The first YZR-M1 four-stroke racer also turned out to be Max Biaggi's last Yamaha. In developing the M1, Yamaha actually engineered the frame around the basic structure of the YZR500. The new, inline-four-cylinder, four-stroke, carbureted engine actually started out with a displacement of 942cc and, in the second half of the season, it progressed up to the full 990cc displacement limit. In his final season with Yamaha, Biaggi rode the machine to 8 podiums, 4 poles, and 2 victories (Czech Republic and Malaysia), and he finished the 2002 season 2nd in the standings.
This is easily one of the most beautiful art prints that we have offered in the Soup Store. Printed on large-format, 11.75" x 16.5", heavy, archival-quality stock, these prints feature vibrant, UV-stable ink and a dedication to detail that borders on obsession.
Price: $50.03 including shipping. US Orders Only.
Each print shipped in a heavy duty tube, and every order comes with free Soup decals.