Triumph debut Evan Ferry-3


Evan Ferry has decided to part ways with the new Triumph team. In his rookie season, Evan has only made it to the first East Coast round in Detroit where he struggled to qualify in the heat races but ended up winning the LCQ. In the main Evan was caught in a large first turn pile up where he was thrown into the wall, and ending his night. It wasn’t clear when we would see a return to racing from the young rider but now it seems that he has ultimately he will step away from the Triumph team. Read below for the full release.

Triumph Racing and Evan Ferry have mutually decided to part ways with immediate effect. Triumph Racing would like to wish Evan all the best in his future endeavors.

It is with regret that Evan Ferry will no longer race for Triumph Racing in the SuperMotocross World Championship. Evan joined the team during the creation of the global motocross project, a historic step into a new segment for Triumph, which included the development of the all-new TF 250-X. The British manufacturer has supported the 19-year-old throughout his time in the lead-up to the launch of the new US Racing team and brought in a number of seasoned professionals as part of the program.

Evan, an AMA Supercross rookie, lined up in what was a proud moment for Triumph and its team at the opening round of the 250SX East Championship in Detroit on February 3rd. With a tough qualifying, the young Floridian dominated the Last Chance Qualifier to make it through to the Main Event with his teammate. Evan was unlucky to be taken out in the first turn, but the young racer had already shown grit and promise in what was an exciting first event. Ahead of the second round in Arlington, Evan was ruled out with an unfortunate injury, and it was the team’s hope he would return to action as quickly as possible.

Despite the efforts of Triumph Racing to support Evan and adapt the program for the remainder of his rookie year, including the offer of focussing on the Pro Motocross series, Evan has decided that he will step away from the team. Everyone at Triumph Motorcycles and Triumph Racing wishes Evan all the best for his future.

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