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  1. After two successful tests, one in Jerez (Spain) and one in Mugello (Italy), the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team are ready to put on a show this weekend at the Le Mans - Circuit Bugatti in France.
  2. The traditional hard-packed and hilly circuit of Teutschenthal, Germany, will host the eighth round of nineteen in the 2018 MXGP series. Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing's Jeremy Van Horebeek has almost returned to full strength following the Scaphoid injury he sustained in March and he is optimistic about making a return to the podium. Meanwhile Romain Febvre will be on damage control as he looks to nurse an injured right-arm home for as many points as possible.
  3. Yamaha Motor Europe is pleased to announce that Anthony Rodriguez has been drafted in to temporarily replace the injured Vsevolod Brylyakov on the Kemea Yamaha Official MX2 Team until Brylyakov is ready to return.
  4. Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Valentino Rossi showed once again you should never count him out for the race, regardless of his starting position. He displayed a competitive pace aboard his YZR-M1 throughout today's entire Grand Prix de France, to take a strong third place on the podium. Maverick Viñales scored solid points with a seventh position result at the end of a challenging weekend and took over second place in the championship standings.
  5. Altherm Yamaha Official WMX's Courtney Duncan extended her lead in the Women's Motocross World Championship Standings and celebrated from the top step of the podium after taking her fifth consecutive race win. MXFonta Yamaha Official WMX's Kiara Fontanesi put in two consistent second-place finishes for second overall and helped Yamaha increase its lead in the Manufacturers Championship Classification.