Travel and prizes to win at Magny Cours

15 August 2023

Race resume

Dear GMT94 club member,

First of all, for people who have purchased a ticket for the Magny Cours event, be aware that registration for the GMT94 club is free.
Instructions for registering can be found …

For the French round of the WorldSBK which takes place from September 8 to 10 on the Magny-Cours circuit, the GMT94 Yamaha and its partners are organizing a draw on SATURDAY SEPT 09 at 6 p.m. on the PADDOCK SHOW stage. You can win one of the following prizes:


-1 trip for 2 people for the WorldSBK event in Jerez (Spain) from October 27 to 29, 2023. Plane / car / 2 nights hotel and meals at the official hospitality free.
-The official IXON-GMT94-YAMAHA combination that Valentin Debise wore during his first wildcard with the GMT94.
-1 France Equipement chain kit
-1 Super Gift Pack KS Tools France
-1 x BS Battery Super Gift Pack
-1  “Lorenzo Baldassarri” drawing by Jessy Velard

-1 “Valentin Debise” drawing by Jessy Velard
-2 Safety Car tour passes on Sunday morning in Magny-Cours
-An official GMT94 YAMAHA softshell
-An official GMT94 YAMAHA polo shirt
-An official GMT94 YAMAHA t-shirt
-5 caps GMT94


Other lots are under discussion with our partners


That is 31 winners who will be drawn for these prizes.

To participate you need:
1) Be registered with Club GMT94
2) Fill out a draw form at the GMT94 tent which will be located next to the GMT94 shop in the village at the following times: Friday September 08 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday September 09 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

We then give you an appointment on Saturday September 10 at 6:00 p.m. for the draw with the entire GMT94 Yamaha team at the paddock show!

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