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Thomas Chareyre wins second round of French championship in Juvaincourt

Last weekend the second round of the 2017 FFM French Supermoto championship was held at the racetrack of Juvaincourt. With a fastest time in the chrono session and two dominant race wins, defending French champion Team TC4 rider Thomas Chareyre took the victory in the S1 class. The young French LUC1 Motorsport rider Laurent Fath took second place overall with two second places in the races in front of his teammate at LUC1 Sylvain Bidart. In the S2 class the victory was for Yamaha rider Adrien Goguet with a second and first place.

The next race in the 2017 French Supermoto championship is on 10 and 11th of June at the legendary racetrack of Loheac.

Results Race 1 Juvaincourt – S1 class

  1. Thomas Chareyre, TM
  2. Laurent Fath, Honda
  3. Sylvain Bidart, Honda
  4. Nicolas Cousin, Kawasaki
  5. Sylvain Dabert, KTM
  6. Rodrig Thain, Yamaha
  7. Jean-Charles Decabooter, Honda
  8. Vivian Dabert, Honda
  9. Andreas Valverde, Honda
  10. Sebastien Pidoux, Yamaha

Results Race 2 Juvaincourt – S1 class

  1. Thomas Chareyre, TM
  2. Laurent Fath, Honda
  3. Sylvain Bidart, Honda
  4. Nicolas Cousin, Kawasaki
  5. Jean-Charles Decabooter, Honda
  6. Sylvain Dabert, KTM
  7. Florian Catrice, TM
  8. Vivian Dabert, Honda
  9. Andreas Valverde, Honda
  10. Lewis Cornish, TM

Overall results S1 class at Juvaincourt

  1. Thomas Chareyre, 50 points (25+25)
  2. Laurent Fath, 44 points (22+22)
  3. Sylvain Bidart, 40 points (20+20)
  4. Nicolas Cousin, 36 points (18+18)
  5. Sylvain Dabert, 31 points (16+15)
  6. Jean-Charles Decabooter, 30 points (14+16)

S1 FFM French Supermoto Championship standings (after Juvaincourt)

  1. Thomas Chareyre, 150 points
  2. Laurent Fath, 128 points
  3. Sylvain Bidart, 124 points
  4. Nicolas Cousin, 108 points
  5. Sylvain Dabert, 78 points
  6. Lewis Cornish, 68 points

All results can be found at http://www.supermotard-france.fr/resultats/2017/

Photo: Championnat de France Supermotard FFM / Steph LeGrand

 

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