As the series gets closer, more big names are being linked but not confirmed to be racing the full 2023 FIM World Supercross series even if it clashes with outdoors.
After initially being rumoured to race outdoors, Steve Matthes said that Roczen could end up going World Supercross, which would give HEP Suzuki the defending champ of the series, a huge coup for the series and the team.
With no ride for outdoors, Colt Nichols is also being linked after racing a factory Honda in the premier series in America. Nichols was down to ride WSX last year but pulled out when he got the Honda ride.
Today will be the announcement of Ken Roczen at WSX Social Media, and we can clearly see that the image of BIG NEWS is a Suzuki. There is no bigger news than Roczen riding in the World Supercross
Confirmed: Ken Roczen will race the full FIM World Supercross Championship season. Roczen will race around the globe, giving fans a new opportunity to see him battle in multiple countries as he defends his title.
BIG NEWS! 08 MAY 2023#StayTuned #WSX pic.twitter.com/lu2pUJRmbK— WSXChampionship (@WSXChampionship) May 7, 2023