The GMT94 Yamaha team built their reputation in the demanding FIM Endurance World Championship, where they were the official Yamaha team from 2003 until 2018. During this period the team racked up 17 race wins, 38 podium finishes, 13 pole positions and, most importantly, three world championship titles.
In 2018 the team took on a new challenge, moving paddocks to contest the Supersport World Championship with a single rider set up built around promising French youngster, Corentin Perolari.
For 2019 the team returned with support from Yamaha Motor Europe, expanding to two riders as WorldSSP frontrunner Jules Cluzel joins Perolari, who remained with the team for a second season. Courtesy of Cluzel the team took three podiums and three wins, and finished the season second in the team standings.
In 2020 the team retained their rider line up aboard the R6, and with Cluzel they managed to pick up seven podiums prior to the Frenchman's leg injury, with Perolari also scoring a podium in the opening race. The team would take a further two podiums with Kyle Smith, Cluzel's stand-in, who also took pole position at the team's home round.
For 2021, GMT94 Yamaha endured an unfortunate season, marred by rider injuries. It was a strong end-of-season though for Cluzel, who won four of the last six races, including a superb double in Argentina, seeing him finish fourth in the final standings.
In 2022, the GMT94 Yamaha team scored a best result of second with Cluzel at his home round in France, just a few days after announcing his retirement. The team then announced that they would be stepping up to the FIM Superbike World Championship, running a Yamaha R1 for Lorenzo Baldassarri, while Valentim Debise was called up as the solo entrant for the 2023 WorldSSP championship.