2019 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team Introduction
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing took the opportunity to introduce its 2019 Supercross and motocross rider lineup earlier this week at Husqvarna Motorcycles’ North American headquarters in Murrieta, California.
Reigning AMA Supercross 450 class champion Jason Anderson returns to the team for 2019 and is prepared to defend his title aboard his FC 450 Rockstar Edition machine.
“The 2019 season is rapidly approaching and I look forward to getting back to Supercross,” Anderson said. “It’s going to be stacked this year in the 450 class and I look forward to consistently racing my way to the podium.”
Joining Anderson in the premier 450SX class will be Zach Osborne, who earned two consecutive AMA East Region 250SX championships in the past two seasons and one AMA Pro Motocross 250 class championship in 2017.
“2019 marks my rookie season in the 450 class, an opportunity I’ve dreamed of since I was a kid,” Osborne said. “The 450 class is the pinnacle of the sport and I’m very excited to try my hand and see what I can do against the best in the sport.”
The team’s 250SX class effort begins with Thomas Covington, who makes his Stateside racing comeback aboard the FC 250 after spending a number of years overseas racing the FIM Motocross World Championship.
“I’m really excited to continue my relationship with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing here in the States with Bobby Hewitt’s team,” Covington said. “They’ve had a lot of success in the last couple years, so I’m thankful to get this opportunity.”
Michael Mosiman returns for his sophomore Supercross season after finishing 15th in the East Region 250SX championship last season.
“I’m excited and honored to be riding for such a proven team as Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing,” Mosiman said. “After having a whole season healthy under my belt, I think we’ll be able to go out and turn some heads in 2019.”
Jordan Bailey enters his rookie Supercross season in 2019, where the 18-year-old will pilot the No. 52 Husqvarna FC 250 machine.
“I’m looking forward to the 2019 season as a Supercross rookie,” Bailey said. “I’m extremely excited to race the new Husqvarna FC 250 and be part of a prestigious team.”