This weekend the motocross world will descend on Red Bud for the 2022 running of the Motocross of Nations. 34 teams will compete for the Chamberlain Trophy, arguably the most sought after title in racing. We’ve dug up the list of riders so you can see who’s who and what teams will be the toughest to beat. Can America clinch it in home soil? It’s been 11 years (2011) since Team USA topped the world.
All qualifying and motos throughout the weekend can be seen via subscription at at MXGP-TV.com, while live coverage of Sunday’s races will air on CBS Sports Network on Sunday September 25 starting at 10:00 AM PDT.
Note, you’ll see some numbers are missing from the list. Those teams / riders are not racing this year.
#1 Antonio Cairoli – MXGP – KTM 450 SX-F
#2 Andrea Adamo – MX2 – GasGas MC 250
#3 Mattia Guadagnini – Open – GasGas MC 450
Tony Cairoli will run the #1 plate in what’s likely his last race. Photo: Brown Dog Wilson
#4 Glenn Coldenhoff – MXGP – Yamaha YZ450F
#5 Kay De Wolf – MX2 – Husqvarna FC 250
#6 Calvin Vlaanderen – Open – Yamaha YZ450F