Dylan Ferrandis 34

Hometown: Avignon, France

Current Residence: Hossegor, France

Birthdate: May 31, 1994

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Name: Dylan Ferrandis

Number: 34

Hometown: Avignon, France

Current Residence: Murrieta, California

Birth Date: May 31, 1994

 

Team Name: Monster Energy/Star Racing/ Yamaha

  •  Manufacturer – Yamaha
  •  Team Manager –Wil Hahn
  •  Mechanic – Alex Campbell

 

Turned Pro: 2011 in Europe / 2017 marked U.S. debut

Best Career Season Result: 1st in 2019

2019 Season Result:  250SX Western Regional Champion

 

Racing Accolades: 

  •  6 seasons of experience competing in the FIM Motocross World Championship MX2 Class
  •  3 career FIM Motocross World Championship MX2 Wins
  •  2014 Motocross of Nations Champion with Team France, named Best Young Rider
  •  2019 250SX Western Regional Champion

 

Lifestyle and General Interest Profile: 

  •  The latest prominent international talent to come to the U.S. to race in the world’s premier championship
  •  Has been one of the top MX2 Class riders in Europe for several years
  •  Longtime fan and follower of supercross
  •  Enjoys surfing, skating and BMX
  •  Considers Ricky Carmichael his favorite athlete and France’s David Vuillemin the most influential person in his career

 

2018 Season Recap:

Continued riding for his sophomore season with Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing team in 2018 for the 250SX Eastern Regionals but was injured during Atlanta round so ultimately only competed in 3 races for the season.

 

2019 Season Recap

Giving the team a perfect start to the 2019 season, Ferrandis finished strong with 2nd place at Anaheim season opener sharing the podium with teammate Colt Nichols; in Round 2 Glendale Ferrandis was the fastest qualifier and was showing exceptional speed in the main event, but a small crash set him back to 6th place finish.   Round 3 Anaheim Triple Crown race with 2-1-3 Main Event scores for Ferrandis tied him on points with McElrath, but the tiebreaker goes to the highest finisher in the final race of the night, so Ferrandis rounded out in 2nd place Triple Crown 250SX West. However, Ferrandis was still looking for his first career win. That would eventually come at the seventh race in Seattle. The French rider then went on a tear winning three out of the past four races to claim the title.

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