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Randy de Puniet
Born 14 February 1981 in Andresy, France.

At 42, Randy de Puniet hasn't lost any of his passion for motocycle racing. For a long time, the Parisian was the leading French rider in Grand Prix. He arrived in the world championship in 1999 in the 125 class, distinguished himself in the 250 class by taking five victories and by reaching third place overall in 2004. Moving to MotoGP with the official Kawasaki team, De Puniet got onto the podium in Japan in 2007. He then raced with LCR Honda for three years before extending his career with Ducati and finally with the ART of team Aspar. He continued his career in Superbikes while participating in the development of the new Suzuki MotoGP machine. In 2016, Randy made a successful transition to endurance racing with the Kawasaki SRC team, finishing second in the Bol d'Or and scoring podiums again the following season at Le Mans and Suzuka. After a season with the Ducati team and another with Pierre Chapuis' Moto Ain structure, Randy de Puniet returned to the Kawasaki SRC team in 2022. Ryuji Tsuruta is obviously counting on his experience to guide his two new team-mates.


  • 5 victories in GP 250

  • 2 podiums in MotoGP

  • 1 French 125 championship title

  • 3 podiums in EWC (Le Mans, Bol d'Or and Suzuka)

Kazuki Watanabe
Born on 2 October 1990 in Yamanashi, Japan

Kazuki Watanabe, 32, is a regular participant in the Japanese Superbike championship. In 2009 he was invited to compete in the Japanese Grand Prix as a wild card rider and scored his first two world championship points. The following season, he took part in four more Grands Prix in the Moto2 class. In 2017, the Yamanashi rider competed in World Supersport on a Kawasaki, finishing 20th after scoring points on five occasions. More recently, Kazuki Watanabe made his mark at the Suzuka Eight Hour race with the Yoshimura SERT Suzuki team. Last year, he even took part in a MotoGP race at Misano as a substitute for Joan Mir.


  • 2012 Japanese GP2 Champion

Christophe Ponsson

Born on 23 December 1995 in Lyon, France

After his first laps in 2009 aboard a 250 Kawasaki, Christophe Ponsson quickly moved to the 600 Superstock class with a Yamaha YZF-R6. It is in this discipline that he made his international debut by entering the European Cup in 2011. He scored his first points before moving on to the Superstock 1000 class aboard a Kawasaki. This was followed by the Spanish Superbike championship and the British championship. In 2015, at only 19 years old, he made his debut in World Superbike with the Grillini team. He posted his best result with an eleventh place at the end of the season. He then moved down to Superstock 1000 with the Pedercini team, racing again in Spain before returning to the World Superbike championship in 2020. Injured last year while rapidly improving, Christophe Ponsson will discovers this year the EWC with Randy de Puniet, who has been advising him now for several seasons.

The moto : Ninja ZX-10R


Engine info

Other info

Displacement : 998 cc

Power : 210 hp

6-speed transmission

Aluminum perimeter frame

Suspensions Öhlins

AKRAPOVIC Titanium exhaust system

Dry weight : 174 kg

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