The 2019 Monster Energy FIM MXoN line up is taking shape with teams from all over the world entering the event with his best motocross riders. In the last couple of day additional teams have been announced and you can find them HERE below:
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Team Ireland attended the event every year since 1950 with the best result being a 7th position in 2003. All chosen riders have been competing the Bristish Championship this year
Team Manager: Phillip McCullough
MXGP: Jason Maara in his debut in MXoN
MX2: Martin Barr, for his 15th time part of the team
OPEN: Stuart Edmunds at his 7th participation
Team New Zealand
Team New Zealand has been competing the MXoN since 1987 and was on the podium in three occasions: 1998, 2001 and 2006. This year a young team has been announced:
Team Manager: Bevan Weal
MXGP: Wyatt Chase, who is currently second in New Zealand Championship
MX2: Dylan Walsh, a promising MX2 World Championship rider
OPEN: Maximus Purvis, currently third in New Zealand Championship
Team Germany has a long experience in MXoN with a milestone victory in 2012 with Ma Nagl, Ken Roczen and Marcus Shiffer
Team manager: Thomas Wolfgang
MXGP: Tom Koch at his first attendance
MX2: Simon Längenfelder, the young rider is a EMX125 sensation and he finished 3rd this year in the Eurooean Championship.
OPEN: Dennis Ullrich
Team Puerto Rico
Team Puerto Rico has been participating since 2007 and he qualified for the event in 2008, 2010, 2014 and 2018 being the 2018 edition the most notable for the team with Travis Pastrana, kevin Windham and Ryan Sipes riding after their retirement to raise awareness and support for Team Puerto Rico as it was devastated by the Hurricane Maria in 2017.
Team Manager: Gabriel Catala
MXGP: Justin Starling
MX2: Jose Fernando Rodriguez
OPEN: Chase Marquier
This year the Team Greece will send young riders to the 73rd edition of the Monster Energy FIM MXoN, but all of them are former or current champions of the Greek championship
Team Manager:Korelis Stylianos
MXGP: Kritikos Emmanouil, at his second attendnce at MXoN
MX2: Alexandros Georgantas, current MX2 Greek Champion, 1sttime part of the team
OPEN: Andreas Andreoy is the youngest rider in the team at his debut at MXoN
Team Cyprus isproud to attend the Monster Energy FIM MXoN for the third time in history. First time was in 2005 and second in 2009. The team presented is very young and motivated to compete with the Best motocross riders in the world.
Team Manager: Kavazis Kyriakos
MXGP: Christos Tsangaras multi-time National champion
MX2: Aristos Georgiou
Open: Chrisanthos Georgiou
Team Portugal is at its 26th consecutive participation at the event with the best results in 2001 and 2005 finishing 8th.
Team Manager:Riley Ross
MXGP: Piixe Sandro, second time part of the team
MX2: Luis Outeiro, second time part of the team
OPEN: Hugo Basaula, as veteran of Team Portugal
Team Croatia has been entering the MXoN for 27 years with its best result in 1999.
Team Manager: Danko Braim
MXGP: Luka Crnkovic
MX2: Nikola Hranic
OPEN: Mattja Kevala
The complete entry list for the 73rd edition of the Monster Energy FIM MXoN will be released shortly.