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@RocketR1: Yamaha was only ever represented by 'Yamaha Europe' in WSB, funded entirely by this European 'arm'...although there were strong ties to the factory, the complete bikes were built entirely in the Benelux countries. However, the engine was from Japan and 'some' riders were contracted to Japan and sometimes Europe as well. Yamaha have 'greater faith' in their motogp project, they always have done... When the financial climate improves, I've no doubt they'll give Yamaha Europe the WSB nod, but not until...



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