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MotoGP Interviews. Page 6
Q&A: Ichiro Yoda - M1 Project Leader.
20 February 2003:
Last year was a hugely important year in terms of development for Yamaha as the first year of racing the YZR-M1. Can you briefly describe the development stages that the M1 went through, and what was achieved at each stage, bringing us up-to-date?
Q&A: Alex Barros.
21 January 2003:
Alex Barros, now firmly ensconced as a Yamaha rider for 2003, is touted among the favourites for the world title in 2003. In an exclusive for
, the Brazilian talks about his chance to run with a factory team, his hopes for the coming year and the absence of successors in Brazilian national bike racing....
Q&A: Marco Melandri.
9 January 2003:
"I thought the engine braking would be stronger on the four-stroke but in fact it feels more similar to the 250. The biggest difference between the two is in the power delivery. With the four-stroke, the straight does not seem long enough!" -
Q&A: David Garcia - The Proton connection.
11 March 2002:
Reigning European 250 champion David Garcia joined Proton Team KR this year, as tester and back-up rider. The 23-year-old Spaniard from Almeria will not only test the continual stream of developments from the team's engineering base in England, but hopes also to race as a wild card entry at some GPs.
Q&A: Ichiro Yoda - Yamaha YZR-M1 project leader.
11 January 2002:
Ichiro Yoda is the YZR-M1 project leader here he talks about the second generation M1 engine, his hopes for 2002 and a lot more...
Q&A: Max Biaggi.
11 January 2002:
Yamaha rider Max Biaggi talks about the 2002 season, testing, the change to four-stroke machines and a lot more...
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