This is the 4-stroke machine developed for the 2002 MotoGP. It mounts a lightweight, compact design 4-stroke, 5-valve, in-line 4, less than 990cc engine mounted on a new Deltabox frame based on the YZR500, famous for its excellent handling qualities.
Liquid-cooled 4-Stroke DOHC 5-valve in-line4
Less than 990cm3
/ in accordance with FIM regulation
This is Yamaha's factory machine for the road race GP500 class, the pinnacle of motorcycle racing. Based on the 2000 model that won the manufacturers championship, the 2001 model on display was developed for even greater competitiveness.
Liquid-cooled 2-Stroke V4
This is Yamaha's factory machine for the road race GP250 class. The 2001 model on display is a further evolution of the 2000 model that won both the riders and manufacturers championships, featuring even greater overall competitiveness based on further maturation of the engine and handling performance.
Liquid-cooled 2-Stroke V-twin
Based on the production model YZF-R7, with its chassis designed with full use of Yamaha's GP race technology and a super-compact engine, this is the factory machine developed for even greater competitive potential for the 2001 Suzuka 8-hour Endurance Race.
Liquid-cooled 4-Stroke DOHC 5-valve, parallel4
This is the factory machine that Jeremy McGrath rode in 2000 to capture his third straight AMA Supercross Championship title. Based on the YZ250 production racer, this model boasts high competitive potential with its further matured engine and chassis performance.