Wednesday, March 19, 2014

2014 Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha YZR-M1 unveiled in Qatar

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Today, at the Losail Circuit in Doha, Qatar, Yamaha took the covers off their 2014 Movistar YZR-M1 and Valentino 'The Doctor' Rossi. "We have worked very hard in the testing to make some of my issues from last year better and we have found some really good speed. I have been able to be very competitive and been with the fastest riders during testing. We have a competitive bike to fight for the podium this weekend. I have a great feeling with the bike and I can’t wait to start the season," said Rossi. "We start the season in the best possible way, showing our fans a beautiful livery. Now we must do our best to collect good results on track," he added.

"One of our most important missions is to succeed in MotoGP, the pinnacle of motorcycle racing. We are now preparing for this year’s campaign, when we hope to capture the MotoGP championship. With superstars Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi on board, we expect to enjoy many fine performances by Movistar Yamaha MotoGP, ultimately leading to the championship," said Hiroyuki Yanagi, President, Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

"This is one of the most exciting starts to a season that I can remember. This winter has been very intense behind the scenes. Our engineers have been working tirelessly to improve every aspect of the bike’s performance and our riders have been preparing themselves physically and mentally for this very important new season. It is great to welcome Movistar back in the world of MotoGP and I am delighted to have so many passionate sponsors and partners on board with us for this new campaign. We will do our maximum to get the results everybody craves for. We are ready, we are hungry and we are excited to go racing," said Lin Jarvis, Managing Director, Yamaha Motor Racing.

"Our sponsorship of Yamaha’s MotoGP Team is an investment in Movistar’s relationship with the motoring world in general and MotoGP in particular. We want to contribute to the sport, and there is no better way to do it than by accompanying Yamaha and their two champions Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi on their journey. Being part of this team is one more milestone in Movistar’s global activity to support the development of the MotoGP World Championship, of which we are already part, thanks to the Movistar TV’s brand new channel, Movistar MotoGP. With exclusive contents from Wednesday to Sunday each GP week, and by offering a unique way of watching the championship to our audience, we are trying to support a sport with which we share DNA," concluded Luis Velo, Director of Media, Telef√≥nica Spain.

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