Donington Park 1999: Where the Yamaha R6’s WorldSSP Dominance Began
Locatelli Leads the Yamaha WorldSSP Charge in Phillip Island
27 February 2020
It was WorldSSP newcomer and Evan Bros Yamaha WorldSSP Supported rider, Andrea Locatelli, who was the fastest Yamaha rider in Phillip Island today, with the Italian ending the day second on combined times after a red flag disrupted second free practice session.f
Yamaha Extend Unique bLU cRU Project to WorldSSP in 2020
19 December 2019
Yamaha Motor Europe is pleased to announce an extension to their bLU cRU program, with the addition of a team in the FIM Supersport World Championship dedicated to the further development of young riders. For the 2020 season the bLU cRU Yamaha WorldSSP Team will field 17-year-old Andy Verdoïa and 20-year-old Galang Hendra Pratama, both graduates of the bLU cRU program in WorldSSP300, aboard Yamaha's championship-winning YZF-R6 in the hotly contested WorldSSP series.
Caricasulo Steals Pole for WorldSSP Title Showdown
25 November 2019
The three contenders for the 2019 Supersport World Championship crown will start tomorrow's title showdown from the front row of the grid, with Bardahl Yamaha's Federico Caricasulo narrowly beating teammate Randy Krummenacher and GMT94 Yamaha's Jules Cluzel to pole position in a closely contested Superpole qualifying session in Qatar today.
Krummenacher Crowned Supersport World Champion in Qatar
27 October 2019
Bardahl Evan Bros. Yamaha Supported WorldSSP rider, Randy Krummenacher, was crowned as the 2019 Supersport World Champion, after an eventful race in Qatar that he finished in fifth place. Teammate Federico Caricasulo's challenge for the title was effectively ended on the opening lap, when he experienced a technical issue that dogged him throughout the race. The final race of the season was won by Lucas Mahias, with GMT94 Yamaha's Jules Cluzel and Kallio Racing Yamaha's Isaac Viñales joining the Frenchman on the podium.
Krummenacher and Caricasulo Ready to Continue Title Fight in Cluzel's Backyard
25 October 2019
The battle for supremacy in the 2019 FIM Supersport World Championship is set to continue in Magny-Cours this weekend, after Bardahl Evan Bros Yamaha Supported WorldSSP rider, Randy Krummenacher, saw his lead in the championship standings reduced to just ten points by his teammate, Federico Caricasulo, who won last time out in Portimão.
Cluzel sets the pace on Opening day on Qatar
25 October 2019
While the Bardahl Evan Bros. Yamaha Supported WorldSSP riders, Randy Krummenacher and Federico Caricasulo, kept a wary eye on each other, it was championship outsider Jules Cluzel who topped the timesheet by 0.7s on the opening day in Qatar aboard his GMT94 Yamaha YZF-R6.