Jeremy Martin has been re-signed to Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha’s 250 program for the year 2022.
Martin’s 2021 season has been plagued by injury since the season’s first gate drop, with a crash in the first lap of the Monster Energy Supercross season ending his hopes of winning the 250SX West.
Martin has put up great fights since his return to the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, winning at Spring Creek and Washougal.
Martin’s future was a looming concern as the season has progressed, but confirmation came today from Star Racing, as the ink on a new deal between the two for 2022 dried.
“I’m really excited to be back with Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing for 2022,” Martin explained. “I haven’t had the year I was hoping for, so I’m very grateful to do what I love and have another opportunity to race my butt off for some championships next year.
“The team and I have had a lot of success together over the years, and we look to build on that.”
Martin rejoined the Star Racing team after the Geico Honda team folded at the end of last season, reuniting him with the team that helped him win back-to-back 250MX championships in 2014 and 2015.
Martin’s intention at the outset of the 2021 season was to finish the year on a 250 and then move up to the 450 class in 2022, but injury stopped him from doing so.
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