Monster Pro Circuit Kawaski 2013 Line-Up

November 21, 2012
Courtesy of Pro Circuit Racing
Tyla Rattray - 2012 AMA Supercross at Anaheim
Tyla Rattray will run in the Lites class during the 2013 Supercross season and then jump on the 450 for Motocross.

Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki is excited to both welcome back familiar faces and inject new blood into its legendary and championship-winning program.

Martin Davalos and Justin Hill will be the newest faces under the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki tent in 2013, and will join Blake Baggett, Darryn Durham, Tyla Rattray and Dean Wilson in the hunt for the 2013 Monster Energy AMA Supercross and Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships.

The Champ
Fresh off helping earn bronze for Team USA at the 2012 Motocross of Nations held in Belgium, Baggett brings the momentum of the 2012 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class Championship into the 2013 season. Baggett made history during the motocross season by holding on to the 250 class points lead for 11 consecutive rounds. He finished fourth in the 2012 Monster Energy Supercross Lites (now dubbed 250SX) East Championship and will enter his fourth season as a pro, making him an integral member of the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team.

The Joker
Darryn Durham will also be returning in 2013. The Pennsylvania native, who earned a career-first supercross win with Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki at the New Orleans round of the 2012 Monster Energy Supercross season, is excited to return with the team. Durham’s fun and outgoing personality is a great addition to the group and always brings excitement to the track.

“I’m excited to be part of the team,” said Durham. “Everyone works their butt off to win. I look forward to going racing again and trying to bring home a championship!”

The Veteran
Hailing from Ecuador, Martin Davalos is a new addition to the team, but brings with him the experience of competing in the 250 class. This may be his last year in the class, so he is focused on making this his best year to date.

“I’m pretty excited to be part of the team,” said Davalos. “This is a great opportunity for me, and probably my last chance in this class, so I have to make it count. I’m very thankful that I’ve been given the opportunity, and I’m looking forward to the start of the season.”

Dean Wilson - 2012 AMA Supercross at Anaheim
Like Rattray, Dean Wilson will ride in the Lites division during the 2013 Supercross season and then contest the outdoor nationals aboard a 450 machine.

The Rookie
This will be Justin Hill’s very first year in the pro ranks. He is ready to move up to the big league after a successful amateur career that was molded by the legendary Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green amateur motocross program. Hill’s goal of competing with the professionals has finally come to fruition, as he will make his pro debut in 2013 with Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki.

“I’m excited to be part of the winningest team in moto history,” said Hill. “I’m confident that I will learn a lot from everyone in my transition from amateur to professional.”

A New Dynasty
Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki is well known for its dominance in the 250 class, but 2012 marked a historical year for the team as they fielded their first 450 class rider. The team will continue its presence in the class with the return of Dean Wilson and Tyla Rattray in 2013. Wilson, the 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class Champion, and Rattray have both seen success with the team, and are excited to be part of a new chapter in Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s legendary program. Both will compete in the 250SX class during the 2013 Monster Energy Supercross series, and will move up to the 450 class for the 2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series in the hopes of starting a new tradition of dominance to complement the team’s already illustrious history.

The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team will make its 2013 debut during the opening round of the 2013 Monster Energy Supercross Series, which will be held Saturday, January 5, at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif.

Pro Circuit Kawasakis Blake Baggett got a good start at the Georgia Dome and held on for second.
Blake Baggett will ride in the 250 class for Supercross 2013.


Number: 4
Years on the Team: 3
Bike: Kawasaki KX250F
Class: 250SX
Hometown: Grand Terrace, California
Twitter: @blakebaggett4
Instagram: @blakebaggett4

Number: 40
Years on the Team: First year
Bike: Kawasaki KX250F
Class: 250SX
Hometown: Quito, Ecuador
Twitter: @MDavalos31
Instagram: @MDavalos40

Number: 15
Years on the Team: 4
Bike: Kawasaki KX250F and Kawasaki KX450F
Class: 250SX, 450 MX
Hometown: Born in Scotland, currently lives part-time in both California and Florida
Twitter: @DeanWilson15
Instagram: @wilsonmx15

PC Kawasakis Darryn Durham followed up his second-place finish in Arlington with a top-five result in Atlanta.
Darryn Durham earned his first career Supercross win with Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki in 2012 at New Orleans.

Number: 44
Years on the Team: 2
Bike: Kawasaki KX250F
Class: 250SX
Hometown: Butler, Pennsylvania
Twitter: @darryndurham
Instagram: @darryndurham

Number: TBA
Years on the Team: First year
Bike: Kawasaki KX250F
Class: 250SX
Hometown: Yoncalla, Oregon
Twitter: @justinhill154
Instagram: @justinhill154

Number: 28
Years on the Team: 5
Bike: Kawasaki KX250F and Kawasaki KX450F
Class: 250SX, 450 MX
Hometown: Born in South Africa, currently lives in California
Twitter: @tylarattray
Instagram: @tylarattray

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