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Matthew Birt  says:

Yamaha unveils 2012 factory YZR-M1 bike

This is the new factory YZR-M1 1000cc machine that Yamaha hopes will claim back the MotoGP world title from rivals Honda in 2012. Unveiled during a special presentation on the eve of the final winter test session at the Jerez circuit in Spain tonight, Yamaha confirmed that the engine is a full 1000cc producing over 240bhp. Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies have...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (22 March 2012 16:37)

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

Awesome livery love it Ben's new #11 looks great too :)

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Oct 11

Posts: 7

Have I seen this design before...

It's basically the Yamaha 50 anniversary design with blue instead of red!

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Oct 05

Posts: 15

Chappie46 says:

Tasty looking bike

Nicest looking bike so far.

Would look even better with a few flashes of yellow and a big 46,

But its not to be :(

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Oct 11

Posts: 253

redracer46 says:

Oh yes

Now thats a delicious paintscheme !!! Very impressive, with the exception of the silky Gresini paintwork, probably the best on the grid. I am a little disappointed though as I had hopes they would run that awesome red and white scheme all year :( Ah well, nevertheless I shall enjoy watching the factory Yamahas being first over the line many times this year :)

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


         But imo, the best paint scheme Iv`e ever seen on a Yammy was the Canada jobby that Stevie Baker used on the 750,back in the day.  Luckily we all have our own opinion`s,not just on paint job`s,or life would be even shittier than Vito`s.

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Oct 08

Posts: 262

LaughingGas says:


Never mind that I wannt see this:

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