Kawasaki Motors Australia press release:
Dyson Motorsports will run the largest Kawasaki supported Motocross and Supercross effort to compete in the 2018 MX Nationals and Australian Supercross Championship series.
With a rich history in Australian Sprintcar racing and a promising initiation into national Motocross/Supercross competition during 2017, Dyson Motorsport have established themselves as heavyweight players in Australian powersports racing.
Ranking as one of the top Australian Sprintcar teams over the last six years, Dyson Motorsports have enlisted premier international riders and claimed one of the biggest sprint car titles in Australia, the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic in 2014.
Dyson Motorsports now eagerly look towards their next chapter which entails a Kawasaki backed effort in the 2018 MX Nationals and Australian Supercross Championship series.
“We are extremely excited for the partnership between Dyson Motorsports and Kawasaki Motors Australia and we look forward to working together throughout 2018,” said Sean Dyson, Director of Dyson Motorsports.
“This year we ran Dylan Wood in the MX Nationals out of a small rigid truck and then built upon that to compete with a two rider team in the Australian Supercross Championship and now we have stepped it up again with a plan to run 3 riders, with a larger transporter and team base in 2018.”
The Dyson Motorsport team structure will include the esteemed Jay and Jess Foreman, who will jointly manage riders, KX250F and KX450F development and logistics.
“Jay and Jess Foreman will bring well-respected work ethic and expertise to our team which will give us more experience next year and I will provide the backing through my company, Complete Parts and Equipment,” commented Sean.
The driving force behind Dyson Motorsports is in the form of Complete Parts and Equipment, a company that supplies parts, equipment and services to the mining and civil industries across Australia, including selling new, used and reconditioned parts for earth moving equipment plus rebuilding componentry and machines.
Kawasaki Motors Australia National Sales and Marketing Manager, Robert Walker said, “Dyson Motorsports have shown their fighting spirit in their core Sprintcar racing activities over the years. We are confident that our support will take their Motocross and Supercross campaign to the next level, including the addition of our KX450F and KX250F models to their arsenal which will certainly give them a competitive edge.”
Dyson Motorsport will unleash a blaze of green fury at round 1 of the MX Nationals in 2018.
Additional announcements covering rider selection and key sponsors will be made in the near future.