Revo Racing confirm they’re back in the GP paddock for 2024 – Ethan Lane signs
Ethan Lane has signed for a 2-year deal with the Revo Motocross team for the 2024 & 2025 seasons, as the team takes to the World Championship stage once more. Globe-trotting British racer Ethan, who turns 19 in January, will be competing in the MX2 World Championship and the Revo ACU British Championship.
Team Manager Sam Yates says, “I am delighted to announce the signing of Ethan. He has had some misfortunes and injuries in the USA, but I believe with the right team and bike he can further his career. We have some exciting plans over the next two years, and all will be revealed very soon.”
Ethan is “super excited to be joining the Revo team for the 2024-25 World and British Championships. I can’t thank them enough for the opportunity. Exciting times ahead!”
Ethan has competed across the globe for the last few seasons, both in EMX125 and in the AMA Amateur Championships at Loretta Lynn’s, the Mini-Olympics in Florida, and qualified for the main races at all five AMA Pro 250 nationals that he has contested in 2023.
Ethan will join existing rider Billy Askew in taking on the GP scene, as the rider who has dominated the 250cc Youth class in British racing in 2023 will take on the EMX250 class in 2024. Billy has already clinched the MX Nationals Futures MXY2 class title with a perfect season so far, and is close to wrapping up the 250cc Youth class in the Revo series after only dropping one moto all year. Billy will move up to the Pro MX2 class in the Revo ACU British Championships at the age of just 16.
The team will shortly be announcing their MXGP rider for 2024.
Words: Press Release