Riders  Overview:

Niccoló CANEPA


Marvin FRITZ


Niccoló Canepa

Niccolò Canepa was born in Genoa in 1988. He starts his career riding minibikes in the Italian Championship. At the age of 14, he became the youngest rider ever to race a 600cc bike in a National Championship. His career on two wheels is full of successes. He won the World STK Championship, he raced in a Motogp full season, a Moto2 full season and many seasons in the Superbike World Championship. He is one of the most important italian rider in activity.

He is also the first Italian in the history to win EWC Championship and also the first Italian to win the Bol d’Or. Niccolò is also the Factory Yamaha Superbike Team test rider.

Date of birth: 14.05.1988
Place of birth: Genua
Nationality: Italian
Marital state:


2005 – 4th European Championship 600
2006 – 2nd EuropeanChampionship  600
2007WSTK 1000 Champion , 2 Victories
2008 – Testrider MotoGp Team Ducati
2009 – MotoGP Ducati Pramac
2010 – World Championship Moto2
2011 – 4th WSTK 1000
2012 – WSBK
2013 – 2nd WSTK 1000
2014 – 2nd WSBK Evo
2015 – WSBK
2016 – 2nd FIM EWC
2017FIM EWC Champion , 4 Victories
2019 – Victory 8 Hours Slovakiaring 
2020 – Victory 12 Hours Estoril , Victory 8 Hours Sepang , 2nd FIM EWC
2023 Champion – FIM EWC, YART Yamaha EWC Official Team

Marvin Fritz

German IDM Superbike champion Marvin Fritz joins YART after a dominant debut season that saw him take three double wins on board his YZF-R1M.

As the son of German racer Wolfgang Fritz, new YART signing Marvin was born into the racing paddock. He lined up for his first race as a four year old on a 50cc motocross machine, switching to tarmac in 2002 and becoming a national minibike champion the following year, at the age of 10.

Marvin went on to compete in the IDM 125cc championship between 2006 and 2010. He would also ride four times as a wild-card in the 125cc World Championship, scoring points for a 14th place finish at Assen in 2009. Marvin’s switch to four strokes followed and he competed six times in the European Superstock 600 championship between 2011 and 2012. A breakthrough season came in 2014, when he won the IDM Supersport class on a Yamaha YZF-R6. The following year saw him remain with Yamaha but switching to 1000cc bikes, in the IDM Superstock class, before winning the Superbike class at his first attempt last year.

For 2017, Fritz will also run a Yamaha YZF-R1 in the European Superstock Championship alongside his commitments for YART.

Date of birth: 20.04.1993
Place of birth: Mosbach
Nationality: German
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 65 kg
Marital state:
Hobbies: Joggen, Mountanbike, Schwimmen


Karel Hanika

Karel Hanika started his motorcycle career racing minibikes at the age of seven. Karel became the 125cc Austria and Czech Republic Champion. He is the 2013 Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup champion and the 2013 European Moto3 champion. In 2014 and 2015, Hanika raced in the Moto3 world championship.

In the 2019/20 Endurance World Championship season, Hanika joined the YART Yamaha EWC Official Team.

In 2023 he became EWC Champion with YART. Karel Hanika will be part of the YART Yamaha EWC Official Team in the 2024 FIM Endurance World Championship to defend the title.

Date of birth: 14.04.1996
Place of birth: Brno
Nationality: Czech Republic
Marital state



2012 – 3rd RedBull Roockies Cup
2013 – European Moto 3 Champion
2013 – RedBull Roockies Cup Champion
2014 – MOTO3  Red Bull KTM Ajo
2015 – MOTO3  Red Bull KTM Ajo
2016 – MOTO3  Mahindra
2017 – MOTO2  Kalex
2018 – WSBK Yamaha
2020 – Victory 12 Hours Estoril , Victory 8 Hours Sepang , 2nd FIM EWC
2021 – 7th – FIM EWC, YART Yamaha EWC Official Team
2022 6th – FIM EWC, YART Yamaha EWC Official Team
2023 – Champion – FIM EWC, YART Yamaha EWC Official Team

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