Congrats to Dylan Ferrandis

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6/30/2018 8:43 PM

A bit of luck involved but a lot of O/As are won that way. Rode great moving forward through the pack for his first AMA win

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6/30/2018 8:52 PM

Well done DV too

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6/30/2018 9:45 PM

I think hes great personally and always cheering him on.

Does he receive some of the Marv treatment as well from the crowd being French? Or is the Marv treatment mainly due to past incidents?

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Current: 2010 TM 250MX
Previous: 2012 KX450f, 2009 K8 RM250, 2012 RMZ250, 2008 YZ125

7/1/2018 1:37 AM

HuskyEd wrote:

A bit of luck involved but a lot of O/As are won that way. Rode great moving forward through the pack for his first AMA win

Oh yeah that was a carnage between Forkner and Amart. I hope they are both ok.

Ferrandis is riding strong as expected, in only 3 (out of 6) rounds he is already 11th in the standings. He would be somewhere in the championship hunt had he not missed the first 3.

Also I didn't see the beginning of moto 1 but I think he came back from really far back to take 4th, at 13 minutes + 2 laps he was still in 8th 18 seconds behind the leaders and finished at less than 12 seconds. I was pretty impressed.

Amazing to see a french sweep too, it is pretty rare in our mx history smile

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7/1/2018 1:40 AM

Ferrandis is awesome, I love his style. He reminds me a bit of Pourcel where he just seems to excel when the track is rough by using sneaky smoothish lines. Big fan of the guy.

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7/1/2018 3:16 AM

too bad he missed the first few races , he would have been a contender for title this season in outdoors
looks like his fitness is on par these days , much better as last season

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7/1/2018 3:33 AM

Great ride!

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7/1/2018 5:14 AM

He's the real deal. I have a feeling he's gonna be the guy we're talking about battling for 450 wins and titles in 2-3 years.

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7/1/2018 6:52 AM

Dylan rode outstandably!!!
What a series so far from the 2fiddy class!

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7/1/2018 7:10 AM

Hell of a rider! Deceptively FAST.

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7/1/2018 7:25 AM

Good job, I wonder if this will lead to more?!

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7/1/2018 8:03 AM

BR8ES wrote:

Good job, I wonder if this will lead to more?!

Well he won a moto last weekend aswell so i guess so!
He needs better starts though, he is often 10-15 place the firts lap.

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7/1/2018 10:15 AM

brimx153 wrote:

Well done DV too

Thanks bro

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7/1/2018 10:45 AM

Kid is amazing to watch just raw talent

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7/1/2018 10:47 AM

brimx153 wrote:

Well done DV too

dv12.com wrote:

Thanks bro

Do starts with dylan all week long before redbud!
Congrats to the win!

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7/1/2018 12:31 PM

I think that the only two riders that are consistantly faster than him are out now...Osbourne and JMart. He can challenge for wins now, though to be fair all his moto wins have been a result of leaders falling late in the moto

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7/1/2018 1:54 PM

I suspected his European sand track experience would serve him well at Southwick this week. Granted he got a gift in the second Moto but you got to be in it to win it and he was. Good job Dylan.

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7/1/2018 3:20 PM

That's not luck, its capitalising on others mistakes and positioning yourself in a favourable position,
Being from France I am not sure he likes sand.

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7/1/2018 3:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/1/2018 3:47 PM

He seems to jump and hop more braking bumps. I like the way he corners, tends to sit further back and keeps both feet on the pegs alot which enables him to get more drive.

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7/1/2018 3:53 PM

inthebadboycorner wrote:

That's not luck, its capitalising on others mistakes and positioning yourself in a favourable position,
Being from France I am not sure he likes sand.

In order to do well in mxgp you have to be able to ride in the sand. The fact that he'd been there done that stood him in good stead at Southwick.

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