Boost Mobile Named Title Partner of Factory Honda MX1 Team

Boost Mobile Honda Racing Kyle Webster Jed Beaton

Boost Mobile is proud to partner with Honda for 2023. Boost Mobile has supported Australian motorsport for over 20 years and look forward to supporting the team throughout the season, including the World Supercross event in Melbourne.

The Boost Mobile Honda Racing MX1 team consists of two riders, Kyle Webster and Jed Beaton. Honda’s other amazing mix of talented male and female factory professional riders, MX2 riders Wilson Todd and Brodie Connolly, and MXW riders Emma Milesevic and Tahlia O’hare are also welcomed to the Boost family. Motocross and Supercross in Australia are experiencing exciting times, with the sport experiencing strong growth due to improved TV networking and streaming offerings which continue to drive viewership growth.

“For drivers across the country, Boost leverages the full coverage of Telstra’s cellular network, giving us a very relevant product when it comes to where people drive in general. So if you want your phone to work in more places, Boost Mobile is a great option.

Honda is the best selling motorcycle around the world and in Australia and caters to riders of all ages. Their racing efforts have been very successful and we are proud to join forces with their Factory Motocross and Supercross team,” said Jason Haynes (Boost Mobile).

Motocross and Supercross continue to grow, live TV for both championships ensures the sport reaches more fans more frequently and that helps Boost Mobile get behind the championship-winning factory Honda team, confirmed Team Director Yarrive Konsky.

“Motorcycling Australia and the respective championship organizers are doing an excellent job. Coverage continues to grow and through social media and live streaming people around the world can catch some of the best motocross and supercross racing which has earned us a partnership with Boost Mobile,” said Konsky.

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The Boost Mobile Honda Racing Team will see Kyle Webster and Jed Beaton compete in the Australian Motocross Championship on Boost Mobile Honda 450s. The teams’ Supercross roster will be announced later this season. Konsky is proud of the new direction.

“I’ve been trying to source Boost Mobile for many years. I remember them supporting riders back when I was still competing and I’ve watched them grow into the brand they are today. They continue to work alongside some of the best motorsports professionals in the country and their confidence in our ability to deliver results on and off the track is truly rewarding as we have worked very hard to achieve our successes,” said Konsky.

The sport works with teams and promoters alike to deliver real value and the industry has seen a significant increase in revenue and Konsky believes this is largely due to the sport’s increasing popularity.

“Bike and accessory sales have increased by up to 40% in the last two years and I believe the continuity and frequency of the coverage shown has helped. Social media has also contributed to the popularity and there is a real resurgence. We have a flood of new young riders and people in their twenties are coming back to ride and race. It is great. Viewership has also increased and it is a great time for Boost Mobile and others to get behind the sport,” Konsky concluded.

Both Kyle and Jed are thrilled to have Boost Mobile involved as they are both very familiar with the brand.

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“Boost has supported Australian action sports, surfing, motorsports including Supercross at various levels over the past 20 years so it’s great to be associated with the brand. They’re a cool brand that wants to deliver results for their customers and it’s great that we can now be a part of that, plus they’re sending me one of their refurbished phones which is even better,” Webster said.

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