6th September 2023, Kathmandu
Yamaha Nepal has announced a ‘Ride to MotoGP’ that would excite any MotoGP devotee. As MotoGP is approaching in India, Yamaha Nepal has made a HISTORICAL DECLARATION in its company press statement.
FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME IN NEPALESE MOTORCYCLE HISTORY, Yamaha Nepal is taking 10 Yamaha owners on an 8-day road trip, from Kathmandu to Buddh International Circuit, Noida to watch the MotoGP India.
The journey will take off from The Blue Square, Naxal, all the way to the Moto GP racing circuit from 20th Sept to 27th Sept 2023. The selected Yamaha owners will get true racing experience at The MotoGP India from practice sessions, and qualifiers to Races. The MotoGP India is happening from 22nd to 24th Sept 2023.
Yamaha R15 has carried and infused the racing essence into the Nepalese community and has an excellent cult following. The ‘Ride to MotoGP’ is structured to acknowledge Yamaha owners’ passion for Yamaha sports motorcycles and MotoGP.
To enter, Yamaha Nepal has created a dedicated microsite where the owners can enter their initial details for the first round of registration.
The registration for the first round ends on 9th Sept 2023. Post registration Yamaha officials will connect for further selection rounds. Yamaha will take 10 Riders and there are terms and conditions to follow.
“We’ve seen many motorcycles and MotoGP fans getting Valentino Rossi VR46 stickers in their two-wheelers. It does not end there, the likes of Giacomo Agostini, Jorge Lorenzo, etc Yamaha riders have been inspiring youths to race, and not miss out on Fabio Quartararo, the current Yamaha face at the MotoGP.
We are absolutely delighted to announce, ‘Ride to MotoGP’ offering an opportunity to owners who are passionate MotoGP fans, who want to witness and live the race. We at Yamaha want to appeal to all the Yamaha owners to apply for the contest and experience this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” claims Mr. Raju Chettri, CEO, of MAW Two Wheelers Division.
Yamaha has a very prestigious racing legacy. Motorsports have been an essential part of Yamaha Motor’s corporate culture since its founding, and the first time a Yamaha motorcycle competed in earnest happened 10 days after the company was established, at the third Mount Fuji Ascent Race on July 10, 1955.
The motive of Ride to MotoGP is to bring the MotoGP experience closer to Nepal and add another milestone to inspire many motorsports enthusiasts towards racing. Yamaha Nepal has been promoting racing events in Nepal.