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The DeCarli team that has run Tony Cairoli on KTM for a decade will switch to GasGas for 2022 with two-time MX2 World Champion Jorge Prado while in MX2, current world number four Mattia Guadagnini will compete alongside young German hotshot, Simon Langenfelder.

There’s no plans or indications that there will be a special edition GASGAS bike released in 2022, meaning the US team with Justin Barcia and his 250 teammates Michael Mosiman and Pierce Brown, will all be aboard the outgoing platform for another season. In fact, if we’ve heard through the grapevine correctly, the GASGAS platform will be staying on that platform come the 2023 production line as well.

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This would leave us to believe you’ll see US based teams on this platform for all of 2022 racing season and possibly even the 2023 calendar year as well? Well, due to lack of a production rule in MXGP and not to be left out, GASGAS will field the new generation bike for Jorge Prado to contend the World Championship with…even though the brand itself is now producing the bike for a decent amount of time. They’ve sort of disguised the bike under the GASGAS current bodywork. But with just a quick glance, it’s obvious this bike has the incoming generation frame, swingarm, 450 engine, airbox, subframe, and more. Take a look through the photos for a closer look..

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