The agreement was signed just a few hours ago by ParkinGO team founder Giuliano Rovelli and Andrea Dosoli, Yamaha Motor Europe Road Racing Manager. This sees the collaboration between the Italian two-time world champions and the Japanese company return for the first time since they won the 2011 WorldSSP title together.
Last year, Yamaha dominated the WorldSSP season, as the ParkinGO team brought in young Spanish star Gonzalez to make his debut in the same class. The 18-year-old finished his first year in an impressive seventh place, having arrived off the back of a record-breaking FIM Supersport 300 World Championship season, in which he was crowned the youngest world champion in motorcycle racing history.
Prior to that, Gonzalez had made his first step into world championship racing with Yamaha and took three podiums in his maiden WorldSSP300 season in 2018.