Firepower Honda Welcomes Mumford: A Look to the Future!

The Firepower Honda team has signed Carson Mumford to a multi-year deal, providing the three-time Loretta Lynn’s winner an opportunity to build on his achievements. Team Principal Martin Davalos believes Carson is capable of much more.

“Carson has won Loretta’s three times, been on the podium 11 times, and finished inside the top 5 and top 10 in Supercross and Motocross races multiple times, respectively. We believe in his talent and worked hard to sign him. We are looking forward to working with him,” said Davalos.

Since turning pro in 2019, Mumford has consistently finished in the top 5 and top 10 in Supercross and Motocross, respectively. The young 22-year-old is excited to join Firepower Honda, noting their impressive success since their inception in 2020.

“Oldenburg and Clout were impressive in their first year, Brayton scored a podium in the 450s, Jordon Smith scored top 5s and reignited his career, and Anstie won races and finished 3rd overall. This team has proven themselves, and I can see why—they have everything a rider needs to perform at their best,” said Mumford.

Mumford expressed gratitude for the opportunities provided by MCR, thanking them for their efforts.
“MCR was great, and I want to thank them for their efforts. The Firepower Honda opportunity gives me a chance to race around the world and work with Martin and the team, which I believe is invaluable. I have seen what Anstie and the others have achieved,” said Mumford.

Firepower Honda is pleased to bring Mumford on board and admires his commitment to making necessary changes for improvement. Davalos continued.

“We told him he needed to move to MTF to make changes, especially if he wanted to see a change in his results. Without hesitation, he picked up his life and moved to MTF. That takes courage and discipline, and it showed me he wants this. We have been impressed with his riding and his commitment,” said Davalos.

Mumford will also compete for the Factory Honda Team in the Australian Supercross Championship and other international races this season. The Firepower Honda team might also compete in selected rounds of the AMA Motocross Championship and the SMX playoffs this year before entering the 2025 AMA Supercross Championship