Five new Yamaha talents have arrived in Tavullia, Italy, ready to take part in the 11th edition of the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp, held from 7-11 June 2022.
Tavullia (Italy), 7th June 2022
Five up-and-coming Asian Yamaha talents have travelled to Tavullia to take part in the 11th edition of the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp training programme, held this week from 7-11 June.

The new Master Camp students include Passkon Sanluang (aged 19) and Worapot Thongdonmaun (aged 16) from Thailand, Aldi Satya Mahendra (aged 15) from Indonesia, MD Aliff Danial Bin Muhammad Asri (aged 18) from Malaysia, and Maiki Abe (aged 18) from Japan. They all passed a physical check officially allowing them to take part in this illustrious training opportunity.

With the help of racing experts, VR46 Academy riders, and 2022 MotoGP eSport Champion Lorenzo Daretti they will complete a full-on schedule including: MiniGP, road racing (made possible by Yamalube, Akrapovič, and Pirelli), MotoGP eSport (made possible by MSI Gaming), and flat track riding and soft cross at the VR46 Motor Ranch (made possible by Oakley, Alpinestars, and VR46).

Those eager to know more and curious about the goings on at the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp can easily stay up to date. News, images, and videos from the event will be posted regularly on its dedicated media channels throughout the eleventh edition:

You can watch the Day 0 video HERE.

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You can watch the Day 0 video HERE.
Passkon Sanluang

Passkon Sanluang

I hope to get as much as I possibly can out of the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp training experience. I want to learn as much as I can because I want to use it for my future career. I’m eagerly waiting for the flat track training to begin, because it will be my first time. I’m so excited!
Worapot Thongdonmaun

Worapot Thongdonmaun

I hope to shine like a star and join the Moto2 one day. By joining the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp I can show how good I am. I already knew about the programme, and I always wanted to come here to ride the different motorbikes in Tavullia and visit the Misano World Circuit. And now my dream is coming true!
Aldi Satya Mahendra

Aldi Satya Mahendra

At the Master Camp I wish to learn how to improve my skills. I’m interested in learning how to perform better and be fast on a track no matter what type of surface, because they can give you a very different experience.
MD Aliff Danial Bin Muhammad Asri

MD Aliff Danial Bin Muhammad Asri

I hope to gain experience and improve my overall skills. Today I am very happy to have met new and highly professional people. My main interest is motocross, so that’s the session I’m most looking forward too.
Maiki Abe

Maiki Abe

This is my first excursion abroad in Europe, and I think the level of riders here at the Master Camp is very high, so I am really excited to start the activities. The thing I'm looking forward to is trying eSport since I don't know what that involves. I have never trained in that way before.