JOSE IGNACIO CORNEJO FLORIMO(chl) 1.66m / 68kg
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Monster Energy Honda Team, Troy Lee Designs Chile, Cornejo Motos
2020: Motos/ 4º. 2 victorias de etapa.
2019: Motos/ 8º
2018: Motos/ 10º
2016: Motos/ abandono etapa 5
2020: 21º en la categoría Motos del Rally Andalucía
2019: 6º en el Campeonato del Mundo FIM de Rallies Cross Country: 3º en la Gral. de Motos de Abu Dhabi; 11º en la Gral. de Motos del Silk Way, 9º en la Gral. de Motos del Atacama Rally y 11º en la Gral. de Motos del Rally de Marruecos. 2º en el Campeonato del Mundo Junior de Rallies Cross Country: 2º en Abu Dhabi, 4º en Silk Way, 1º en Atacama Rally y 2º en el Rally de Marruecos.
2018: 9º en el Campeonato del Mundo FIM de Rallies Cross Country: 8º en la General de Motos de Abu Dhabi; 8º en la General de Motos del Rally Merzouga; 7º en la General de Motos del Atacama Rally, 8º en el Rally de Marruecos; compitió en el Desafío Ruta 40.
2016: Campeón Junior FIM Rally Cross Country World Championship.
2015: 9º en la General de Motos del Rally de Abu Dhabi, 3º en el Mundial Junior y 38º en la General de Motos FIM del Rally de Marruecos.
2015: 10º en el Dakar Series Desafío Ruta 40; 10º en la general de Motos del Rally de Atacama.
2014: Campeón Enduro-Cross Tres Arenas.
2014: 2º en el Desafío del Desierto.
2014: 2º Desafío Inka Dakar Series.
“I am going to try to do better than my fourth place”
December 2017 was a turning point in the life of Chilean rider José Ignacio Cornejo Florimo. He had decided to quit the Dakar for financial reasons, but just a few days before the start in Lima, he received a call from Honda to join the factory team to replace the injured Paulo Goncalves. Up until then, his only participation was in the 2016 Dakar, in which he dropped out on stage five. “Nacho” made the most of this exceptional opportunity to finish 10th thanks to an impeccable showing. On the 2019 Dakar, he worked hard to improve that result and finished a very respectable 8th place. Now confirmed in his position as a factory rider for the Monster Energy Honda Team, "Nacho" rode a fantastic Dakar in 2020. He won two stages, the last one in a tight three-rider battle with Matthias Walkner and Luciano Benavides. Welcomed as a hero in Chile, the Iquiqueño also showed his solidarity during the pandemic by making a large delivery of protective goggles for health workers in the Tarapacá region. 2016 FIM Junior Champion “Nacho” Cornejo, arrives in Saudi Arabia to race in his fifth Dakar, determined to fight for a podium result and to continue his surprising ascension in the category.
J.IC.F.: “The Dakar last year was very positive for me: my team-mate Ricky Brabec won and I was able to take 2 stages in addition to 4th place. It's an extremely important result and also a great motivation for the next edition. I have always felt really good on the bike.
In 2020, I was able to train more or less as usual and without too many restrictions until the end of April. From May to September we were almost unemployed because of the health situation in Iquique. This meant that I arrived with far fewer kilometres on my bike than in a regular season. I did some private rides in Iquique and then we were able to organise test sessions with the team both in the US and Spain. I also took part in the Andalucía Rally where I was able to get back on the tracks, not with the expected result, but finally with some actual racing. The objective for 2021? I'm going there with the idea of improving this 4th place and I'm ready to do my best.”
MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2021
- Mark : HONDA
- Model : CRF 450 RALLY
- Performance tuner : Monster Energy Honda Team 2021
- Assistance : Monster Energy Honda Team 2021
- Class : G1.1 A.S.O. Elites
All news of J. Cornejo florimo
A rattled Nacho Cornejo has undergone a medical examination after soldiering on to the finish following his crash at km 252. The Chilean, who started today's stage in the overall lead, has been left with no choice but to withdraw from the race and leave his teammates Ricky Brabec and Kevin Benavides to duke it out for the win.
Cornejo losing ten minutes to Brabec
Defending champion Ricky Brabec is still going strong at km 285, leading Joan Barreda by 2'30" and Matthias Walkner by over five minutes. Meanwhile, Nacho Cornejo is losing 10'41" after his crash, which is still not enough to topple the Chilean rider from the overall lead.
Nacho Cornejo has crashed at km 252. The overall leader has emerged unscathed and is now back on the move.
Nacho Cornejo: “All day pushing by myself was mentally exhausting”
The leader of the general standings increased his advantage today and now leads by 11’24’’ ahead of his nearest pursuer and team-mate Kevin Benavides.
“Today was tough, it was always going to be a long day and it was. Toby started right behind me. We were fighting for the overall victory and it's very bad that he crashed and got injured. I hope...
Cornejo reaches the finish
Nacho Cornejo has just reached the finishing line on the day’s special. The Chilean is unlikely to win, because his team-mate Kevin Benavides boasted a lead of more than two minutes over him at the last time check point. Also, the result will have to take account of the time retrieved by Ricky Brabec and Sam Sunderland in order to ascertain the outcome of this...
Cornejo keeps his rivals at a distance
After 198 km, Nacho Carnejo still holds a lead of a little less than a minute over Kevin Benavides. Luciano Benavides, trailing Cornejo by 4’31 is for the moment out of reach of Adrien van Beveren, who is more than seven minutes behind the stage leader. However, attention should be paid to the times of Ricky Brabec and Sam Sunderland who respectively lost 15...
Cornejo keeps the pace up
After 157 km, Nacho Cornejo leads Kevin Benavides by 51’’. Luciano Benavides is in third place, 3’42’’ behind with less than a minute’s lead over the Yamaha ridden by Adrien van Beveren. Ricky Brabec, who stopped to assist Toby Price after his heavy fall, has lost more than 20 minutes, but they should be struck off at the end of...
Cornejo is at the start
Nacho Cornejo is the first to take starter’s orders on the ninth special. Will the Chilean, who leads the general standings by just over a minute in front of Toby Price, be able to hold on to this status and once again battle for victory?
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