Rossi Moor joins MotoAmerica in 2023
Last August, the 2022 Northern Talent Cup winner Rossi Moor, age 15, suffered a severe wrist injury due to a serious fall. After several doctor’s appointments, the Fairium Next Generation Riders Team decided to have Rossi’s surgery performed by Dr. Arthur J. Ting in the U.S.
The surgery went well (on November 24th last year), but the young rider needed to take time out for recovery. As per Dr. Ting’s suggestion, Rossi had to take a break from motorcycle racing during his recovery, but finally he was able to start training on March 20th.
Originally, Rossi Moor was supposed to compete in the 2023 European Talent Cup, but because of his seven-month break, we had to rethink our strategy. Rossi didn’t have time to prepare and train 100% for this high-quality and strong Championship.
Rossi, with his management and the Fairium KFT’s director, unanimously decided not to have him compete in the European Talent Cup, but stay in the U.S. for 2023 and start getting ready for the 2024 season.
As soon as word got out about Rossi Moor staying in the U.S., KTM’s Oregon distributor Gray Area KTM Racing offered a KTM RC 390 R bike so the young athlete could join the MotoAmerica Junior Cup. The Fairium Next Generation Riders Team completely agreed with this decision.
We are thrilled to announce Rossi Moor will compete in MotoAmerica this year.