Earlier in the week, Marshal Weltin confirmed he’d be leaving the F&H Racing team after the U23 age rule in the EMX250 championship meant he can’t compete in that series next year.
Weltin has now confirmed his plans for the year ahead and he’ll be racing back home in America. During his time competing in the EMX250 championship and the MX2 World Championship he either rode a Kawasaki or Honda but he’ll be making the move to KTM.
The American will be part of the Live It Xtreme KTM team and will start testing next week to prepare for the 250cc East Coast Supercross series.
After concentrating on Motocross for the last two years it’s time for him to get back to Supercross.
Weltin confirmed the news on social media:
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Here it is! Proud to announce I will be racing aboard the @liveitxtreme team for the 2019 Supercross season. @travisliveitx has stepped up huge!! Travis has been a long time supporter of me and I can’t express how much gratitude I have for all he’s done for me. Excited for the offseason training to start next week in California for the 250 East Coast Sx Championship! Also a thanks to @samchalk @sportdurstpowersports @rideonmotoworld