Hit the track with your own Yamaha!
What is there to do?
During the Yamaha trackdays you can of course go on the track with your own Yamaha, but that’s not all there is to do. For example, there is the possibility to extensively test the latest R models – such as the R6 GYTR and the R1 GYTR. If you don’t want to go on the track, you can also do a tour or even an off-road ride on the Ténéré 700. Lunch is provided at every event. Yummy! Circuit experience is not necessary. The events are about fun without an element of competition.
When are the Yamaha Trackdays?
Yamaha organizes a total of three events, spread over Dutch and Belgian circuits. Below you can see when you need to be where and what it costs to register.
• May 20, 2022 – Assen, Netherlands
The first Yamaha Track Day is at TT Circuit Assen, on May 20. This circuit is without doubt the most beautiful motorcycle circuit in the Netherlands and it is not for nothing that it has been on the official Grand Prix calendar since 1930. The costs for this track day are 160 euros.
• May 26, 2022: Mettet, Belgium
Within a week you can go wild at Circuit Jules Tacheny in Mettet, Belgium. This is a small but challenging circuit. The ‘corkscrew’ halfway through the track guarantees spectacle. Registration for this event costs 145 euros.
• June 30 + July 1, 2022: Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
The Yamaha event at Spa lasts no less than two days: June 30 and July 1. Because Yamaha is celebrating its 67th birthday here, there will be a barbecue on the evening of June 30, followed by a big party. Several Team Yamaha drivers will be there for you to meet and talk to. Because it concerns a weekend, the total costs are slightly higher for this weekend, namely 560 euros.
More information and registration can be done on the Yamaha website.