MotoGP 2020 Liveries

Enthusiasts of the MotoGP are clambering for any new updates regarding the upcoming season. They were pleasantly surprised with the two most notable teams in MotoGP revealed their upcoming liveries. This includes the Yamaha Petronas-AMG outfit and the Suzuki MGP unit. Following the standard release protocols for Yamaha, a special event was held for the newly revealed motorcycles. Held in Sepang, Franco Morbidelli and Fabio Quartararo unveiled their new operational vehicles. Lin Jarvis was also in attendance, with these three men being the dominate leaders behind Yamaha Petronas-AMG.

There weren’t many alterations to the physical design of their 2020 model, with the same black and teal colour scheme implemented. These are the defining colours behind the Petronas brand, with the same aerodynamic layout provided. Differences apply to the internals that operates this vehicle, with Petronas confirming an 11% increase in power from the 2019 MotoGP Season. It should be noted that Yamaha won the Independent Team Championship last year, with their title driver coming 5th in the standings.

One of the substantial changes for the Yamaha Petronas-AMG outfit is the addition of a new driver, with that being France’s Franco Quartararo. Marking his 2nd season in MotoGP, this man received priority placement with one of the top teams. It followed after he acquired several poles, showing a better performance than their newly retired, Valentino Rossi. It prompted executives, Lin Jarvis and Franco Morbidelli, to hire this recently cemented driver before another organization.

Franco Quartararo now has a two-year contract with the Factory Yamaha Outfit. It should be noted that Valentino Rossi could return to Yamaha before the seasons start, meaning the middle-aged racer would compete against fresh blood. It could potentially ruin his last season in MotoGP, prompting most sporting analysts to believe he’ll retire early.

Suzuki’s Livery

The secondary outfit that unveiled their livery for the 2020 MotoGP Season was the factory Suzuki team. Their colour scheme is entirely new entering the next championship series, with the livery representing the 60th birthday of Suzuki. The familiar logo colours from this brand have been implemented, including the Light Blue and Slate Silver. The livery is similar to the 50cc Suzuki in 1962, which one multiple championship that year.

Considering it’s the 1st championship that Suzuki’s motorcycle outfit had ever won, this livery is suitable for their 60th anniversary. This motorcycle was unveiled by Joan Mir and Alex Rins, with both maintaining notable campaigns last year. Alex Rins became the 4th best driver in the MotoGP standings throughout 2019. Suzuki hopes to repeat history or perform better with the upcoming season.

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