Yamaha Shows Its Appreciation For Colin Edwards

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The ‘Texas Tornado' Colin Edwards has called it quits from MotoGP. The American racer was born on 27th February, 1974 in Houston, Texas. He entered Superbike World Championship in 1995 and raced for Honda and Yamaha.

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Colin Edwards is a two time World Superbike Champion and entered MotoGP in 2002 and retires in 2014. In MotoGP he has raced for various manufacturers like Aprilia, Honda, Kawasaki and Yamaha. He retired at the age of 40 and was expected to race a few more races, however, it seems he has opted elsewise.

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Yamaha has decided to show its appreciation for the work and effort put in by Colin Edwards over the years. They have made a video of his past glories in different championships. The Japanese manufacturer showcased the video at the Indianapolis GP, where the 'Texas Tornado' called it quits.

Video: Colin Edwards Appreciated By Yamaha!

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Story first published: Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 20:02 [IST]
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