Monster Kawasaki and Eli Tomac will split at the conclusion of the AMA Pro Motocross season, bringing to an end a six-year partnership.

It is not yet clear where Tomac is going – although Star Yamaha has been heavily rumoured – or who his replacement will be.

“We are extremely proud of the success that Eli and the Monster Energy Kawasaki team achieved over the last six years,” said Kawasaki Senior Manager, Racing, Dan Fahie.


“We have built a great relationship with Eli and his family and we are proud that Kawasaki played a strong role in Tomac’s racing legacy.”

The Monster Energy Kawasaki team and Tomac have enjoyed tremendous success during their six-year campaign with the Colorado-born rider earning four AMA championships on the Kawasaki KX450.

During his six years with the team Tomac lined up on the starting gate 165 times and earned 60 wins while only missing one scheduled main event. The 60 wins is the most by any rider during that time frame.

Adam Cianciarulo will remain in 2022.