From September 23 to 25, the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations was held in RedBud, Michigan. It is the season's largest conventional motocross event globally, and it is only the fifth time it has been staged in the United States in its 75-year existence. Each of the 34 teams represented a different country, and each was made up of the three top riders from MXGP, MX2, and Open, as the relevant national motorcycle organization chose.
RAM, a 100% American company, was also a partner of MXoN Promoter, Infront Moto Racing, at the event, with four top models: two RAM 1500 Rebels, a RAM 1500 Limited, and a RAM 2500 Power Wagon. More than 80,000 spectators could view the models with a "strong" look and great performance, keeping the spirit of racing and appropriate for meeting the expectations of motocross fans throughout the event. RAM's involvement in the Monster Energy FIM Motocross Of Nations USA Red Bud was a fitting end to an exceptional year that saw the RAM brand team up with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing and its champion, MX2 World Champion Tom Vialle.