Dylan Ferrandis broke his hand in a brutal crash while testing his YZ450F yesterday. With the opening round of Supercross season starting next month, it's not known if he'll be fit for round one on January 16 in Houston.
“Unfortunately I crashed yesterday while practicing, I only have broke my
Dylan Ferrandis has been put on 12 months probation after his take-out of Christian Craig at Saturday's Anaheim supercross. It means if he repeats any dodgy riding in the next year, he'll be penalised.
The Frenchman was booed by the 55,000-strong crowd after he wiped out Honda man Craig. You can
The seventh round of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, hosted the Circle K RedBud National on Saturday. The event continued its famed 4th of July tradition with riders adorned in red, white, and blue colors in honor of America’s Independence Day at RedBud MX.
It was great to see another EURO walk away with a Supercross title in the USA last weekend, Dylan Ferrandis was on top form in Las Vegas and was crowned the West coast 250 champion, his first of many we hope.
Dylan said afterwards, “Coming into the main, I just asked
Watch 2019 Monster Energy Star Yamaha West Coast 250 Team, Dylan Ferrandis & Colt Nichols, smash a private Supercross track under the lights.
French riders gave the Americans a riding lesson in the sandy Southwick AMA National as Marvin Musquin took his first overall win of the year in the 450 class - halting Eli Tomac's unbeaten run - and Dylan Ferrandis took his first overall 250 victory.
In his first race action
The American Yamaha team of Star Racing, which includes hotshot Frenchie Dylan Ferrandis, show their style in this video from their official team photo shoot in the USA this week!
Monster Energy, a long-time sponsor of Yamaha’s racing teams around the globe, has signed on as a title sponsor for Star Racing’s supercross and motocross team for 2018. The official team name is Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing and riders include Aaron Plessinger(#23), Dylan Ferrandis (#24), Colt Nichols (#31), Mitchell Oldenberg (#52), and Justin Cooper (#62) aboard YZ250Fs. The team will make
Dylan Ferrandis may have to sit out the Motocross of Nations as he has broken his scaphoid bone in his wrist - a bone that can be problematic in healing. "Sad to say the season is finished for me," said Ferrandis.
The Frenchman, currently racing the US Nationals, crashed last week but
Ama Supercross Pro Dylan Ferrandis is the first rider to have agreed terms to race in the Paris Supercross, which returns to the capital city after three years at Lille.
Ferrandis, who races for Yamaha in the US Supercross and Natinals, helped France win the Motocross of Nations last year and