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 Yamaha Racing History


 

A brief overview of Yamaha Racing from 1955 to date

 
2003
Stefan Everts - YZ450FM - Motocross GP World Champion YAMAHA YZ450FM - MOTOCROSS GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION YAMAHA YZ250F - MOTOCROSS GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION Chad Reed - YZ250 - Supercross World Champion
2002
Stefan Everts - YZ500FM - 500cc Motocross World Champion Chad Reed - YZ250F - AMA Eastern SX 125 Supercross Champion
2001
Ernesto Fonseca - YZ250F - AMA West SX 125 Supercross Champion YAMAHA YZF-R6 - SUPERSPORT MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION Stefan Everts - YZ500FM - 500cc Motocross World Champion YAMAHA YZ500FM - 500CC MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION
2000
YAMAHA YZR500 - MotoGP500 MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION YAMAHA YZR250 - MotoGP250 MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION YAMAHA YZF-R6 - SUPERSPORT MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION Olivier Jacque - 250 MotoGP World Champion Jörg Teuchert - Supersport World Champion Jeremy McGrath - AMA 250 Supercross Champion
1999
YAMAHA - SUPERSPORT MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS - YZF-R6 YAMAHA - 500CC MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Andrea Bartolini / YZ400F - 500cc Motocross World Champion YAMAHA - SUPERCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS David Vuillemin / YZ250 - Supercross World Champion Jeremy McGrath / YZ250 - AMA Supercross Champion Ernesto Fonseca / YZ125 - AMA Eastern Region 125 Supercross Champion Wataru Yoshikawa / YZF-R7 - All Japan Superbike Champion Naoki Matsudo/YZR250 - All Japan 250 Road Race Champion
1998
YAMAHA - 125cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Stéphane Peterhansel wins the Dakar for a record sixth time on board the XTZ850TRX, the ninth Yamaha victory in the 19-year history of the event. Scott Russell wins the Daytona 200 on board his YZF750 to extend his record number of wins in the event to five.Shinya Nakano comprehensively wins the All Japan 250cc Championships on the YZR250 with eight victories from nine races. Jeremy McGrath wins the AMA Supercross Championship on the YZ250 while John Dowd takes the AMA Western region title on a YZ125.
1997
YAMAHA - 125cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Alessio Chiodi wins 125cc Motocross World Championship on YRRD YZ125 Stéphane Peterhansel wins Enduro World Championship Stéphane Peterhansel wins the Dakar rally on the Yamaha XTZ850TRX for a record equalling fifth time Noriyuki Haga - All Japan Superbike Champion Scott Russell wins the Daytona 200 on the Yamaha YZF750 for a record making fourth time The YZM400F makes history in Las Vegas with Doug Henry when it becomes the first four-stroke machine to win an AMA Supercross round.
1996
Edi Orioli wins the Granada-Dakar Rally on the Yamaha XTZ850R SP Colin Edwards and Noriyuki Haga win the Suzuka 8 Hour Race on the Yamaha YZF750
1995
YAMAHA - 125cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Stéphane Peterhansel wins the Granada-Dakar Rally on the Yamaha XTZ850
1994
YAMAHA - 125cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Bob Moore wins 125cc Motocross Riders World Championship
1993
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Tetsuya Harada wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship Stéphane Peterhansel wins the Paris-Dakar Rally for the third consecutive year
1992
Wayne Rainey wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPION Donny Schmit wins 250cc Motocross World Championship Yamaha YZE750T Super Tenere wins the Paris-Sirte-LeCap Rally Stéphane Peterhansel wins the Paris-Beijing Rally Development of Yamaha GP SuperCar OX99-11 unveiled in London Formula 1 Tyrrell-Yamaha Team formed
1991
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Wayne Rainey wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship Yamaha YZE750T Super Tenere machines take first three places in Paris-Tripoli-Dakar Rally
1990
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Wayne Rainey wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS John Kocinski wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship Brabham Yamaha Formula One Team formed through joint effort with Brabham of Great Britain
1989
Announces entry in the 1989 Formula 1 World Championship through joint effort with Zakspeed Formula Racing Team of West Germany
1988
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Eddie Lawson wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 250cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS John Van den Berk wins 250cc Motocross World Championship Yamaha technology supplied to Cosworth Engineering of Great Britain for joint development of new racing engine
1987
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS John Van den Berk wins 125cc Motocross World Championship
1986
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Eddie Lawson wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship Carlos Lavado wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 250cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Jacky Vimond wins 250cc Motocross World Championship OX66 engine-mounted car wins the first round of the Japanese F2 Championship
1984
Eddie Lawson wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Christian Sarron wins the 250cc Riders World Championship
1983
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Carlos Lavado wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship Hakan Carlqvist wins 500cc Motocross World Championship
1982
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Jean-Louis Tournadre wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 250cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Denny Laporte wins 250cc Motocross World Championship Total motorcycle production reaches the 20 million mark
1981
Neil Hudson wins 250cc Motocross World Championship
1980
Kenny Roberts wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship Yamaha wins second Paris Dakar rally
1979
Kenny Roberts wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship Yamaha wins inaugural Paris Dakar rally with Cyril Neveu riding XT500
1978
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Kenny Roberts wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 500cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Heiki Mikkola wins 500cc Motocross World Championship
1977
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS YAMAHA - 350cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS 5th time in a row Takazumi Katayama wins 350cc GP Riders World Championship Heiki Mikkola wins 500cc Motocross World Championship Total motorcycle production reaches the 10 million mark
1975
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Giacomo Agostini wins 500cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 350cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Johnny Cecotto wins 350cc GP Riders World Championship Sportsland Sugo opens in May
1974
YAMAHA - 500cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS (5th time in a row) YAMAHA - 125cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Kent Andersson wins 125cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 350cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Giacomo Agostini wins 350cc GP Riders World Championship
1973
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Dieter Braun wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 125cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Kent Andersson wins 125cc GP Riders World Championship YAMAHA - 350cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS YAMAHA - 250cc MOTOCROSS MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS H. Andersson wins 250cc Motocross World Championship Wins Japanese National Trial Championship First racing kart marketed - the RC100
1972
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Jarno Saarinen wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship
1971
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Phil Read wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship Top six riders in the Championship are all on Yamaha bikes
1970
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Rodney Gould wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship First 4-stroke motorcycle model is marketed - the XS-1 650cc
1969
Yamaha Test Course constructed at Fukuroi
1968
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS YAMAHA - 125cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Phil Read wins 125cc and 250cc GP Riders World Championship
1967
YAMAHA - 125cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Bill Ivy wins 125cc GP Riders World Championship
1966
Yamaha supplies technology for production of the Toyota 2000GT
1965
YAMAHA - 250cc GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Phil Read wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship
1964
YAMAHA - 250CC GP MANUFACTURERS WORLD CHAMPIONS Phil Read wins 250cc GP Riders World Championship
1962
Wins 250cc and 350cc classes in the first All Japan Road Race meeting
1955
Yamaha Hamakita factory built Production starts on Yamaha's first motorcycle model, the 125cc YA1 Yamaha Motor Co Ltd founded after separating from Nippon Gakki

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