The Supermotoland Husqvarna Junior talent team Video 2021

The Supermotoland Husqvarna Junior talent team Video 2021

Check out the new team video for the Supermotoland Husqvarna Junior talent team and see how they are progressing.


For 2021 the Supermotoland race school and race team based in Bullas, Murcia, Spain will be focusing their efforts on bringing new and young racers into the Spanish Supermoto championship. The team will be called the Supermotoland Husqvarna Junior talent team and will follow on from the 2020 ‘young racer’ initiative that saw the Supermotoland Husqvarna race team field 4 young racers throughout the pandemic affected season, with great success.


In conjunction with Husqvarna motorcycles and the teams prime sponsor, Advance moves International removals, the team will field a group of young racers of varying abilities in 2021, who have been selected from the many applicants received. The aim is to allow young international racers a chance to race at the highest level, with top level support and training to help them achieve new goals.


The teams racers have a Team house to live in and spend their time between races training and being constantly coached to help them improve and become faster for every race. The training regime is constant and means a young racer learns and progresses at a very fast rate, whilst also having a lot of fun.


The Spanish supermoto championship is seen as one of the most competitive supermoto racing series in the World with a top class, international field battling for titles.

The SM-ROAD class is road/asphalt only, and is a breeding ground for racers looking to further their supermoto career, or to potentially go into a road racing career.


Racing a supermoto teaches you all the skills you need in road racing, and allows you to push the limits like never before, as the risks from injury or bike damage in a crash are greatly lessened. All top road racers usually have a supermoto bike in their garage to train on.


Iker Lecouna is the prime example of what can be achieved in this class. At the age of 15 he won the SM-ROAD championship before moving into MOTO2 in the Spanish CEV championship, before going onto MOTO2 world championships, and then onto his current position as a MOTOGP racer with the KTM tech3 team. He still trains on a supermoto as its the ideal training for road racing.


The four young racers selected for the 2021 season are:-


From the UK – Loris Ford-Dunn #82

From Malaysia – Khairulamirin Yahaya #56

From the USA – Will Mcmahon #5

From Australia – Dominic Fletcher #26

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