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Registration open for 2023 Yamaha R3 European Championship

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Registration for the Yamaha R3 European Championship are now open ahead of the 2023 season Now entering its third season, following another successful campaign in 2022, young riders can today sign up for the 2023 Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Championship, which will once again support selected rounds of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship.

After launching its inaugural campaign in 2021, the Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Championship has opened the door into world championship racing for several young riders, with this year’s winner, 18-year-old Brazilian Enzo Valentim, set to make his full-season FIM Supersport 300 World Championship debut in 2023, benefiting from Yamaha Motor Europe support. “It was another incredible season for the Yamaha R3 bLU cRU European Championship in 2022; the level of the racing was very high, and we saw great progression from our young riders throughout the season,” said Paolo Pavesio, Yamaha Motor Europe Marketing and Motorsport Director. “It was also amazing to see our riders from the last year’s series perform so strongly in their first WorldSSP300 championship campaign this year.

They clearly benefitted from their experience in the R3 bLU cRU Championship, and we believe there are some who can fight for race wins and maybe even the title in 2023. “It was also nice to see such diversity in the Championship this year, with both male and female riders from all over the globe competing, and we are sure that will continue next season.

We look forward to welcoming the next generation of motorcycle racing talent into the WorldSBK paddock in 2023, and we know that the top teams will be following the racing closely.” You could be the next rider to fight for the opportunity to join the likes of

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