Thursday at EICMA is taking on new colours. On Thursday 25 November, the MotoLive arena welcomes One More Lap, the eagerly awaited event organized by Yamaha in collaboration with EICMA to celebrate Valentino Rossi and their story together.
It will be a unique and spectacular occasion to pay tribute once again to Valentino Rossi and to all the excitement that he has been able to create throughout his very long career with Yamaha, going down memory lane with him over the crucial moments but also the anecdotes and titbits behind these 16 years of challenges and successes.
The Yamaha initiative also represents the baptism of the rider from Tavullia at EICMA. “The doctor” is coming to the 78th International Two Wheels Exhibition to receive the embrace of the public on a unique occasion, destined to become a memorable moment for the nine-times World Champion and for EICMA.


Thursday 25 November from 2.00 p.m.


One More Lap will take place in the open at the MotoLive Arena of EICMA.
Access to the event area will be totally free of charge, but, also out of the necessary respect for the rules currently in force on distancing, with a limited number of places.


The One More Lap event is SOLD OUT!

All PASS to access the exclusive event area have been assigned via CLICK DAY according to the methods communicated on the official channels of EICMA and to all those who have carried out, from the opening of the ticket shop until last November 9th, a purchase order containing at least one admission ticket to EICMA 2021 valid for Thursday 25 November.

The event area has already reached the maximum capacity allowed by current regulations regarding the containment of the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic. It is therefore no longer possible to request the PASS in other ways (e.g. telephone requests, e-mails, etc.)


Journalists can request a press accreditation for the One More Lap event by writing exclusively to the address onemorelap@connexia.com.
If the request is accepted, we remind you that it is still necessary to have accreditation for EICMA 2021 to gain access to the area.