Yamaha factory rider Davi Millsaps has announced he is to quit racing, following a crash in October where he sustained head injuries. It means he never actually got to race his works YZF450 as he was hurt in the run up to his race debut at the Monster Cup. His
Justin Barcia, Cooper Webb and Davi Millsaps head up the official Monster Yamaha team in the AMA Supercross series, as the manufacturer has revealed details of all its 2018 teams and some cool photos.
“This is a great opportunity for me. I’m really happy to be back with Yamaha again, and
Justin Barcia will fill in for Monster Energy Yamaha's Davi Millsaps for the first six Supercross rounds after Millsaps had surgery last week due to complications with his left elbow that he fractured in early October while practicing for the Monster Energy Cup.
According to Keith McCarty, Motorsports Racing Division Manager
The US factory Yamaha team will be without both its riders for the weekend's Monster Cup in Las vegas as new signing Davi Millsaps fractured his elbow in a crash at a test track at the end of last week. Millsaps was kept in for three days for observation and will
Davi Millsaps is set to replace Chad Reed at the US Yamaha team for 2018, as a raft of teams firm up their line-ups for 2018. Reed, who has been teasing social media by showing pictures of a Yamaha, Honda and KTM with his N0.22 on them, looks set to
KTM supercross ace Davi Millsaps gives a riding lesson in how to corner through rutted turns in this video.
Former US champ Blake Baggett is to team up with Davi Millsaps and Benny Bloss at the American BTO factory KTM team, which has now been rebranded as the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM- WPS squad. They will have factory KTM 450s for Baggett and Millsaps and a 250 for Bloss.