However, Yamaha Racing Managing Director, Lin Jarvis, acknowledged that creating a new satellite team is not without its challenges. One of the biggest challenges is finding the right partners to work with. The company will need to work with a team that has a proven track record of success in the MotoGP world championship and that has the resources and expertise to help Yamaha improve its performance.
Another obstacle is the cost of creating and running a satellite team. MotoGP is an expensive sport, and creating a new team requires a significant investment. Yamaha will need to find a way to finance the team and ensure that it has the resources it needs to compete at the highest level.
Despite these obstacles, Yamaha is confident that it can create a successful satellite team for the 2024 MotoGP season. The company has a strong reputation in the sport and has a proven track record of success, including winning multiple rider and constructor championships in the past. With the right partners and resources, Yamaha is confident that it can improve its performance and compete at the highest level once again.
Yamaha also plans to improve in 2025 by focusing on the engine and overall bike performance to be more competitive. This plan is being worked on by the company to achieve the goal of being at the top of the MotoGP competition once again.
In conclusion, Yamaha is facing some obstacles in creating a new satellite team for the 2024 MotoGP season, but the company, under the direction of Lin Jarvis, is confident that it can overcome these challenges and create a successful team. With the right partners and resources, Yamaha is confident that it can improve its performance and compete at the highest level once again.