The GMT94 Team in Most, Czech Republic

5 August 2021


Race resume

The fifth round of the World Supersport Championship takes place at the Most circuit in Czech Republic. This is the first time in its history that the WorldSBK paddock has moved to the circuit located just an hour from Prague.

Following the departure of Federico Caricasulo, two new riders join the team alongside Jules Cluzel. The current leader of the French Supersport and Superbike Championship, Valentin Debise, will share the box with Cluzel. Patrick Hobelsberger, leader of the German Supersport Championship, will also ride for GMT94. Both of them know the Most circuit. This is an important fact when the majority of the riders has not been able to test on this track. Patrick even won the two rounds of the German championship on board his Yamaha R6.

As usual, the technical team has set up the whole structure of the team, on a narrow but charming circuit. Everything is ready to start the weekend. Uncertain weather is forecast, which will make the weekend even more spectacular for the fans.

Christophe Guyot : “This race weekend will be great to watch. Jules aim to fight for top positions, as Valentin and Patrick who want to prove their talent. The motorsport fans have two new faces to follow and able to do good results.

FP1 takes place on Friday at 11.25am (local time) and FP2 at 4.00pm.

The Superpole will start at 10.25am on Saturday, Race 1 at 3.15pm and finally Race 2 on Sunday at 12.30pm, to be followed live on Eurosport Player and/or on

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This Sunday in Most (Czech Republic), luck was not on the side of the GMT94 Yamaha riders. In Supersport, Lucas Mahias could have hoped for a good result from 7th on the grid. But the Yamaha 94 rider was unable to avoid a collision with a rival in the first corner, and had to return to the pits prematurely. In Superbike, Phillip Öttl suffered arm pain as early as the […]

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In Supersport, Lucas Mahias, who started from 10th position, was incisive from the very first laps, quickly moving up to 6th position. A position he held for most of the race. Threatened by Marcel Schrötter a few laps from the end, the GMT94 rider had to give up a place, but fought hard right to the end to secure a precious 6th position at the finish line. The French rider […]

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