Van Beveren And Yamaha Finish Third In Dakar Rally's Penultimate Stage

Van Beveren And Yamaha Finish Third In Dakar Rally's Penultimate StageUpdated: Putting in a great fight today in the mountains of Argentina, Adrien Van Beveren claimed a strong third place result during the 2017 Dakar Rally's penultimate stage. Currently fourth in the rally's provisional overall standings, the Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team rider is determined to give his all to bring Yamaha on the rally's final podium.

Yamaha Set To Fight For The Overall Podium During Dakar Rally's Final Two Stages

Yamaha Set To Fight For The Overall Podium During Dakar Rally's Final Two StagesBattling his way through an extremely technical and challenging stage 10 of this year's Dakar Rally, Adrien Van Beveren currently finds himself fourth in the rally's overall standings. With two stages left to be contested the Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team rider is now three minutes behind a provisional top three overall result.

Yamaha Ready To Battle For Top Honours As Dakar Rally Enters Its Home Stretch

Yamaha Ready To Battle For Top Honours As Dakar Rally Enters Its Home StretchWith three stages remaining in this year's Dakar Rally, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team's Adrien Van Beveren is currently holding on to a strong third in the rally's provisional overall standings with Yamaha France supported Xavier de Soultrait following in sixth. Ready to enter the rally's home stretch the two Frenchmen together with Hélder Rodrigues will continue their battle to bring Yamaha as close as possible to the top step of the final podium.

Third And Sixth For Yamaha Riders After Marathon Stage At Dakar Rally 2017

Third And Sixth For Yamaha Riders After Marathon Stage At Dakar Rally 2017With poor weather conditions playing a major part in today's stage eight of the 2017 Dakar Rally, the duo of Yamaha Racing's Adrien Van Beveren and Xavier de Soultrait reached the end of the two-day-long marathon stage retaining their strong third and sixth positions respectively in the rally's provisional overall rankings. Joined at the finish of today's stage by Hélder Rodrigues, the trio of Yamaha riders will continue pushing for even better results in the remaining stages of this year's Dakar Rally.

Yamaha Riders Successfully Complete First Half Of Dakar 2017 Marathon Stage

Yamaha Riders Successfully Complete First Half Of Dakar 2017 Marathon StageAt the end of another long day of racing at this year's Dakar Rally, Adrien Van Beveren, Xavier de Soultrait and Hélder Rodrigues have made it to the end of the first half of marathon stage retaining their positions in the provisional overall standings. With Adrien still third, Xavier sixth and Hélder 13th overall, the Yamaha Racing riders will spend the night away from their support crew at the Uyuni bivouac, before setting off to complete the second half of the two-day marathon stage tomorrow in Salta.

Yamaha Riders All Set For Second Week Of Competition At Dakar Rally 2017

Yamaha Riders All Set For Second Week Of Competition At Dakar Rally 2017Making the most of their day off in La Paz and enjoying some much-needed rest and recuperation, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team duo of Adrien Van Beveren and Hélder Rodrigues, along with Yamaha France supported Xavier de Soultrait, are now geared up and ready for the second week of competition at the 2017 Dakar Rally. With Adrien and Xavier provisionally third and sixth overall respectively and Hélder just outside the top 10, all three riders will continue their battle to bring Yamaha even closer to the top during their second week of racing in South America.

Yamaha Racing Trio Successfully Reach Dakar Rally's Halfway Mark In La Paz

Yamaha Racing Trio Successfully Reach Dakar Rally's Halfway Mark In La PazWith bad weather forcing Dakar Rally organisers to cancel today's stage six, the Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team's duo of Adrien Van Beveren and Hélder Rodrigues, along with Yamaha France supported Xavier de Soultrait, have successfully reached the city of La Paz and are all looking forward to tomorrow's Rest Day in the Bolivian capital. Following a long and challenging week of racing in South America, Van Beveren holds on to an impressive third place, de Soultrait is sixth and Rodrigues currently 13th in the rally's provisional overall standings.

Lexus Prepares For Rolex 24 At Daytona Race Later This Month

Lexus Prepares for Rolex 24 at Daytona Race Later This MonthLexus continues to test their new RC F GT3 race cars in preparation for the Rolex 24 at Daytona later this month:
“It’s great to see the Lexus RC F GT3 back at Daytona,” said Mark Egger, Lexus motorsports manager. “We’ve made progress and we’re still learning the race car and this is a valuable opportunity for our team to see how the Lexus performs at Daytona in advance of the Rolex 24.

Van Beveren Takes Yamaha Inside The Top Three At Dakar Rally 2017

Van Beveren Takes Yamaha Inside The Top Three At Dakar Rally 2017Putting in a convincing stage five performance, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team's Adrien Van Beveren managed to earn a spot inside the top three in the 2017 Dakar Rally's provisional overall standings. Living up to the challenges of a demanding stage in the Bolivian uplands, Xavier de Soultrait and Hélder Rodrigues both finished the stage without problems and are provisionally placed sixth and 13th overall respectively.

Two Yamahas Inside The Top 10 After Dakar Rally's Stage Four

Two Yamahas Inside The Top 10 After Dakar Rally's Stage FourBattling their way through another gruelling day of racing in South America, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team's Adrien Van Beveren and Yamaha supported Xavier de Soultrait are both placed inside the top 10 of the Dakar Rally's provisional overall standings after stage four of the event. Enjoying his best stage performance so far, WR450F Rally mounted Hélder Rodrigues is now within striking distance of the overall top 10.

Yamaha: Van Beveren Goes Into Attack Mode During Stage Three At Dakar Rally

Yamaha: Van Beveren Goes Into Attack Mode During Stage Three At Dakar RallyEnjoying a highly positive third day of competition at the 2017 Dakar Rally, Adrien Van Beveren moved closer to the top of the general standings where he's now provisionally placed sixth overall. Continuing their strong runs all three of Adrien's Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team partners along with WR450F mounted Xavier de Soultrait finished stage three without problems and are still in the battle for top honours at this year's event.

Kawasaki: Twisted Knee Side-lines Searle

Kawasaki: Twisted knee side-lines SearleKawasaki MXGP and current UK MX1 Champion, Tommy Searle, took an unlucky tumble in pre-season training at Glen Helen in the USA recently.
Catching his foot in a rut while riding his 2017 KX450-F, the 26 year old Team Green rider underwent corrective surgery to the muscle tissue in the lateral area of his right knee under the direction of a specialist motorsports surgeon very soon after the accident.

Yamaha Riders Battle Through Challenging Stage Two At Dakar Rally 2017

Yamaha Riders Battle Through Challenging Stage Two At Dakar Rally 2017Successfully overcoming the challenges of a long and gruelling stage two at the 2017 Dakar Rally, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team's Hélder Rodrigues, Adrien Van Beveren, Alessandro Botturi and Rodney Faggotter remain well in contention for top honours at this year's event. Following a well-calculated plan of attack, WR450F mounted Xavier de Soultrait was the best placed Yamaha rider claiming an impressive third place result on today's stage two.

Impressive Start For Yamaha Racing At Dakar Rally 2017

Impressive Start For Yamaha Racing At Dakar Rally 2017The 2017 Dakar Rally got underway today in South America with all four Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team riders reaching the finish of its opening stage without any problems. Posting the fastest time during the day's short special, Frenchman Xavier de Soultrait was later hit with a one minute penalty that dropped the WR450F mounted rider to 10th overall.