Lewis Hall has left Kawasaki Team Green following a successful six year partnership and has started up his own team LHR KTM. Check out below the official statement regarding Lewis leaving Kawasaki. We will bring you more on soon.
Lewis Hall calls time on successful Kawasaki Team Green partnership
After six fantastic seasons spent with Team Green riding KX machinery, Lewis Hall has made the difficult decision to move on to pastures new.
Starting his Kawasaki career on the KX85, Lewis immediately displayed huge potential by winning multiple races and Championships.
2017 arguably marked his most successful season, in the form of winning almost every MX Nationals race of the year on the way to a dominant Rookie class title.
Despite this success, Lewis fought to find his true potential with Team Green upon moving to the ultra-competitive MX2 Pro class, however due to a myriad of reasons he has decided to amicably part ways with the team. “I’ve been with Kawasaki for six years now, but my time with Team Green has come to an end. I just want to say a special thank you to everyone at Kawasaki and the entire Perrett family for giving me the opportunity and helping me rise through the ranks from a Small Wheel KX85 to my third year as a Pro racer on the KX250. I can honestly say I would not be where I am today without them, thanks guys!” said Lewis Hall.
Reflecting on the contribution made by Lewis to Team Green and his drive to succeed, Team Manager, Jeff Perrett said, “Since joining the team in 2014 Lewis and his family have been nothing but a pleasure to work with. He’s always listened to advice and gone out and applied it. He is one of most focused and self-motivated kids I have seen and worked with in the sport and always gives nothing but 100%. As a Team Manager, that’s the fundamental base you need to work with to succeed. If everyone is giving 100% then you’ve got a chance to be successful and win championships and that’s what we have achieved.” “Unfortunately our time working together within Team Green has come to end. I wish Lewis the absolute best of luck and on a personal level I will continue to support him and follow his career. Hopefully a little further down the line we’ll see Lewis return to Kawasaki with the same success he’s had as a youth racer.”