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Yamaha Celebrates Wall Of Champions At Motorsports Headquarters

Chaparral Motorsports
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February 28, 2020

Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the rededication and move of the Wall of Champions from Cypress, California to the company's Motorsports headquarters in Marietta, Georgia. The Wall of Champions chronicles riders who won professional championships while competing on a Yamaha motorcycle, ATV or Side-by-Side.

"Racing and performance are at the heart of our brand, and the Wall of Champions is a testament to Yamaha's passion, teamwork, and innovation," said Mike Martinez, Vice President of Motorsports. "The Wall of Champions is a statement of what makes Yamaha great."

The first induction ceremony for the Wall of Champions was held on November 16, 2012. Since then, close to 100 racers have been inducted for achieving more than 200 championships.

"The Wall of Champions gives us the opportunity to recognize and congratulate the racers for their hard work and dedication as they represent the Yamaha brand," said Jim Roach, Yamaha's Race Team Manager for Motorsports.

More than 100 Yamaha employees were in attendance to celebrate the rededication of the Wall of Champions.

Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the rededication and move of the Wall of Champions from Cypress, California to the company's Motorsports headquarters in Marietta, Georgia. The Wall of Champions chronicles riders who won professional championships while competing on a Yamaha motorcycle, ATV or Side-by-Side.

"Racing and performance are at the heart of our brand, and the Wall of Champions is a testament to Yamaha's passion, teamwork, and innovation," said Mike Martinez, Vice President of Motorsports. "The Wall of Champions is a statement of what makes Yamaha great."

The first induction ceremony for the Wall of Champions was held on November 16, 2012. Since then, close to 100 racers have been inducted for achieving more than 200 championships.

"The Wall of Champions gives us the opportunity to recognize and congratulate the racers for their hard work and dedication as they represent the Yamaha brand," said Jim Roach, Yamaha's Race Team Manager for Motorsports.

More than 100 Yamaha employees were in attendance to celebrate the rededication of the Wall of Champions. 

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