LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP unveils 2024 line-up

The LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP Team is pleased to announce a fast four-rider line-up for 2024 in the Moto3 and Moto2 classes, as Tatsuki Suzuki and Senna Agius have been newly signed alongside Collin Veijer and Darryn Binder for next season.
In 2024, the LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP Team aims to fight for more success and points in the Moto3 and Moto2 classes and hereby unveils its new rider line-up for the planned 22 races.
In Moto3, Collin Veijer remains loyal to the German racing team. After an impressive debut season in Moto3, the young Dutchman has set himself the goal of fighting for the big points in 2024. Already in his first World Championship year, the fast-learning and adaptable 18-year-old convinced with terrific races that only hinted at his sheer potential. 
At his side, 26-year-old Tatsuki Suzuki will take over from his compatriot Ayumu Sasaki. The Japanese rider began his career in Junior GP on European soil and has been actively competing in the World Championship since 2015. To date, the Italian-by-choice has scored three World Championship victories, one of which came this year at the Argentine Grand Prix. The combination of experience and youth should lead to many successes in Moto3 in 2024.
In Moto2, the team is also relying on the mix of experience and the fresh spirit of a rookie. Darryn Binder will fight for success for another year in the LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP team. The South African is currently completing his rookie season in Moto2 and has not yet been able to ride many kilometres in the class due to injuries. However, he has proven on several occasions that he can finish in the top-10 in the fiercely competitive field. His best results so far were sixth place in Argentina, seventh place in India and most recently tenth place in Japan.
Alongside him, it is none other than the team's own junior rider who is being promoted to the Moto2 World Championship. Senna Agius, the current leader of the Moto2 European Championship, has already served well as a substitute rider for the injured regulars four times this season. Despite his young age, the Australian, who is only 18, is no stranger to the scene, having raced in the Australian Supersport 300 in 2019 as well as in the Japanese Moto3 class before coming to Europe in 2020 and spending two years in the European Moto3 Championship. In 2022 he moved to the Moto2 JuniorGP Championship, where he is currently fighting for the Moto2 European Championship title after five superior race wins.
The LIQUI MOLY Husqvarna Intact GP Team would like to thank both Ayumu Sasaki and Lukas Tulovic for the good work and wishes both riders only the best for their future. A big thank you also goes to our partners for the trust they have placed in us over the years.