The WithU RNF Yamaha team plus riders Andrea Dovizioso and Darryn Binder are unveiling their 2022 MotoGP colours at an official launch in Verona, Italy, this afternoon.

The new team, again headed by Razlan Razali, has been born out of the ashes of the multi-race winning Sepang Racing Team (SRT) project, which closed its doors after the withdraw of title sponsor Petronas at the end of last season.

Dovizioso, a triple MotoGP title runner-up for Ducati, joined SRT for the closing rounds of last season, but is being upgraded to the latest factory M1 machinery for 2022.

Rookie team-mate Binder is the first rider to jump straight from Moto3 to MotoGP, bypassing the Moto2 class, since Jack Miller in 2015. The South African will ride a year-old A-Spec M1.

Follow the unveiling of the WithU-backed RNF MotoGP bikes, plus MotoE team, below.

Due to technical issues, the launch starts at the revised time of 17:00 CET:

RNF is only the second MotoGP team to hold a 2022 launch, after Gresini (Ducati).
Next up will be KTM, which is holding its official presentation for both the Factory and Tech3 teams on Thursday.