Yamaha R7 Cup: a new challenge for Gentlemen Riders

The first edition of the Yamaha R7 Cup is a confrontation for Gentlemen Riders developed in four stages, both within the Italian Speed ​​Championship 2022, and in an Italian leg of the World Superbike Championship 2022. Registrations will start from January 2022 and information will be proposals on the Yamaha portal.   Indications The name of the bike recalls that of the YZF-R7 superbike with which Noriyuki Haga and Wataru Yoshikawa competed in legendary races. In the case of the new R7, we think of a Supersport that can be used in everyday routes and when you want to hit the track. So in the R7 Cup , this bike becomes a racing sport thanks to the GYTR kit, that is the racing-type accessories related to Yamaha, present in the registration fee. Fans who want to experience the sensations of competition on a Yamaha will be able to take part in this single-make championship at an affordable cost, according to the indications. From January, those interested will be able to contact the racing specialists for the preparation of the vehicle. In 2022 the inauguration of some GYTR Pro-Shops is expected, dealerships representing the sporting side of Yamaha that operate on the market and make available to customers, for the first time, their experience and skills developed in Superbike and in the panorama of derivatives of series. The new challenge will be highlighted on Yamaha's social pages and also visible on the official FMI channels, as specified on the occasion. Those who take part in the single-make series will appear in a dedicated grid to compete for the title also in view of the European SuperFinal, accessible for the top five finishers, scheduled during a World Superbike Championship engagement.

The first edition of the Yamaha R7 Cup is a confrontation for Gentlemen Riders developed in four stages, both within the Italian Speed ​​Championship 2022, and in an Italian leg of the World Superbike Championship 2022. Registrations will start from January 2022 and information will be proposals on the Yamaha portal.

Indications

The name of the bike recalls that of the YZF-R7 superbike with which Noriyuki Haga and Wataru Yoshikawa competed in legendary races. In the case of the new R7, we think of a Supersport that can be used in everyday routes and when you want to hit the track.

So in the R7 Cup , this bike becomes a racing sport thanks to the GYTR kit, that is the racing-type accessories related to Yamaha, present in the registration fee. Fans who want to experience the sensations of competition on a Yamaha will be able to take part in this single-make championship at an affordable cost, according to the indications.

From January, those interested will be able to contact the racing specialists for the preparation of the vehicle. In 2022 the inauguration of some GYTR Pro-Shops is expected, dealerships representing the sporting side of Yamaha that operate on the market and make available to customers, for the first time, their experience and skills developed in Superbike and in the panorama of derivatives of series.

The new challenge will be highlighted on Yamaha's social pages and also visible on the official FMI channels, as specified on the occasion.

Those who take part in the single-make series will appear in a dedicated grid to compete for the title also in view of the European SuperFinal, accessible for the top five finishers, scheduled during a World Superbike Championship engagement.

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