Monster Power Yamaha gunning for glory in 2023

Getting into 2023 with the all-new YZ450FM and a recent new look, the Monster Power Yamaha Manufacturing unit MXGP crew is match, quick and prepared for the beginning of the 2023 FIM Motocross World Championship. The seeds sown by Jeremy Seewer, Maxime Renaux and Glenn Coldenhoff in 2022, with every rider tasting victory on at the least one event, have taken root and are rising quick into the brand new season.

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Armed with Yamaha’s improved YZ450FM, which in 2023 is quicker, lighter, slimmer, with enhanced stability and extra agility than ever, all three riders are assured they’ve precisely what they should problem the MXGP crown whereas serving to Yamaha defend its Producer’s World Title.

2023 goals to be the yr of blue! Each Monster Power Yamaha Manufacturing unit MXGP and MX2 groups, with Seewer, Renaux and Coldenhoff contained in the premier class, and Jago Geerts, Thibault Benistant and Rick Elzinga in MX2 are wanting stronger than ever.

In celebration of Yamaha’s strengthened partnership with Monster Power, Yamaha Motor Europe is proud to have its youngest crew, the MJC Yamaha Official EMX125 crew made up of Julius Mikula and Janis Reisulis, utilizing livery that has been based mostly on the look of the Monster Power Yamaha Manufacturing unit groups in MXGP, MX2, AMA Supercross, ProMotocross and MotoGP.

The crew appears to be like sharp and is worked up to marketing campaign Yamaha’s GYTR-kitted YZ125 within the EMX125 Championship this yr.

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