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Loris Baz

Loris Baz

A veteran at just 27 years-old, Frenchman Loris Baz has competed in multiple series including BSB, WorldSBK and MotoGP. Champion in the 2008 European Superstock 600 series, Loris moved to the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup for 2009/2010, closing both seasons in 8th position. In 2011 he finished second overall in the European Championship Superstock 1000 and he took part in seven races of the British Superbike Championship.
 
In 2012 he continued in the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup, but midseason he made his WorldSBK debut when he replaced an injured rider.
 
In 2013 Loris was confirmed as an official rider in Superbike World Championship, finishing the season in eighth and winning the Bol d'or the same year. He followed this up in 2014 by finishing fifth overall in the Superbike World Championship, continuing in the series for 2015.
 
In 2016 Loris graduated to MotoGP, racing in the premier class for two years before returning to WorldSBK in 2018.
 
In 2019 he was chosen as the sole rider for the newly-formed Ten Kate Yamaha WorldSBK Supported Team, which entered the 2019 season part way through at round five in Jerez. Despite a late start Loris was able to record ten top ten finishes and ended the year a remarkable tenth place overall.
 
2020 will see Loris continue aboard the Ten Kate Yamaha WorldSBK Supported Team R1, where he looks to build on his impressive 2019 form and challenge for more points finishes and the podium.