(arg) Born on 13/12/1995 at Cordoba argentina 1.78m / 69kg


Consultores de Empresas.

2018: Quad/ 3º
2016: Quad/ 5º
2015: Quad/ 2º
2014: Quad/ 6º

2018: 8º en el campeonato de la categoría quads del CARCC; 1º en la categoría quads del Rally de Mina Clavero, abandono en el Desafío Ruta 40.
2017: Abandono en el Rally Dakar Series Merzouga, en Marruecos
2017: 1º en la categoría Quad 4x2 del Desafío Ruta 40 Norte; Abandono en el Rally Desafío Ruta 40 Sur.
2016: Campeón Argentino de Rally Cross Country en categoría Quad 4x2


“I will battle on every stage”

At the tender age of 23, Jeremías González Ferioli is already a Dakar personality. Second in 2015, fifth in 2016, he had to take a pass in 2017 to recover from a grave injury. Jeremias returned in 2018, winning two special stages and made a magical trip to the arrival podium in his hometown of Cordoba. On the social media networks, Jeremias staged the countdown to his new Dakar, training very hard in the sand and worked with engine guru, Oreste Berta. He knows that the rally will be very difficult, but he cannot imagine not returning to the podium!

J.G.F. : The 2018 Dakar went very well for me. The fact that the rally finished in Cordoba, where my family and friends were waiting for me was hugely motivating. I had a technical problem in Bolivia that forced me to slow down. I had two stage victories and finished third overall was clearly a very good result. With just one country in this year’s Dakar, I think that it will be an extremely tough rally. There will be many retirements and a very complicated battle. I will complete my training in the dunes with testing in Fiambala and Nihuil, which is the closest terrain in Argentina to what we will face. In addition to having participated in the CARCC and the Desafio Ruta 40, we kept working on the quad, both on the suspension and engine, with the contribution of Oreste Berta, Carlos Calvo and Gabriel Ontivero. I will battle on every stage. "



  • Mark : YAMAHA
  • Model : RAPTOR 700
  • Performance tuner : Oreste Berta, Carlos Calvo y Gabriel Ontivero
  • Assistance : Ferioli Racing Team
  • Class : Q_GQ.1 : G3.1 - 2 roues motrices - 0 à 750 cm3

Ranking 2019

Scratch Stage General
1 2 2 2
2 6 6 5
3 1 1 2
4 2 2 2
5 2 2 2
6 2 2 2
7 5 5 2
8 3 3 2
9 4 4 2
10 3 3 2

All news of J. Gonzalez ferioli

Reactions - 15/01 16:39 [GMT -5] - Quad

“It’s not easy to ride on terrain like that”

1 hour 24 minutes behind leader Nicolás Cavigliasso, the main objective of the quad rider from Córdoba is to keep his second place, which third place rider Gustave Gallego, another Argentinean, is eying up.

“There were 170 km of sand and dunes and it’s not easy to ride on terrain like that. Two or three of us rode together during the entire special...

Newsflashes - 10/01 07:53 [GMT -5] - Quad

González Ferioli kicks of the quad special

Jeremías González Ferioli is the first quad rider to start the day’s special, followed only 30 seconds later by his countryman Nicolás Cavigliasso, the general standings leader, who likely to put him under serious pressure!

Newsflashes - 09/01 13:18 [GMT -5] - Quad

González Ferioli gets the best of Cavigliasso

Jeremías González Ferioli had to bring his A game to end the domination of fellow Argentinian Nicolás Cavigliasso in this year's Dakar. The young rider rolled into Arequipa with 1'44" to spare at the end of a closely fought special, while Gustavo Gallego lost 10'50" today.

Newsflashes - 09/01 11:42 [GMT -5] - Quad

González Ferioli seizes the lead

Jeremías González Ferioli has navigated the dunes far better than his rivals. The Argentinian rose from fifth at WP3, five minutes back, to first at WP5, 8′35″ ahead of Nicolás Cavigliasso. Manuel Andújar has fallen like a stone and is now 45 minutes back!

Newsflashes - 07/01 09:55 [GMT -5] - Quad

Argentina on the charge

Nicolas Cavigliasso and Jeremías González Ferioli are shouldering Argentinean hopes in the quad category this year. The two countrymen have started the day’s special with the firm intention of a top performance, having finished on the podium in 2018 behind the winner who is conspicuously absent from the category, Ignacio Casale.

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