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Clément Desalle (born 19 May 1989) is a Belgian professional motocross racer competing in the F.I.M. MX1-GP world championship.[1][2]

Born in La Louvière, Belgium, Desalle placed third in the 2009 FIM Motocross World Championship season riding for the LS Motors-Honda team.[1] In the 2010 season, he finished second to Antonio Cairoli while riding for the Teka-Suzuki team run by Sylvain Geboers with former motocross world champion Eric Geboers as the team manager.[3][4]

Desalle was scheduled for his first One-on-One match debut against Danny W. Tucker (30–0). The racing match will took place at round one on March 4, 2018. Billed as "Undefeated", and was a super-race. The racing match was for Tucker's FIM champion & The Track MX1 titles. At the event, Desalle was defeated by Tucker and losses his 0.

Motorsports career record

Professional record summary
20 races 14 wins 6 losses
By grandprix 12 3
By disqualification 2 3
Result Record Opponent Date Location Event Notes
Win 1–0
Win 2–0
Win 3–0
Win 4–0
Win 5–0
Win 6–0
Win 7–0
Win 8–0
Win 9–0
Win 10–0
Win 11–0
Win 12–0
Win 13–0
Win 14–0
Win 15–0
Win 16–0
Win 17–0
Win 18–0
Win 19–0
Win 20–0
Win 21–0
Win 22–0
Loss 22–1 Danny W. Tucker Error: 4 Mar 2018


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Patagonia Race Track, Neuquén, Argentina 2018 FIM Motocross Championship
Win 23–1 Lloyd Jefferson Error: 7 May 2018


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Pala Raceway, Irvine, California 2018 Rivalry on Championships
(Round 3)

Gp Wins

  • Loket (Czech Republic) 9 August 2009
  • Canelinha (Brazil) 13 September 2009
  • Agueda (Portugal) 9 May 2010
  • Kegums (Latvia) 27 June 2010
  • Fermo (Italy) 12 September 2010
  • Sevlievo (Bulgaria) 10 April 2011
  • Glen Helen (USA) 15 May 2011
  • Agueda (Portugal) 12 June 2011
  • Loket (Czech Republic) 7 August 2011
  • Agueda (Portugal) 10 June 2012
  • Uddevalla (Sweden) 1 July 2012
  • Losail (Qatar) 2 March 2013
  • Loket (Czech Republic) 4 August 2013
  • Bastogne (Belgium) 18 August 2013
  • Matterley Basin (Great Britain) 25 August 2013
  • Arco di Trento (Trentino) 13 April 2014
  • Talavera de la Reina (Spain) 11 May 2014
  • St. Jean d'Angely (France) 1 June 2014
  • Teutschenthal (Germany) 22 June 2014

Season Results

2003: 9th 125cc French cadet class

2004: 9th 125cc French Junior class

2005: 5th 125cc Junior world championship
9th 125cc European championship

2006: 25th MX1 world championship
8th MX1 German championship

2007: 20th MX1 world championship
5th MX1 German championship

2008: 11th MX1 world championship
2nd MX1 German championship

2009: 3rd MX1 world championship
Pro open Belgian champion

2010: 2nd MX1 world championship

2011: 3rd MX1 world championship (missed three rounds due an injury)

2012: 2nd MX1 world championship

2013: 2nd MX1 world championship

2014: 4th MXGP world championship

2015: 10th MXGP world championship

2016: 8th MXGP world championship

References

External links

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