Thomas Chareyre - The 2010 FIM S1 World Champion
Since 2007 Thomas Chareyre always rounded the top five at the end of the season. This year he brought the World Title back to his new squad.
SALOU (SPAIN), 28 November 2010 – Since Thomas Chareyre entered in the FIM S1 World Championship back in 2007, he always rounded the top five at the end of the season. Thomas Chareyre’s bet for a change at the beginning of the 2010 joining 747 Motorsport TM Racing Factory team brought the World Title back to his new squad after Thierry Van Den Bosch won it last year.
Thomas Chareyre started racing the FIM SuperMoto World Championship in the S2 class back in 2004. His first Grand Prix was in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, and he could only finish twelfth, while his current teammate and runner up of the 2010 World Championship Gozzini won the first round of the season.
In 2007 Thomas Chareyre moved to the S1 class and his results improved notoriously finishing third in his first year in the new category and helping his country to be at the top of the podium in the FIM SuperMoto of Nations of that year. Later on he continued showing his potential in the series finishing fourth and second respectively the following years and this 2010 season has been a turning point in his career as he changed his inseparable Husqvarna for his new TM machine.
On board of his new TM Chareyre has conquered the SuperMoto of Nations together with VDB and Grelier and has achieved his maiden World Title, second in a row for the Italian manufacturer.