Victory of Jules Cluzel, great p4 for Corentin Perolari !

13 October 2019

San Juan - Argentina

Race resume

At the top of the timesheet from Friday to Sunday, the GMT94 signed its best weekend in Argentina in the World Supersport Championship !

While Corentin started perfectly from pole position, he took the lead just ahead of his teammate. The two GMT94 riders quickly created a gap, which allowed Jules Cluzel to fly away to victory without ever being worried. Imperial, Jules Cluzel wins his third victory this year!

Corentin had a lot to do. In the battle for the podium, Corentin fought every lap, without respite. After unexpected overtaking, he finished ahead of the top two in the World Championship, allowing Jules to remain in the race for the world crown.

Jules Cluzel: “I did a solid race, without making any mistakes. I set a pace in 42-43 from the first to the last lap. I finished the race almost 3 seconds ahead of the 2nd, which is great for the last race in Qatar. I would also like to thank the team that did a great job throughout the weekend. »

Corentin Perolari: “I learned a lot during this race that I spent alongside the best in the category. I missed my gear selector on three corners, which relegated me to a few tenths of the podium, even though my pace would have allowed me to hold on to it. I am achieving the best result of my career, and I hope to be able to aim for the top 3 again in Qatar! »

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