YAMAHA RACE NEWS

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  1. The Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team concluded a positive preseason at the official two-day Phillip Island test on Tuesday and feel ready for the opening round of the 2018 FIM Superbike World Championship at the same venue this weekend. After impressing in private tests at Portimao and Jerez, the team continued the good work in Australia with hardly anything to separate Michael van der Mark and Alex Lowes, who finished in sixth and seventh respectively on the overall timesheets, after focussing on race setup and tyre life for the first round of the season.
  2. Following Jonas Folger's declaration not to contest in 2018, the entire Monster Yamaha Tech3 was trying to find the best solution to replace the German, thereby evaluating available riders. Finally, the French-based squad is very happy and proud to announce, that Hafizh Syahrin will be their second MotoGP rider this season, alongside Johann Zarco.
  3. Introducing a solid line-up of highly-promising riders, Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. will see the Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro Team of Loïc Larrieu and Jamie McCanney joined by Johansson Yamaha Official Junior Enduro Team's Albin Elowson, with the trio launching their attack for championship honours in three separate classes of the 2018 FIM Enduro World Championship.
  4. Introducing a solid line-up of highly-promising riders, Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. will see the Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro Team of Loïc Larrieu and Jamie McCanney joined by Johansson Yamaha Official Junior Enduro Team's Albin Elowson, with the trio launching their attack for championship honours in three separate classes of the 2018 FIM Enduro World Championship.
  5. The GRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team, who completed a clean sweep of titles on offer in 2017, have concluded their preseason testing at Phillip Island in encouraging fashion to head into the opening round of the 2018 FIM Supersport World Championship this weekend full of confidence. Reigning WorldSSP Champion Lucas Mahias was the dominant force over the two-day test, topping the timesheets on Monday and finishing in second overall after an impressive display. His teammate Federico Caricasulo was also battling at the top of the timesheets over both days, eventually finishing just 0.096s behind his teammate in third overall as both riders look to get their 2018 season off to the best possible start.