Team USA for VMXdN Foxhill breaks cover

By Team TMX on 19th Jun 24

News Motocross

Team USA breaks cover for the biggest motocross vet’s event in the world, VMXdN Foxhill, which is held across the August Bank holiday, August 22-25, 2024. As the pinnacle of two-stroke vets racing, this event is gaining traction daily and attracting teams from around the world!

The team captain will be AMA national champion Mike Brown, a VMXdN regular. Brownie leaves it all on the track with his balls out, picture-perfect riding style. He always gives his all; as the only member of the 2023 squad returning to defend their podium finish, you can believe that he will only be happy with the win; he's not coming all this way for anything else! Brownie is lining up on a DocWob Built Pro Circuit tuned 2002 YZ 250 with a very special 90's livery. He is a machine and expect him to be right up the sharp end.

Not only will Brownie be contesting in the VMXdN International Team Race, but he is also lining up in the Evo 125 Class and competing in the +50. Paul Wright from Wright Engineering, in collaboration with Matt Coles, will supply and build Brownie's machines for these races.

Andrew Short will make his maiden VMXdN appearance. As a long-time factory rider, notably for the mighty HRC squad in the USA and later in his career as part of the factory Yamaha rally raid squad, he will be more than up for the challenge. Riding another of the DocWob built, Pro Circuit-tuned 2002 YZ 250s in matching livery to the Mike Brown, Ryan Villopoto, and Alessio Chiodi Yamahas, he will be coming equipped to take no prisoners on the iconic hillside amphitheatre near Swindon.

Third on the squad is Sean Lipanovich. Lipanovich comes recommended by team captain Mike Brown (so you know he's a player). He has had a long and distinguished AMA pro career racing for notable teams such as the Honda of Troy and Suzuki City squads. Later in his career, he became a test rider for Dirt Bike magazine and an R&D test rider for the KTM and WP factories. Lipanovich will be racing a DocWob built, Pro Circuit tuned KX 250 for the event.

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