On October 6th and 7th, the Dornoland MX Raceway Park circuit turns blue to try out the new Yamaha YZs. The arrival of the new Yamaha MX 2019 models marks a crucial moment of the season to test the bikes and share an exciting experience. The launch of the new entry YZ65, the new YZ85, together with the renewed YZ-F range, decrees Yamaha's total commitment to the Motocross world, with the clear goal of bringing the pilots in blue into VictorYZone. At the weekend the riders will be able to preview the Yamaha YZ and discover all the technical innovations. In testing the two-stroke YZ65, YZ85 and YZ125, the all-new YZ250F and four-stroke YZ450F. For the little ones the test of the PW50 and TT-R50, under the guidance of the instructors of the Junior Moto School, in a track made specifically for beginners where the kids and families will know the world of motocross. For the older ones, the YZ65 and YZ85 will be tested, two test formulas. For pilots the opportunity to try the bike on the main track, while the less experienced will try on the track of minicross reserved for them under the supervision of Jordi Manzoni of the Federal school IMCG. For the occasion will be present the teams and drivers participating in the Motocross World Championship.
The customer registration on the circuit will open at 9.00, the rehearsals will begin at 10.00 and will end at 4.30 pm, each round will be 30 minutes total, there will be a break for lunch from 13.00 to 14.00 , 00.
Customers who want to try the bikes, will have to pre-register by choosing the model of motorcycle, the timetable and book the test sessions starting from 10 September at the following link:
Customers can book a maximum of 2 shifts per day online, subject to availability. Alternatively, compatibly with the availability of shifts, register directly on the track on the day of the test.
The tests are aimed at all pilots licensed FMI, AICS and UISP with their own complete technical clothing, boots and helmet protection.
For all underage pilots the presence of parents holding parental authority is required
The pilots who want to try the YZ65 or YZ85 will have to have the FMI, AICS or UISP racing license.
Only for the boys who will test the PW50 / TT-R50 with the Junior Moto School will not require a competitive license, the clothing will be made available by the organization.