2023 Yamaha YZR-M1 MotoGP
Underlining the significance of the South-East Asian connection to each Yamaha and MotoGP, Yamaha selected their Indonesia Motor Manufacturing’s ‘3S Seller Assembly because the event to disclose the colors that the Yamaha MotoGP crew will race in throughout the 2023 MotoGP World Championship.
Indonesia is the most important market on the earth for Yamaha, and their MotoGP personnel have been launched and interviewed on stage by Indonesian presenters, however because of the world viewers proceedings have been performed in English, which meant that among the assembled crowd in Jakarta needed to be prompted in Indonesian to cheer on the proper moments.
The brand new look was designed by Italian Aldo Drudi, who’s after all very well-known because of his work on the helmets of Valentino Rossi proper again to the beginning of the presigious profession of #46.
All through the 2023 racing season the YZR-M1 will proceed to characteristic the slogans of Yamaha Motor Philippines and PT Yamaha Indonesia Motor Manufacturing, ranging from the IRTA MotoGP Official Pre-Season Checks held from 5-7 February and 10-12 February.
Common Supervisor, Motorsports Growth Division
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd & President, Yamaha Motor Racing
“Because the Valencia Take a look at, YMC’s Motorsports Growth Division labored tirelessly to make additional steps. Utilizing the suggestions of riders and the crew, we now have made enhancements with the goal to contend for the MotoGP World Title once more this yr. We thank our loyal supporters in addition to all Yamaha workers for his or her Kando* spirit. We’re beginning this season with a clean slate and a optimistic mindset. We all know that the extent of MotoGP is larger than ever, and with 42 races the calls for on the riders and the bikes attain new ranges, however we’re prepared for the problem. Fabio Quartararo, Franco Morbidelli, and their Manufacturing unit Workforce crews are totally motivated, so we predict a number of thrilling racing to please MotoGP followers all over the world.”
Yamaha Motor Racing Srl’s Managing Director
Monster Vitality Yamaha MotoGP Workforce Principal
“Final yr our crew achieved quite a few successes while going through high-level competitors and challenges. One of many highs that stood out, nonetheless, was the extension of our partnership with Monster Vitality Firm on the Catalan GP, which Fabio went on to win. In that second, we weren’t solely delighted to precise our thanks for Monster Vitality’s steady assist and their religion in our crew, however we additionally felt excited to look to a future exploring new alternatives to make the bond between Yamaha and Monster Vitality even stronger. This yr, we’re getting into our eleventh yr with Monster Vitality as our sponsor and our fifth season with them as our title sponsor. This event deserved a brand new livery and a contemporary begin that matches our military-like focus as we struggle for the 2023 MotoGP title.
“As part of the sturdy world alliance between Yamaha and Monster Vitality, the brand new look-and-feel may even be adopted by Yamaha’s manufacturing unit groups in MX and Supercross, displaying our unity. We’re additionally grateful to our official crew sponsors, companions, and suppliers, a lot of whom we now have had long-term partnerships with. Competing on the top-tier of bike racing has by no means been tougher than the approaching yr, and it’s because of the dedication and enthusiasm of our sponsors that we are able to focus on bringing the trophy house once more. A full-on race calendar and extra dash races imply we must be targeted, adaptable, and environment friendly proper from the beginning of 2023 MotoGP testing.”
“My winter break didn’t totally go as deliberate as a result of I injured my hand throughout motocross coaching. However I’ve stored working continuous. I’ve achieved loads of cardio to ensure I’m 100% match for the 2023 season.
“My hand harm is totally recovered now too, so I really feel able to struggle for the title once more. We’ve the brand new camouflage livery, which is a pleasant change. I like the brand new look, and it’s good to change it up a bit.
“However extra importantly, I’m trying ahead to begin driving once more. I’m very curious to check the 2023 YZR-M1 in Sepang. We are going to work onerous this season, as we all the time do.
“We’ve realized loads in 2022, and now I simply need to struggle for the title once more. My followers have been very supportive, sending me a number of messages over the winter. I’m excited to see them on the tracks once more this season. We could have some enjoyable!”
“We’re making a contemporary begin right now, with a brand new look. All the things has gone again to zero and something is feasible this season, so that’s an thrilling prospect.
“We’ve ended 2022 with an improved feeling. Now it’s vital that we do a very good job on the upcoming winter exams, so we will likely be prepared to begin the season in March with the primary race in Portugal.
“There’s a brand new race format, which can take some getting used to for the riders and the groups, however I see it as a optimistic change as a result of it’s one thing that the followers will get pleasure from.
“I need to thank the Indonesian followers who we noticed at right now’s seller assembly for his or her assist. Their enthusiasm has given us a lift, and I can’t wait to begin the 2023 season in one of the simplest ways attainable.”
*Kando: A Japanese phrase for the simultaneous emotions of deep satisfaction and intense
pleasure that we expertise once we encounter one thing of remarkable worth.
2023 Yamaha YZR-M1 Specs
- Engine – 1000 cc, liquid cooled, in-line, four-cylinder, cross-plane crank
- Transmission – Six-speed cassette with various ratios obtainable
- Suspension – Öhlins the wrong way up entrance forks and Öhlins rear shock
- Rims – Solid Magnesium 17” entrance and rear
- Brakes – Brembo, two 320/340/355 mm carbon entrance discs, two four-piston callipers. Single stainless-steel rear disc, twin/four-piston calliper
- Energy – Over 240 hp, 176 kW
- Chassis – Aluminium twin tube Delta Field with multi-adjustable steering geometry. Aluminium/CFRP swingarm
- ECU – By Marelli, in accordance. with FIM Laws
- Weight – Over 157 Kg, in accordance with FIM Laws
2023 MotoGP Calendar
- March 26 – Portugal, Portimao
- April 2 – Argentina, Termos de Rio Honda
- April 16 – Americas, COTA
- April 30 – Spain, Jerez
- Might 14 – France, Le Mans
- June 11 – Italy, Mugello
- June 18 – Germany, Sachsenring
- June 25 – Netherlands, Assen
- July 9 – Kazakhstan, Sokol (Topic to homologation)
- August 6 – Nice Britain, Silverstone
- August 20 – Austria, Purple Bull Ring
- September 3 – Catalunya, Catalunya
- September 10 – San Marino, Misano
- September 24 – India, Buddh (Topic to homologation)
- October 1 – Japan, Motegi
- October 15 – Indonesia, Mandalika
- October 22 – Australia, Phillip Island
- October 29 – Thailand, Chang
- November 12 – Malaysia, Sepang
- November 19 – Qatar, Lusail
- November 26 – Valenciana, Valencia
MotoGP 2023 Rider Entry Checklist
|5||JOHANN ZARCO||FRA||PRIMA PRAMAC RACING||DUCATI|
|10||LUCA MARINI||ITA||MOONEY VR46 RACING TEAM||DUCATI|
|12||MAVERICK VIÑALES||SPA||APRILIA RACING||APRILIA|
|20||FABIO QUARTARARO||FRA||MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA MotoGP TEAM||YAMAHA|
|21||FRANCO MORBIDELLI||ITA||MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA MotoGP TEAM||YAMAHA|
|23||ENEA BASTIANINI||ITA||DUCATI LENOVO TEAM||DUCATI|
|25||RAUL FERNANDEZ||SPA||RNF MotoGP TEAM||APRILIA|
|30||TAKAAKI NAKAGAMI||JAP||LCR HONDA IDEMITSU||HONDA|
|33||BRAD BINDER||ZAF||RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING||KTM|
|36||JOAN MIR||SPA||REPSOL HONDA TEAM||HONDA|
|37||AUGUSTO FERNANDEZ||SPA||TECH3 GASGAS FACTORY RACING||GASGAS|
|41||ALEIX ESPARGARO||SPA||APRILIA RACING||APRILIA|
|42||ALEX RINS||SPA||LCR HONDA CASTROL||HONDA|
|43||JACK MILLER||AUS||RED BULL KTM FACTORY RACING||KTM|
|44||POL ESPARGARO||SPA||TECH3 GASGAS FACTORY RACING||GASGAS|
|49||FABIO DI GIANNANTONIO||ITA||GRESINI RACING MotoGP||DUCATI|
|63||FRANCESCO BAGNAIA||ITA||DUCATI LENOVO TEAM||DUCATI|
|72||MARCO BEZZECCHI||ITA||MOONEY VR46 RACING TEAM||DUCATI|
|73||ALEX MARQUEZ||SPA||GRESINI RACING MotoGP||DUCATI|
|88||MIGUEL OLIVEIRA||POR||RNF MotoGP TEAM||APRILIA|
|89||JORGE MARTIN||SPA||PRIMA PRAMAC RACING||DUCATI|
|93||MARC MARQUEZ||SPA||REPSOL HONDA TEAM||HONDA|