Adam Sterry will be back with Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee team in 2021! The former British champ was drafted into the team mid 2020 after leaving the JD Gunnex KTM privateer GP team.
But he's signed up for 2021 and will race the MXGP world championship and British championship.
Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee remained in the same location, Pietramurata, for the 17th round of the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship. The scenic Italian track acted as the penultimate stop on the calendar and provided another chance for Conrad Mewse, Bas Vaessen and Adam Sterry to make steps forward.
British KTM MXGP riders Shaun Simpson and Adam Sterry are both non-starters for the weekend's opening Faenza MXGP round in Italy.
Hitachi KTM new boy Sterry, who went down hard then was run over at the recent MX nationals at Landrake, is believed to have had a crash in testing this
The resumption of racing in MXGP has seen the Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee team pushed to the limits in order to complete three races in the space of a week, but the team emerged with plenty to show from their time in Latvia, with Conrad Mewse building his form
Adam Sterry has been signed by Roger Magee’s Hitachi KTM fuelled by Milwaukee team to compete in the in the soon to be resumed 2020 MXGP championship. Having competed in the first two rounds in Spring under the JD Gunnex banner, Sterry unexpectedly parted company with the Czech team at the
Former British champion Adam Sterry has parted ways with the JD Gunnex KTM MXGP team. The team posted the following:
The time of the season when new contracts will be signed is here. Everything is going to be prepared for the new season 2021. JD GUNNEX KTM RACING TEAM agreed with
Former British MX2 champion Adam Sterry capped off a strong 2019 world championship season with a glorious ride to a podium place for Team GB in the Motocross of Nations.
But now he faces the best in the world on 450s every time out as he jumps up to the
Sterry signs his MXGP deal
Former British champion Adam Sterry has clinched a deal to return to KTM and contest the MXGP world championship in 2020.
Sterry, who had to leave his F&H Kawasaki team as he is now too old to contest MX2 GPs, will join JD Gunnex KTM in the
World enduro championship rider Nathan Watson and former British MX2 champ Adam Sterry have been drafted in to Team GB for the Motocross of Nations in Assen at the end of the month.
Following the initial announcement of the Team GB line up in mid-August for the forthcoming 2019 MXON at
"What a day on this awesome motocross track🙄! Two big crashes so happy to walk away healthy! I’m all good after the second moto though! Back at it this week ready for another one of my favourite tracks in Sweden 🇸🇪 thanks team."