MotoGP » Yamaha to unveil 2011 livery at Sepang


Yamaha is to take the wraps off the official 2011 livery for its YZR-M1 just ahead of the second pre-season group test at Sepang in Malaysia later this month

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Wally Wallpamur - Unregistered

February 14, 2011 11:07 AM

Here we go again...Rossi took Fiat away with him. Problem is AMG sponsor Ducati. Sounds to me Fiat wanted out altogether. They could of easily been in front of AMG if they wanted to.

Yamaha have been historically late with sponsors leaving it until the first round to unveil. I'm sure they won't have a problem with either Telefonica or Petronas stepping up.

The world only revolves around Rossi by his fans...sponsors with half a brain would know he's no hope this year whilst Yamaha have to be favorites.

Wally Wallpamur - Unregistered

February 14, 2011 11:39 AM

Good things come to those who wait.....Fiat was no big deal, especially if your looking for American market exposure with Spies. As I said Motogp is about much more than Rossi.

And after this year those that are with him will be looking for a winner.

Smithy - Unregistered

February 14, 2011 11:45 AM

Yamaha have to be favorite this year....best bike last year, Lorenzo in the form of his life, a stable platform with riders comfortable in there surroundings and no Rossi demands, no walls and data sharing. All is good in their world. Sponsors will arrive....like Rossi's fans they latch onto winners. Rossi is fading fast AND so will his fans...their only fair weather at best and half will probably gravitate to Spies mid season.

Final Fantasy - Unregistered

February 14, 2011 12:07 PM

Yamaha will keep the wall.
Jarvis wants it. Jorge wants it. Ben wants it.
The wall came when they using different tyres, now it is common. Making each rider more focus....
and about sharing data, david emmet well explained, every rider can not use other's, since they have different style.

but it's easier to blame anything to valentino rossi.

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