Dylan Ferrandis Throwing Shade at Justin Cooper?

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1/9/2020 11:34 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/9/2020 11:37 AM

Has anyone heard anything on the post race interview that Dylan Ferrandis did with the French reporter saying how bummed he was for letting Justin Cooper beat him when he can’t even ride SX and dodges the whoops at the practice track? Donn Maeda talked a little about it on his Swapmoto pod.

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1/9/2020 12:02 PM

Gangster move stealing the #14 from Coop also.

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1/9/2020 12:06 PM

Is Dylan just mad Justin "stole" the red plate from him?

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1/9/2020 12:06 PM

Cooper winning the mental game. Forkner and Ferrandis need to worry more about themselves.

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1/9/2020 12:09 PM

RoflCopter726 wrote:

Is Dylan just mad Justin "stole" the red plate from him?

Non.

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1/9/2020 12:12 PM

Guys from Long Island are a bit salty.
Guys from France are a bit salty.
Salt fights happen, from time to time. 😄

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1/9/2020 12:14 PM

Remember the guy is french😂😂😂
Anyway we will see during the season!
Last year coop stepped up a lot and improved his skills and race results!
Excited!

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1/9/2020 12:17 PM

3 bad dudes on a bike. 250 West will produce some fireworks this year.

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1/9/2020 12:17 PM

I suspect there's still some animosity after Ironman last year and DF14 comments about "not having teammate help" after Cooper let AC by without making a fuss about it, even though the team was adamant that they had no team orders.

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1/9/2020 12:17 PM

Ferrandis also said during the outdoors last year that he felt Cooper raced harder against him than Copper raced against AC. Pretty clear there is no love lost between the two of them. Once Forkner has grenaded himself out of this series we are going to witness some Star on Star aggression to settle the title.

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1/9/2020 12:27 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/9/2020 12:30 PM

I don't think he said that at all (unless there is another interview you can post).

Here he basically told that he is mad, disappointed, because at the practice track he is faster so he should be able to win and that is what he want to do at St Louis.

I don't think there is a controversy (yet, as all those 3 riders are pretty agressive on the track)

The thread title can be changed, adding a question mark for instance wink

Here you can see the video (i tried to embed it but i can't):

https://moto-station.com/moto-verte/mx-sx/dylan-ferrandis-rien-de-grave/463076

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1/9/2020 12:30 PM

Dylan is a passionate kid who wants to win bad. That’s probably all that needs to be said.

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1/9/2020 12:51 PM

When does Dylan take a page out of Jeremy Martin's book and pit out of an EZ Up? Cooper Webb... Justin Cooper... Something about that C word...

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1/9/2020 12:55 PM

Question wrote:

I don't think he said that at all (unless there is another interview you can post).

Here he basically told that he is mad, disappointed, because at the practice track he is faster so he should be able to win and that is what he want to do at St Louis.

I don't think there is a controversy (yet, as all those 3 riders are pretty agressive on the track)

The thread title can be changed, adding a question mark for instance wink

Here you can see the video (i tried to embed it but i can't):

https://moto-station.com/moto-verte/mx-sx/dylan-ferrandis-rien-de-grave/463076

Maybe that’s the interview, maybe not. I don’t speak French so who knows.

But yes it was meant to be a question, question so I need to put a question mark after my question so no one else questions my original question. Apologies.

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1/9/2020 12:56 PM

In that video nothing controversial. He just says Cooper got the jump on him at the start and squeeze but he says that like any other rider would have done the same. Nothing about the test track of being faster than him. Could be a video on lebigusa but requires a subscription.

All in all listening to him you can hear a rider that believes he should win and being the champ and in his last year in 250 is a must have attitude.

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1/9/2020 1:08 PM

Question wrote:

I don't think he said that at all (unless there is another interview you can post).

Here he basically told that he is mad, disappointed, because at the practice track he is faster so he should be able to win and that is what he want to do at St Louis.

I don't think there is a controversy (yet, as all those 3 riders are pretty agressive on the track)

The thread title can be changed, adding a question mark for instance wink

Here you can see the video (i tried to embed it but i can't):

https://moto-station.com/moto-verte/mx-sx/dylan-ferrandis-rien-de-grave/463076

I would agree the Ferrandis seems faster but I think Cooper has him beat off the gate to the first turn. Hope it leads to some great racing!!

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1/9/2020 1:16 PM

jo2910 wrote:

In that video nothing controversial. He just says Cooper got the jump on him at the start and squeeze but he says that like any other rider would have done the same. Nothing about the test track of being faster than him. Could be a video on lebigusa but requires a subscription.

All in all listening to him you can hear a rider that believes he should win and being the champ and in his last year in 250 is a must have attitude.

Yea Donn said it was on Lebigusa.

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1/9/2020 1:17 PM

Question wrote:

I don't think he said that at all (unless there is another interview you can post).

Here he basically told that he is mad, disappointed, because at the practice track he is faster so he should be able to win and that is what he want to do at St Louis.

I don't think there is a controversy (yet, as all those 3 riders are pretty agressive on the track)

The thread title can be changed, adding a question mark for instance wink

Here you can see the video (i tried to embed it but i can't):

https://moto-station.com/moto-verte/mx-sx/dylan-ferrandis-rien-de-grave/463076

Well that is not the interview buddy.

Swapmoto is talking about the interview made on Lebigusa.com where Dylan said ironically: «  Yes Yes i am really happy to be beaten by my teammate who doesn’t know how to ride a Supercross track, who has no speed on the Yamaha track and who is going backward in the whoops... »

But to Defend Dylan he is from the south of France and in the south of France we often overreact/exaggerate and use hyperbole to explain something.

Also, Vuillemin said the same thing a month ago on the same website, Dylan is the fastest at the Yamaha track.

But as we all know practice and race day are two different thing.

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1/9/2020 1:29 PM

Omg those guys are Supercross racers and not participants in a reality show where you have to get people to call in for you.

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1/9/2020 1:38 PM

Baton Rouge wrote:

Well that is not the interview buddy.

Swapmoto is talking about the interview made on Lebigusa.com where Dylan said ironically: «  Yes Yes i am really happy to be beaten by my teammate who doesn’t know how to ride a Supercross track, who has no speed on the Yamaha track and who is going backward in the whoops... »

But to Defend Dylan he is from the south of France and in the south of France we often overreact/exaggerate and use hyperbole to explain something.

Also, Vuillemin said the same thing a month ago on the same website, Dylan is the fastest at the Yamaha track.

But as we all know practice and race day are two different thing.

Yeah but if we take everything out of context it looks like there is another RIVALRY IN THE PITS!!!!

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1/9/2020 1:44 PM

Baton Rouge wrote:

Well that is not the interview buddy.

Swapmoto is talking about the interview made on Lebigusa.com where Dylan said ironically: «  Yes Yes i am really happy to be beaten by my teammate who doesn’t know how to ride a Supercross track, who has no speed on the Yamaha track and who is going backward in the whoops... »

But to Defend Dylan he is from the south of France and in the south of France we often overreact/exaggerate and use hyperbole to explain something.

Also, Vuillemin said the same thing a month ago on the same website, Dylan is the fastest at the Yamaha track.

But as we all know practice and race day are two different thing.

Thought it was rad when DF flipped off those clowns outdoors, made me a fan...BUT saying that about Cooper?

Maybe he should work on starts and not winning practice.

“...doesn’t know how to ride a supercross track...”

Our lie dectector tests have determined that is a lie...

I’m sure it’s frustration with himself not getting the results he’s capable of, still lame.

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1/9/2020 1:47 PM

Nothing like a little inter-squad rilvary wink

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1/9/2020 1:55 PM

These two don't like each other much, nothing new.

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1/9/2020 2:09 PM

Question wrote:

I don't think he said that at all (unless there is another interview you can post).

Here he basically told that he is mad, disappointed, because at the practice track he is faster so he should be able to win and that is what he want to do at St Louis.

I don't think there is a controversy (yet, as all those 3 riders are pretty agressive on the track)

The thread title can be changed, adding a question mark for instance wink

Here you can see the video (i tried to embed it but i can't):

https://moto-station.com/moto-verte/mx-sx/dylan-ferrandis-rien-de-grave/463076

kjquinn33 wrote:

Maybe that’s the interview, maybe not. I don’t speak French so who knows.

But yes it was meant to be a question, question so I need to put a question mark after my question so no one else questions my original question. Apologies.

Thanks for the question mark, that is cool.

I am not on lebigusa, it is a great site but i don't like to subscribe at anything although i will on the new version of motoverte.com as what they propose, all the magazines archive since 1974, is really sweet for $3 a month.

Back to Ferrandis, really my bad if he said something a bit over the line, and also my bad because the video i posted is not this one, i have no clue where i heard what he said (swap postrace interview probably), and as other members said, it is typical from the marseille region to exagerate when they explain something. I am pretty sure Ferrandis knows Cooper is fast as they battled multiple times outdoor and he just got beat indoor. If Ferrandis wants this title, he also really needs starts as both Forkner and Cooper are great on that and playing catch up with them may not work really often.

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1/9/2020 2:16 PM

What Dylan said in typical french style in this interview just means hes mad about himself. Nothing more.

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1/9/2020 2:25 PM

CivBars wrote:

When does Dylan take a page out of Jeremy Martin's book and pit out of an EZ Up? Cooper Webb... Justin Cooper... Something about that C word...

Yep, their both winners.

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1/9/2020 2:28 PM

One of them will win the series. Thinking Dylan ...

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1/9/2020 3:46 PM

THE mx addict wrote:

What Dylan said in typical french style in this interview just means hes mad about himself. Nothing more.

And the marmot is folding the aluminium foil.
tongue

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1/9/2020 3:47 PM

It's going to be good.... And that is all that matters.

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1/9/2020 3:59 PM

Question wrote:

I don't think he said that at all (unless there is another interview you can post).

Here he basically told that he is mad, disappointed, because at the practice track he is faster so he should be able to win and that is what he want to do at St Louis.

I don't think there is a controversy (yet, as all those 3 riders are pretty agressive on the track)

The thread title can be changed, adding a question mark for instance wink

Here you can see the video (i tried to embed it but i can't):

https://moto-station.com/moto-verte/mx-sx/dylan-ferrandis-rien-de-grave/463076

Baton Rouge wrote:

Well that is not the interview buddy.

Swapmoto is talking about the interview made on Lebigusa.com where Dylan said ironically: «  Yes Yes i am really happy to be beaten by my teammate who doesn’t know how to ride a Supercross track, who has no speed on the Yamaha track and who is going backward in the whoops... »

But to Defend Dylan he is from the south of France and in the south of France we often overreact/exaggerate and use hyperbole to explain something.

Also, Vuillemin said the same thing a month ago on the same website, Dylan is the fastest at the Yamaha track.

But as we all know practice and race day are two different thing.

UGOTBIT wrote:

Thought it was rad when DF flipped off those clowns outdoors, made me a fan...BUT saying that about Cooper?

Maybe he should work on starts and not winning practice.

“...doesn’t know how to ride a supercross track...”

Our lie dectector tests have determined that is a lie...

I’m sure it’s frustration with himself not getting the results he’s capable of, still lame.

Once again it is just our way to speak in the south of France, it is just an hyperbole to say he is faster than cooper on a daily basis so he should be winning and he is not happy at all with a second place behind the theammate he beats at the yamaha track every day.

Of course Cooper knows how to ride an SX track and i truly believe he will be a threat indoors and outdoors this year so don't take his words for granted it is just a way to speak down here.

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