Pierce Brown

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Sandy, Utah

Team: Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GasGas Factory Racing team

Current Residence: Murrieta, CA

Birth Date: June 3, 2002

Manufacturer: GasGas

Team Manager: Tyler Keefe

Mechanic: Jake Isaac

Turned Pro: 2020

Best career season result: 3rd in 2022, 250SX EAST

2022 Season result: 3rd, 250SX EAST


 Racing Accolades

  • 3rd in 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX Eastern Regional Class
  • 2nd in 2017 Monster Energy Cup 250 All-Stars

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Enjoys skateboarding and golfing
  • Inspired by the racing styles of Ricky Carmichael and Ryan Dungey
  • Grew up training on Jordan River Track and Saint George Track in Utah 
  • Would ride in the Utah desert for fun after school growing up

2022 Season Recap: Pierce had his best Supercross season to date in the Eastern Regional 250SX Class, taking third in the season ending standings, a big jump from his previous best of ninth. Pierce’s season was highlighted by three podium finishes and two additional top-fives. Pierce also secured his best season finish in the Pro Motocross series, finishing 10th with five top-tens.


2023 Outlook: Pierce is going into 2023 looking to capitalize on the strong momentum he built in 2022, eyeing more podium finishes and racing up front where he belongs. Pierce’s consistent success in both Supercross and Pro Motocross will set him up well with the addition of the SuperMotocross playoff format that Pierce can find himself seeded comfortably in at the end of the year.

Points Standings

Year Class Overall Points
2023 250SX West 8 98
2022 250SX East 3 149
2021 250SX West 12 75
2020 250SX East 9 92


Date Race Class Make Model Position
2023-01-21 3 – San Diego 250SX GASGAS MC 5
2023-01-28 4 – Anaheim II 250SX GASGAS MC 8
2023-02-18 2 – Oakland 250SX GASGAS MC 5
2023-03-25 11 – Seattle 250SX GASGAS MC 7
2023-04-08 12 – Glendale 250SX GASGAS MC 4
2023-04-22 14 – East Rutherford 250SX GASGAS MC 11