- 2013 MX- 4th (after 6 of 12 rounds)
- 2013 SX-2nd
- 2012 MX-5th
- 2012 SX- 3rd
Born: December 30, 1989 La Reole, France Residence: Corona, CA National Number: 25 Professional Debut: 2008 USA Debut: 2011
Marvin Musquin won the 2009 F.I.M. MX2-GP World Championship and, successfully defended his title in 2010 while riding for the KTM factory racing team managed by former world champion Stefan Everts. Musquin’s American debut had to be put on hold after tearing an ACL at Bercy. He made his Lucas Oil Pro Motocross debut in 2011, finishing 13th in points despite missing 5 races.
Fully recovered and ready to take things up a notch in 2012, Musquin finished 3rd overall in 250SX West Region Points. As gears shifted to the outdoor season, Musquin was a touch of the pace off the 250 Class’ “Fast Four” of Blake Baggett, Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac and Justin Barcia. Musquin seemed to improve as the year went on though, eventually entering the discussion as part of a new “Fast Five.” He captured his first-ever overall win at Unadilla with a 2-3 performance and finished the year 5th overall in points. Musquin had an incredible 2013 Supercross season, topping the podium multiple times and battling for the championship all the way to the final round in Las Vegas, ultimately finishing runner up. Currently Musquin sits fourth overall in the Motocross standings with two overall wins to his name.