The TPJ Racing team is excited to announce our 2018 Monster Energy Supercross roster.

We will have several returning riders as well as fresh faces underneath the TPJ tents this season.

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Dylan Merriam will be back under the lights in 2018 as a part of the TPJ Racing team. We will be supporting his efforts in the 450 class aboard his Braap Shop Yamaha. Look for him at A1 in January.

James Milson will also be returning as a part of the TPJ Racing team. Milson will be competing in the 450 class on his Granbury Motorsports Kawasaki. He plans to not only race the 450 class, but also race the 2018 250 East Coast leg of the series for additional training.

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The TPJ Racing team is excited to reveal Ben Lamay as the newest face on the team. Lamay boasts a vibrant background in both AmsOil Arenacross and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. We are looking forward to having him as a part of the team racing Monster Energy Supercross on his 450 Honda.

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At this time, we are also hoping to see both Chad Cook and John Short returning to the Monster Energy Supercross circuit as the part of the TPJ Racing team. Short and Cook each sustained injuries during the 2017 Supercross season, and are still in recovery.

Cook hopes to be back on the track for San Diego Supercross. He will be riding in the 450 division this season on a Kawasaki. Short intends to rejoin the team for the East Coast 250 leg of the Supercross Championship. He will be making the change to Yamaha for the 2018 season, on a new Maxim Yamaha.

We are looking forward to great things from this team in 2018. We are counting down the days until we reunite with our fans under the stadium lights at A1 in January.

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