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Enter the garages of the Debem team and discover how research, technology and efficiency merge to achieve new goals.


40 years of teamwork

Since 1982, through a continuous commitment to research and development, Debem has established itself as one of the most important companies in the field of industrial pumps.


For over 40 years, Debem has been designing and manufacturing high-performance industrial pumps.

Continuous research

Through continuous research, it has established itself among top Italian companies in the sector.


Debem has embarked on new adventures and is now a Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP sponsor.

Yamaha Moto
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Sharing from the start their founding values such as performance, technology, precision and efficiency, Debem and Yamaha MotoGP have established a partnership to cross the finishing line together.


What are the requirements for high-standard food pumps?

To maintain high hygienic-sanitary standards, food pumps must use materials that are suitable for contact with food and drink, have leakage detection systems to prevent the leakage of liquids, manage fluids in the presence of solid elements, have a simple and efficient design to facilitate any maintenance operations and be suitable to withstand the washing and cleaning phases.

Reach the highest standards with the Debem team!

31 Mar - 02 Apr

Gran Premio de la República Argentina

circuit argentina
The circuit

The Termas de Rio Hondo racetrack is located in the Argentine city of the same name. Built in 2007, it was subsequently completely redesigned by Jarno Zaffelli, an Italian designer. Since 2013 it has hosted the official MotoGP tests.


The most modern circuit in Argentina is 4,080m long, with 14 total corners (5 on the left and 9 on the right) and 1,076m of straight.

Fun fact

The Argentine Motorcycle Grand Prix was first held in 1961, representing the first Grand Prix in history to be held outside of Europe.

Why Debem
Why Debem?

Thanks to its team of specialists who work together every day to achieve its goals, Debem is always ready to face new challenges!

24 Mar - 26 Mar

Portugal Grand Prix

The circuit

The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve is located in the region bearing the same name in the south of Portugal. Inaugurated in 2008, it hosted the MotoGP for the first time in 2020.


The track features continuous ascents and descents. It is 4.592m long and has 15 curves, 6 on the left and 9 on the right, and 969 m straight stretch.

Fun fact

The circuit is flanked by a kart track, a technological park, a sports complex, a hotel and several apartments, which together form a real motor sports citadel.

Why Debem
Why Debem?

Debem, like Yamaha, combines technology and efficiency to create high-performance solutions.

Portogual Track

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Grande Prémio de Portugal
24 Mar - 26 Mar
Argentina Track

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Grande Prémio de Argentina
30 Mar - 02 Apr
America Track
Grand Prix of The Americas
14 Apr - 16 Apr
Spain Track
Gran Premio de España
28 Apr - 30 Apr
France Track
Grand Prix de France
12 May - 14 May
Italy Track
Gran Premio d’Italia
09 Jun - 11 Jun

News from the Yamaha circuits

View the drivers' ranking updated to the most recent Grand Prix

Each circuit presents new challenges and Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team tackles them with one goal: to cross the finishing line first. Event after event, the race to the world championship continues.

Championship Standings MotoGP™ 2023

  • 01Bagnaia F.
  • 02Vinales M.
  • 03Bezzecchi M.
  • 04Miller J.
  • 05Zarco J.
  • 06Marquez A.
  • 07Espargaro A.
  • 08Binder B.
  • 09Martin J.
  • 10Quartararo F.
Portimao (Portugal), 26th March 2023


Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Fabio Quartararo and Franco Morbidelli completed a challenging 2023 opening Race at the Grande Prémio de Portugal in 8th and 14th place respectively.

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Fabio Quartararo came back from another difficult start at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve and crossed the finish line in 8th place. Franco Morbidelli also secured his first championship points of the 2023 season. Though not able to engage in battles during the Grande Prémio de Portugal race like he had hoped, he kept at it and took 14th place.

Quartararo was starting from tenth on the grid due to Enea Bastianini being unable to take part in today’s 25-lap Race. The Yamaha rider had hoped for a better start than in the Sprint, but it wasn’t to be. He had his work cut out for him when he completed the first lap in 15th place. He put his head down to overtake several riders, and with Miguel Oliveira and Marc Marquez having crashed out, the Frenchman breached into the top-10 by lap 9.


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