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Jean-Michel Bazire

Jean-Michel Bazire (born April 16, 1971) is a noted French harness racing driver. In 1999 he won the Prix d'Amérique driving Moni Maker. In 2004 he was the driver for Kesaco Phedo who also won the Prix.[1]


  1. Prix D'Amerique site


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