Yamaha YZF-R3 and the Buddh International Circuit
While this could be the best Diwali gift for the bike lovers around as the brand Yamaha offers a chance to ride with Lorenzo at the Buddh International Circuit once you purchase the YZF-R3
While this could be the best Diwali gift for the bike lovers around, as the brand Yamaha offers a chance to ride with Lorenzo at the Buddh International Circuit, once you purchase the YZF-R3. Calling out for the MotoGP fanatics out there, here is a golden opportunity for you, once you indulge in to buying the revolutionary Yamaha YZF-R3, you could grab a chance to meet the two-time World Champion Jorge Lorenzo, yes you read it right!Yamaha is offering this bit to the existing customers also, along with the new potential buyers who are planning to purchase this evolution. In case you already own a bike, then you get to get the your registration done on the brand’s official website or in case you are planning to make a purchase this festive season for the R3 bike in the domestic market of the country, before the 190th of November 2015, who would get to try your luck, while you stand a chance to ride on a racing track along with the renowned racer.
30 of the lucky customers would be offered the opportunity to ride with Lorenzo and the winners would picked through a lucky draw following the same, Yamaha would invite them to race, officially. Yamaha would as well take care of the travelling costs along with their accommodation if in case they would come in from other states of the country. Yamaha launched the R3 earlier in the month of August this year, carrying a price tag of 3.25 lakh. The vehicle acquires its power over a 320cc, twin-cylinder mill that is essentially a jaded model of the R25's engine. Teamed up to a 6-speed gearbox, this engine produces a maximum power output of 41bhp @ 10,750rpm and 29.5Nm @ 9,000rpm. However its direct rival - the KTM RC390's engine pulls out a better power (43bhp) while the unit is a solo-cylinder mill. The bike needs nearly 2.89 seconds to hit the 60km/h mark from being stationary, and 6 seconds to reach 100km/h. The bike comes with a top-speed of 187km/h.