News Yamaha & MMP Extend Partnership

Yamaha & MMP Extend Partnership

Yamaha Champions Riding School

Miller Motorsports Park and Yamaha are pleased to announce they have extended their agreement through the end of 2012.

John Larson (General Manager of Miller Motorsports Park) says: "We are very excited to extend our relationship with Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S.A. Yamaha has been an outstanding partner. Their enthusiasm has helped propel the Yamaha Champions Riding School to the top ranks of motorcycle training programs, and we look forward to continuing our good work together."

Yamaha provides vehicles and support for the Yamaha Champions Riding School, which is based at Miller Motorsports Park and also conducts classes at Las Vegas Motor Speedway during the winter months and selected other schools at racetracks across North America.

Kevin Foley
(Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S.A. Media Relations Manager) says: "The Yamaha Champions Riding School has proven to be among the best motorcycle riding schools in the world and we are proud to be involved in this program with Miller Motorsports Park."

Nick Ienatsch
(lead instructor) says: "The Yamaha Champions Riding School is designed to help any rider learn the techniques used by the best riders in the world. This results in not only safer riding, but more fun each and every time that person goes out to ride."

"Yamaha has the best riders in the world and they have been a great support of the school. Riders like Ben Spies, Scott Russell, Josh Hayes, Josh Herrin, Tommy Aquino, Ben Bostrom and more have all been to our school as guest instructors and have helped to make the school a success."

For information regarding Miller Motorsports Park, call 435-277-RACE (7223) or visit the track’s website at MillerMotorsportsPark.com. For more information on the Yamaha Champions Riding School, visit MMPSchools.com or call 435-277-8799. For more information on Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S.A., visit their website at Yamaha-Motor.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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