Born on October 30th 2002 (Nice, France)
GMT94 rider since 2022
6th in the Italian Supersport Championship. 3 podiums. 2 wild cards in World Supersport Championship.
Participation to the World Supersport Championship. 1 victory.
4th in the World Supersport 300cc Championship. 1st Yamaha rider. 2 podiums.
Participation to the World Supersport Championship.
Participation to the Moto3 Junior World Championship.
Moto4 Spanish Champion
Andy started riding motorbikes relatively early. At the age of nine, he finished runner-up in the 50cc French championship, before joining the Spanish championships. He finished 4th in the 70cc championship in 2012. His talent then began to interest many French motorbike sport specialists.
After rising through the ranks in the Spanish Championship, Eric De Seynes, President of Yamaha Motor Europe, spotted him. In 2019, he signed him up for his first full World Championship season on a Yamaha R3 in the 300cc Supersport World Championship. Andy finished 1st Yamaha rider, and 4th overall with three podiums.
As part of the Yamaha Motor Europe’s bLU cRU program, Andy’s strong performance in the 300cc class has earned him a ride in the 600cc category. He won the Barcelona round in 2020, in dramatic conditions. He then had a season in the highly competitive Italian Championship. He finished 6th overall, with three podiums.
During the 2021 season, Andy Verdoïa took part in two rounds with the GMT94 Yamaha team. At Magny-Cours he had his best world championship weekend in dry conditions with two top 10 finishes. He was subsequently injured in Barcelona. In 2022, the rider from Nice will support Jules Cluzel and the GMT94 in their fight for a world title.