Following the announcement of Yamaha Motor Europe's reformed Racing Strategy that will see the Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha MXGP and Monster Energy Kemea Yamaha MX2 take on Factory status in 2020, it is with great pleasure that Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. can confirm that next seasons rider rostrum will consist
Yamaha has formally announced its partnership with Romain Febvre will be drawn to a close at the end of the 2019 MXGP season, leaving the Frenchman looking for a ride.
Febvre has taken his YZ450FM to 27 Grand Prix race wins, 50 Grand Prix podiums, and 12 Grand Prix victories, with
Craig with his new ride
Evergreen Scottish racer Tony Craig will be the fill in 450 rider at Rob Hooper Yamaha until the end of the season.
With injuries ruling out Ryan Houghton for the remainder of the season, and Taylor Hammal out for another four weeks or more, the team are
Catching up with Ben Watson in Indonesia, he may need more surgery to fix the injury.
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
Inching towards the top-three, Monster Energy Wilvo Yamaha MXGP's Arnaud Tonus is in peak form. The 27-year-old Swiss rider has finished on the podium at the last three Grands Prix and is loving every lap he completes on his YZ450F. The number '4' looks forward to lining up in Kegums
We test a DEP exhaust and silencer on a brand new YZ125 and discover hidden bhp.
There’s just something very special about a two-stroke engine and especially a 125 and it's no secret that I'm a massive fan of them. I’ve often been asked where this passion for 125s come from.
Introduced for 2019, the outstanding YZ65 and YZ85 have firmly established themselves as front runners in the important youth MX scene. With their winning performance and class-leading durability, these high-tech 2-strokes offer tomorrow's champions the chance to demonstrate their winning abilities at an early age before they graduate to the YZ125. Having won the
Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team’s Josh Grant will sit out this weekend’s Monster Energy AMA Supercross season finale after injuring his leg and ribs in a training crash Wednesday at the test track in Southern California.
Josh Grand and Justin Barcia
The veteran Supercross racer was brought on board to fill
Not good news for the Yamaha rider, Justin Barcia will miss the final three races of the 2019 Supercross season. His season took off with a great win at A1 but from there, his season took a nose dive.
Hopefully, we will see him back for the outdoors which starts