Designed to feature decades of passion in racing and Supersports excellence.
When Yamaha was established, they showed their passion through competitive racing from the onset.
The 60s was a decade of excellence for Yamaha which won multiple titles in different categories.
This decade debuted the YZR-500 which dominated the competition.
After the retirement of Kenny Roberts, Eddie Lawson continued Yamaha’s excellent run in the WGP.
Rainy, Harada, Cadarola,Norifumi, Caripossi carried the legacy of Yamaha through the 90s
The WGP became the MotoGP and the arrival of Valentino Rossi ushered in a new era of dominance by Yamaha.
These motorcycle became the foundation for Yamaha’s racing excellence for decades to come.
The YZR500 stood as the most prominent racing machine of Yamaha in the WGP and had evolved through the years.
Evolving from a single red line on a white background to what it is today, the "speed block" design symbolizes the legacy of Yamaha motorsports
Entering the Motorcycle Market and Establishing Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
Competitive Racing in Japan promoting the Yamaha Brand
Racing Overseas & Demonstrating Yamaha’s High Performance to the World
Yamaha 1st entered the World Grand Prix Road Race
The Belgium GP, the first Grand Prix win for Yamaha
First World Title for Yamaha!
Two consecutive double championships in the 250 cc class
Consecutive 125cc class win in the Isle of Man
The first 125cc title for Yamaha
Rodney Gould wins the championship on a production racer
5th manufacturer’s title in the 250cc class
Saarinen takes the championship using Yamaha’s TD-3
Yamaha’s first 500GP machine, the YZR500 wins in a debut race!
Yamaha wins both rider & manufacturer titles in 500cc class with YZR500
Kenny Roberts win the 500cc title using improved YZR500
Roberts and the YZR500 win consecutive titles
Roberts and the YZR500 make it three in a row
Barry Sheene grabs title in final race using YZR500
Eddie Lawson wins the title using YZR500, Christian Sarron wins the 250cc class using the TZ250
Lawson takes his 2nd Championship with the YZR500
Yamaha takes constructor's title for 2nd year in a row
Yamaha takes 3rd consecutive constructor's title
Wayne Rainey takes his 1st title, and Yamaha its 6th manufacturer’s title in the 500cc class
Rainey makes it two in a row in an amazing back-to-back.
Tetsuya Harada takes the championship on a TZ250M
Cadarola ranked 2nd on the season with a win in the US GP
First time wins for Norifumi Abe and Louis Capirossi
Yamaha takes first 500cc win in 22 races
Yamaha takes back manufacturer’s title in 500cc and 250cc classes
YZR-M1, the race was rebranded as MotoGP
Valentino Rossi joins Yamaha and wins title on the new YZR-M1
Yamaha takes the Triple Crown on 50th anniversary
Rossi, Yamaha and Team Fiat reclaims Triple Crown
Rossi wins his 100th GP in the Dutch GP. & Yamaha wins Triple Crown again
Yamaha claims the Triple Crown for the third year in a row
1974-75 YZR500 (0W23)
1986 YZR250 (0W82)
1990 YZR250 (0WB9)
1976-79 YZR750 (0W31)