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GEICO Honda has announced they have signed a multi-year agreement with Chase Sexton that will see the racer complete his 250 class career with the team. Sexton transitioned from the amateur to the professional ranks with the factory Honda supported squad and posted a number of solid finishes through the 2018 season, including podium finishes in his rookie Supercross season and the outdoors.

The deal runs through 2021, which is another indication of the team’s plan to lock in riders for the duration of their career. Jeremy Martin and RJ Hampshire recently re-upped their terms with the team, while Australian racer-current MX2 competitor Hunter Lawrence is set to join the squad for 2019 and beyond.