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Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP |News details:11th Edition Master Camp Riders Enjoy Hot Day-1 Flat Track Action

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On the first day of the 11th Yamaha VR46 Master Camp, the riders were joined by Moto3 rider Andrea Migno, 2021 MotoGP eSport World Champion Lorenzo Daretti, and multiple Flat Track Champion Marco Belli for respectively Pilates at the Fisio Gym, and MotoGP eSports and Flat Track training at the VR46 Motor Ranch.

Tavullia (Italy), 8th June 2022

The 11th Yamaha VR46 Master Camp students were put to the test on Day 1. They started the first day of the programme with a Pilates session at the Fisio Gym, followed by MotoGP eSport training with instructor Lorenzo Daretti (Trastevere73) and their first flat track riding Master Class at the VR46 Motor Ranch with expert Marco Belli.

Led by trainer Carlo Casabianca and VR46 Academy rider Andrea Migno, the new Master Camp pupils Passkon Sanluang (aged 19) and Worapot Thongdonmaun (aged 16) from Thailand, Aldi Satya Mahendra (aged 15) from Indonesia, MD Aliff Danial Bin Muhammad Asri (aged 18) from Malaysia, and Maiki Abe (aged 18) from Japan found Pilates a relaxing and also good workout option for the hot conditions.

After a quick lunch break, they headed to the VR46 Motor Ranch where Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Daretti was ready to introduce them to the world of MotoGP eSport using top-level MSI Gaming equipment.

Having learned about the importance of concentration and training your brain, the riders were keen to put Daretti’s tips to the test during their first Flat Track lesson. They were as taken with three-time English Flat Track Champion and two-time American and European Flat Track Champion Marco Belli as all Yamaha VR46 Master Camp visitors before them. The super likable ‘King of the Sands’ went into detail about riding position and throttle control and helped the riders adjust to their YZ250F bikes in this new discipline for them.

“It’s a really good group!”, said Belli. “They adapted to the track and the motorcycle instantly. We didn’t want to push them too much, because it’s the first day at the Motor Ranch, which always brings up a lot of emotion, and they also came here with a bit of a jet lag.

“The first part of the training was to the point, and they concentrated really well, so they could immediately go on the Americana track. Okay, we do have to correct some mistakes they’re making, but that’s normal. They are young and when they start to push, they forget what we told them about technique. But overall, today was really good, so I have high expectations.”


You can watch the Day 1 review video HERE.

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