The 2021 World Superbike champion will group up with the Iwata marque’s common check rider Cal Crutchlow on the Spanish circuit for 2 days of testing from 10-11 April.
Razgatlioglu beforehand examined the YZR-M1 final June in an outing at Motorland Aragon which was reduce brief on account of inclement climate.
The Turkish rider, who rides for Yamaha’s works WSBK outfit, is sitting second within the standings of the production-based sequence after scoring a win and two seconds in the latest spherical at Mandalika final month.
“I’m wanting ahead to testing the YZR-M1 MotoGP bike at Jerez, a monitor I like quite a bit,” mentioned Razgatlioglu, who was linked to a switch to MotoGP through his Yamaha connections in 2022.
“The final check in Aragon was restricted by the climate, however in Jerez it appears to be like like we’ll have higher circumstances and extra monitor time.
“It’s going to give me the prospect to grasp higher the calls for of racing a manufacturing facility MotoGP bike. Because of Yamaha for giving me this chance.”
Lin Jarvis, Yamaha Manufacturing unit Racing
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Yamaha MotoGP group boss Lin Jarvis is about to attend the Jerez check earlier than heading to the USA for the championship’s go to to the Circuit of the Americas, and is keen to witness Razgatlioglu’s progress.
“Firstly, let me say it’s our pleasure to have the ability to give Toprak one other alternative to trip the YZR-M1,” mentioned Jarvis.
“I used to be unable to be current at his earlier check however this time I shall be in Jerez to observe the testing and I’ll depart straight from there to attend the Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin subsequent weekend.
“Toprak is a very gifted motorbike racer, and I’m very curious to see his pace on our manufacturing facility MotoGP machine. He may have the prospect to trip alongside Cal who shall be there for the continuing growth testing of our 2023 YZR-M1.”
Yamaha has endured a troublesome begin to the 2023 MotoGP marketing campaign, sitting fourth within the constructors’ standings, with Franco Morbidelli’s fourth in Argentina its best result of the year so far.