Jeremy Seewer is a man of many talents who knows how to get the most from his Yamaha – whether it’s his Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP YZF450FM race bike or a one of Yamaha’s high quality Grand Pianos. As a schoolkid Seewer spent many hours studying the piano, and
The Wilvo Yamaha MXGP duo of Jeremy Seewer and Arnaud Tonus hit the tough Lommel circuit in Belgium as the countdown to the 2020 season starts in earnest.
Less than one week after the action-packed Latvian Grand Prix that saw Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre and Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha MXGP's Arnaud Tonus miss the top step of the podium despite tying on points for the victory, the duo will chase their first wins of the
The factory Yamahas that Romain Febvre and Jeremy Seewer will be manning during the 2019 MXGP season have just been unveiled. Take a look at the the 2019 Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP machines.
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's debutant Jeremy Seewer got the next chapter in his MXGP career off to a positive start in Sugo, Japan, with a silver medal performance at the final round of the 2018 All Japan Motocross Championship.
Mixed weather conditions hampered Saturday's schedule with heavy rainfall in the
Jeremy Seewer has been drafted into the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team for 2019 and is set to make his debut as a 'Factory' rider this weekend at the final round of the All Japan Motocross Championship taking at Sportsland Sugo in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, on October 28th.
Jeremy Seewer has been drafted into to the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team where he will campaign a YZ450FM alongside the former MXGP World Champion Romain Febvre inside the 2019 FIM MXGP World Championship, replacing Jeremy Van Horebeek who is still without a ride.
Former two-time MX2 vice World Champion
Jeremy Seewer will join Shaun Simpson and Arnaud Tonus to complete a strong three-man line-up for Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP in the 2018 MXGP series.
After four successful seasons in MX2 where he has led a total of 110 laps, won a total of fourteen races - a figure that includes
The rumoured move of Jeremy Seewer to Wilvo Yamaha's MXGP team looks stronger than ever after the squad announced it's being backed by clothing firm iXS in a new three-year deal.
Seewer, without a ride since Suzuki axed its MXGP team recently, has been linked with a Wilvo Yamaha ride alongside Shaun
Suzuki has finally officially confirmed it is to pull its factory teams out of the world championship MXGP and MX2 classes and the All-Japan series. And as it will also no longer have an official factory team in the USA, replaced by the private JGR effort, it means there will