Rumour: F&H Kawasaki to go into 2024 with a new rider line up?
One thing that is clear is that the F&H Kawasaki team will go into the 2024 season with a new rider line up under the awning. The team had a good time with Kevin Horgmo but the Norwegian has aged out of the MX2 World Championship and secured a ride with the SR Honda team for what will be his MXGP rookie season.
David Braceras signed with the F&H Kawasaki team for the 2023 and had some up and downs which can be expected for a rookie but overall had a solid season. The young Spaniard is also on the move in 2024 after signing with the Factory Fantic team which will be run by the SM Action team.
This means that the F&H team will have a new rider line up and they are expected to fully focus on one MX2 World Championship rider in the form of the talented, Quentin Prugnieres who will make the move up to the MX2 GP class after two strong years in the EMX250 class. In 2022 he finished fifth in the championship and this year after an injury setback finished sixth in the standings on his BUD Kawasaki.
For 2024, it’s going to be a step up for Prugnieres but there’s no doubt he has talent and if he can have a strong winter working with Marc de Reuver he will be looking for strong results in his rookie MX2 GP season.
The F&H team are also expected to snap up Courtney Duncan who needs no introduction in the WMX world having won her fourth title this year. The Kiwi since coming to Europe has been superb and since making the move to the DRT Kawasaki team has gone from strength to strength. Whilst she might be switching teams she is staying with the same brand she knows how to win with.
As always we will bring you the news as and when it is official.
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