Clément Desalle

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Clément Desalle
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Nationality Belgium Belgian
Born 19 May 1989 (1989-05-19) (age 25)
La Louvière, Belgium
Motocross career
Active years 2006 - present
Teams Honda, Suzuki
Wins 12 GP wins
GP debut 2006, GP of Flanders, Zolder, MX1
First GP win Loket 9 August 2009 (Czech Republic)

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

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]

Gp Wins[edit]

  • 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[edit]

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

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