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Principality of Monaco, 19.6.2021
MR MOTORSPORT MANAGEMENT e CHERUBINI MOTORSPORT ACADEMY are honored to announce the partnership with YAMAHA MOTOR - Italy branch. The Academy becomes a technical partner for the Off Road sector and offers courses for all levels with Yamaha Off Roads.
We start from the first steps with the iconic PW50, a bike that has marked the history of many little riders who later became great champions! Up to its big sister, the YZ 250 F motorcycle Champion in the Supercross Championship in the United States and protagonist of the MX2 class in the Motocross World Championship!
"I am truly honored for this collaboration, Yamaha is a manufacturer that has marked the history of motorcycling, both on and off-road.
Yamaha always has a very advanced vision on new projects, moreover it is one of the few that has not abandoned the 2T engine, continuing to develop new products for the Off Road segment, giving the possibility from a very young age to be able to approach this fantastic world. which is motorcycling.
I would like to thank all the Yamaha Management who have trusted us and who have immediately believed in our project.
Now we will work hard to try with our contribution to build even more loyalty among the customers of the Iwata House."
"I am really proud of this collaboration with a company as important as Yamaha, which after having been the manufacturer with here I signed my first contract as a professional rider in motocross, which lasted six consecutive seasons, I find myself at a distance of 23 years to sign a technical partner agreement for the CHERUBINI MOTOR-SPORT ACADEMY project coordinated by MR MOTORSPORT MANAGEMENT.
All this was also possible thanks to the collaboration with friend / partner Marco Ricciardi with whom we will continue to develop further projects always linked to the Japanese brand."