A beautiful 3rd round of the FSBK

30 May 2022

Lédenon - France

Race resume

This weekend was the 3rd round of the French Superbike Championship on the Lédenon circuit (France). In 2022, the GMT94 supports thirteen young people in this competition through its partners. France Equipement, GB Racing, the Mutuelle des Motards, BS Battery, Tecnoglobe and the FFM are all involved with the young riders followed by the Val-de-Marne team.

In the Superbike category, Martin Renaudin continued his impressive progression. The rider of the Yamaha R1 #75 took the pole position in front of Valentin Debise, during both races. He also climbed on his first scratch podium in race 1, and got a 4th place in race 2 fighting for the second position. Congratulations Martin.

Valentin Debise won race 2, after a crash in race 1. He also managed to win both races in the Supersport class, after a nice battle with Matthieu Gregorio. Enzo De La Vega, also supported by the GMT94, climbed twice on the third step of the podium in the Supersport category.

Loic Arbel finished fourth twice, his first weekend without a podium. He crossed the finish line twice just ahead of Johan Gimbert who confirms his progression since the beginning of the season.

Congratulations also to Bartholomé Perrin, Lilian Di Lorenzo, Luca Cersosimo, Matéo Pédeneau and Hugo Robert who continue to gain experience. Unfortunately for Vincent Falcone and Lyvann Luchel, they could not participate in this round.

In Supersport 300, Justine Pédemonte realized a very good weekend by finishing twice fourth. The young Yamaha rider is getting closer and closer to the podium!

See you from now on from June 17th to 19th on the circuit of Pau for the 4th round of the French Superbike Championship!

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