Antonio Cairoli confirms the appearance of Pro Motocross 2022

This is exciting news, as American fans have only caught ‘AC222’ in action a few times with American hosts of the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations and some USGPs. As Harrison said in the PR, although Cairoli is now 36, he has proven he is still capable of winning races on the GP circuit in 2021. There will now be two questions to be answered during these two opening races. First of all, how well did Cairoli keep up to date with his driving, training and other preparations ahead of these races? Second, how will its shape adapt to American tracks, races and weather?

Oh, well, there’s another question looming. While Cairoli made his intentions to race in the United States clear last year, another situation developed due to Jeffrey Herlings’ pre-season injury, which put his MXGP title defense on hold. Rumors have persisted that Herlings, now essentially out of contention for this year’s MXGP crown, may turn his attention to the AMA Pro Motocross circuit instead. The answer will likely come down to Herling’s health as he attempts to recover from a foot injury. Fingers are crossed that the two KTM stars will give American racing a chance this summer, but even if Herlings can’t line up, Tony Cairoli’s prospect on the door as a wildcard “I wonder how it’s going pass?” candidate only makes this next season even more intriguing.

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