Leum Oehlhof and Noah Viney announce new amateur motocross offerings

Noah Viney has officially signed with SLAM LIFE Racing (SLR) Honda. Viney has raced an SLR Honda-backed machine for the past year with his own sponsors, but has now joined the SLAM LIFE RACING Honda-backed Monster Energy/Sketchers/Fly Racing team. After competing on a supermini in 2021, Viney jumped straight to a 250F for 2022. Former pro rider Ryan Hughes has been coaching Viney lately.

Viney officially finished 35-39 at Fox Raceway 1 National in May on his professional debut, which was hampered by a shoulder injury early in the first race of the season. He then returned to the amateur scene, finishing 16-27-17 for 18th overall in the 250 Pro Sport. At Fox Raceway 2 National MX Sports Pro Racing Scouting Moto Combine, Viney finished 1-1 for first place overall.

Viney and Parker Ross (fresh off a Kawasaki) will race the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Futures program and other major amateur championships. The team announced that Viney and Ross will also compete in several off-road races at the end of the 2022 season.

Welcome to all of you Slammers and Slammettes!! Today is a special day because we say hello, hello, how are you, to Parker Ross @parkerross12 and Noah Viney @noahviney43 the two will get into action and traction in the upcoming 2023 season with Supercross Futures and Amateur Motocross. Both of these riders will also be dipping their bars into a bit of off-roading with us these final rounds of 2022.

PS We are also delighted to soon announce the arrival of new sponsors on the @slam_life_ @honda_racing_us @monster energy @skechers @flyracingusa crew!

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