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YART is selling 4 WSSP 300 R3 with latest engine spec !!
Bikes were in Superpole 2 ....Racebikes of Verdoia,Lochoff and Alonso ...infos under office@yart7.com

 

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Robert Ranftl schlog zua

Rasmus Eriksson

Toni Hakala

Kevin Goddard

YART is selling very nice Trackday SBK (Factory RSP Suspension), but Stock Engine .  infos under : office@yart7.com

 

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Mandy Kainz text me how much

Anders kun je hem altijd bij mij afzetten,koffie staat klaar!!🤣🤣

Andrew Parr want to go halves ?

Magnifique moto de piste combien ?

🤤

Filip van Bell

Sofus Rafen så har du din trackday cykel 😎

Piouuuu magnifique

Danny Märtz deine neue 😅😍

Nog plek Toon van Aken😊

Marco Kreuzer de wär jo wos 👌😉

Omar Bahaa حلو جدآ

Derek Craig Steven Bloomer Stephen Magill

Apostolos Koundis😍🤙

Hahahahaha the old me would be all over that the new me is skint

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Mark Grech

Magnus Sjöö

Andrew Beagley

Oscar Davison

Corrado

Corrado

Hieu Cao

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1 week ago

Yamaha Austria Racing Team

YART is selling Sheridan Morais WSSP600 R6 2017 , info's under office@yart7.com ... See MoreSee Less

 

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He finished on P4 in Portimao

Christian Jansen junge heul nicht verkauf halt ein paar Versicherungen mehr

Bern Hard des wär was für dich 😅

Schnäppli

Ed van Weel maak effe wat geld over. 😘

Amir Osmanovic das wäre doch was für dich 😉

Taimor Khateeb ולוו הל אשי !!!!

Ajmo Jure

Christian Jansen tu es 😀

Arnaud Brnt

Wolfgang Rennhofer

Marko Skok

Vassilios Takos 😜💪🏽

Pascal Tru

Silven Venus

Alberto Nebot Sanz

Tony Marraffa 👍

Marco Kreuzer 🤔

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Urs Göldi

Yuse Soriano

Mesut Ckl

Pa Trick 🤔

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Congratulations to Samuel Lochoff  to be  FIME and AAIMC Supersport300 class champion on a YART Yamaha R3 !!!

 

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Big thank you to Mandy and his entire team for building the awesome weapons.

Very nice YART-R1 Race Replica leaving YARTs workshop beginning of next week.....whow , you like it ? Now is time to order your customized 2019 Race R1 /R6 or R3  !!

 

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De kan helt sikkert levere 2 stk 🙃 ... René og Henrik 👍😎🏁

What kind of fuel tank modification is this

It's a beautiful bike....wonderful

Yes! 🙈

Henrik Nederschier 👍🏻🏁

Erik Dodič

Akira Kyuji, Guillaume Vuillardot

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Ready to go to Aragon for Hostettler AG- Yamaha Switzerland to introduce Swiss R3 Cup....

 

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Swiss r3 cup noch nie gehört? Gibts da irgendwo Infos?

☝️ich auch wo kann man sich anmelden?

Rob Shuker

Böhlen Lorenz

Video image

 

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Michael Kidde Danielsen tjek lige efter 5:05 👍🏻😂

7 YART Bikes for Portimao Riding school ..ready for delivery

 

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Baby models😎

How to join a racing school?where do I get information?plz

I want a r6 please...

One for our mechanic soon😉

Envien 1 para valentino Rossi 46 que la que tiene no sirve para competencia

Voglio lavorare liiiii😍😍😍😍😍😍

YART what else 👍

Mantap jiwaa

The call of blueeeee!!!! Reves your heart! Yamaha...

😂😂😂 Tomislav a tuge a di je Tm 😬

Urs Göldi

Urs Göldi

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1 month ago

Yamaha Austria Racing Team

Stunning Second for YART Yamaha in Bol d'Or Thriller

The YART Yamaha Official EWC Team made a stunning comeback this weekend in the 2018/19 EWC season opening round, the 24 Hour Bol d’Or race. Riders Marvin Fritz, Broc Parkes and Niccolò Canepa delivered an heroic performance to complete the exhausting race in second position.

It was Marvin Fritz’s first opportunity for the YART team to both start and end the EWC race, the young German enjoying the unique pleasure of the Endurance start process, running across the track to jump on the YART Yamaha R1 race bike.

The first hours unfolded to plan, but disaster was to trike with newly joined team member Niccolò Canepa crashing as the dusk gathered on the Paul Ricard circuit. Despite losing nearly the entire engine’s oil capacity, Canepa was able to make it back to the pit as the safety car took to the track. With the clock ticking down the YART team delivered a miracle and were able to get the R1 back on track in record time, re-joining in 27th position.

With any chance of a race victory now impossibly distant, the team’s focus was now switched to completing the 24 hours and taking as many points as possible for damage limitation to their title hopes. The night hours flew past, with Fritz, Canepa and Parkes making steady inroads into the gap to the front pack, gradually moving up despite losing all electronic rider aids as a result of the crash. As dawn broke at 7am the team were incredibly back to 6th place and looking more determined than ever.

As victory became a more realistic target, so the team’s pace increased even further, Australian Parkes scoring the fastest lap of the race some 500 laps in! As the morning wound on, the team were able to reach second position and had established a race-winning pace that put them on target to catch and pass the leaders. With a better fuel strategy to support them, they were unfortunate to be denied the opportunity to make it a reality as the final safety car of the 24hour race came out, dashing hopes of a win.

YART Yamaha eventually brought it home in 2nd position, having made a dramatic comeback from a serious crash and mechanical repair, taking 2nd in the title challenge as the season begins and scoring 33 provisional points.

On top of an incredible performance by YART this weekend, the teams benefiting from Yamaha’s extended support program in the FIM Endurance World Championship got off to a flying start. YART shared the podium with Germany’s WEPOL Racing who were amongst the first to sign up for the added Yamaha support program and finished the first round of the season in third. France’s Yamaha Viltaïs Pierret Experiences put in a consistent performance throughout the marathon race as well, finishing 15th overall and taking home 6 points from the event. The Maco Racing Team of Slovakia put in a solid performance, finishing the 24-hour race just outside of the points but with excellent experience to build on. French outfit 3ART were putting in solid lap times for the first 12 hours of the 2018 Bol d’Or as well, but unfortunately had to retire shortly after the half way point was reached. Moto AIN also had to retire earlier in the race. With four more races to go in the season, the Yamaha supported teams are all looking forwards to getting back on the track and putting more points on the board.

Broc Parkes

“It’s frustrating that the safety car came out at the end, the leaders had no fuel left, one more lap and we would have had them, but to be fair at 5pm yesterday I thought we were going home! To come back from where we did to get the finish we did is great. The team worked really well, when we had the problem and came back, it was bigger than expected but they worked super fast and got us back out there, we never gave up and it worked out.”

Marvin Fritz

“My teammates did an amazing job, everyone rode perfectly. After Niccolò’s crash our R1 was repaired super fast. Luckily there was a safety car and so we could get back out and into 27th position. We were so far back that we aimed just to finish, but the race turned into something very different. I made my first Endurance start yesterday which was really special and I was able to finish the race as well, so a big thanks to the team for this.”

Niccolò Canepa

“I’m really happy, everything worked well and my teammates are consistent. It was a crazy race, from the beginning to the end. After three hours I thought it was over but we were able to come back and fight for potential victory at the end. Every stint we were catching them and finally we got down to 10 seconds and we were one second a lap faster with 45 minutes to go. It would have been possible to pass them, unfortunately the safety car arrived at the worst possible moment, but that's Endurance!”

Mandy Kainz

“We didn't give up and we pushed until the end, finally the boys made it. In endurance everyone has problems, so it was expected that we had an issue, No one has no problems in a 24hrs race! Niccolò’s crash left a hole in the bike and we lost nearly all the oil! After the crash we had no electronics for traction control, wheelie control etc. which makes it an amazing performance by the boys. It was a fantastic job by the crew as well to get the bike repaired and back out there as quickly as possible. Without the last safety car we could have closed in on the leader for the win, our boys were fresh and ready for it. It’s a great start to the championship for us, and a great result for Yamaha.”
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Stunning Second for YART Yamaha in Bol dOr Thriller  The YART Yamaha Official EWC Team made a stunning comeback this weekend in the 2018/19 EWC season opening round, the 24 Hour Bol d’Or race. Riders Marvin Fritz, Broc Parkes and Niccolò Canepa delivered an heroic performance to complete the exhausting race in second position.  It was Marvin Fritz’s first opportunity for the YART team to both start and end the EWC race, the young German enjoying the unique pleasure of the Endurance start process, running across the track to jump on the YART Yamaha R1 race bike.  The first hours unfolded to plan, but disaster was to trike with newly joined team member Niccolò Canepa crashing as the dusk gathered on the Paul Ricard circuit. Despite losing nearly the entire engine’s oil capacity, Canepa was able to make it back to the pit as the safety car took to the track. With the clock ticking down the YART team delivered a miracle and were able to get the R1 back on track in record time, re-joining in 27th position.  With any chance of a race victory now impossibly distant, the team’s focus was now switched to completing the 24 hours and taking as many points as possible for damage limitation to their title hopes. The night hours flew past, with Fritz, Canepa and Parkes making steady inroads into the gap to the front pack, gradually moving up despite losing all electronic rider aids as a result of the crash. As dawn broke at 7am the team were incredibly back to 6th place and looking more determined than ever.  As victory became a more realistic target, so the team’s pace increased even further, Australian Parkes scoring the fastest lap of the race some 500 laps in! As the morning wound on, the team were able to reach second position and had established a race-winning pace that put them on target to catch and pass the leaders. With a better fuel strategy to support them, they were unfortunate to be denied the opportunity to make it a reality as the final safety car of the 24hour race came out, dashing hopes of a win.  YART Yamaha eventually brought it home in 2nd position, having made a dramatic comeback from a serious crash and mechanical repair, taking 2nd in the title challenge as the season begins and scoring 33 provisional points.  On top of an incredible performance by YART this weekend, the teams benefiting from Yamaha’s extended support program in the FIM Endurance World Championship got off to a flying start. YART shared the podium with Germany’s WEPOL Racing who were amongst the first to sign up for the added Yamaha support program and finished the first round of the season in third. France’s Yamaha Viltaïs Pierret Experiences put in a consistent performance throughout the marathon race as well, finishing 15th overall and taking home 6 points from the event. The Maco Racing Team of Slovakia put in a solid performance, finishing the 24-hour race just outside of the points but with excellent experience to build on. French outfit 3ART were putting in solid lap times for the first 12 hours of the 2018 Bol d’Or as well, but unfortunately had to retire shortly after the half way point was reached. Moto AIN also had to retire earlier in the race. With four more races to go in the season, the Yamaha supported teams are all looking forwards to getting back on the track and putting more points on the board.  Broc Parkes  “It’s frustrating that the safety car came out at the end, the leaders had no fuel left, one more lap and we would have had them, but to be fair at 5pm yesterday I thought we were going home! To come back from where we did to get the finish we did is great. The team worked really well, when we had the problem and came back, it was bigger than expected but they worked super fast and got us back out there, we never gave up and it worked out.”  Marvin Fritz  “My teammates did an amazing job, everyone rode perfectly. After Niccolò’s crash our R1 was repaired super fast. Luckily there was a safety car and so we could get back out and into 27th position. We were so far back that we aimed just to finish, but the race turned into something very different. I made my first Endurance start yesterday which was really special and I was able to finish the race as well, so a big thanks to the team for this.”  Niccolò Canepa  “I’m really happy, everything worked well and my teammates are consistent. It was a crazy race, from the beginning to the end. After three hours I thought it was over but we were able to come back and fight for potential victory at the end. Every stint we were catching them and finally we got down to 10 seconds and we were one second a lap faster with 45 minutes to go. It would have been possible to pass them, unfortunately the safety car arrived at the worst possible moment, but thats Endurance!”  Mandy Kainz  “We didnt give up and we pushed until the end, finally the boys made it. In endurance everyone has problems, so it was expected that we had an issue, No one has no problems in a 24hrs race! Niccolò’s crash left a hole in the bike and we lost nearly all the oil! After the crash we had no electronics for traction control, wheelie control etc. which makes it an amazing performance by the boys. It was a fantastic job by the crew as well to get the bike repaired and back out there as quickly as possible. Without the last safety car we could have closed in on the leader for the win, our boys were fresh and ready for it. It’s a great start to the championship for us, and a great result for Yamaha.”

 

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See! Who needs rider aids anyway! 😳😅 Great comeback YART! 🏍💨👍

Ohne die Leistungen in der MGP usw. schmälern zu wollen, doch in Wahrheit ist doch Endurance die tatsächliche Königsklasse im Motorradrennsport. 698 Runden (!!) allein beim Bol d’Or (ein Rossi fährt rund 500 Rennrunden - pro Jahr…) und in jedem Langstreckenlauf mehr Dramen als in der kompletten GP Saison! Nicht falsch verstehen, ich liebe die Sprint-WM Klassen. Aber die Endurance WM führt bei uns ein völlig ungerechtfertigtes und unverdientes Schattendasein und deren Protagonisten werden zudem viel zu oft übergangen wenn es um die Würdigung motorsportlicher Leistungen geht. Gratulation Mandy Kainz, Superleistung und ein gutes Fundament für diese Saison!

Schade, dass noch zum Schluss eine Safety Car Phase kam. Der Sieg wäre mehr als verdient gewesen. Go Nr.7

Congratulations to Yamaha YART of Austria 🇦🇹👍👍 Best ever come back 🏁🏁👍👍

Nice Job YART TEAM 👍👌 Looking forward for next season 💪👍👌

👍 Wahnsinns Leistung. Super Arbeit 😃

So good !!! I hope for you a season like 2009 👍

Congratulation!!! Best team!

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1 month ago

Yamaha Austria Racing Team

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congratulations to YART an in front Marvin Fritz 😎👍🏼

Yes congratulations to YART great result guys 😀

Claudine Maffiolo quelle course à rebondissements encore cette année ... belle performance du YART 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

incredible, was für eine Teamleistung! Gratulation 👏👍

Mil Felicitaciones YART y Viva YAMAHA YART Y LA R1!!!! VAMOS POR LA GLORIA, LA VICTORIA Y EL CAMPEONATOOO, LOS SIGO POR SIEMPREEEEEEE!!!!

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We are so happy to finish second after a dramatic first part of the race. We fought to come back in the front. We start this new 2018-19 season on a good point.

 

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What have you done-especially after crash, defines meaning of a word champions. Congratulations team #7 YART! Andrej

Congratulations to #7 Yamaha YART 🇦🇹 👍👍

Congrats, awesome job!

Glückwunsch, mehr als verdient!

Congratulation 🥈#respect 👍🏼

Super!!!!

Congratulations YART (y)

Congratulation

Great job team 🎉🎉

Super!!!!💪💪

👏👏👏

Great job 👍🏻👍🏻

Amazing teamwork...👍💪

well done! 👏👏

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3 hours to the end all 3 riders push hard to try to catch the podium !

 

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Was für spannende 24 Std.!!! Platz 2 am Ende mit dem Sieg vor den Augen! Nur die letzte SC-Phase verhinderte den Sieg! GRATULATION an das Team <3

Bravo les gars on y croit à la première, je cois en vous

Go go go Yart ✌✌✌✌

incredible, was für eine Teamleistung!

Good job 👌👌👌👍👍👍👍💪💪💪🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅

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5h30 to the end we are fighting for the top 5 !

 

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Amazing scenery....! Great pictures ... great team...

Good luck YART

Step by step we continue to fight... The bike is now on 7th position after 10h30.
Yes we are back on the top 10 after the 8hours race. We continue to fight to get more position.

 

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You all do an amazing job...., keep going stR1ong👍

Well done

Yes top Leistung vom ganzen Team ✌️✌️🤘🤘

es gas is rechts

Gazzzzzz

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Close to pass the 3 hours race the number 7 continue in fourth position at 20 second from the leader.

 

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Crash...hope Niccoló is O.K. Bike on track again...Still long way to go. We are holding breath, we are holding fingers crossed. Go#7, go YART! Andrej

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