California is home of ChampFactory MX School, Sebastien TORTELLI a 2 time world Champion. Seb created ChampFactory in 2006 after he retired from his professional racing career. After years of racing and experience in coaching, Sebastien and his team developped training and wining techniques for all level of riders of all over the world. " we know how to push you to elevate you to the best of your level. We know how to train you the right way and keep you at the top of your level".
ChampFactory has 2 coaches:
In the small town of Agen, France, Two time World Champion Sebastien Tortelli was born to race. At only 4 years old Sebastien received his first motorcycle for Christmas. As the only child, he stayed out of trouble by riding his QR 50 around the farm while his parents worked. His father built tracks for him on the farm and by the age of 6 he was winning races!
Currently a seasoned factory-sponsored rider, Tortelli has been ranked amongst the top in both AMA National and Supercross competitions, as well as the World based Motocross Grand Prix World Championships.
Tortelli began his early career racing the World Grand Prix Motocross Circuit and he made his winning debut in 1995. He not only won the 1996 125cc FIM World Motocross Championship, but took the title in 1998 in Greece as the 250cc World Champion as well, beating the highest crowned World Champion of all time: Stefan Everts.
In 1999 Seb was sponsored by Team Factory Honda and claimed the 250cc National in San Bernardino, California. He was leading the championship nearly all season long but an air to air collision with Doug Henry ended his season.
Over the next 5 years Tortelli rebounded and produced great results which included leading the outdoor season standings ahead of Ricky Carmichael. He placed top 5 in both Supercross and Nationals and went on to sign with Team Factory Suzuki.
The Champ then signed with Team Factory KTM in 2006 and returned home to Europe
"For me, the best thing about Motocross is that you can express yourself through racing," Tortelli says. "I live for racing and winning; it has always been my drive. When the gate drops you are the only one in control. You are the one who makes the call, you are the one that pushes the limit, you are the one who corners and jumps.... you're the Man!"
"Never quit." Tortelli says. "One point can make the difference and I won a world championship because of that spirit."
At the end of 2006 Sebastien stop racing and decided to stay involved with his favorite sport.
It was natural for him to share his knowledge with pro-racers like Justin Brayton, Jason Anderson, Blake Wharton, Tomy Searle
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ChampFactory MX School USA
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