GMT94 continues its support in FSBK!

21 January 2022

Flash News

Since its arrival in the WSSP Championship, the GMT94 team, with the help of the FFM and Yamaha, has offered the leader of the FSBK 600cc a Yamaha R6 for the WorldSSP French round at Magny-Cours.
GMT94’s commitment to promoting the French sport does not stop there. The team supports riders in the French FSBK Championship. The national championship represents the biggest pool of French riders. In its logic of supporting French riders, GMT94 is committed to a dozen riders. 
The French team is committed with a two-year contract for each rider. 
The riders have access to some advantages:

  • Technical support. They can rely on the skills of the GMT94 mechanics for the settings of their machines. Rémi Guyot, also gives them access to a number of contacts to meet their needs, with special discounts available specifically for GMT94.
  • Technical parts. France Equipement, BS Battery, Ermax, NGK and GB Racing allocate a parts budget for each rider. 
    In addition to this support, the Mutuelle des Motards is committed to offering a free test day at the Carole circuit before the FSBK round in 2022. The supported riders will thus have direct access to the GMT94 team, in addition to a free track that will allow them to train before their race. 
    In 2022, Vincent Falcone, Ludovic Cauchi, Lyvann Luchel, Lilian Di Lorenzo and Luca Cersosimo will begin their second year in the project. They will be joined by Justine Pedemonte, Enzo De La Vega, Johan Gimbert and Loïc Arbel. 
    Martin Renaudin and Marcus Delestre will of course continue to be followed by GMT94. The two riders have now taken full advantage of the programme and are in direct contact with some of GMT94’s partners. A real success of the programme.

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