Alex Puzar

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Alex Puzar
Born19 November 1968 (1968-11-19) (age 55)
Motocross career
Years active1988–2009
TeamsKTM, Suzuki
Championships2 (250cc - 1990; 125cc - 1995)

Alessandro "Alex" Puzar (born 19 November 1968) is an Italian former professional motocross racer. He competed in the Motocross World Championships from 1988 to 2009. Puzar is notable for being a two-time motocross world champion.


Puzar began his motocross Grand Prix career in 1988 riding a KTM. He was the 1990 F.I.M. world champion in the 250cc class on a Suzuki. In 1995 he won the 125cc motocross world championship on a Honda.[1] Along with Andrea Bartolini and Alessio Chiodi, Puzar was a member of the winning Italian team in the 2002 Motocross des Nations.[2]


  1. ^ Alessandro Puzar career profile
  2. ^ Parsons, Grant (January 2003). MX des Nations. Retrieved 18 January 2018. {{cite book}}: |work= ignored (help)