Evan Bros Racing Team

Evan Bros Racing Team is the natural evolution of a passion born in 1959 and now on track in the Supersport world championship.

Our history

Next race: UK Round

12 - 14 Jul

Valentin Debise

Date of birth: 12-02-1992
Place of birth: Albi, France
Nationality: French
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First SSP race: Assen 2012
First SSP podium: Magny - Cours 2023
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Debise can boast five years' experience in the MotoGP paddock, having raced in 125, 250 and Moto2 between 2007 and 2011, gaining points and major satisfaction in the quarter-liter class. In 2012 he made his debut in Supersport, scoring his first points in the third race, and then took part in a few rounds of the following two seasons. His return to the SBK paddock took place in 2020, when he made his debut in Superbike, scoring two valuable points. Between 2021 and 2022 he was the absolute star of the French championship: involved in both the SBK and SSP classes, he was able to conquer two Supersport titles and two second places in Superbike. These results allowed him to make a permanent return to the Supersport World Championship in 2023, where on a Yamaha YZF-R6 he was able to reach the podium twice, finishing the season in fifth place.

Ana Carrasco

Date of birth: 10-03-1997
Place of birth: Murcia, Spain
Nationality: Spanish
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WCR debut: Misano 2024
First WCR podium: Misano 2024
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Ana Carrasco is without a doubt the girl who has written the most important pages in the history of women's motorcycling. Born in Murcia in 1997, she began racing on minibikes at the age of 3, immediately achieving outstanding results, before becoming in 2011 the first female rider capable of scoring points in the Junior GP. In 2013, she debuted in the Moto3 World Championship: in her debut season, she showed constant signs of growth, so much so that she achieved her best finish - 8th - in the last GP of the season. She remained in Moto3 for another 2 seasons, before joining Supersport300 in 2017. Here Ana entered the legend, becoming in 2018 the first woman capable of winning a world motorcycling title. As reigning champion, she finished third in the 2019 season, while in 2020 her season was marred by the fracture of two vertebrae during a test. In 2022 she returned to Moto3, where she stayed the following year. Now a new adventure begins for Ana in the first women's world championship, where she aims to be one of the riders to beat.