially Approved Teams) list which will be part of the 2017 FIM Motocross World Championship.

The final and official OAT list will be announced at the end of January, but in the meantime Youthstream is very proud of the numerous requests received so far for every European and Overseas round.

Please find here below the 2017 provisional OAT List:

MXGP Class

TEAM

BIKE

RIDER 1

RIDER 2

Rider 3

24MX Lucas Oil Honda

Honda

Damon Graulus

Milko Potisek

 

62 MotoSport

Husqvarna

Klemen Gercar

   

Carglass Honda Racing

Honda

Ander Valentin

   

CDP Cortenuova

Yamaha

Matevz Irt

   

CEC Scandinavian Racing Sports

KTM

Jonathan Bengtsson

   

Gebben V Venrooy Kawasaki

Kawasaki

Maxime Desprey

   

Hitachi KTM UK

KTM

Jake Nicholls

 

 

HSF Logistics Motorsport Team

KTM

Calvin Vlaanderen

Davy Pootjes

 

Husqvarna 8Biano Racing

Husqvarna

Tanel Leok

Rui Goncalves

 

Husqvarna Maurer-gép Racing Team

Husqvarna

Jernej Irt

 

 

iFly JK Racing

Yamaha

Ryan Houghton

 

 

JTECH SUZUKI VALENTI

Suzuki

Ken de Dycker

 

 

Marchetti Racing Team KTM

KTM

José Butron

 

 

Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki

Kawasaki

Tommy Searle

 

 

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team

Kawasaki

Clement Desalle

Jordi Tixier

 

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team

Yamaha

Romain Febvre

Jeremy Van Horebeek

 

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

KTM

Antonio Cairoli

Glen Coldenhoff

Jeffrey Herlings

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MXGP

Husqvarna

Max Nagl

Gautier Paulin

Max Anstie

STC RACING

Husqvarna

Jaap Corneth

 

 

Team HRC

Honda

Tim Gajser

Evgeny Bobryshev

 

Team Honda Red Moto

Honda

Alessandro Lupino

Valentin Guillod

 

Team Suzuki World MXGP

Suzuki

Kevin Strijbos

Arminas Jasikonis

 

Wilvo Yamaha MXGP

Yamaha

Arnaud Tonus

Shaun Simpson

 

 

MX2 Class

TEAM

BIKE

RIDER 1

RIDER 2

Rider 3

CEC Husqvarna Sweden

Husqvarna

Anton Gole

   

F&H Racing Team

Kawasaki

David Herbreteau

   

Hitachi KTM UK

KTM

Ben Watson

 

 

Honda HRC

Honda

Chihiro Notsuka

Michele Cervellin

 

HSF Logistics Motorsport Team

KTM

Calvin Vlaanderen

Davy Pootjes

Brian Bogers

Husqvarna 8Biano Racing

Husqvarna

Iker Larranaga Olano

Caleb Ward

 

Husqvarna Maurer-gép Racing Team

Husqvarna

Brian Hsu

 

 

iFly JK Racing

Yamaha

James Dunn

 

 

JTECH SUZUKI VALENTI

Suzuki

Giuseppe Tropepe

 

 

Kemea Yamaha Yamalube

Yamaha

Benoit Paturel

Alvin Ostlund

Brent Van doninck

LRT KTM

KTM

Julien Lieber

   

Marchetti Racing Team KTM

KTM

Ivo Monticelli

 

 

Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki

Kawasaki

Vsevolod Brylyakov

Darian Sanayei

 

Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team

Kawasaki

Stephen Rubini

Petar Petrov

Adam Sterry

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

KTM

Pauls Jonass

Jorge Prado Garcia

 

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MX2

Husqvarna

Thomas Kjer Olsen

Thomas Covington

Conrad Mewse

STC RACING

Husqvarna

Henry Jacobi

 

 

Team Ausio Yamaha Yamalube Maxxis

Yamaha

Jorge Zaragoza

   

Team Suzuki World MX2

Suzuki

Jeremy Seewer

Hunter Lawrence

Bas Vaessen

TM Racing Factory Team

TM

Samuele Bernardini

   

Vamo Racing Team

Honda

Ivanov Maykal Grisha

Lars van Berkel

 

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