After a good Friday, GMT94 Yamaha finished the free practice sessions in 3rd, 5th and 7th place with P.Hobelsberger, V.Debise and J.Cluzel.
After a outstanding FP1, Patrick Hobelsberger surprised the whole WorldSSP paddock by setting the 3rd fastest time of the day with a 1.35.7.
The fifth round of the World Supersport Championship takes place at the Most circuit in Czech Republic. This is the first time in its history that the WorldSBK paddock has moved to the circuit located just an hour from Prague.
This week, Jules Cluzel, Christophe and Rémi Guyot are with the Yamaha ambassadors to accompany the young Yamaha riders engaged in the French championship.
Most - Czech Republic
Wild Card for P.Hobelsberger with GMT94 support at Most!
ick Hobelsberger, current leader of the German Supersport Championship (IDM) will compete in the fifth round of the FIM Supersport World Championship with a GMT94 Yamaha R6.
Most - Czech Republic
Debise to replace Caricasulo at GMT94 Yamaha in Czech Republic
Valentin Debise will replace Federico Caricasulo at GMT94 Yamaha for round six of the FIM Supersport World Championship at Most in the Czech Republic, after the team and Caricasulo parted ways by mutual consent after a disappointing weekend in Assen.
The GMT94 had a difficult weekend at Assen (Netherlands), but gave the maximum to get two fourth places for Jules Cluzel, and an eighth place for Federico Caricasulo.
After a five week break, the GMT94 Yamaha team is at the Assen circuit (Netherlands) for the 4th round of the World Supersport Championship.
This Friday, the current leader of the French Supersport and Superbike Championship, went to the Circuit Carole for a day of tests on the Yamaha R6 GMT94. The aim of this session was to prepare the wild card that the rider from Albi will ride at the French WorldSSP Round in September.
Magny-Cours - France
Valentin Debise wins the wild card in the world championship on the Magny-Cours circuit !
Many French riders have seen their careers launched thanks to the national championship. Let’s mention Sylvain Guintoli, Randy de Puniet, Arnaud Vincent, Jules Cluzel, Christian Sarron or Lucas Mahias, French champion in 2014, then World Supersport champion in 2016 and 2017.