Didier de Radiguès suffers a robbery in his own house
Didier de Radiguès suffers a robbery in his own house

The friends of others are always scheming, and the former pilot Didier de Radiguès a few days ago suffered a robbery in his own house in which the thieves they were made with his entire collection of trophies and souvenirs, that is to say, the helmets, overalls and other belongings that the Belgian pilot treasured at his home.

The robbery took place during the night and Didier de Radiguès himself, realizing this, has sent a statement to several internet portals in order to ask for collaboration of readers and thus be able to find thieves if by chance they try to sell their souvenirs on a second-hand or similar items sale page. In that case, we can put in touch with Didier de Radiguès himself in the following email: [email protected]

Didier de Radiguès made his World Championship debut in 1979 and in 1982 achieved his best result with a runner-up behind Anton Mang in the 350cc category. He achieved 4 victories and 15 podiums and was a teammate with Eddie Lawson in 1988 on the Yamaha Yamaha Racing Team and Kevin Schwantz on the Suzuki official team in 1991.

After motorcycles he dedicated himself to competition on four wheels, winning the Belgian Procar Championship and the 24 hours of Spa. He also competed in the 1998 24 Hours of Le Mans as a teammate of Wayne Gardner. He currently combines his role as a pilot on four wheels with the driving school that he runs in France, the Radiguès School

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