Supercross To Change Sponsors From Parts Unlimited To Western Power Sports & FLY Racing

As Parts Unlimited ramps up their involvement with MotoAmerica 2018, they’ll be moving away from being a Supercross sponsor. Starting in 2019, Western Power Sports will be the official parts distributor. Fly Racing will exclusively provide sponsored gear.

Hylton Beattie, global director for Parts Unlimited: “It’s time for Parts Unlimited to take a different direction to ‘Support the Sport.’ We will be involved in Supercross through our team and rider sponsorships and are excited about the new opportunities this allows us. We look forward to putting our energy behind new initiatives and spending time with our dealers and their employees in the pits and at the race in the years ahead. See you at the races!”

Jason Bitsoff, Senior Vice President of Global Partnerships for Feld Entertainment: “WPS/FLY Racing is honored to announce our long-term partnership with Monster Energy Supercross and Feld Entertainment. Our goal at WPS is to always provide the highest quality service to our dealers and the very best products to their customers. WPS has a passion for the powersport industry, and this is another way to show our long-term commitment to the growth of the sport. Teaming up with Monster Energy Supercross is a proud day in our company’s history. There is a vision for the long-term health and growth of Monster Energy Supercross that we share with Western Power Sports. That like-minded thinking, coupled with the entire organization’s passion for the sport, made them an ideal long-term partner that all of us at Feld Entertainment are pleased to welcome.”

Western Power Sports will also be in the Pit Party for the 2019 stops.

The current 2018 Supercross still has a few more stops left, you can check them out at their website.

 

 

Source: Powersports Business (1), (2), (3).

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