Oscar Polli

World Rally Raid Champion 2008, Winner of the Dakar Africa Eco Race 2012, and recipient of the Italian Athletic Value Gold Medal, he has participated in various African marathons such as the Rally Tunisia, the Pharaohs Rally, and the Paris-Dakar.

He began his off-road racing career in 1982 by participating in the Lombard regional 125cc motocross championship.

In the following years, he competed in various 125cc and 250cc championships, finishing fourth in the Lombard regional championship in 1988. He then moved on to the Italian Motocross Championship, placing in the top 10 overall in the 125/250 class. He participated for three years in the Italian Sand Cross Championship (Supermarecross), consistently placing in the top ten.

In 1992, he participated in his first international rallies, the "Rally di Sardegna," "Transitalia," and "Rally dell'Elba," and joined the Italian Motorally Championship, winning the championship in 1995 with Team Freeracing. In 1995, he participated in the Senior Enduro Championship, finishing fourth in the 500 class, before finally venturing into African marathons such as the Rally Tunisia, Pharaohs Rally, and Dakar, where he was among the protagonists in 1998, 1999, and 2006.

To date, Oscar has competed in over 120 races worldwide, making him one of the most experienced international motorcycle pilots.


All the results achieved by Oscar Polli in national and international competitions.