The five selected up-and-coming Yamaha riders include The Netherlands‘ Finn de Bruin (18), Italy‘s Kevin Sabatucci (20) and Jacopo Facco (19), France‘s Andy Verdoïa (16), and Spain‘s Beatriz Neila (17), the Master Camp‘s first female participant.
After the warm welcome they received from VR46 Riders Academy Director Alessio ’Uccio‘ Salucci, the riders are raring to start training today. The renewed training programme for the seventh Master Camp has been especially structured to help the students gain valuable skills on track (on-road and flat track) as well as provide them with tips on how to train off track.
The timetable for May 22nd – 26th includes gym sessions and various riding activities with experts such as fitness guru Carlo Casabianca at the Fisio gym and three-time English Flat Track Champion and two-time American and European Flat Track Champion Marco Belli.
Along with the VR46 Academy Riders, the instructors attending the riding sessions will monitor the Master Camp students‘ progress and help them further boost their performances. The students can put their new found skills into practice when they will continue their run in the 2019 FIM Supersport 300 World Championship (WorldSSP300) and Yamaha Motor Europe’s Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Challenge from August 7th – 9th at the Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto for the Acerbis Spanish Round.