With 2 titles and 38 GP wins behind him, Johnny Aubert has always stood out as one of the fastest and most complete drivers in the Enduro World Championships. His beginnings in Motocross, a speciality in which he was proclaimed 80cc World Champion in 1993, when only 13 years old, took him to the United States to compete in AMA Motocross and Supercross. This is the great league of this speciality, where the French rider forged his refined technique and explosiveness in the specials. Virtues that, a few years later and now back in Europe, took him to the Enduro World Championship in both 2008 and 2009.
Two E2 world crowns to which Aubert also added two world sub-championships and two national enduro championships in France and Italy, as well as several victories with the 'Bleus' in the Olympics of this speciality, the International Six Days of Enduro. A competition that the French rider has won three times with his country - in the 2010, 2012 and 2013 editions - and two individually, as an absolute winner, in 2007 and 2010.
In 2012, like many other riders from the wide range of off-road disciplines, Johnny Aubert listened to the call of the desert and let himself be seduced by the greatness of the Dakar Rally, where the French rider starred in an excellent debut, finishing in an outstanding 14th position. Two years later, he returned to try his fortune in the world of rally-raids achieving second place in the Merzouga Rally, in Morocco.