Thank you Corentin !

19 October 2020

Flash News

Arriving in mid-season 2018, Corentin Perolari placed the Yamaha R6 GMT94 in the points from his second race. He was then quickly at the front. Thanks to him, the team made a great entry into the World Supersport Championship.

Corentin was able to demonstrate the potential of the GMT94 Yamaha R6, which was a beginner in the category. His performances convinced the three-time French World Championship runner-up Jules Cluzel, to join the GMT94 for the following season. Three victories, sixteen podiums and three pole positions were then conquered between 2019 and 2020.

After two and a half years of collaboration, Corentin Perolari and the GMT94 team decided to separate. Corentin ends his adventure with one pole position and one podium. He is undoubtedly one of the most talented active French riders. This is why Christophe Guyot will help Corentin in his search for a bike for the 2021 season.

Corentin Perolari: “We have had a great ride with GMT94 since 2018. I think that in 2020 we have reached the limit of what we could do together. I’m going to work hard this winter to bounce back in 2021. I remain open to different projects, whether they are in World Supersport or Endurance. Thanks to Christophe Guyot for giving me my chance, thanks to the whole team for their work, and I hope to see you soon! »

Christophe Guyot : “I would like to sincerely thank Corentin for what he has done here. Without him, the Supersport project could have ended in 2018. He has enabled us to be among the top teams in the World Supersport championship today. I think it may be beneficial for him to discover a new structure that will allow him to further develop his motorbike racing experience. I will accompany him in his search as best I can and will not hesitate to underline his multiple qualities. »

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