It's 2023 for Yamaha MotoGP: Cal Crutchlow at Mategi.

It’s 2023 for Yamaha MotoGP: Cal Crutchlow at Mategi.

Behind closed doors test for the Yamaha MotoGP Team Test with Cal Crutchlow at Twin Ring Motegi with M1 developments.

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Never before has the Yamaha MotoGP test team been as active as in this recent period. If the path has been a bit lost in recent months, there has clearly been a lot of excitement in Ivat in recent weeks. As we know Cal Crutchlow recently hit the track in Aragon, ” escort Toprak Razgatlioglu about his debut in M1. However, this is not the only test with the 2009 World Supersport Champion on the track.


These days, behind closed doors, the Yamaha MotoGP test team is back at work at the Twin Ring Motegi with Crutchlow himself. As well as functional testing for the resumption of premier class action on August 7 at Silverstone, it is also aimed at roughing up some events with a view to 2023.


At the weekend in Assen, team manager Massimo Meregalli reiterated that there would be no major news from now on. ” We will try to check different solutions for Silverstone Mayo said: but due to regulations we unfortunately cannot interfere with the engines “. Closed at the beginning of the season, it is impossible to interfere with the engines, but for 2023 the search for more power is the main goal of Yamaha engineers. This is also one of the specific guarantees requested by Fabio Quartararo during the contract renewal phase.


With Cal Crutchlow on track these days at Motegi, we reckon we’re already working on 2023, away from prying eyes. Still at the Japanese circuit, Yamaha may return to the track at the end of August to test the merits of some developments for the M1, which will run next year. Therefore, it cannot be ruled out that for the post-GP tests expected in Misano, the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP riders will find something new, and above all, a good prospect.

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