Friday, February 5, 2010

Yamaha RX King Motor Racing

Yamaha RX King Motor Racing
Yamaha RX-135 (also known as the [RX-King] or RX-K in Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia) is a 2-stroke motorcycle produced by Yamaha since the 1980s, is now made by the Indian subsidiary of Yamaha Motor India.

Indonesia is considered as the largest market in Southeast Asia for this type of motorcycle. Indonesia is considered as the largest market in Southeast Asia for this type of motorcycle. Also sold in India until the year 2006, it was endowed with a superlight chassis and 14 brake horsepower (10 kW) power, it is a nice little pocket rocket, it is very stable at top speeds. Also sold in India until 2006, he was awarded with a superlight chassis and brake 14 horsepower (10 kW) power, it is a nice little pocket rocket, is very stable at high speeds. The hugely popular 135 has been modded mainly for drag-racing competing with the shaolins hearted and the bigger 350s. Very popular 135 has been modded, especially for drag-racing and shaolins compete with bigger hearts 350. From 2002 onwards the bikes performance was suffocated with a catalytic converter. From 2002 onwards the bike's performance with a catalytic converter choke.

Entering 2008, Yamaha introduced new version of the RX-King with considerably sleek and bold design. Entering 2008, Yamaha introduced a new version of the RX-King with a very neat and bold designs. It still holds the high regard of 2-stroke engines in previous years though there has been issues that those kind of bike will be forbidden to enter protocol roads in Jakarta. This still holds a high respect from the 2-stroke engine, although in previous years had no issue that such people would be banned motorcycles entering the protocol roads in Jakarta. Head lamps are updated to current models of sport bikes to be round-shaped one, leaving the legendary boxed-style. Lamp head updated to the latest models of sports bike into a round-one, leaving a box-style legendary. Yet, the rest are still Reflecting a true sports motorcycle of its own class. However, the rest still reflects the true sport bike from his own class.

This motorcycle is extremely popular in the Asian Subcontinent Peppy because of its characteristics and simple mechanics. This motor is very popular in Asia because of the characteristics and the simple mechanics excitedly. It is available in both 4 and 5 speed configurations. This is available in both 4 and 5-speed configuration.

Fiat Yamaha Motor Racing

Fiat Yamaha Motor Racing
Yamaha Motor Racing is the official factory team of Yamaha in MotoGP. The team currently compete under the name of Fiat Yamaha. It founded in 1999 following the retirement of Wayne Rainey, who had run a Factory supported team in the 500 cc class for the previous two years. The team was originally based in the Netherlands but was relocated in Italy in 2002. Max Biaggi and Carlos Checa raced for the team from 1999 to 2002. Max Biaggi achieved a total of 9 race wins in that period, first riding the Yamaha YZR500 and later the Yamaha YZR-M1 in 2002. In 2003, Checa was joined by Marco Melandri, the team had an average season with no wins or podiums. For 2004 Valentino Rossi joined Carlos Checa in the team. Rossi got 9 wins and won the championship. Colin Edwards joined the team for 2005. Rossi once again won the championship and got 11 wins. Both riders stayed with the team for 2006. Rossi got 5 wins and finished 2nd in the championship. For the 2007 season both riders remained with the team riding the new 800cc Yamaha YZR-M1. Rossi got 4 wins and finished the season 3rd overall. For 2008, Yamaha had a unique line-up with Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo. Although the pair were fighting for the title from different pit boxes (as Valentino Rossi chose to use Bridgestone tyres and as Jorge Lorenzo continued with Michelin) Yamaha operated as one brand and not two separate manufacturers. The title was won dominantly by the returning hero Rossi who won 9 of the 18 races and finished on the podium on every race except for two occasions. Even though this being the learning year for Jorge Lorenzo, the Spanish star showed no signs of newcomer and cruised to victory at Estoril.
Yamaha Motor Racing Srl 2009 name FIAT Yamaha Team Base Italy Gerno di Lesmo, Italy Principal Davide Brivio Riders 46 Valentino Rossi 99 Jorge Lorenzo Motorcycle Yamaha YZR-M1 Tyres Bridgestone Riders' Championships 4 2004 Valentino Rossi 2005 Valentino Rossi 2008 Valentino Rossi 2009 Valentino Rossi
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