Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha will field a three-strong rider line up for the 2023 motocross season with Jamie Carpenter joining three-times MX Nationals MX1 Champion Harri Kullas on the all-new YZ450F, while Sam Nunn continues on the YZ250F in the MX2 class.
Remaining as Yamaha Motor UK’s official MX team for the third year, the Hampshire-based outfit will be gunning for glory once again in 2023 having taken Estonian rider Harri Kullas to MX1 success with the YZ450F in the Michelin MX Nationals series for the last two seasons, while narrowly missing out on the coveted Revo British Championship title in taking the runner-up spot in both 2021 and 2022.
Kullas will be joined by 2022 MX Nationals Pro MX2 champion Jamie Carpenter, who graduates from the 250cc class to MX1 for 2023. Having previously raced with Crescent support, Carpenter is no stranger to the Yamaha family and after his MX Nationals success and stunning second overall in the REVO British MX2 class, feels ready to step-up to MX1 with the exciting 2023 YZ450F.
Kullas and Carpenter will be equipped with the new YZ450F for 2023, which features an all-new, lighter, slimmer and more powerful 450cc engine and a new lightweight aluminium frame with a slimmer profile and improved rider ergonomics.
Youngster Sam Nunn continues with the team for a second season in 2023, again campaigning the proven, class-leading YZ250F in the MX2 classes. After an injury hampered campaign in 2022, Nunn is keen to return his GYTR kitted YZ250F to the podium next season.