The GMT94 Yamaha sport’s season starts this weekend !

22 February 2019

Race resume

It is in Australia, on the Phillip Island circuit, that the WorldSSP / WSBK World Championship will open the 2019 World Speed Season.

After a consistent progression in 2018, the young Corentin PEROLARI will ride the Yamaha R6 number “94”.

Jules CLUZEL, triple runner-up champion in the category, has joined the Val-de-Marnais team and will be riding the Yamaha R6 number “16”.

Christophe Guyot: “We are starting with great ambitions for the 2019 world championship. Competition will be tough, like every season in WorldSSP, but we will do everything to be among the favorites for the rider world champion and team champion titles.

Corentin Perolari: “I’m going to start my first full season in the world championship, it was my dream. GMT94 took me in. It’s unbelievable for me. I’ll give everything to keep going on my progression and to fight with the best riders.

Jules Cluzel: “I’m happy to join the GMT94 Yamaha team. A team that never lets go of anything. I know they will be behind me to achieve my goal of being world champion.

 

The press kit of the team is available by clicking here.

The race will be broadcasted live on Eurosport. 

Broadcast live streaming on https://www.motorsport.tv/ accessible by monthly subscription (€ 3.50) or annual (€ 33.99).
 
By Marie Guyot

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