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Johann Zarco was born on 16 July, 1990 in Cannes, France, is a French motorcycle racer. At 30 years old, Johann Zarco height is 5 ft 7 in (171.0 cm).

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Johann Zarco Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 16 July 1990
Birthday 16 July
Birthplace Cannes, France
Nationality French

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Following a difficult 2019 season, for 2020 Zarco is contracted to ride in MotoGP with Avintia Ducati.

In August 2019, Zarco announced he would not ride for KTM in 2020, the second-year of his contract. The KTM team then announced in September 2019 he would not ride in the remaining six 2019 events, with test rider Mika Kallio taking his place.

Zarco was offered a Honda for the last three races of the 2019 season. Riding for Honda effectively removed the possibility of becoming a Yamaha factory test rider for 2020.

Following a difficult 2019 season when he rode a works KTM for only the first half before the factory pulled him out, Zarco was offered a Honda for the last three races of the 2019 season due to regular rider Takaaki Nakagami electing to have surgery with an expected long recuperation period. He finished the first event in 13th place, and was knocked off by Joan Mir nearing the end of the second event when in 8th place. Zarco fell during his third race on the Honda when in 10th position at Valencia, Spain, being hit when walking away by a following machine, without serious injury.


From 2017 he was a member of the Tech 3 Yamaha MotoGP satellite team, and in early 2018 it was announced that he would ride for the factory KTM MotoGP team from 2019.

For 2017, Zarco moved up to the premier class with the Tech 3 Yamaha team. On his MotoGP debut at Qatar, Zarco shocked the grid by taking the lead on the first lap and building a 2-second lead, until he crashed out at turn 2 on lap 6. He scored his first MotoGP podium, a 2nd place, at Le Mans. He got his first pole position at the Assen. In the race he touched with Rossi and dropped to 4th, and eventually finished in 14th place. He got podium finishes in Sepang, Malaysia and Valencia, Spain, where he finished in 3rd and 2nd respectively.

He received the Rookie of the Year Award for 2017 and finished the season in 6th, the highest placing independent rider.


Zarco made his Grand Prix début with the WTR San Marino Team, in the season-opening Qatar Grand Prix. He finished the race in the points in 15th, although the rain-shortened race meant that Zarco gained just half a point. He took seven further points-scoring finishes, as he finished 20th in the championship. Zarco's best result of the season was a sixth-place finish at Mugello.


Zarco moved up to the Moto2 class with the JiR team, aboard Motobi bikes in 2012. He finished the season 10th in the standings with 95 points and was easily the highest placed rookie that year. In 2013, he moved to the Ioda Project Racing Team aboard a Suter, he improved on his rookie season by finishing on the podium twice and ended 9th on the standings with 141 points. For 2014, he joined the new Caterham Moto Racing team. He impressed on what many considered to be an inferior bike compared to the mainly dominant Kalex bikes. He managed to earn 4 podium finishes, as well as 1 pole position, earning him 6th in the standings with 146 points. In 2015, Zarco moved to the debuting Ajo Motorsport team, who he raced with in the 125cc class. Zarco dominated the field and won his first Moto2 title, with 8 wins, 14 podiums, 7 poles and a record points haul of 352. He remained with the team for 2016 and successfully defended his Moto2 title, becoming the first rider in the Moto2 era to win 2 intermediate titles, with 7 wins, 10 podiums, 7 poles and 276 points. Zarco became a popular figure with the fans with his spectacular backflip celebrations when he won a race.


For 2011 he signed with Ajo Motorsport. At the second race, the Spanish Grand Prix, he gained his first podium finish by finishing third.


Zarco remained with WTR for the 2010 season. Zarco started the season with a consistent run of points-scoring finishes, finishing each of the first eight races in the points. At the Czech Grand Prix, Zarco recorded the first fastest lap of his career, having pitted for slick tyres as the track's conditions became better for them to be run. He ultimately finished eleventh in the championship, despite retiring from the final three races.


Born in Cannes, Zarco progressed up the motorcycling ladder and moved into minimoto championships in 2004, mainly based in Italy. In 2005, Zarco finished as runner-up in the Senior Mini European Championship and in 2006, he was runner-up in the European Open Championship. He also competed in the Italian 125cc championship, where he finished in twelfth place. Zarco took part in the Red Bull Rookies Cup in 2007, and won the championship at Estoril, after winning three races. He added a fourth win at the final race in Valencia. These performances enabled Zarco to become part of the Red Bull MotoGP Academy scheme along with Cameron Beaubier, Jonas Folger and Danny Kent. This reduced his racing in 2008, making a sporadic appearance in the Italian championship with Team Gabrielli.


Johann Zarco (born 16 July 1990) is a Grand Prix motorcycle racer from France, best known for winning the 2015 and 2016 Moto2 World Championships.