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Movistar Yamaha Rider Lorenzo Wins 2015 MotoGP World Championship With A Flag-To-Flag Race Victory In Spain FIM MotoGP World Championship Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo Cheste, Valencia, Spain November 8, 2015 Round 18 of 18 At Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP teammates Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi battled for the 2015 World Championship. Jorge defended first place from his pursuers from start to finish to secure the 40th MotoGP victory of his career and win the Championship by five points over Valentino. The Doctor started the race from 26th and dead-last on the grid, cut though the field like a knife through butter, and took a hard-fought fourth place to finish second in the 2015 MotoGP points standings. Jorge started from pole after his perfect lap in Saturday’s qualifying and delivered the same perfection on Sunday. He got the holeshot over Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa and ran consistently fast laps throughout the race. Despite pressure from Marquez and Pedrosa, who started to close in with seven laps remaining, Jorge rode like a true champion, not allowing his Spanish compatriots to make him lose his concentration for even a second. Teammate Valentino started from the back of the grid and climbed all the up to ninth position by the end of lap three. The flying Italian then picked off rider after rider in the ensuing laps and fought all the way up to fourth place, just five points short of a title win. With 14 laps left to change the fate of the 2015 World Championship, Vale faced the task of bridging an 11.488-second gap to Dani Pedrosa in third place. He pushed as hard as he could, but the ride to the front of the field had asked too much of his tires. And, even though his teammate Jorge’s pace slowed slightly as he battled Marquez and Pedrosa, The Doctor was unable to make up any ground and took the flag for the last time in the 2015 season in fourth place, 19.789 seconds from the front. Despite Vale's inspired ride, it was Jorge who gave Yamaha the 2015 MotoGP World Championship. Jorge’s title completed the Triple Crown for Yamaha, which had already been awarded the Manufacturer’s and Team titles for 2015.

2015 MotoGP Final Points 11/8/15 Pos. Rider Points 1 Jorge Lorenzo – Yamaha 330 2 Valentino Rossi – Yamaha 325 3 Marc Marquez 242 4 Dani Pedrosa 206 5 Andrea Iannone 188

Yamaha bLU cRU Rider Cooper Webb Wins Supercross of Genoa In Italy Monster Energy Supercross of Genoa Palasport di Genoa Genoa, Italy November 7, 2015 Traveling to Genoa, Italy, to compete in the 2015 Supercross of Genoa, Cooper Webb took the overall win in the SX1 class aboard his Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha YZ450F, with a second-place result in the first main event and a victory in main event two. Cooper got on the top of the box in an all-American podium that also included Broc Tickle in second Justin Bogle in third.

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