Perfect day for GMT94!

16 October 2021

San Juan - Argentina

Race resume

In this morning’s Superpole at the San Juan circuit (Argentina), Jules Cluzel took pole position three tenths ahead of his rivals. Jules did not stop during the session, and set a series of fast laps on the same set of tires. A performance that no other rider has achieved during the year.
Valentin Debise finished the session in 6th place, just one tenth of a second place. The GMT94 team had reason to be confident for race 1.

Right from the start, Jules Cluzel took the lead and increased his gap on his opponents. Without ever being worried, the rider from Montluçon won the race with almost five seconds of advance on the second.
Valentin Debise hadn’t a good start start. Fighting for the top 5, the rider from Albi finished 6th, just behind the two leaders of the World Supersport Championship.

Christophe Guyot: “Jules Cluzel has had an imperial weekend so far. With the pole position, the absolute lap record, the race lap record and the victory, he shows all his potential, as well as the one of his Yamaha R6. Valentin Debise finished just behind Aegerter and Odendaal, on a circuit he was discovering. He had a very interesting pace, which will be important to follow tomorrow in race 2.

See you this Sunday at 13:30 (local time) for Race 2 of the WorldSSP at the San Juan circuit (Argentina).

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