Marvin Musquin Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics

Marvin Musquin Supercross Rider

Marvin Musquin Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics

Marvin Musquin Supercross Rider Biography


Marvin Musquin is a famous Motocross and, Supercross motorcycle racer who was born on 30 December 1989 in France. A French motocross rider has won consecutive MX2 championships in 2009 and 2010. In 2011, he started participating in the 250cc race and represented his native France in the 2015 Motocross des Nations. Marvin is a well-known celebrity known as a motorcyclist, in 2018, he was 28 years old, and he is a member of the list of famous motorcyclists.

Team Name: Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Manufacturer – KTM
Team Manager – Ian Harrison
Mechanic – Frank Latham

Amateur Career

Musquin won the 85cc class European Motocross Championship in 2004. Subsequently, he won the 2006 125cc Junior World Championship. He won 14th in the 2008 F.I.M. MX2-GP World Championship.

In 2009, Musquin won the F.I.M. MX2-GP World Championship and in 2010 successfully defended the title, when he played for the KTM Factory Racing Team managed by former world champion Stefan Everts.

Musquin has participated in the 250cc competition of the AMA Motocross Championship since 2011 and has got third place in 2013. He won the first Red Bull Straight Rhythm in the 250cc class in 2014. In 2015, he won the East Coast Supercross 250MX championship title. He was a member of the Motocross des Nations team in 2015, which include Romain Febvre and Gautier Paulin.

In 2016, Musquin won third place at the AMA Pro Motocross Championships after Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen, in 2017, he trailed Eli Tomac by 17 points in the Motocross Championship. In the 2018 Monster Energy AMA 450 Supercross, he trailed Jason Anderson by 9 points and finished second place.

Currently, Musquin is training with Cooper Webb and Zach Osborne under the guidance of professional off-road motorcycle coach Aldon Baker.

Become pro: 2008 in Europe / Made U.S. debut in 2011
Best Result of the Race Season: 2nd place in 2018
2019 Season Result: 3rd


•    Two-times 450 Runner-Up Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships (2018, 2017)
•    450SX Runner-Up Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship in 2018
•    Two-times 450 3rd place Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships (2019, 2016)
•    250 Runner-Up Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship in 2015
•    Nine career 450SX Wins Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 
•    Nine careers 450 Wins Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 
•    Eight careers 250 Wins Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 

Overview of the 2018 season

Musquin made a comeback in 2018 by winning the inaugural season of the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross in Anaheim. Unfortunately, he injured his shoulder in the next game in Houston and didn't score. That put the French in trouble in the 450SX Championship, but Marvin will begin to integrate consistent results and victories in several games and eventually win the title in the final round of Las Vegas. Musquin finally ranked second in the final 450SX standings, only 9 points less than Jason Anderson.

Overview of the 2019 season

Marvin Musquin scored two victories in the 2019 season, ranking third in the standings. Unfortunately, in many races, for Musquin, some people want to know what will happen to the French driver as he tries to gain an advantage over the new KTM teammate Cooper Webb, but it turns out that he is easy to make mistakes. One such mistake occurred in Seattle-he won-but was deducted 7 points after the game for jumping over the medical flag.

Overall Season Results

Year Class Points Overall
2021 MOTOCROSS 450 240 7
2021 SUPERCROSS 450SX 231 9
2020 MOTOCROSS 450 314 4
2019 MOTOCROSS 450 451 3
2019 SUPERCROSS 450SX 350 3
2018 SUPERCROSS 450SX 347 2
2018 MOTOCROSS 450 511 2
2017 MOTOCROSS 450 453 2
2017 SUPERCROSS 450SX 293 3
2016 MOTOCROSS 450 401 3
2016 SUPERCROSS 450SX 208 7
2015 MOTOCROSS 250 479 2
2015 SUPERCROSS 250SX East 194 1
2014 MOTOCROSS 250 408 4
2013 SUPERCROSS 250SX East 195 2
2013 MOTOCROSS 250 411 3
2012 SUPERCROSS SX 59 21
2012 MOTOCROSS 250 406 5
2011 MOTOCROSS 250 177 13


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