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  1. Going from strength to strength aboard his WR450F Rally machine, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team rider Franco Caimi secured an impressive third place result in a shortened stage two at the Atacama Rally 2017. Earning fifth on stage two, Franco's teammate Xavier de Soultrait is currently third in the rally's provisional overall standings.
  2. Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Romain Febvre and Jeremy Van Horebeek are taking some amazing memories into the sixteenth round of the FIM Motocross World Championship, that will take place on the marble-like clay of Uddevalla, Sweden, this weekend. Both YZ450FM riders topped the podium at the tracks most recent round of MXGP - which took place back in 2015 - with Febvre dominating the Grand Prix with a 1-1 result for his fourth consecutive overall victory of that season, while Van Horebeek went 2-5 for second place.
  3. Successfully overcoming the challenges of a long and demanding stage three at this year's Atacama Rally, Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team rider Xavier de Soultrait is currently placed fourth in the rally's provisional overall standings with two stages to go.
  4. The Yamaha Factory Racing Team of Alex Lowes, Michael van der Mark, and Katsuyuki Nakasuga completed a historic hat-trick of wins at the Suzuka 8 Hours this year after dominating the legendary endurance race. Not only did they win by over a lap, but they qualified on pole and smashed the lap record during the race by over a second. It was also the third time that van der Mark had tasted victory at Suzuka but his first with Yamaha, so yamaha-racing.com caught up with the 24-year-old Dutch rider to find out what went on behind the scenes during their epic win.
  5. The Pata Yamaha Official STK1000 Team are looking forward to resuming their challenge for the 2017 FIM Superstock European Championship this weekend at the Lausitzring, round six of the season. Florian Marino currently occupies third in the championship standings as the season resumes after its summer break, just 23-points behind the leader. His teammate Roberto Tamburini is just 11 points further back in fourth and after a positive two-day test at the track during the break, both riders are determined to get the second half of the season of to the best possible start.