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Harry Everts

Harry Everts
Nationality Belgian
Born February 1952 (age 63)
Motocross career
Years active 1970 - 1982
Teams Puch, Bultaco, Suzuki
Championships 250cc - 1975
125cc - 1979, 1980, 1981
Wins 25

Harry Everts (born February 1952) is a former professional motocross racer from Belgium.

Biography

Born in Maaseik, Belgium, Everts won the 1975 F.I.M. 250cc world championship as a member of the Puch factory racing team. After a period with Bultaco he signed with the Suzuki factory team and won three consecutive 125cc motocross world championships between 1979 and 1981.[1] Everts was a member of the Belgian teams which won the Motocross des Nations in 1976 and 1979. He is the father of former ten-time motocross world champion, Stefan Everts.

References

  1. ^ Harry Everts career profile


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