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2020 March 09

First Look: 2020 Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit MX Team

The countdown has officially started and the Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit race team is only a few weeks away from the first gate drop of the 2020 season.

The New Year brings with it exciting changes for the Canadian Kawasaki factory motocross team, including Pro Circuit taking lead of our engine and suspension development, Tyler Medaglia returns to the 450 class, Marshal Weltin joins the team for his first season on Team Green, and we welcome Chad Goodwin as the new Team Manager. Of course, we have 3-time Canadian champion, Matt Goerke, returning as well, so look for Kawasaki to be a serious threat in both classes of the Rockstar Triple Crown Series.


Here's a rundown of our three factory motocross racers for 2020:

 

MARSHAL WELTIN (#19) - KX250
Mechanic : Justin Roney
For 2020, the Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit is very happy to welcome Marshal Weltin on board. The #19 has now been training with the team for a few months and is looking forward to kicking off the new season. Marshal will be competing in the 250 class aboard the Kawasaki KX250 in all 3 Triple Crown series'.

TYLER MEDAGLIA (#5) - KX450
Mechanic : Christian Huber
Returning to the team for the 3rd year in a row, Tyler Medaglia is now back on the Kawasaki KX450 and ready to take on 2020. After multiple accomplishments in all disciplines and all classes, Tyler is looking forward to using the 2020 season to add more success to his resume.

MATT GOERKE (#2) - KX450
Mechanic : Tyler Vrba
Multiple-time Canadian champion, Matt Goerke will also be making his return to racing with the Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit. Despite a set back during the off-season, Matt worked really hard and impressed everyone with an early come back to riding. Against all odds, we are happy to say that the #2 will be on his Kawasaki KX450 for the first round of Canadian Arenacross in April. 

CHAD GOODWIN
Race Team Manager
The Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit race team is happy to officially introduce Chad Goodwin as their 2020 Race Team Manager. With a lot of experience with the team and complete trust from the owners, Chad's new position appointment was an easy decision and we are looking forward to a great season together.

To complete our 2020 program, we are happy to announce the extension of our already existing partnership with the globally recognized company of PRO CIRCUIT.

PRO CIRCUIT had been providing the team with exhausts in the past years and will add engine and suspension to this year's program. The expertise of a company like PRO CIRCUIT brings a lot of confidence to the team and we can't wait to unleash our new bikes on the track.

For more details on the Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit Team, please visit www.hubermotorsports.com.




Tyler Medaglia returns to the premiere 450cc division in 2020.
Tyler Medaglia returns to the premiere 450cc division in 2020.
Tyler Medaglia says his new KX450 race bike is ready to eat!
Tyler Medaglia says his new KX450 race bike is ready to eat!
2020 Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit Team
2020 Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit Team
Matt Goerke and his new KX450
Matt Goerke and his new KX450
Goerke is looking for his 4th Canadian 450 championship.
Goerke is looking for his 4th Canadian 450 championship.
Marshal Weltin showing off his factory KX250 race bike.
Marshal Weltin showing off his factory KX250 race bike.
Weltin joins Team Green in 2020, focusing on the 250cc class.
Weltin joins Team Green in 2020, focusing on the 250cc class.