YAMAHA RACE NEWS

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  1. Following on from Galang Hendra Pratama's stunning victory in Brno, the Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Challenge riders march on to Misano for Round 6 of the 2018 FIM Supersport 300 World Championship this weekend. Galang Hendra stormed to his second WorldSSP300 victory in Brno - and the first for the bLU cRU riders this season - in incredible fashion at the last round, winning by over 4.7 seconds despite the race ending prematurely after a red flag. The 19-year-old Indonesian sensation is aiming to fight for victory once more in Misano alongside fellow bLU cRU rider Dennis Koopman, Hugo de Cancellis and local hero Luca Bernardi.
  2. GRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team rider Federico Caricasulo secured his first race win of the season at Misano today, with a dominant performance in front of his home crowd. Lucas Mahias was left frustrated after contact with another rider saw him crash out of the race on only the second lap, while European Supersport Cup rider Alfonso Coppola also crashed on the same lap but remounted to finish 23rd.
  3. Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team rider Michael van der Mark signed off from the first half of the season with a superb second-place finish in Race 2 in Misano on Sunday at Round 9 of the 2018 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship. Alex Lowes bounced back from the disappointment of his first DNF of the year in Saturday's Race 1 to claim vital championship points with sixth place on Sunday. Wild card rider Niccolò Canepa also added to his points tally from the weekend with a strong ride to 13th place in the 21-lap race.
  4. Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Jeremy Van Horebeek made a welcomed return to the top-ten at the thirteenth round of the FIM MXGP World Championship in Semarang, Indonesia this weekend. After a dramatic start to the Grand Prix with Wilvo Yamaha Official MXGP's Jeremy Seewer and Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP's Romain Febvre crashing out of Race 1, Seewer was able to redeem himself with an encouraging top-five finish in the final race for eleventh overall, while Febvre was sixteenth overall after another dramatic turn of events in Race Two.
  5. Kemea Yamaha Official MX2's Ben Watson finished fourth overall and missed the podium by 2-points at the thirteenth round of the FIM MX2 World Championship in Semarang, Indonesia, while teammate Anthony Rodriguez hit two career milestones with a fourth-place finish in Race 1 and a seventh in Race 2 for a career best, sixth overall.