Yamaha: Persson Climbs To Second In Enduro Junior Championship Standings

Yamaha: Persson Climbs To Second In Enduro Junior Championship StandingsEnjoying a highly successful outing in Puerto Lumbreras, Johansson Yamaha Junior Enduro Team rider Mikael Persson wrapped up round two of the Enduro Junior World Championship claiming two top three results at the GP of Spain. Collecting 42 points the young Swede moves up to second in the class' points standings.

Toyota: Bates Looking Forward To Act Rally

Bates Looking Forward to Act RallyToyota Genuine Parts driver Harry Bates will look to fight back in his 'home' round of the Australian Rally Championship (ARC) in the national capital next month.
Bates won the opening round in Victoria, but two tyre punctures and mechanical problems in Sunday's Heat 2 of the Forest Rally in Western Australia have seen the Corolla driver slip from first to third on points.

Yamaha: Top Five Results For Larrieu At Enduro Gp Of Spain

Yamaha: Top Five Results For Larrieu At EnduroGP Of SpainBattling for the podium throughout round two of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship, Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro Team rider Loïc Larrieu wrapped up the GP of Spain with two strong top five results in the premier EnduroGP class.
Continuing to go from strength-to-strength aboard the latest edition of the WR450F machine, Larrieu showed impressive speed and consistency in the dry and extremely dusty Spanish terrain.

Yamaha: Van Horebeek, Velocity & Valkenswaard Equates To A Podium Finish

Yamaha: Van Horebeek, Velocity & Valkenswaard Equates to a Podium FinishIt was his mastery of the incredibly rough and choppy Dutch sand surface that saw Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Jeremy Van Horebeek stand on the third step of the podium at the sixth round of the FIM Motocross World Championship in Valkenswaard, The Netherlands. Fellow YZ450FM rider Romain Febvre had some positives to take away from the weekend despite only finishing eighth, while Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP's duo of Arnaud Tonus and Shaun Simpson had to accept results that don't reflect their true capabilities - twelfth and fourteenth.

Vernon Wins On Debut At Toyota 86 Racing Series

Vernon Wins on Debut at Toyota 86 Racing SeriesSydney's Jimmy Vernon has taken victory on debut in the Toyota Australia 86 Racing Series, with the 19-year-old prevailing in a frenetic opening race for the 2017 season at the Phillip Island Circuit in Victoria.
Qualifying
Earlier, Canberra's Cameron Hill (Cameron Hill Racing) took the spoils in the season's first qualifying session with a 1m52.6s lap ahead of Synergy Motorsport driver Trent Grubel and Sci-Dleet Hino Racing's Aaron Seton.

Motogp: Assertive Start For Movistar Yamaha In Austin

MotoGP: Assertive Start for Movistar Yamaha in AustinThe Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team showed competitive form on the first day of the Grand Prix of The Americas. Maverick Viñales rode his YZR-M1 to the top of the FP1 time sheet and secured third place in the afternoon session. Valentino Rossi took a little bit more time to get a feel for the Circuit of The Americas (COTA), ultimately wrapping up the day in fourth place in the combined standings.

Yamaha: Fontanesi Set For Mx2 Debut

Yamaha: Fontanesi Set for MX2 DebutKiara Fontanesi will make history this weekend in the sand of Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, as the first ever female to race the FIM MX2 World Championship on Dutch soil. The Italian star will make her MX2 debut as a temporary replacement for the injured Jorge Zaragoza on the Aussio Yamaha Supported team on a YZ250F.

Yamaha: Fontanesi Wins On Home Soil

Yamaha: Fontanesi Wins on Home SoilRoaring Italians watched on as their WMX legend FontaMX Yamaha Official WMX's Kiara Fontanesi capitalized on costly mistakes from Courtney Duncan and Nancy van de Ven to win the second round of the FIM Women's Motocross World Championship onboard her YZ250F.

Kawasaki: Testing Progress For Krt Duo In Portugal

Kawasaki: Testing Progress for KRT Duo in PortugalKawasaki Racing Team pairing Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes got reacquainted with the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve over a two day test that finished on 18th April, with both riders gaining valuable information about the current and future potential of the Ninja ZX-10RR.

Movistar Yamaha Embark On American Adventure

Movistar Yamaha Embark on American AdventureAfter achieving a perfect 1-2 in Argentina just two weeks ago, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team‘s Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi will soon be back in the hot seat of their YZR-M1s as they get the action going at the Circuit Of The Americas (COTA) on Friday.

Kawasaki: Seva Brylyakov Seventh In Italy

Kawasaki: Seva Brylyakov Seventh in ItalySeva Brylyakov confirmed his top ten world ranking with seventh place for Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki in the Trentino round of the FIM World MX2 Motocross Championship in northern Italy.
The Russian achieved his best start of the season so far when rounded turn one of the opening moto in sixth place; he quickly moved forward to fourth for his best result of the season, just eleven seconds behind the winner.

Yamaha: Tonus Hits A Career Milestone

Yamaha: Tonus Hits a Career MilestoneImpressive throttle control and a phenomenal ability to read lines, combined with the undeniable power of a YZ450F, Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP's Arnaud Tonus managed to uncork his first bottle of champagne in the premier class, MXGP. The Swiss sensation was third overall while his Wilvo Yamaha teammate Shaun Simpson recovered from a crash at turn two to finish 1-point shy of the top ten, in eleventh. Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Jeremy Van Horebeek put in a gritty ride for seventh overall despite being under the weather in the days leading in, while his teammate Romain Febvre overcame adversity for thirteenth.