YAMAHA RACING CALENDAR 2021(ENG)
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The Art of Racing 2021
For over 65 years, Yamaha has continued to bravery charge forward in its racing challenge, creating Kando to countless cheer.
For the 2021 Racing Calendar, we capture the timeless Kando of the racetrack with this journey through Yamaha racing history, featuring the riders that battled at the front of their respective series.
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Below is the introduction of the riders in the sample pictures
January Giacomo Agostini
A legend of the sport with 15 world titles to his name, Agostini joined Yamaha in 1974 and took the 350cc title with a 2-stroke machine he had almost no experience with. The following year, he became Yamaha’s first 500cc World Champion. Even after retiring, he secured numerous achievements as a team manager.
July Doug Henry
At the 1997 Supercross Championship season finale, Henry entered on the YZM400F and clinched the series’ first-ever victory on a 4-stroke machine. On top of that, he won the AMA 250cc Motocross Championship the next year with the production version overturning the then-undisputed belief in the superiority of a 2-stroke’s light weight and power.
August Valentino Rossi
Rossi joined Yamaha in 2004 and rode the YZR-M1 to a stunning victory in the season-opener in South Africa before securing another eight wins to become Yamaha’s first MotoGP World Champion. The Italian is a superstar and Yamaha’s winningest rider, with a record-leading 56 victories and four premier-class titles as of August 2020.
Other featured riders:
Heikki Mikkola, Kenny Roberts, Eddie Lawson, Wayne Rainey, Norifumi Abe, Stefan Everts, Jorge Lorenzo, Maverick Viñales, Fabio Quartararo