DANNY LAPORTE: WORLDWIDE OPEN


Bryan Bosch

DANNY LAPORTE: WORLDWIDE OPEN

Always following his heart, never having the desire to repeat accomplishments, constantly looking for new, seemingly impossible challenges…few racing careers compare to the epic moto journey of Danny Laporte. Danny is and will always be part of our FMF family. Take a dive into the life of one of the most interesting personalities ever to race on two wheels.


Video courtesy of FMF Racing - Uncle Donnie's Flying Machine Stories

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Was AWESOME seeing Danny this weekend at the 2017 AMA Hall of Fame Ceremony and him giving Donnie Elmer Sr. FMF his Hall of Fame Ring... Danny is one cool dude for sure and such an incredible talent... Excellent video...

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Wow,really cool to stumble across this video. Went to high school with him in Torrance. Didn't get to know him real well then but we had some mutual friends and we all dreamed of becoming MX stars......Danny actually did it!! Real fun following his career and hope to run into him one day. Thanks FMF and cheers to you Danny....... 

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