MotoAmerica Junior Cup Champion Avery Dreher (right) will be joined by his sister Ella (left) on the Bad Boys Racing team for 2024.

The following is from Bad Boys Racing…

Bad Boys Racing is thrilled to announce that 2023 MotoAmerica Junior Cup Champion Avery Dreher will be back to defend his title. But he won’t be alone… The 17-year-old will be teaming up with his 14-year-old sister Ella for the 2024 Junior Cup season. We’ll call it Dreher 2.0. Both will be on Bad Boys Racing-prepared Kawasaki Ninja 400s clad in Rangeline Tapping Services livery with added support from Quarterley Racing, TopPro Racing, Next Level Motorsports, SFLMiniGP, and Brevard Superbike.

John Ludwig –  Team Manager of Bad Boys Racing: “Aaron (Dreher) and myself have been planning this season in our minds for a couple of years now. It has been a dream of ours to have Avery and Ella teamed up for a MotoAmerica. Up until a couple months ago we weren’t sure if we could pull it off, but everything came together just in time. Honestly we are friggin stoked to be able to do this and there are several people we need to recognize for their part in this journey. Ryan and Greg from Rangeline Tapping Services have supported our team/kids for a couple years now. They are not only industry leaders in their field, but true fans of motorsports/racing.  I also need to thank Alex and Agustin from Top Pro Motorsports for collaborating with us on keeping Avery on the Jr Cup bike in addition to his duties riding the TPM Aprilla 660 in Twins Cup. He is going to have some busy weekends, but we all know he is going to handle it like a champ.  Last, but not least, I need to thank the legendary Dale Quarterley. Dale has taken the time to be Avery’s rider coach as well as a true mentor to myself and our team the last 2 years. We never could have gotten to this point without having his direct no-bs approach to everything race related.  Besides all of that… Bring on the 2024 season.  We are pumped and we are ready.” 

Avery Dreher: “I am super excited and honored to run the #1 plate this year. I’m looking forward to the challenge of defending the title and am ready for some more fierce battles this season.”

Ella Dreher: “I’m stoked to be making my debut in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup this season! Being teammates with Avery makes it even better, and I know that I have a great package under me to go fast. Can’t wait for Atlanta.”

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