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Revo Racing Statement

Revo Racing Statement
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With many questions being asked around the future of Team Revo, I thought it best I quench any speculation myself. Many have seen the recent announcement regarding the team’s financial partner withdrawing his support, effectively leaving the team in a bad position.

It is unfortunate that these things happen but something we had no control over. As you can imagine this came as a devastating shock to all the teams personnel, riders, sponsors, and supporters.

After three months of preparation and with everything in place, and even with full factory support for Brian and Billy still on the table, it was just too late in the start of a new season to find the additional financial backing required to compete at the top level. For that reason, the team have had to withdraw from any competition in 2024.

On behalf of Revo, we wish Brian (Bogers) the best of luck in finding an alternative ride and hope he finds something soon. Luckily young Billy will be getting support from Steve Dixons DRT team enabling him to compete in the EMX250 series and we wish them both the best of luck in 2024.

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At this moment in time, we would like to take the opportunity to thank all our fans, co-competitors, and friends for their overwhelming support on social media and private messaging. It is truly appreciated. We would also like to thank Diego Clemont, Pit Beirer and everyone at the factory in Austria for the opportunity we were given as well as their support in the aftermath in trying to make this work.

Hopefully there’s something we can do in the future! Revo will still have involvement in the sport in supporting Dixon racing team with technical support! Again, many thanks for all the support and good luck to everyone in 2024.

Words: Sam Yates (Revo)

Image: Revo Racing

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