Confirmed: Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha 2023 rider line up

Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha are excited to announce their 2023 team line-up. The official Yamaha UK team, have for a fifth year, retained the services of 3 times MX Nationals Pro MX1 Champion and Revo ACU British Vice-Champion, Harri Kullas (MX1). Sam Nunn (MX2) also stays with the team for another year on board the YZ250F and is looking to build on a positive end to 2022.

Joining the team in 2023 will be Jamie Carpenter, who is moving to the MX1 class after a storming 2022, winning the MX Nationals MX2 title and finishing runner-up in the Revo ACU British MX2 series.
The strong 3 rider line-up for 2023 will battle for honours in the Revo ACU British Championship and MX Nationals British Championship and showcase the fantastic Yamaha YZ450 & YZ250F machines.

Lee Webber – Team Owner: “I’m really pleased with the line-up that we’ve put together with Yamaha and Crescent for 2023. We welcome Jamie Carpenter to the team, which gives us both MX Nationals MX1 and MX2 champions under the awning. Harri and Jamie will ride the all new Yamaha YZ450F and Sam will compete on the proven YZ250F, and we are looking forward to kicking things off at the Hawkstone International”

Harri Kullas: “Very excited to continue with Yamaha and Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha team. I have had really good feeling with the bike and the team, and I enjoy my time racing in the UK, so it is easy decision to continue. For 2023 Yamaha has a new bike so can’t wait to try it out”

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Sam Nunn: “I’m really pleased to be staying with Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha for 2023 and can’t wait to get the season started. There was a lot of positives from 2022, so with good winter prep I think 2023 can be a great year. Thanks again for the teams support, it means a lot”

Jamie Carpenter:Really happy to join the Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha team for 2023. It’s great to be back working with Crescent and Yamaha UK. After a successful 2022 season I will be making the step up to the MX1 class and have already begun my winter preparations. I am excited to see what I can do on the 450 next season”

Words: Press Release