List: 2020 MXGP Teams

A complete list of 2020 MXGP teams

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Things are progressing quite slowly, when it comes to transfer news in the Grand Prix paddock. A lot of announcements are expected in the coming days. Where are things at now though? A list of confirmed moves can be found below. There is some text beneath each team that gives stuff away though, so take note of that information. This post will be updated regularly as more news becomes official.

MXGP

Red Bull KTM

Jeffrey Herlings

MXGP

Antonio Cairoli

MXGP

Jorge Prado

MXGP

Note: Jeffrey Herlings will sit beneath the MX2 awning, as per usual, whilst both Antonio Cairoli and Jorge Prado will be under Claudio De Carli's banner.

(Ray Archer)

JD Gunnex KTM Racing

Jose Butron

MXGP

Adam Sterry

MXGP

Marchetti Racing KTM

Brian Bogers

MXGP

Note: Following two disappointing seasons with Team HRC, Brian Bogers will drop down to the satellite Marchetti Racing KTM squad. No surprises here.

Sarholz KTM

Tom Koch

MXGP

TBC

MXGP

Note: It has already been confirmed that Tom Koch will return to Sarholz KTM, but Max Nagl's plans are yet to be confirmed. Nagl experienced multiple knee issues this year.

SS24 KTM

Shaun Simpson

MXGP

Note: Shaun Simpson will move onto his third team in as many years but this one is going to be a little different. Simpson will run his own operation for the first time.

(Ray Archer)

NR83 KTM

Nathan Renkens

MXGP

VHR KTM

Jordi Tixier

MXGP

VRT KTM

Petar Petrov

MXGP

Note: This is effectively the North Europe KTM team that Petar Petrov rode for this year, as that outfit has merged with VRT KTM for the new season.

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing

Arminas Jasikonis

MXGP

Pauls Jonass

MXGP

Note: Arminas Jasikonis' contract actually expired this year but he signed a one-year extension. Pauls Jonass is entering the final year of his deal.

PAR Homes RFX Husqvarna

Evgeny Bobryshev

MXGP

Note: PAR Homes RFX Husqvarna have signed a former Grand Prix winner, Evgeny Bobryshev. Bobryshev will compete in the European rounds of MXGP.

A1M Husqvarna

Tanel Leok

MXGP

Standing Construct GasGas

Glenn Coldenhoff

MXGP

Ivo Monticelli

MXGP

Note: The Standing Construct team will transform into Standing Construct GasGas Factory Racing in 2020, therefore introducing the manufacturer into MXGP.

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing

Jeremy Seewer

MXGP

Gautier Paulin

MXGP

Arnaud Tonus

MXGP

Note: Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha MXGP has become Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing, replacing Michele Rinaldi's team. Rinaldi is still involved in developing the machines.

(Ray Archer)

Yamaha SM Action MC Migliori

TBC

MXGP

Note: Strong rumours suggest that the SM Action Yamaha team has signed an MX2 graduate for the upcoming season. It just has not been announced yet.

Gebben Van Venrooy Yamaha

Alessandro Lupino

MXGP

Thomas Covington

MXGP

Calvin Vlaanderen

MXGP

JWR Yamaha Racing

Anton Gole

MXGP

TBC

MXGP

TBC

MXGP

Note: There is no news from the JWR Yamaha Racing outfit yet. Kevin Strijbos and Vsevolod Brylyakov will not be on the team though, that much is known.

Ghidinelli Racing Yamaha

Samuele Bernardini

MXGP

SDM Corse Yamaha

Michele Cervellin

MXGP

Monster Energy KRT

Clement Desalle

MXGP

Romain Febvre

MXGP

Note: Following five years at Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing, Romain Febvre will race a Kawasaki in 2020. Clement Desalle is on a one-year deal.

(Ray Archer)

BOS Factory Kawasaki

TBC

MXGP

Note: BOS Factory Kawasaki hinted that they would return to racing next year, although it now sounds like that is not going to happen. We are awaiting confirmation.

Bike It DRT Kawasaki

TBC

MXGP

Note: There were strong rumours floating around that Steve Dixon would run a premier-class rider in 2020 but it is highly unlikely that will happen now.

Team HRC

Tim Gajser

MXGP

Mitch Evans

MXGP

JM Racing Honda

Benoit Paturel

MXGP

Julien Lieber

MXGP

Honda SR Motoblouz

Jeremy Van Horebeek

MXGP

Valentin Guillod

MXGP

Note: Honda SR Motoblouz will actually add a second premier-class rider to their squad in 2020. Valentin Guillod is linked to that spot.

FM Racing Suzuki

Simone Furlotti

MXGP

(Ray Archer)

MX2

Red Bull KTM

Tom Vialle

MX2

Rene Hofer

MX2

Note: Rene Hofer will step up from the EMX250 class to race in MX2 on a full-time basis. Hofer has been groomed by the Red Bull KTM team for a while.

Marchetti Racing KTM

Kevin Horgmo

MX2

JD Gunnex KTM Racing Team

Richard Sikyna

MX2

Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee

Conrad Mewse

MX2

Bas Vaessen

MX2

(Ray Archer)

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing

Thomas Kjer Olsen

MX2

Jed Beaton

MX2

Note: The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team will be managed by Rasmus Jorgensen, rather than Jacky Martens. The riders will stay the same as will the support.

PAR Homes RFX Husqvarna

Josh Gilbert

MX2

Note: Josh Gilbert will enter the Grand Prix series for the first time in 2020. It sounds like the PAR Homes RFX team will only contest the European rounds though.

Diga Procross Husqvarna

Jeremy Sydow

MX2

TBC

MX2

Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing MX2

Ben Watson

MX2

Jago Geerts

MX2

(Ray Archer)

Yamaha SM Action MC Migliori

Maxime Renaux

MX2

Note: Maxime Renaux will receive a bit of a boost next year – the Yamaha SM Action MC Migliori team will receive engines direct from Rinaldi.

Ghidinelli Racing Yamaha

Morgan Lesiardo

MX2

STC Racing

Petr Polak

MX2

F&H Racing Kawasaki

Roan van de Moosdijk

MX2

Mathys Boisrame

MX2

Mikkel Haarup

MX2

Bike It DRT Kawasaki

TBC

MX2

Note: Bike It DRT Kawasaki have signed an MX2 rider from Australia – it just has not been made official yet. It should be announced any moment now.

BUD Racing Kawasaki

Mitchell Harrison

MX2

Team HRC

TBC

MX2

TBC

MX2

Note: Mystery has surrounded HRC's MX2 programme. There has been no word on whether they will even run a CRF250RW and, considering how late it is, it seems unlikely.

Assomotor Honda

Stephen Rubini

MX2

Alvin Ostlund

MX2

Note: A new MX2 line-up for Assomotor Honda, as Mathys Boisrame has moved onto F&H Racing Kawasaki and Brent Van Doninck must enter the MXGP class.

(Ray Archer)

Honda 114 Motorsports

TBC

MX2

TBC

MX2

Note: Honda 114 Motorsports have signed two new Australian riders for the 2020 season. An announcement is expected in the coming days.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Ray Archer

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