Video: A young Mickael Pichon in 1993 – San Marino GP

See a young teenage Mickael Pichon as he made his way through through the ranks in the 125 Grand Prix series in 1993 and was already being heavily touted as a future star of the sport. Pichon was second fiddle to Yves Demaria at the time but he would come fifth in the world championship that season with Demaria finishing runner-up to Pedro Tragter.

Pichon then headed to America in 1995 to win two 125 supercross titles as well as finishing top five in both the 250 supercross and outdoors series. Pichon came back to the world championship halfway through the 99 season and made good on that early potential to win two 250 world championship titles.

Check out just how hard pack the San Marino track was too – no ruts just throttle control and the ability to invent your own lines.