Harri Kullas has signed for the FUS Marsh Geartec Husqvarna team which has abandoned its AMCA roots for the 2024 season.
“His first competition for the FUS will be in the upcoming Arenacross UK series. Having already competed at MXGP, MXdN, AMA and British Championship level, Harri will also be contesting at selected outdoor events for FUS in 2024,” said the official statement. Kullas was left without a ride after Yamaha pulled its backing from his Cab Screens team which has officially now folded.
FUS fielded Jack Brunell, Elliot Banks-Browne and Jake Preston in the opening Arenacross round so it’s likely there will be a four-man FUS team come January and the 2024 season opener in Manchester.
The FUS Marsh Geartec Husqvarna team recently announced it will not be competing at AMCA events during 2024, and have committed to both the Acerbis Amateur Nationals and Bridgestone Masters full series whilst attending selected rounds of the MX Nationals Fastest 40. So it seems unlikely Kullas will contest the full ACU British championship.
The team citied their reasons for breaking away from the AMCA due to the uncertainty of entry numbers and lack of potential competition, frustrated by the recent, unpredictable direction and organisation of the Association, the squad claimed.
The team recently announce the signing of Henry Williams for the 2024 season. Following one campaign in the Open class, he will be switching back to MX2 on a 250F.
Joining him in the 2024 squad are James Dodd (MX1), Jake Preston (MX2), Shane Carless (250cc 2T), Damon Strydom (125cc) and Phil Mercer (Veterans). Carless is currently only committed to the Acerbis Amateur Nationals.