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Dylan Ferrandis


Dylan Ferrandis continues to add his name to the record books and looks to keep building on that success with the Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing team in 2022. The Frenchman made his Monster Energy AMA Supercross debut in 2017, finishing the season fifth in the 250SX West Championship. Unfortunately, his 2018 sophomore season ended early with an injury at the Atlanta Supercross.

After a great 2019 season with the 250SX West Championship and a runner-up finish in the Pro Motocross 250 class, Ferrandis was on fire in 2020. He won both the 250SX West and 250MX Championships, scoring three supercross wins as well as eight moto wins and three overall victories in motocross.

2021 marked a stellar year for the rookie who earned six overall victories and finished on the overall podium at every round to secure his first premier class title at the penultimate Pro Motocross round in Pala, California. He also added his name to the record books by being the first Frenchman to secure the 250 championship and the first to win the premier class title in 30 years. Ferrandis also enjoyed a great start to his 450SX debut earlier in the year, scoring his first podium at the second Supercross round in Houston, Texas.

Before his journey across the pond, Ferrandis was one of the top riders in the FIM Motocross World Championship MX2 class, scoring three wins in the support class. He was also a part of the Motocross of Nations championship-winning French team in 2014 and 2018 at Red Bud.


Date of Birth 31-05-1994
Place of Birth Avignon, France
Nationality France
Height 5’8”
Weight 156 lbs
Hobbies Mountain Biking, Skating, Surfing

Career highlights

2021 Pro Motocross 450MX Champion, 7th Overall Monster Energy AMA Supercross 450SX
2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX West Champion. Pro Motocross 250MX Champion
2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX West Champion. Runner-Up in Pro Motocross 250MX Championship
2017 5th Overall in Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX West Championship. 6th Overall in Pro Motocross 250MX Championship.
2016 Straight Rhythm Lites Class Winner. 7th Overall in FIM Motocross MX2 World Championship (7 podiums, 1 win)
2015 9th Overall in FIM Motocross World Championship (4 podiums, 1 win)
2014 4th Overall in FIM Motocross World Championship (5 podiums), Rep France MXoN