Thank you Jules !

20 November 2022

Phillip Island - Australie

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Australia 2022. After 23 podiums and 7 victories with the GMT94, Jules takes a well deserved retirement. It is in Australia, in 2019 that Jules realized his first race and his first podium for the French team. Since his arrival in World Supersport in 2011, his record is impressive: 3 times world champion runner up, 64 podiums and 25 victories make him one of the most successful French rider in the history of our sport. THANK YOU JULES for taking the GMT94 to the top of the podiums. THANK YOU JULES for having given us the impetus to go for the World Superbike. THANK YOU JULES for all your emotions. You will remain forever in the history of GMT94!

Indeed, Jules has been one of the great architects of the GMT94 Yamaha’s success in WSSP, and undoubtedly participated in the team’s arrival in the premier class in 2023. This last round was marked by great emotion. Toprak Razgatlioglu, Troy Corser, Troy Bayliss, Loris Baz, Can Oncu, Paul Denning, Filippo Conti and dozens of others from the Superbike paddock came to congratulate Jules before and after the race. The team dressed up its Yamaha R6 GMT94 with a new fairing to celebrate the occasion. Thanks again Jules!

CLUZEL Jules FRA GMT94 Yamaha Yamaha YZF R6 Supersport WSBK Australia (Circuit Phillip Island) 18-20.11.2022 photo: PSP @photopsp_lukasz_swiderek

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