Jeremy Martin, who recently suffered a broken wrist during the second moto of Round 2 in the 2023 Pro Motocross season, has re-signed with ClubMX for a three-year extension. Before his injury, Martin had a strong performance in the Monster Energy Supercross series, finishing sixth in the 250 East division. His career highlights include winning the Pro Motocross championships in 2014 and 2015. ClubMX expressed their loyalty and support for Martin, stating that regardless of his injury, they believe in him wholeheartedly.
ClubMX also confirmed the return of their other three riders for the upcoming 2024 season in the same Instagram post. Enzo Lopes, who had a breakthrough Supercross season, will continue with ClubMX after re-signing at the final SX round in Salt Lake. Garrett Marchbanks, who missed the 23’ supercross season, is determined to make a comeback and will be a strong competitor. “Filthy Phil,” otherwise known as Phil Nicoletti, continues to strive for improvement despite his years of experience, and ClubMX is optimistic about his future performance.
Currently, Marchbanks holds the 10th position in the SuperMotocross World Championship 450 class, while Nicoletti is in 17th place. Lopes, on the other hand, made the decision to not compete in the playoff series. ClubMX hinted at potential expansions in their Instagram post, suggesting that more news on this matter will be announced soon.
Additionally, the post included an update on the injuries suffered by various 450 and 250 riders during the 2023 season. Some notable injuries mentioned were Lorenzo Locurcio’s shoulder, Cooper Webb’s concussion, Eli Tomac’s Achilles tendon injury, and several others. However, many of these riders have since returned or are expected to return for the 2024 season.