Jules Cluzel is declared fit for this weekend in Estoril!

15 October 2020

Estoril - Portugal

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Five weeks after his crash in Aragon (Spain), Jules Cluzel will be back on his Yamaha R6 this weekend in Estoril (Portugal) for the last round of the season. Back to training for nearly three weeks, Jules has prepared conscientiously his return on track. Physiotherapy, cycling, motorbike simulator and muscle strengthening have punctuated his daily routine. This Thursday at 12.15 pm, the FIM doctor declared the GMT94 rider fit for the weekend.

Despite missing four races, Jules is still in 3rd position in the championship. Fighting between 5th and 10th place in the overall classification Corentin Perolari will have a lot of work to get as high as possible. The classification is tight, some nice races are expected for the two GMT94 riders.

Jules Cluzel: “I am delighted to be back with the team and my bike for this weekend. I really missed it! I have worked hard to come back, I feel good and I think I am able to be competitive. I will give my best! »

Christophe Guyot: “Jules wanted to come back this weekend and we accompanied him throughout his convalescence. We answered his requests because only him can decide whether he is fit to be competitive or not. The doctors assured that there were no problems and that Jules was in good shape. »

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