Magny-Cours, Day 1 !

26 September 2019

Magny-Cours - France

Race resume

The GMT94 team arrived yesterday, Tuesday, at the Magny-Cours circuit. The installation went very well despite the continuous rain. The boxes and motorcycles are ready!

This weekend promises to be an intense one, full of emotions and experience.

Maximilien Bau will ride, for the second time in World Supersport, but this time within the GMT94 structure, thanks to his wild card obtained following his superb results in the French national championship. Maximilien is the 2019 French Supersport Champion! Surrounded by the Val-de-Marne team and his family, he is ready and determined!

Jules Cluzel and Corentin Perolari will be able to pass on to Maximilien their already great experience of world competition. The two official riders, as generous on and off the track, are busy with their national race while taking care of every detail to get the weekend off to a good start.

We are expecting nearly 3000 people, from Friday to Sunday, between our partners, their families and fans. Thanks to Dorna, La Mutuelle des Motards, and Yamaha, thanks to whom the paddock is open to everyone! Their participation was essential to this great event.

Don’t forget our appointment on Saturday at 4:30 pm on the Paddock Show, with Jules Cluzel, Corentin Perolari, Christophe Guyot and Rémi Guyot. You will have the opportunity to win a trip to Qatar with the plane tickets and hotel included. There will also be a chance to win a GMT94 KSTools handmaid and a Shoei France NXR replica Jules Cluzel helmet!

Join us for this great motorcycle celebration and see you tomorrow for the first Supersport tests at 11:30am!

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