Yamaha unveils its 2023 team liveries

written by: Shawn Hensley

Yamaha has four teams for the 2023 season: Pata Yamaha Prometeon, GYRT GRT Yamaha, GMT94 Yamaha, and Yamaha Motoxracing. Toprak Razgatlioglu heads the Pata Yamaha team with Andrea Locatelli.

Razgatlioglu finished second in 2022 with 14 wins and a total of 32, bouncing back from a tough start. He was 72 points behind Bautista.

Razgatlioglu aims to win races, acknowledging the challenge posed by strong competitors. He appreciates Yamaha's winter work and looks forward to testing bike improvements.

Close to record lap time seen in Jerez, pleased with new Pata Yamaha Prometeon WorldSBK colours. Work continues for improvements, ready to race soon.

Locatelli's third season in WorldSBK in 2023, saw him finish fifth overall with two podiums and 22 top six finishes, losing fourth spot by 19 points to Michael Ruben Rinaldi.

Locatelli is thrilled to start the season with a short winter. His goal is to close the gap, fight for the podium, and win.

GYRT GRT Yamaha has a new line-up with Remy Gardner and Dominique Aegerter, who won Moto2 and World Supersport World Champion. Gardner struggled in MotoGP and finished 23rd.

Bradley Ray joins Yamaha’s five-rider line-up and will race in the European rounds of the 2022 Bennetts British Superbike Championship. He debuts at Portimao.

The opening round of the 2023 WSB season takes place at Phillip Island on February 24-26.