2023 Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP Full Review
2023 Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP Full Review

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2023 Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP Full Review

2023 Yamaha YZF-R1 Review

Yamaha YZF-R1 is a motorcycle that has a design like a GP engine. Yamaha Motor Corporation has created a specially delivered delivery entitled “60th World GP Commemorative Edition” for the 2022 R-Series Automotive Sports, including the YZF-R3, YZF-R7 and YZF-R1. That said, this special delivery is Yamaha’s way of commemorating the 60th anniversary of the World Grand Prix Race.

All 2022 ‘World GP 60 Th10 TH’ Models in the R series lineup have the same paint job; White with iconic red block chain, gold fork logo, black lever, special warning emblem on air box lid, red stripe on tank and tail, red and yellow Sepo-carne. They also feature an inverted tube and gold edging, to earn the respect and dedication of Yamaha riders in competition at the highest level of motorcycle racing.

At the top of the rankings, Yamaha also offers the 2022 R1M. Complete with Ohlin Electronic Suspension, as a “Special Approval” model for the WSB Race. It’s the only R series not to receive anniversary shipping, but features a new “icon performance” color play.

Full carbon fiber fairing and aluminum fuel tank, with slightly blue sides of the fairing. Up to R1 standard, World GP 60th anniversary pattern combined with black and black/blue options. None of the 1,000 CC models received a technical update from the company.

For the 2022 Model, the YZF-R3 and YZF-R1 now feature the Yamaha Team Blue Color Update option. This is also the case with graphic details and accents that are in sync with the 2022 Yamaha YZF-R7, including blue and Cyan blue accents throughout. For motorists looking for a darker option, the YZF-R3 also comes in Midnight Black and the YZF-R1 is available in Performance Black.

This time, there is a Yamaha YZF-R1 WorldGP Anniversary which is quite rare because only 2,000 units are produced in the world. Let him be 9 years old, this mog always looks cool with Yamaha racing white and red bands. Body condition is still very smooth.

In addition, his fierce face with a lighthouse in the form of a projector and firmly underground with a pair of external exhaust models. Sticky accessories are decent too, GB racing cover engine, fast shifter, frame cursor keeps escaping remus carbon slide. The price is always quite fair for a limited edition 1000 cc MME.

To celebrate the history of Grand Prix racing, Japanese automaker Yamaha has just introduced the 60th anniversary GP issue for the liter class of the YZF-R1 motorcycle. The new variant has a special visual that combines the Yamaha Heritage White styling with gold rims and red stripe graphics on the fuel tank, fairing and rear panel. However, the features and the kitchen have not changed.

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This bike has a projector main lighthouse and windshield. The Yamaha YZF-R1 GP Anniversary Edition features a powerful fuel tank, ventilated vortex, two projector main headlights, two DRLs, a lifetime windshield, high-height design design, from the front fork and a lead exhaust at the top. This bike contains a digital instrument console and LED configuration. The vehicle uses gold metal wheels wrapped in Bridgestone RS11 tires.


Driven By 998CC, 200 HP Engine

The Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP 60 years edition is powered by a 998 cc, parallel four cylinder with cross layered, liquid cooled engine that produces 199.7 hp of power and 112 nm of advanced torque. The cuisine of the track is connected to a 6-speed gearbox and a two-way quickshifter.

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The Yamaha YZF-R1 World  GP 60 Anniversary Edition is equipped with disc brakes on the front and rear wheels, as well as throttle opening, tilt detecting pull control system, launch control and Sliding control system. The suspension case on this bike is processed by an inverted telescopic fork at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear.



PXLXT 2055 mm x 690 mm x 1 150 mm

Wet motor weight 199 kg / 179 kg (seconds)

1,405 mm Distance from wheelbase

The lowest distance in the country 130 mm

seat height 855 mm

101mm trail

17 liter fuel tank capacity

The directional angle is 24 degrees


YAMAHA YZF R1 Engine performance R1

2023 Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP Full Review
2023 Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP Full Review

Type Type 4 Stroke, 16 Valve, DOHC, Liquid Cooled

Cylinder volume 998 cc

Cylinder 4 cylinder

Diameter x step 79 mm x 50.9 mm

Compression ratio 13.0:1

maximum power 147.1 kW / 1300 rpm

maximum torque 112.4 nm / 1100 rpm

electric system boot

wet lubrication system

Fuel injection combustion system with YCC-T teknologi technology

Clutch type clutch clutch

6 Speed ​​Transmission System

O-Ring Chain Chain Type

3.9 liter oil capacity

With a motorbike with Yamaha Wahid, the YAMAHA YZF R1 Motorbike also has a fairly strong and reliable engine performance in the motorsport class. This can be seen in the engine of the motorcycle engine used, both with a 998 cc motorcycle engine capacity, 4 no, dact, 16 valve and equipped with a cooling system as YAMAHA YZF R1 motorcycle is able to ‘Accelerate fast.

With a maximum speed of up to 300 km / h. Not enough to get there, the Yamaha YZF R1 bike has also been touched by Yamaha’s advanced technology, Yamaha Chip Gas control (YCC-T) and Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake (YCC-I).

For the price, in the United States, the Yamaha YZF-R1 World GP 60 Anniversary is priced at around $18,099.