Racing Black, grey, camo and Blue!
Yamaha Racing and Monster Energy are celebrating their partnership with a new global racing team, for the 2023 season, for the MotoGP and MXGP World Championships, as well as the American AMA Supercross and OR Motocross. The two partners recently revealed the new colors and graphics for 2023.
Yamaha Motor Europe has announced an enhanced global collaboration this year in motorcycle racing with Monster Energy, complete with a new Monster Energy Yamaha racing team for 2023, as well as new colors and graphics.
The bikes of the factory motocross team, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory for the MXGP and MX2 classes of the World Championship, will have the same impressive appearance of the new YZR-M1 of the also factory MotoGP team.
One day before the start of the American league Supercross in San Diego, the worlds of MotoGP, MXGP and Supercross met for the unveiling of the racing YZ.
The well-known American motocrosser Jeremy Seewer introduced the Yamaha Factory YZ450FM in the colors of Monster Energy, with which he will compete for the top of the 2023 Motocross World Championship.
He was joined by Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Eli Tomac and Dylan Ferrandis, who have revealed the new look of the YZ450F for the 2023 AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross American Championships, which are part of the World SuperMotocross Championship.
2021 MotoGP World Champion Frenchman Fabio Quartararo attended with his new YZR-M1, which was revealed earlier, as was the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The battle-ready, new-look 2023 YZR-M1 features camouflage sections and combines Yamaha and Monster Energy colors with the addition of gray for a refreshed, upgraded look.
Designed by the famous Italian designer Aldo Drudi, “the new colors symbolize Monster Energy and Yamaha’s combined passion for motorsport and a strong relationship between the brands”according to the press release.
Yamaha Racing and Monster Energy they have won many championships together and race wins at the highest levels of motorsport.
Monster Energy and Yamaha Motor Europe cwere very successful in the FIM Motocross World Championshipwhere over the past seven years, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory riders have celebrated no less than 81 race wins, 36 Grand Prix wins, one MX2 World Championship title and four constructors’ world titles in both the top MXGP and MX2 classes.
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