End of the first round of the French Superbike Championship

28 March 2022

Le Mans - France

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This Sunday, March 27, the first round of the French Superbike Championship took place on the Le Mans circuit. Thanks its program in direction of the young riders, the GMT94 team supports technically more than ten riders. Thus, Loïc Arbel, Enzo de la Vega, Vincent Falcone, Justine Pedemonte, Lyvann Luchel, Hugo Robert, Martin Renaudin, Johan Gimbert, Lilian Di Lorenzo, Luca Cersosimo, Matéo Pédeneau, Bartholomé Perrin and Tom Rochard benefit from a support of France Equipement, BS Battery, NGK, GB Racing and/or SEMC. The Mutuelle des Motards will also offer these riders a free training day on the Circuit Carole in July. Finally, the FFM supports the GMT94 in its FSBK project. Indeed, the GMT94 accompanies technically and advises all these riders in the construction of their 2022 season.

During this first round the riders helped by GMT94 realized great performances. First of all, Valentin Debise, GMT94’s substitute rider in World Supersport, received GMT94’s advice and support in the construction of his project in FSBK. Indeed, the rider from Albi set up his own structure and won the four rounds of the Supersport and Superbike races. A remarkable performance on board his Yamaha R1 and Yamaha R6.

Loïc Arbel, rider coming from the Spanish Championship, climbed twice on the Supersport podium. He finished 3rd and 2nd, and left as Valentin Debise’s runner-up in the general classification.

Vincent Falcone concluded the two races in 7th and 6th place, just ahead of Johan Gimbert. They are respectively 2nd and 3rd in the Challenger ranking (under 21).

5th in the first race, Enzo De La Vega had to give up due to mechanical problems in the second race. Matéo Pédeneau, Hugo Robert and Lilian Di Lorenzo had a more difficult weekend, but were able to enter the points in at least one of the two races.

On the Supersport 300 side, Justine Pedemonte made two good races and left Le Mans in 7th place overall. Martin Renaudin also finished this first round in 7th place overall, but this time in the Superbike category. He is even leading the Challenger Superbike ranking.

Lyvann Luchel and Luca Cersosimo had a more difficult weekend, but continue their learning and their progression on board their Yamaha R6.

See you on May 8th on the Nogaro circuit for the second round of the French Superbike Championship.

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