It was recently announced that amateur racer Chance Hymas has signed an agreement with the Honda HRC racing team. Hymas competed with the Monster Energy / Pro Circuit Team Green Kawasaki team for five years, most recently securing motorcycle victories at the Monster Energy AMA National Amateur Motocross Championship at the Loretta Lynn Ranch before finishing second overall in the two 250s. Pro Sport (7-2-1) and Open Pro Sport (2-2-2). Now the 16-year-old Idaho native will compete in a Honda HRC CRF250R in 2022 as an amateur, competing in major national amateur events, Loretta Lynn’s, Supercross Futures and some rounds of the WORCS and off-road series. NGPC. Next, Hymas will move on to the professional scene full-time in 2023 and 2024. Hymas said the following in a press release:
“I am very happy to join the Honda team and be part of such a legitimate program. It’s an honor to be an in-house amateur rider with American Honda, and it’s going to be an absolute blast! I look forward to the future and will make the most of this opportunity!
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Now the longtime Fly Racing athlete has signed a new four-year extension with the equipment company. Fly Racing posted the following on social media, announcing the new contract that will continue the relationship with the up-and-coming athlete:
Fly Racing and Western Power Sports are delighted to announce the continued support of new HRC Honda factory rider, Chance Hymas. By entering into a new 4-year agreement, Hymas will continue its long-term relationship with Fly Racing.
Max Steffens, WPS Marketing Manager, on the opportunity: “Fly Racing and the Hymas family have been part of the Fly Racing family for many years. We are proud and privileged that Chance represents Fly Racing. Chance is both an athlete and an amazing person and we couldn’t be more excited to see him take his next steps.
Watch for luck aboard his Honda HRC at future amateur racing events in his Fly Racing racing gear and revolutionary Formula helmet!