GMT94 alongside the French Superbike championship riders

21 August 2023



Valentin Debise will be present for the Paris round of the French Championship at Circuit Carole. You’d have to go back 16 years to see a rider active in the World Championship join the ranks of the French Championship. It’s a reminder of the great days when Christian Sarron (250 World Champion and GP 500 rider), Alex Viera (multiple Endurance World Champion) Adrien Morillas (Endurance World Champion) and Alexis Masbou (GP winner) took part in the National Championship. Valentin Debise will race for GPY24, a 100% private team. GMT94 will be on hand to support the 11 French riders who have asked to benefit from the support of the Val Marnaise structure. The riders present will be Johan Gimbert, leader of the French championship, who has benefited from the wildcard (a project which allows him to take part in the French round of the World Championship). Aged 18, he will join GMT94 on 08/09/10 September. Also vying for the title of French Champion is Enzo De La Vega, whose season included 1 win and 7 podiums. And Loïc Arbel with 5 podiums. At Carole, we’ll also find the driver who made the headlines this year: Justine Pedemonte was the first woman in history to win 2 French Championship races. We’ll be close to Luca Cersosimo and Ilies Blanchard, who had to put their season on hold due to injury. We’ll also be joining Luca Cersosimo for the Carole round, and wish Illies Blanchard all the best for his recovery.. In the 1000 cm3 class, Martin Renaudin, Moto&GPaddict number 75 and French champion in the Challenger 2022 class, who has been supported by GMT 94 since his Superbike debut, will be one of the men to watch at this race, which will see the best French riders compete, including Kenny Foray, Mathieu Gines, David Muscat and former 125 world champion Mike Di Meglio. Christophe Guyot, Céline Labau, Nathan Messager, Jude Asaph and numerous GMT 94 volunteers will be on hand at 1pm on Saturday and Sunday to support the highest level of the national speed championship.

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