MotoGP » Fiat, Yamaha partnership officially over

"The team will change title sponsor and therefore it won't be "Fiat Yamaha Team" anymore."

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January 03, 2011 6:37 AM
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Do you think the sponsor know who will be world champion at the start of the year? Ummm...what Nationality do you think Repsol is supporting? and have always supported.

This is more of VALENTINO ROSSI'S Midas touch.....everyone wants a piece of him, so they follow him.

Time for the bauble and bling man to bring in his own sponsor at Yamaha or is he not that famous as yet. Why are there no sponsors lining up to take the famous Jorge Lorenzo Number 1 ride and paste their logo alongside his bike fairings?

dinokpir - Unregistered

January 03, 2011 7:30 AM

beh, even if rossi is not in gp anymore there's always a company who want to promote their product national/international, they always need high profile rider to put their brand on them, if the legend quit then the next star on the line will get their support

the problem how much money the sponsor want to put, other wise this could b the downfall of yamaha


January 03, 2011 7:49 AM

No doubt , VR is one of the world biggest marketing tool and the expensive one of course...

but.. if big companies like honda n yamaha are difficult to get sponsor, motogp should be aware for their future.

Repsol stick w/ honda coz of dani pedrosa,.. why other big spanish co don't sponsor yamaha since now they have spanish world champion ?


January 03, 2011 7:59 AM

On the other hand if Yamaha do not get a megabuck title sponsor on board, go it alone and go on to retain the riders title. Well, that will leave a lot of scrambled egg on some T-shirts !! HA HA !!!

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