7th position of Corentin Perolari, crash for Jules Cluzel.

6 September 2020

Aragon - Spain

Race resume

After a very good start, Jules Cluzel led the race for two laps, before an opponent became too optimistic and collided with the GMT94 rider at the beginning of the third lap. Jules is currently being checked, we will give news about him as soon as possible. For the doctor on the track, the left tibia seems to be broken…

Corentin Perolari, who has also made a superb start, has regained some confidence in slightly cooler conditions than yesterday. In the battle in the podium group with five riders, he finished 7th. The #94 rider was able to race faster than yesterday’s race and achieved one of his best races of the year, congratulations to him!

Corentin Perolari: “From the warm-up lap I felt I was going to be strong. The warm-up went very well, so I started the race with confidence. I fought well and took precious points for the rider and team championship. I wish Jules a good recovery, he really doesn’t deserve what happened to him. »

Christophe Guyot: “This weekend has been ruined today . Jules really couldn’t do anything to avoid the collision. We will give some news about him as soon as possible.  I would like also to congratulate Corentin, he has done a splendid race, with impressives overtakes. »

The whole GMT94 team wishes a good recovery to Jules, we are all behind him to see him back on his bike.

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