Valentin DEBISE

GMT94 WSSP rider : Valentin Debise

Discover the rider who will represent GMT94 in the Supersport class of the WSBK World Championship.

Valentin DEBISE

Born on February 12, 1992 (Albi-France)

GMT94 rider since 2021


French Supersport Champion.

12 Supersport wins.
9 Superbike wins.

Participation at 2 World Supersport “wild car” (GMT94).

2 races with GMT94 in World Supersport – 2 top 4.
Top 4 at Most (CZECH REPUBLIC).
Top 4 at Magny-Cours (FRANCE).


French Supersport champion.


Vice Champion of France Superbike.


Participated in the American AMA Supersport Championship.

3rd overall in 2017.


Participation in the French Supersport Championship.
Vice-Champion in 2013.


Participation in the World Supersport Championship.
Vice-Champion of the World Endurance Stocksport Championship.


Participation in the Moto2 World GP Championship.


Participation in the 250cc World GP Championship


125cc French Champion.

Valentin's beginnings

Valentin Debise is a pure product of French federal training. Joining the French team in the French Championship in 2008, then in the 250cc Grand Prix, Valentin has since had a long career. Originally from Albi, the GMT94 2023 rider joined the highest level of world speed racing at a very young age. After three seasons in GP, he returned to the French Championship, but this time in the 600cc Supersport class. He finished 2nd in the championship in 2013.

His move to USA

His move to the United States in 2015 was undoubtedly a highlight in Valentin’s career. Fighting for three seasons with international riders like Garrett Gerloff (currently a WSBK rider), Valentin took many victories. He reached the podium several times and even finished 3rd overall in 2017. Upon his return to Europe in 2018, Valentin’s goal is clear: to try again in World Supersport after two attempts in 2012 and 2014.

His arrival at GMT94

He had promised Christophe Guyot on his return from the USA that he would one day join GMT94. That was in 2018. To achieve this Valentin left nothing to chance. He entered the French Championship in two simultaneous categories, Supersport and Superbike. He even gave up his Kawasaki for a Yamaha in 2022. He was called upon several times to replace Jules Cluzel when he was injured in World Supersport. His ability to adapt, his performances, and his joie de vivre have finally convinced. He will therefore ride for the French team in the Supersport category for the 2023 season.

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