Valentino Rossi wants to continue his good form from his hometown Misano this weekend, at the MotoGP race for the Portuguese Grand Prix, where he was again in the top ten for the first time in four races. The nine-time world champion is aware that he has a difficult task ahead of him to reach the goal, as the Algarve track in Portimao is not the best for him. The 42-year-old Italian has recorded one twelfth place and one resignation in the last two races here. “The track in Portimao is difficult and has some special features that other tracks don’t have,” Rossi said before the race. "The first of this year's two races here was not bad, as I was able to break through the top ten, but unfortunately I fell before the finish line. This weekend I want to drive a good race and break into the forefront. I already had a good feeling here, especially and d
The Yamaha team has revealed the color scheme of their motorcycles for this year's season of the MotoGP series, which also includes the logos of the new main or title sponsor Movistar, which will remain with the team for the next five years. The M1 has not been a major sponsor since 2010, when the team parted ways with Italy’s FIAT. Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi will be racing for the team again this year, and the season starts this weekend in Qatar.
As promised, Yamaha has unveiled new color combinations of motoGP race cars for the 2013 season. As expected, Yamaha has retained the blue-and-white color combination. Rossi's and Lorenzot's "new" Yamaha were unveiled today in Jerez, in the last official tests before the start of the season. The only difference between the Rossi M1 and the Lorenzo M1 are the numbers on the front of the motorcycle. Rossi’s distinctive yellow # 46 and Lorenzot’s red # 99, both adorn the motorcycles on a silver background. You can see more in the photos below. source: www.motogp.com Do you like the new Yamaha colors?