Yamaha One More Lap at EICMA 2021: a big hello to the champion Valentino Rossi [PHOTO]

For his first time, Valentino Rossi is at EICMA in Milan. Yamaha hosted him in the outdoor area of ​​the fair, setting up a show dedicated to him.  The One More Lap eventorganized by Yamaha on Thursday 25 November, the first day of opening to the public, it wants to reunite the Romagna champion with his great group of fans for the last time, in particular those who have not managed to follow him in his last stages of the world championship. The atmosphere outside the pavilions of the Fair is warm despite the rain, many crowded around waiting for Valentino in front of a stage enriched by some of the most iconic M1s. Vale makes its entrance on the bike celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Japanese manufacturer's first world race. The presenter, Federica Masolin, welcomes him and together they retrace his most famous victories and the most bitter stages. The M1s on stage are the same with which Rossi has raced in these 16 years in the Yamaha family and are an indication of this plunge into the past.    Later Linus, artistic director of Radio Deejay and great friend of Valentino Rossi, was invited to the stage. With him Vale talks about how he sees his life, referring to four wheels, but also to the future birth of his first daughter. The two joke amicably until they are moved, a love letter from the faithful M1 is shown on the screens for its greatest rider, the one with number 46. At this point, congratulations from Yamaha MotoGp technical manager Lin Jarvis follow. thanks him for having stimulated the whole team in search of an insatiable development and continuous evolution. Vale will then receive a mini bike for his future and long-awaited eldest daughter, there is no shortage of funny jokes from which an irresistible desire to embark on a new adventure as a father emerges. After this first symbolic gift, Yamaha Europe president Éric de Seynes unveils the bike that intrigued everyone, which remained covered on stage for the duration of the event. This is a special edition, a Yamaha R1 Gytr VR46 Tribute in honor of the nine-time world champion.

For his first time, Valentino Rossi is at EICMA in Milan. Yamaha hosted him in the outdoor area of ​​the fair, setting up a show dedicated to him.

The One More Lap eventorganized by Yamaha on Thursday 25 November, the first day of opening to the public, it wants to reunite the Romagna champion with his great group of fans for the last time, in particular those who have not managed to follow him in his last stages of the world championship. The atmosphere outside the pavilions of the Fair is warm despite the rain, many crowded around waiting for Valentino in front of a stage enriched by some of the most iconic M1s. 

Vale makes its entrance on the bike celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Japanese manufacturer's first world race. The presenter, Federica Masolin, welcomes him and together they retrace his most famous victories and the most bitter stages. The M1s on stage are the same with which Rossi has raced in these 16 years in the Yamaha family and are an indication of this plunge into the past.

For his first time, Valentino Rossi is at EICMA in Milan. Yamaha hosted him in the outdoor area of ​​the fair, setting up a show dedicated to him.  The One More Lap eventorganized by Yamaha on Thursday 25 November, the first day of opening to the public, it wants to reunite the Romagna champion with his great group of fans for the last time, in particular those who have not managed to follow him in his last stages of the world championship. The atmosphere outside the pavilions of the Fair is warm despite the rain, many crowded around waiting for Valentino in front of a stage enriched by some of the most iconic M1s. Vale makes its entrance on the bike celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Japanese manufacturer's first world race. The presenter, Federica Masolin, welcomes him and together they retrace his most famous victories and the most bitter stages. The M1s on stage are the same with which Rossi has raced in these 16 years in the Yamaha family and are an indication of this plunge into the past.    Later Linus, artistic director of Radio Deejay and great friend of Valentino Rossi, was invited to the stage. With him Vale talks about how he sees his life, referring to four wheels, but also to the future birth of his first daughter. The two joke amicably until they are moved, a love letter from the faithful M1 is shown on the screens for its greatest rider, the one with number 46. At this point, congratulations from Yamaha MotoGp technical manager Lin Jarvis follow. thanks him for having stimulated the whole team in search of an insatiable development and continuous evolution. Vale will then receive a mini bike for his future and long-awaited eldest daughter, there is no shortage of funny jokes from which an irresistible desire to embark on a new adventure as a father emerges. After this first symbolic gift, Yamaha Europe president Éric de Seynes unveils the bike that intrigued everyone, which remained covered on stage for the duration of the event. This is a special edition, a Yamaha R1 Gytr VR46 Tribute in honor of the nine-time world champion.

Later Linus, artistic director of Radio Deejay and great friend of Valentino Rossi, was invited to the stage. With him Vale talks about how he sees his life, referring to four wheels, but also to the future birth of his first daughter. The two joke amicably until they are moved, a love letter from the faithful M1 is shown on the screens for its greatest rider, the one with number 46. At this point, congratulations from Yamaha MotoGp technical manager Lin Jarvis follow.

 thanks him for having stimulated the whole team in search of an insatiable development and continuous evolution. Vale will then receive a mini bike for his future and long-awaited eldest daughter, there is no shortage of funny jokes from which an irresistible desire to embark on a new adventure as a father emerges. After this first symbolic gift, Yamaha Europe president Éric de Seynes unveils the bike that intrigued everyone, which remained covered on stage for the duration of the event. This is a special edition, a Yamaha R1 Gytr VR46 Tribute in honor of the nine-time world champion.

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