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Joris Hendrickx was born on 2 February, 1983 in Belgium, is a Belgian sidecarcross racer. Discover Joris Hendrickx's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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Born 2 February 1983
Birthday 2 February
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Nationality Belgium

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In the 2014 season he competed in only a few selected races of the French championship, with Liepiņš as his passenger, but still as a top contender. The following season the pair won the German championship.


Despite his announced retirement, Hendrickx still took part in non-GP sidecarcross races, winning the event in Muri, Switzerland in 2013. He also initially declared that he would start at the Belgian and French GP's in 2013, but did not compete in either event. Instead, Hendrickx raced the French national championship which he, still with Kaspars Liepiņš as his passenger, won.


The team was able to complete the 2012 season without injury and finished fourth in the world championship, 83 points behind Daniël Willemsen who won his tenth title. He also came second in the Belgian championship. At the end of the season Joris Hendrickx announced his retirement from the sport despite only being 28 years old, citing that he could not muster the energy and time required to compete in the World Championship.


In 2010, Hendrickx came second in the world championship, missing out on defending the title by nine points. He won the national Belgian title for a third consecutive time however. He suffered a season-ending injury at the qualifying of the German Grand Prix in July 2011, being able to compete in the race but requiring surgery afterwards. Consequently, the team only finished ninth in the overall standings at the end of the season.


The 2009 season was initially dominated by Daniël Willemsen, who had won the previous six world championships. When Willemsen missed a number of races because of injury, Jan Hendrickx, his cousin, took the lead in the competition. At the German GP at Strassbessenbach, Joris took out his first race win and also his first Grand Prix victory. With one event, the GP at Rudersberg, to go, Joris Hendrickx and Kaspars Liepins were 13 points behind the leaders Jan Hendrickx / Tim Smeuninx, in second place, but the leading combination suffered an engine defect in round four of the first race in Germany and lost all its advantage. A win and a second place in the last event earned the Belgian / Latvian combination the world title, with Joris Hendrickx becoming only the second Belgian to do so, after Sven Verbrugge, and the first Belgian driver to record this achievement.

Source:"The John Davey Pages - JORIS HENDRICKX". John Davey. Retrieved 14 September 2009 .


He is also a three-time Belgian national sidecarcross champion (2008–2010) and the 2013 French and 2015 German champion.

In the 2008 season, now with new passenger Kaspars Liepins, the team finished fourth in the world championship, earning four podium finishes. The pair also won the Belgian championship for the first time.


The 2006 season saw him race exclusively with Eli Piccart in the world championship, where he finished seventh and earned his first-ever podium finish with a third place in the first race in the French GP. In the national championship of Belgium, he finished third once more.


In the 2005 season, he used two passengers, van de Lagemaat and Eli Piccart, achieving an eighth place in the world championship, with a fourth-place finish at race on at the Croatian GP his best season result, and another third in the Belgian nationals.


Hendrickx entered the sidecarcross world championship for the first time in the 2003 German Grand Prix, with passenger Roger van de Lagemaat. He finished 11th, and was 42nd in the season.


Joris Hendrickx (born 2 February 1983, in Turnhout) is a Belgian sidecarcross rider and the 2009 World Champion, together with his passenger, the Latvian Kaspars Liepiņš.