Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. has signed an agreement with Dorna Sports to compete in the premier class for five more years
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., and Dorna Sports have announced the extension of their participation in the FIM MotoGP™ World Championship for a further five years, from 2022 to 2026.
In the media debrief of the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 2021 team launch, Yamaha Motor Racing Managing Director Lin Jarvis confirmed Yamaha’s commitment to the MotoGP premier class until 2026, following suit of Honda who confirmed their future last week.
Yamaha started its World Grand Prix racing endeavours in 1961, making this season the Japanese manufacturer’s 60th anniversary. Throughout their contest in MotoGP™, Yamaha has secured a total of 511 Grand Prix wins, 38 Rider World Titles, 37 Manufacturer World Titles, and five Triple Crowns.
The news broke on the afternoon of the factory Yamaha launch, where we saw Fabio Quartararo’s number 20 sported on the front of the factory YZR-M1 for the first time, along the familiar number 12 of Maverick Viñales.
Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP 2021 team launch photos:
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