WorldSBK Magny-Cours, the program!

7 September 2023

Events

The World Superbike Championship makes its French stopover this weekend at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-cours.

An event eagerly awaited by speed enthusiasts and GMT94 Yamaha club members alike. The 3-day event will feature action on track from Lorenzo Baldassarri (Yamaha R1), Valentin Debise (Yamaha R6) and Johan Gimbert (Wild Card), all of whom intend to fly the flag for the Val de Marnaise team.

For this great motorcycle festival, GMT94 is also honouring its supporters with a number of events:

  • Meetings and autograph sessions with the riders
  • Raffle with numerous gifts
  • Visits to the pit box
  • Reception in the official Yamaha hospitality area
  • Walking tour of the circuit with Christophe Guyot
  • Team presentation on the paddock show stage

There’s something for every enthusiast. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, here’s the program!

Friday, September 8th

Superbike, FP1: 10.30am – 11.15am

Supersport, FP1: 11.25am – 12.10pm

Superbike, FP2 : 15H00 – 15H45

Supersport , FP2 : 16H00 – 16H45

Paddock show with GMT94: 17H45-18H15

Autograph session in the village (next to the GMT94 store): 18H30 – 19H00

Saturday, September 9th

Superbike, FP3: 9H00 – 9H30

Supersport, Superpole : 10H25 – 10H45

Superbike, Superpole: 11.10am – 11.25am

Superbike, Race 1: 14H

Superpole, Race 1: 15:15

Paddock show with GMT94: 18H00 – 18H30

Walking tour of the circuit with Christophe Guyot: 18H45 – 19H30

Autograph session in the village (next to the GMT94 boutique): 7pm – 7.30pm

Sunday, September 10th

Superbike, warm-up: 9H – 9H15

Supersport, warm-up: 9H25 – 9H40

Autograph session in the village (next to the GMT94 boutique): 10.20am – 10.50am

Superbike, Superpole race: 11am

Supersport, Race 2: 12.30 p.m.

Superbike, Race 2: 15:15

Boutique village
Paddock show

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