Yamaha and MotoGP together with the NMAX 125

Yamaha will supply Dorna with a fleet of 25 NMAX 125 scooters.

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From left Lin Jarvis (Yamaha) and Pau Serracanta (Dorna)

Yamaha and Dorna Sports have signed a new agreement confirming the official supply of scooters for the FIM MotoGP World Championship.

In 2005, Yamaha first became the exclusive scooter supplier to Dorna Sports, owner and promoter of the commercial rights of MotoGP, and has since proved to be a valuable and reliable partner for staff in the MotoGP paddocks.

This new agreement will provide Dorna with a fleet of 25 scooter NMAX 125, which were first presented and put into service during the Portuguese Grand Prix in Portimão. The scooters will be used throughout the 2021 season.

Paolo Pavesio, Marketing and Motorsport Director, of Yamaha Motor Europe NV: “Yamaha is the official scooter supplier for Dorna Sports and the FIM World Championship MotoGP since 2005 and we are proud of this partnership which continues into 2021. Yamaha will supply a fleet of the NMAX 125, a scooter that, with excellent agility, stability, generous load capacity and its Yamaha sporty DNA, has been a bestseller both in Europe than in Asia and is perfect for the needs of the MotoGP paddock. "

Paul Serracanta, CEO of Dorna Sports: “We are very happy to continue our long-standing agreement with Yamaha and as the Championship's official scooter supplier. Yamaha provides quality, reliable scooters for Dorna staff and make the internal logistics of the world's fastest motorcycle World Championship much more efficient. I can't wait to drive one ”.