Adam Cianciarulo remains thanks to a multi-year contract he signed in 2020, and the 2022 race season will be his third in the 450 Class. AC spent much of the 2021 season dealing with an ulnar nerve issue in his right arm, a troublesome injury that caused him to lose grip strength during Motos and ultimately pull out of the MX season to undergo surgery. Cianciarulo has recently gotten back on the bike and, like Anderson, will stay with the team in California for much of the upcoming preseason.
I’ve had a lot of great experiences in my first two seasons with the team. We have made major strides together and are positioned to perform at our very best in this upcoming year of racing. I look forward to continuing to improve and reaching our goals together.”
I enjoyed riding the new @foxraceway track the other day—couple super fun rhythms. Love to catch some air! My guy @derek_quinones behind the lens.