NEWS

After a fine 5th place in race 1, Valentin Debise set off in race 2 with his sights set on the podium. Starting from fourth position, the rider of the number 94 Yamaha R6 soon found himself in trouble with a bike that was losing power. Valentin decided to stop, also complaining of a tricky throttle response. Of course, all the observers could notice the drop in engine performance on […]

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End of the weekend on the Portimão circuit in Portugal. In Supersport, Valentin Debise, who started on the 2nd row, made a good start by moving up to 4th place. But quickly, the driver of the “94” was overtaken by several competitors and after a few laps, the French driver stopped complaining of a lack of power from his Yamaha R6. We are really sorry for him because Valentin achieved […]

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In the World Supersport Championship, the Aragon circuit was not the easiest for Valentin Debise and his Yamaha R6. Less dominant than at Magny Cours, the French rider also had to contend with 950cc / 765cc and 800cc machines with faster acceleration and top speed on the very fast Aragon circuit. However, Ten Kate rider Stéfano Manzi showed that a 600cc Yamaha could take advantage of a very agile chassis […]

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13 September 2023
Race resume

Magny-Cours, prize draw: The winners

Hugo Camus, President of the GMT94 Club, together with Audrey Laurent, Judes Asaph, Gregory Asaph, Eric Lacoste and Laurent Allamanche, had organised events for the hundreds of GMT94 Club members who had booked their place to visit the stand, the official Yamaha hospitality, and to win a trip to the World Championship final in Jerez (Spain) as well as numerous prizes. Thank you to all the supporters! Congratulations to the […]

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10 September 2023
Race resume

A superb weekend at Magny-Cours

After claiming his first World Supersport podium the day before, Valentin Debise had no intention of stopping there. In Race 2 on Sunday, the #94 rider made his ambitions clear from the outset. Ranking third on the first lap, the Frenchman immediately set an impressive pace aboard his Yamaha YZF-R6. After overtaking Raffaele De Rosa, Valentin Debise made up ground on Nicolò Bulega. The GMT94 Yamaha rider put the pressure […]

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The day in the Nièvre region couldn’t have got off to a better start for Valentin Debise, who rode his GMT94 Yamaha R6 to his first front-row qualifying position of the season. In the race, the number 94 rider found himself in 5th place at the first corner.After a few laps, he gradually worked his way back up to 4th and then 3rd, taking the track record ( 1.40.928 ) […]

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“For the first time this season, we’re really happy this Friday, as Valentin Debise finished first in the free practice sessions held here at Magny-Cours. These sessions are very important because tomorrow, Saturday, we’ll go straight into qualifying.Valentin was P1 this morning in FP1, then P2 this afternoon in FP2, because he tried a set-up that was perhaps less well suited, but he remains the best rider of the day […]

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7 September 2023
Events

WorldSBK Magny-Cours, the program!

The World Superbike Championship makes its French stopover this weekend at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-cours. An event eagerly awaited by speed enthusiasts and GMT94 Yamaha club members alike. The 3-day event will feature action on track from Lorenzo Baldassarri (Yamaha R1), Valentin Debise (Yamaha R6) and Johan Gimbert (Wild Card), all of whom intend to fly the flag for the Val de Marnaise team. For this great motorcycle festival, […]

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On the occasion of the French round of the WorldSBK, which takes place from September 8 to 10 on the Magny-Cours circuit, GMT94 Yamaha and its partners are organizing a prize draw on SATURDAY SEPT 09 at 6pm on the PADDOCK SHOW stage. You could win one of the following prizes: -1 trip for 2 to the WorldSBK event in Jerez (Spain) from October 27 to 29, 2023. Plane / […]

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Valentin Debise will be present for the Paris round of the French Championship at Circuit Carole. You’d have to go back 16 years to see a rider active in the World Championship join the ranks of the French Championship. It’s a reminder of the great days when Christian Sarron (250 World Champion and GP 500 rider), Alex Viera (multiple Endurance World Champion) Adrien Morillas (Endurance World Champion) and Alexis Masbou […]

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