Rockstar Energy Factory Husqvarna rider Dean Wilson in the end of 2022 AMA Pro Motocross Season announced that he retires from racing Motocross, and he will return to Supercross-Only in 2023 and 2024. Dean Wilson announced yesterday that after 8 years working with Rockstar Factory Husqvarna, Wilson and Husqvarna will part ways. The latest rumors are that Christian Craig already signed a 2 year deal with Factory Husqvarna for 2023 and 2024 Supercross and Motocross Season.
Wilson was also announced at the FIM World Supercross opening round with the British Grand Prix taking place in Principality Stadium on Saturday, October 08, the 30-year-old Scot will race in the WSX (450cc) class, alongside world class names such as two-time World Supercross champion Chad Reed from Australia, former World Motocross champion from Germany Ken Roczen, and former World Supercross champion and current AMA Supercross champion, Eli Tomac..
Well it’s been 8 long years with the @husqvarnamotorcyclesusa x @ktmusa group. I am very grateful for my time with them. We never achieved what we set out to but I tried my best through all the up & downs I had to deal with. Thank you Bobby Hewitt for giving me the first opportunity to get on husky from when I was a privateer for that short time. Thank you Pit, Roger & Robert for having me apart of the team. Thank you Scuba for always having my back & though we didn’t get to spend much time thanks Nate for your time. This whole team has been some of the best years of my life. When one chapter closes another opens📖 Till next time boys! ✌🏼🍻