Jorge Lorenzo Explains Why He Chose To Stay With Yamaha

Jorge Lorenzo Explains Why He Chose To Stay With Yamaha

Besides Casey Stoner’s shocking retirement, the off-track news of the year thus far in MotoGP is Jorge Lorenzo’s decision to stay with Yamaha.

Jorge Lorenzo Re-Signs With Yamaha For Two More Years

Jorge Lorenzo Re-Signs With Yamaha For Two More Years

Current MotoGP points leader Jorge Lorenzo has re-signed with Yamaha on a two-year contract, ending speculation that the rider could head to another team at the end of the season.

The Dirt Bike Guy: Is Yamaha’s 2013 Dirt Bike Lineup Slightly Dissappointing?

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I love the summer, not only because it means I have more time to go riding, but also because all the major manufacturers are announcing their plans for their new models.

Tommy Hayden Signs With Yamaha Through End Of The Season

Tommy Hayden road as a sub at Road America, now he is signed to the team - Photo: Brian J. Nelson

After initially starting in the series as a substitute for the injured Garett Gerloff, Tommy Hayden has signed an extended deal with Graves Yamaha that will see him finish out the Daytona SportBike season.

Jorge Lorenzo Looks Strong At Aragon Test

Jorge Lorenzo had a major win at his home track of Catalunya in Spain.

While Casey Stoner entered the MotoGP season as the clear favorite for the championship, the story of the year so far has been the riding of Jorge Lorenzo. It seems Stoner has certainly lost his edge after publicly announcing his retirement at the end of the year, and since then Lorenzo has stepped up to […]