Dylan Ferrandis was the winner of 2019 Supercross 250SX west and one of the newest drivers to join Monster Energy Supercross on the international stage, Dylan Ferrandis has added his name to the record book. Ferrandis is one of the top riders in the MX2 class of the FIM Motocross World Championship and has won three victories in the support class. He was also a member of the French team that won the Motocross of Nations championship at Red Bud in 2014 and 2018.
In 2017, Ferrandis made his Monster Energy Supercross debut, finishing fifth in the 250SX West Championships.
Unfortunately, the Frenchman's second season in 2018 ended prematurely with an injury in the Atlanta Supercross. Francis returned in 2019 with great success, winning his first Supercross 250SX West Championship title, finishing second place at AMA Motocross, and adding four 250MX victories to his résumé. With successive Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX West titles, Ferrandis is shifting his winning streak to the 2020 Pro Motocross season.
TEAM NAME: Monster Energy/Star Racing/ Yamaha
Team Manager: Jeremy Coker
Mechanic: Alex Campbell
Become Pro: 2011 IN EUROPE / 2017 MARKED U.S. DEBUT
Best Result of the Race Season: 1ST 2019 AND 2020 (250SX WEST)
2020 SEASON RESULT: 1ST (250SX WEST)
• 250 Champion of Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship in 2020
• Two-times 250SX West Champion Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championships (2020, 2019)
• 250 Runner-Up Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship in 2019
• Six career Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 450 Wins
• Nine careers 250 Wins in Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
• 13 careers 250 Podiums in Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
• AMA 250SX Rookie of the Year in 2017
• AMA 450SX Rookie of the Year in 2021
Dylan Ferrandis started the 2020 season in the best possible way after winning the 250SX West title in 2019. After a one-time season of nine games, Francis was able to defend his title convincingly and finished second with three victories in three of the seven games. At the start of the fifth round, Ferrandis found himself in a close battle with his teammate Justin Cooper. Cooper's efforts weren't enough to keep Ferrandis away from the podium; Ferrandis dominated the standings for the last four rounds, winning the championship by 200 points.
Ferrandis and his Monster Energy/Star Racing/Yamaha team jumped from the 250SX class to the premier 450SX class. It is an exciting step in the career of this young Frenchman, as he has demonstrated his dominance in the 250SX class. It will be interesting to see how he reacts to the new racing style brought about by the debut of the 450SX class, but it is safe to say that Ferrandis can be seen as a dark horse looking for a podium position.
|2020||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||200||1|
|2019||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||226||1|
|2018||SUPERCROSS 250SX East||34||22|
|2017||SUPERCROSS 250SX East||144||5|