MotoGP » Yamaha meets for sneak peek at 2012 MotoGP livery


Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies give sponsors and suppliers a sneak preview of the team's 2012 MotoGP livery.

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bikenutter

March 13, 2012 12:47 PM
Last Edited 903 days ago

Well as a MotoGP fanatic I can probably tell a lot more than most of you from this picture. For example, it's clear they've ditched the conventional Yamaha engine style since testing and gone for the Ducati 'hamster in a wheel' style. Very interesting.

"WOw... 50 sponsors/partners/suppliers and their bike still look more barren than mom teresa va-jay-jay."

You actually like the sponsors plastered all over the bike?

Maybe rawdawg can help me out on this one, but I've always been fascinated that the big American leagues' (NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB) all don't have sponsors plastered all over their uniforms and fields. It's pretty classy, and not what you might expect from the home of capitalism.

Not saying that MotoGP can afford to do that (it can't), but I'm not going to knock Yamaha for keeping their fairings clean, either.

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