Maxime Berger was a GMT94 rider in 2013. European 600cc champion in 2007 and two-time European 1000cc runner-up, Maxime rode one year alongside David Checa, Matthieu Lagrive and Kenny Foray as a replacement rider. A particularly nice rider, who has ridden for a long time in the WorldSBK championship.
Giovanni Bussei took part in the 2002 Bol d’Or with GMT94. The team finished in 3rd place. A WorldSSP rider for a long time, Giovanni was regularly fighting for the points in the category.
Niccolo Canepa rode for GMT94 from 2016 to 2018. He won the World Endurance Championship in 2017 with David Checa and Mike Di Meglio, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Bol d’Or. WorldSBK Evo runner-up, and 1000cc European Champion, Niccolo even rode one year in 2009 in MotoGP.
Ludovic Cauchi is a French rider born on 24 February 2004. He is the 2021 French Supersport runner-up and competed in the Barcelona WorldSSP race with GMT94 during the 2021 season, replacing the injured Jules Cluzel.
Federico Caricasulo rode for GMT94 in 2021, with a pole position at Estoril, the Italian rider was returning from a WorldSBK season in 2020, and a runner-up World Supersport title in 2019. He is also the Italian Supersport 600cc champion in 2014, and has participated in a few Moto2 World Championship wild cards.
Born on 20 April 1980 in Barcelona (Spain), David Checa has marked the history of GMT94 from 2003 to 2018. A three-time World Champion with the 94 team, David is the rider who took part in the best hours of the GMT94 in Endurance. A multiple winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Bol d’Or, David has one of the most impressive results in the World Endurance Championship.
Jean-François took part in the 1999 Le Mans 24 hours race with GMT94 (4th). French Supersport Champion in 1998, Jean-François has participated in numerous World Endurance races.
William Costes rode for GMT94 from 2002 to 2005. World champion in 2004 with the 94 team, he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2005.
Stéphane Coutelle, participated in the 1999 Bol d’Or with GMT94, winner of the 24h of Spa in 1996, Stéphane has ridden for many years in EWC.
Damian Cudlin is an Australian rider who rode for GMT94 at Suzuka 2010. A Moto2 and MotoGP rider, Damian Cudlin has ridden in a a lot of world championships.
Julien Da Costa rode for GMT94 at the Oschersleben 24 Hours. French 1000cc Stock champion, Julien has been racing in France and in the EWC for a long time.
Valentin Debise is a French motorbike rider born on 12 February 1992 in Albi. He is French Supersport Champion in 2021 and French 125 Champion in 2008. He rode as a replacement for Federico Caricasulo at the end of the 2021 WorldSSP season. A Grand Prix rider when he started out, Valentin exploded in the US Supersport Championship.
Mike Di Meglio rode for GMT94 in 2017 and 2018. As a result, he won the World Endurance Championship title alongside David Checa and Niccolo Canepa. A 125cc World Champion in 2008, Mike made history in French motorbike racing and even rode in MotoGP from 2014 to 2016.
Philippe Dobe was a substitute rider for the 2001 Le Mans 24 hours and for the Oschersleben 24 hours.
A GMT94 rider in 2000 and 2001, Nicolas Dussauge won the GMT94’s first 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2001, and got numerous podiums with the French team.
Florian Ferracci took part in the 1992 Le Mans 24-hour race with the GMT94, in parallel with his participation in the World Superbike Championship.
Riding for GMT94 from 2010 to 2015, Kenny won the 2014 World Endurance Championship alongside David Checa and Mathieu Ginès. French Supersport Champion in 2007, Kenny has since won numerous titles in FSBK.
Italian Superbike champion in 1997, Serafino Foti rode for GMT94 in the 2003 Oscherlsben 24 hours race which he won. He is now the team manager of the official Ducati WorldSBK team.
Riding for GMT94 in 2006, Olivier Four finished runner-up in the French Supersport championship and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans the same year.
Born August 22nd, 1974
Participation in 24H of Le Mans track (with GMT 94).
Gwen Giabbani rode for GMT94 at the 2012 Oschersleben 8 Hours race. An experienced endurance rider, Gwen has been on the World Endurance podium for a long time on Yamaha during the 2000s.
Sébastien Gimbert rode with GMT94 from 2004 (year of the World Championship title) until 2009 (French Superbike Championship title). Multiple winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Bol d’Or, Sébastien Gimbert has also ridden in WorldSSP and WorldSBK with GMT94. A former Grand Prix rider, Sébastien is one of the riders who have marked the history of GMT94.
Riding for GMT94 in 2014 (the year of his second EWC world title) and 2015, Mathieu Ginès has ridden alongside David Checa and Kenny Foray. French Supersport champion in 2008, Mathieu has often been at the front in the EWC and French Championship.
Anthony Gobert replaced the injured David Checa for two rounds of World Supersport with GMT94. Known as one of the greatest talents motorbike racing has ever produced, Anthony impressed on his arrival at GMT94, securing a second row finish at Phillip Island on the team’s debut in the class. Winner of two WorldSBK races in the early 2000s, Gobert has also competed in Grand Prix racing.
Thibaut Gourin spent a season riding for GMT94 in the 600cc French Supersport Championship, as part of a project to support the young French motorbike sport.
Pascal Guigou took part in the 1994 Bol d’Or with the GMT94.
Oscar Gutierrez Iglesias is a Spanish motorbike rider born on 16 July 1999 in Barcelona. He is the 2019 and 2020 Spanish Supersport champion. He competed in the Barcelona round of the WorldSSP (2020) with GMT94 as part of its National Champions Project.
Steve Hislop was a racing legend on the open road, he was also British Superbike champion in 1995 and won 11 Tourist Trophy races. He took pole position at the Oschersleben 24-hour race with the GMT94 in 1999.
Patrick Hobelsberger is a German motorbike rider born on 4 September 1996 in Landau. He is the 2021 German Supersport Champion. He took part in the Most (Czech Republic) round of the WorldSSP (2021) with GMT94. Unfortunately he will retire of the weekend due to injury.
Ludovic Holon took part in the 2003 Le Mans 24 Hours with the GMT94. French Supersport champion in 1999, Ludovic Holon even took part in the World Superbike in 2001.
Igor Jerman took part in the 2003 Le Mans 24 Hours with GMT94. He is the 2002 World Endurance Champion and has been racing in World Superbikes for many years.
Gregory Junod rode for GMT94 in 2013 alongside David Checa and Kenny Foray.
Hervé Lachèze took part in the 1993 Le Mans 24 Hours with GMT94. Hervé climbed the ladder from the French Promosport Cup to the World Endurance Championship.
Four-time world champion in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008, Mathieu Lagrive rode for GMT94 in 2011 and 2012. He won the 8 hours of Doha (Qatar) with the team.
Gregorio Lavilla rode for GMT94 in 2010 in the World Endurance Championship after a British Superbike title in 2005, two Spanish titles in 1994 and multiple years in World Superbikes. Gregorio is now in charge of WorldSBK management.
André Lussiana rode alongside Christophe Guyot in the GMT94 from 1995 to 1998 in the World Endurance Championship.
Lucas Mahias rode for GMT94 in 2014 as a substitute rider in the year of his French Supersport title, and then in 2016 alongside David Checa and Niccolo Canepa. He then went on to become World Supersport Champion in 2017 before moving to WorldSBK.
Stefano Manzi is an Italian rider born on 29 March 1999 in Rimini.
He scored a pole position in Valencia in Moto2 and was a member of the VR46 Academy. He took part in the Jerez round of WorldSSP (2021) as a replacement for Federico Caricasulo.
Jeremy McWilliams took part in the 2006 Le Mans 24 hour test with GMT94. A long-time rider in 500cc and MotoGP, Jeremy even won a race in 250cc GP.
Garry McCoy rode for GMT94 in the 2006 Le Mans 24 Hours, finishing third. Garry impressed with his riding style. He won a race in WorldSBK, and has been on the GP podium several times.
Eric Mizera took part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2004 in the colours of GMT94.
European Moto2 Champion, and then rider in the Moto2 World Championship, Yari Montella joined GMT94 in Portimao in 2021 during a WorldSSP race.
David Morillon took part in the 2001 Bol d’Or in the colours of GMT94. He was French 600 Supersport champion in 2000.
Jean-Yves Mounier took part in the Bol d’Or 1996 under the colours of GMT94. He was several times French Superbike champion, and for a long time official Yamaha rider in Endurance.
David Muscat took part in the Bol d’Or trials in 2000 in the colours of GMT94. He has won 7 titles in a row at national level.
Winner of the 24h of Le Mans, double French Supersport champion, 3rd of the European 500cc Championship, Rachel Nicotte operated as an advisor during the 24h of Oschersleben 1999.
Erwan Nigon rode for GMT94 in 2009. He competed in 125cc and 250cc Grand Prix from 2000 to 2005.
Corentin Perolari joined GMT94 in 2018 as a replacement for Mike Di Meglio and will ride for the Val-de-Marne-based team until the end of 2020. With a podium, a pole position and a handful of top five finishes, Corentin has played a major role in raising the team during its arrival in World Supersport.
Patrick Piot took part in the 200 Miles of Imola in 2002 with the GMT94.
Steve Plater rode for GMT94 in 2007. He has made his mark on road racing, including a win at Macau, as well as the British Superbike Championship.
Frederic Protat rode for GMT94 in the 2000 and 2001 Bol d’Or. He was then French Superbike Champion. He also took part in the 500cc and 250cc Grand Prix in the late 90s.
Martin Renaudin rode for GMT94 in the 2016 French Supersport Championship as part of a project to promote young French talent.
Grand Prix winner in Moto3 in 2012, Louis Rossi competed in the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours with GMT94.
A GMT94 rider from 1998 to 2003, Sébastien Scarnato helped bring the GMT94 team to the forefront of the World Endurance Championship. A rider who has marked the history of the GMT94 alongside Christophe Guyot.
Michel Simeon, father of Xavier Simeon, rode for GMT94 in 1997. A famous Belgian rider, Michel has won numerous titles at national level.
Sanna Simone tested at the Bol d’Or in 2006. He was a WorldSSP rider at the same time and was fresh from the 125cc GPs.
Kyle Smith has replaced Jules Cluzel for the Barcelona and Magny-Cours races in WorldSSP, following the French rider injury in 2020. With two podiums in two rounds, Kyle scored his 8th and 9th podiums in his World Supersport career. 2019 European Supersport Champion, Kyle Smith is one of the riders who have marked the history of World Supersport, notably for his strong results on wet tracks.
Bertrand Stey rode for GMT94 in the 2002 Oschersleben 24 hours, after several participations in WorldSBK and EWC.
Daniel Valle is a Spanish motorbike rider born on 29 September 1999 in Madrid. He is runner-up in the Spanish Supersport championship in 2021. He replaced Federico Caricasulo at the Navarra round in WorldSSP (2021)
Arnaud Van Den Bossche joined the GMT94 in 2001 during the Bol d’Or. At that time he achieved numerous podiums in the 24 hours of Le Mans and the Bol d’Or.
Didier Van Keymeulen joined the GMT94 at the 2006 Bol d’Or. He was just winning the FIM Stocksport World Cup!
Andy Verdoïa is a French motorbike rider, born on 30 October 2002 in Nice. He is the youngest winner of a World Supersport Championship race to date. He rode as a wild-card rider at the Magny-Cours and Barcelona rounds of the WorldSSP (2021).
Alex Vieira won the 1000 km of Carole alongside Christophe Guyot in 1992. He is a famous driver in France and has won many titles at national level as well as many races in the EWC.