The JGRMX/Yoshimura/Suzuki Racing and Twisted Tea H.E.P. Motorsports Suzuki racers are eager to commence the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series this weekend. Following a long COVID-19-induced delay the 2020 season kicks off at the famed Loretta’s Lynn’s Ranch in Tennessee.

Joey Savatgy will make his Suzuki racing debut aboard his JGR-tuned Suzuki RM-Z450 alongside 450 teammate Fredric Noren. Alex Martin and his Suzuki RM-Z250 will represent the JGRMX team in the 250cc engine displacement class. Max Anstie, fresh off a moto win in the 2019 World Championship series, sets his sights on American MX wins aboard his H.E.P. Motorsports Suzuki RM-Z450 with teammate Adam Enticknap.

Joey Savatgy joins the battle after a pre-season injury postponed his U.S. racing debut with the Suzuki team. Savatgy is healed up and his RM-Z450 is dialed in for the nine-round 2020 Outdoor Motocross season. “Versace” has the speed, equipment, and support to add to his seven career MX wins.

“I’m just excited to be back racing,” Savatgy said, “I haven’t raced in the U.S. in almost a year. I’m feeling good and the injury is all healed up. The team and I have put in the work and it’s up to me to go execute.”

A-Mart will try to contend his first-ever 250MX title on the Suzuki.

Alex Martin has come within a single position of winning the 250 Outdoor MX title in two of the past four years. Growing up with one of the series’ venues on his family’s property, A-Mart is a natural at the high speeds and gritty racing of motocross. The extended break between the Supercross series and the first Outdoor round has given Martin that much more time to reacclimate to his racing specialty – outdoor motocross.

“I’m very excited to be going back to the races and grateful that [series promoter] MX Sports and the teams were able to figure out a way for us to race this summer.” Martin is ready to lead more laps and pull in some outdoor wins. “The work has been done, time to see where we stack up,” added Martin.

Fredrik Noren joined the JGRMX team last summer as a mid-season fill-in rider; the Swedish rider’s results improved instantly once moving onto the responsive RM-Z450. With a full supercross season on the 450cc machine, look for “Fast Freddie” to turn heads and be a threat for podiums early in this summer’s racing.

Outdoor specialist Freddie Noren is ready to go play outside.

“It’s going to be awesome to be back at the races with the team,” Noren stated. “We’ve been getting everything dialed in. Testing and practicing have been really good so I can’t wait ’till Saturday!”

“This is the first season in a long time that I have been this excited to see these guys race,” Team Manger Jeremy Albrecht added. “All three of these guys are ready and we have the potential to have our best outdoor season yet. We are ready to get back to racing!”