Historic Overview Raoul Lesueur

Rider

Overall Rank1560
NameRaoul LESUEUR
Country
  France
Date of birth29-Apr-1912 - Le Havre (Haute Normandie)
Date of death19-Aug-1981 - Vallauris (Provence Alpes Cote d'Azur)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Raoul Lesueur - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1931 SA Golfe Juan 25 358
2. 1932 SA Golfe Juan 156 156
3. 1933 VC Azureen 16 443
4. 1934 Helyett 51 310
5. 1935 Helyett 495 70
6. 1936 Helyett 1200 19
7. 1937 Helyett 387 96
8. 1938 Helyett 388 98
9. 1939 Helyett 0 911
10. 1940 Helyett 0 453
11. 1941 Helyett 0 534
12. 1942 Helyett 0 535
13. 1943 Helyett 31 255
14. 1949 Thomas 0 1001
15. 1950 Thomas 0 1046
16. 1951 Carrara 0 967
17. 1952 Delangle 0 941
Overall: 2749 1560

Biography

Raoul Lesueur (29 April 1912 – 19 August 1981) was a French cyclist. He started his career as a road racer, winning numerous competitions in the 1930s and Critérium des As in 1943. After World War II he focused on motor-paced racing. In this discipline he won a European title in 1950 and the UCI Motor-paced World Championships in 1947 and 1950.

In the beginning of his cycling career, Lesueur moved from his native Le Havre to Nice and trained at the local "Vélodrome Pasteur". The Velodrome was heavily damaged by bombing in 1944, as it was likely confused with a factory building, and thus demolished in 1960. The former Avenue de Velodrome is now called Rue Raoul Lesueur.

source - Wikipedia