Speaking to the leading Australian Motocross site, motoonline.com.au, Wilson Todd has confirmed he’ll be racing the MX2 World Championship in 2020.
Todd nearly got a deal for the 2019 season as we believe he tested the Factory KTM and the 114 Motorsports Honda. In the end Tom Vialle and Mitch Evans signed with those teams leaving Todd without a ride. It looks like he’ll make the move for 2020 though.
Speaking to motoonline.com.au, Todd stated, “I don’t how much I can say, but I’ve got a deal in Europe next year, and that’s about it. I’m pretty happy – the team approached me, and it’s a top team, so it’s pretty cool. At the time I had the possibility of going to America with Troy Lee, but I got back to the guys [in Europe] and said I’ll do it”.
Wilson Todd contested the first few rounds of the AMA Nationals and showed some good pace and did a few rounds of the series with TLD KTM before heading back to Australia.
With regards to what team Todd will link up with in the World Championship, the Aussie has been linked to Steve Dixon’s DRT Kawasaki team and the 114 Motorsports Honda team have also been linked to an Aussie so let’s not rule them out.
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