Lowes Back On The Podium As Pata Yamaha End Season In Sensational Fashion

Lowes Back on the Podium as Pata Yamaha End Season in Sensational FashionThe Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team bounced back in incredible style on Saturday under the floodlights in Qatar at the final round of the 2017 FIM Superbike World Championship, to confirm the progress made this year after their unfortunate double DNF in Race 1. Alex Lowes rode one of his best races of the season to charge from 10th on the grid to third, claiming his fourth podium of 2017 and ensuring he ended the year on a high. Not to be outdone, his teammate Michael van der Mark was also involved in the battle for the podium, just missing out as he crossed the line in fourth behind Lowes, to cap off a season that has seen the Pata Yamaha Team emerge as serious WorldSBK contenders.

Mahias Retakes Championship Lead As Caricasulo Secures Podium At Magny-cours

Mahias retakes Championship Lead as Caricasulo Secures Podium at Magny-CoursIt was an incredibly dramatic race for the GRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team on Sunday in damp conditions at Magny-Cours, round ten of the 2017 FIM Supersport World Championship. Federico Caricasulo stormed to his third podium of the season after battling for the victory the entire race, crossing the line in second just 0.875s behind the winner. His teammate Lucas Mahias mounted a superb comeback after contact with another rider saw him down in 19th at the end of the first lap, with the local hero fighting back superbly to finish in an incredible fourth place and lead the championship standings by nine points.

Sensational Double Podium For Pata Yamaha In Race 2 At Magny-cours

Sensational Double Podium for Pata Yamaha in Race 2 at Magny-CoursThe Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team delivered a stellar performance in Race 2 on Sunday at Magny Cours, round 11 of the 2017 FIM Superbike World Championship. Alex Lowes followed up his superb ride to fifth in the wet Race 1, by charging to an incredible second-place finish to record his third podium of 2017. His teammate Michael van der Mark also put on a brilliant show of riding after an excellent fight with Lowes to secure third place and record the Pata Yamaha team's first double podium in WorldSBK.

Marino Marches Onto The Podium In Stk1000 At Portimao

Marino Marches onto the Podium in STK1000 at PortimaoPata Yamaha Official STK1000 Team's Florian Marino produced a brilliant ride in a red-flagged race at Portimao on Sunday, round seven of the 2017 FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship, to secure his fourth podium of the season and firmly establish himself back in the title fight. His teammate Roberto Tamburini produced another strong performance on his Yamaha YZF-R1M to record his fifth top-six finish of 2017, and cement his fourth place in the championship standings.

Mahias Storms To Podium In Worldssp At Portimao

Mahias Storms to Podium in WorldSSP at PortimaoGRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team's Lucas Mahias was involved in an exhilarating race-long duel with championship rival Kenan Sofuoglu during Sunday at Portimao for round nine of the 2017 FIM Supersport World Championship. The French rider battled with his championship rival up until the chequered flag, just missing out on the race win by 0.080s as he crossed the line in second to record his seventh podium of the season. His teammate Federico Caricasulo had looked strong all weekend but the wrong tyre choice meant he missed out on a possible podium chance, despite this, the Italian fought hard to bring his Yamaha R6 home in seventh place.

Magic Michael Takes Maiden Yamaha Podium In Race 2 At Portimao

Magic Michael takes Maiden Yamaha Podium in Race 2 at PortimaoPata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team's Michael van der Mark stormed to his first podium for Yamaha in sensational fashion at Portimao on Sunday, round ten of the 2017 Superbike World Championship. The Dutch rider started on the front row and put in a super performance to bring his Yamaha R1 home in second place, moving up to sixth in the championship standings in the process. His teammate Alex Lowes was charging his way through the field after starting from tenth on the grid but suffered a highside on lap 8 that left him very battered and bruised, but miraculously he escaped any serious injuries.

A Thrilling Podium Finish For Febvre In Assen

A Thrilling Podium Finish For Febvre in AssenA thrilling podium finish for Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Romain Febvre at the penultimate round of the FIM Motocross World Championship, which took place on the rough and rutty sand of Assen, in The Netherlands. Teammate, Jeremy Van Horebeek bounced back from a spectacular crash in Race 1 to finish fifth-place in the final race of the day.

De Soultrait And Yamaha Secure Podium Result At Desafio Ruta 40

De Soultrait And Yamaha Secure Podium Result At Desafio Ruta 40Bringing the Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team's participation in the penultimate round of the 2017 FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship to a highly positive end, Xavier de Soultrait has secured third overall at the Desafio Ruta 40 Rally. Claiming a third-place result in the event's fifth and last stage, Adrien Van Beveren wrapped up his week-long adventure in Argentina on a high note.

Strong Weekend For Pata Yamaha Sees Tamburini On The Podium In Stk1000 At The Lausitzring

Strong Weekend for Pata Yamaha sees Tamburini on the Podium in STK1000 at the LausitzringThe Pata Yamaha Official STK1000 Team had a great weekend at the Lausitzring for round six of the 2017 FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship. Both riders battled it out at the sharp end in every session and a dramatic finale to Sunday's race saw Roberto Tamburini charge through the field after a tricky start to secure his third podium of the season following a last-lap overtake on his teammate Florian Marino, who crossed the line in fourth.

Mahias Retains Championship Lead With Podium At The Lausitzring

Mahias Retains Championship Lead with Podium at the LausitzringGRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team's Lucas Mahias survived a scare to secure his sixth podium of the season to lead the championship by one point after a red flag ended the race prematurely at the Lausitzring for round eight of the 2017 FIM Supersport World Championship. His teammate Federico Caricasulo was incredibly unlucky as he crashed out of the race while battling for the lead in the incident that led to the red flag.

Febvre Celebrates First Race Win Of 2017 On The Podium

Febvre Celebrates First Race Win of 2017 on The PodiumMonster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Romain Febvre was a beam of light out on a track that is shadowed by a stunning rocky mountain - Uddevalla - as he celebrated his first race win of the season with a bottle of champagne on the second step of the podium. Jeremy Van Horebeek bounced back from an unlucky start to the weekend to finish sixth overall.

Tamburini Delights Home Crowd With Imola Podium

Tamburini Delights Home Crowd with Imola PodiumPata Yamaha Official STK1000 Team rider Roberto Tamburini put on a brilliant display for the passionate Italian fans at Imola as he secured his second podium of the season at round three of the 2017 FIM European Superstock 1000 Championship. The 23-year-old Italian crossed the line in second to the delight of the packed grandstands and now sits third in the championship standings with 43 points. It was an unfortunate day for his teammate Florian Marino, who crashed out of the race while battling for the podium.

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.