5th and 6th position for GMT94 Yamaha riders

7 April 2019

Aragon - Spain

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Corentin Perolari has been able to finish in 6th position whereas he was fighting in a group of five strong riders. Corentin was consistent, mature and leave Aragon at the 7th place of the World Supersport Championship. 

Regarding Jules Cluzel, the rider of Clermont-Ferrand ended in 5th position, at 3 seconds off the victory. It missed two tenths per lap to be able to fight for the win. Jules leaves the third round at the second place of the championship. GMT94 Yamaha team knows where it’s possible to improve, and is looking forward to the Netherlands for the next race.

Christophe Guyot: “This is the first time since we are in World Supersport Championship that we start a race with cold temperature. Our suspensions setting was not the best for that kind of conditions, but one thing is sure, it will be better in Assen next week!”

Jules Cluzel: “We were able to aim for a better place, however I’m still close to the first place of the championship. We have to work on suspensions and I’m really looking forward to Assen to be able to fight for the podium.”

Corentin Perolari: “This week end was obviously my best one of the season. I feel good on the bike, in the team, and I think being ready to aim for the top 5.”

Next round is in Assen (Netherlands), on April 12th, 13th and 14th live on Eurosport France.

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