2024 Detroit Supercross 250SX East Coast Entry List
The first round of the 250SX East Coast Regional Supercross Championship kicks off this weekend in Detroit, Michigan. The gate is full of 54 new faces that haven’t raced yet in the first four rounds who will debut this weekend before the series returns to the west coast roster at round six in Glendale, Arizona. Here are some notable names.
#6 Jeremy Martin – JMart is back with the ClubMX Yamaha team and is a title contender any time he lines up, just as long as he can stay healthy.
#16 Tom Vialle – This is Tom Vialle’s second year in Supercross and we’re calling a race win at some point this year. Vialle looks good on the KTM and don’t forget his podium at the pre-season Paris Supercross.
#33 Jalek Swoll – Swoll is set to debut the new Triumph TX 250F this Saturday and is sure to show flashes of brilliance on the new bike this year.
#37 Max Anstie – The Brit just keeps getting better with age. He’s got a new sense of confidence after winning the World Supercross title last year and finishing third in the AMA Supercross points. Even the west coast riders are picking him as a favorite.
#38 Haiden Deegan – We have to put the reigning 250 SuperMotocross champ on this list. The big question is Deegan’s pre-season wrist injury and how ready he’ll be come Saturday night. By the looks of his Instagram, he’ll be up front again. And remember he’s still looking for his first “real” Supercross win.
#39 Pierce Brown – Don’t count out Pierce Brown. If he can stay off the ground he’ll be a front runner in 2024.
#43 Seth Hammaker – Hammaker is one third of the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team and another one to watch this season.
#48 Chance Hymas – Hymas is Honda’s lone hope in the 250 class and has been under the guidance of the Lawrences and Jo Shimoda. We’re betting on him to be a surprise standout.
#59 Daxton Bennick – This is Daxton Bennick’s first full season after competing in the Supercross Futures program a year ago. Look for Bennick and Deegan to feed off each other as the season progresses.
#63 Cameron Mcadoo – Mac Attack is always ready to send it at the front of the pack. He just needs to stay healthy and he’ll be a title threat.
#64 Austin Forkner – After missing all of the 2023 SX season with a knee injury, Forkner is back as the third rider on the Pro Circuit roster. He’s been in SoCal training with Ryan Hughes and could finally have all the pieces to win a title.