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Evan Bros Yamaha WorldSSP Supported Team

Evan Bros Yamaha Team

The Bardahl Evan Bros made a big impact on their debut in the Supersport World Championship in 2016. In the opening race of the season in Phillip Island Federico Caricasulo claimed the team’s first podium finish on the world stage with an impressive ride to second place.

For the 2018 season the team switched to Yamaha power, a move that was rewarded immediately with a podium finish for Randy Krummenacher in the opening race of the season, a result that the Swiss rider followed up with a race win at the very next round.

For 2019 Krummenacher was joined at Bardahl Evan Bros Yamaha by Caricasulo, who returned to the team after a two-year absence. 2019 was a dominant season for the team and both riders. Caricasulo took seven podiums and two wins, while eventual champion Krummenacher took three podiums and five wins, finishing the season just six points ahead of his teammate, their efforts putting the team top of the team standings.

In 2020 they fielded Italian rider Andrea Locatelli in his Supersport debut on the R6, where he enjoyed a record-breaking campaign, scoring 12 victories and seven pole positions on his way to the title.

Steven Odendaal joined the team for his second WorldSSP season in 2021, with the South African rider winning the first three races in a row. He was then locked in an intense title battle, but just lost out, finishing second. 

Multiple Moto2 race-winner Lorenzo Baldassarri came onboard for the 2022 season, alongside Hungary's Peter Sebestyen. After winning from pole position on debut, Baldassarri emerged as a title challenger early on, taking 12 podiums from the opening 13 races, including a double victory at Most and a win at Magny-Cours. However, misfortune saw him miss out on several podium finishes late on and he ended his rookie year second in the standings. 

For 2023, after Baldassarri was promoted to the WorldSBK championship, the team have signed Andrea Mantovani, while a second rider is yet to be announced.