MotoGP

Classes

MotoGP
Purpose-built
Purebred racing bikes
'Prototypes'
240 HP

Moto2
140 HP
Production Based

Moto3
55 HP
Production Based
Riders 25 years or less


Point Standings
2014 After Qatar

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Latest MotoGP News and Commentary
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Rossi steals superb victory in Spain
  Yamaha 1-2
Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Valentino Rossi highlighted why he is the most successful rider at Circuito de Jerez today and rode one of the strongest races of his career to receive a standing ovation as he jumped onto the top step of the podium for the Gran Premio de España. Jorge Lorenzo also put in a stunning effort under the Andalusian sunshine and made it a perfect 1-2 for the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP team.
Rossi wins three-way fight for 52nd pole position
  Yamaha's 1-2, Marquez 3rd
Tension hung in the air as the 12 fastest MotoGP World Championship riders zipped up their leathers and pulled on their helmets before stepping out to fight for pole position. Jerez is the shortest circuit of the opening four rounds, crew chiefs and their riders discussing one or two strop strategies until the final moments.
Marquez marches to fourth Austin win
  as Rossi crashes out
Marc Marquez took little notice of a number of falls behind, cruising to a fourth win in Texas ahead of Lorenzo and Iannone. All eyes were on Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) as the MotoGP World Championship lined up at the head the grid for the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas. The Spaniard went into the race with a perfect record on America soil; winning every MotoGP race he had started in the United States.
4th straight pole for Marquez in Austin
  He owns the USGP MotoGP
Marc Marquez remained undefeated at the Circuit of the Americas, securing pole position ahead of Lorenzo and Rossi. The MotoGP World Championship headed out for a titanic 15 minute Q2 session. All eyes were on Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) as he was expected to again walk the field at a track that he has made his own.
Marquez clinches victory and championship lead
  Wins in Argentina
A faultless flag-to-flag race by Marc Marquez saw him dominate the Argentina GP, running away with victory from Yamaha's Valentino Rossi and Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa. The last lap began with Dovizioso in second as Iannone held onto the final step of the podium, Rossi hunting for a way past the powerful Ducati. Every time they ran across a straight the Ducati was able to stretch its legs, Rossi trying all he could on the brakes.
Qatar MotoGP: Lorenzo defeats Dovizioso and Marquez
  MOG
The 2016 MotoGP World Championship got off to a fiery start in Qatar as Lorenzo blitzed the field ahead of Dovizioso and Marquez. With new Michelin tires and new unified electronics, the Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar was set to not only start a new season of the MotoGP World Championship, but also begin a new era. Testing had given fans a preview of who was fast and what bikes were working well, but few had any idea what would happen as the lights went out on the first race of the 2016 season.
Lorenzo wins MotoGP finale, and 2015 title
  MOG
Movistar Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo led from flag to flag to become the 2015 MotoGP World Champion in one of the most dramatic races of the year at the Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana. In the process Lorenzo became only the third rider in the premier class to overturn a points deficit in the last round to become champion and the first since Giacomo Agostini in 1966 to win the final race of the season to clinch the title.
Pedrosa wins as Lorenzo cuts Rossi's lead to 7 points
  As Rossi takes out Marquez
Dani Pedrosa won ahead of Lorenzo and Rossi, but Rossi will be forced to start from back of the grid in Valencia after a clash with Marquez. Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa rode a brilliant race at the Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix to take his 51st GP victory in front of 82,000 fans, with Jorge Lorenzo finishing ahead of his title rival Rossi to reduce the Doctor's lead in the standings to just 7 points with one race left
Marquez takes 50th GP victory in race of the season
  Wins one of the most dramatic MotoGP races of all time
Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez emerged triumphant from an incredible Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix to record his 50th career GP victory and fifth of 2015. Marquez secured the race win in the end by just 0.249s from Jorge Lorenzo, with Andrea Iannone completing the podium ahead of championship leader Valentino Rossi who had to settle for fourth. The 32,000 fans packed into the grandstands bore witness to one of the most exciting races in the history MotoGP.
Marquez takes blistering pole in Australia
  30th career pole on Phillip Island
Marc Marquez claims his 30th MotoGP pole position by over three-tenths from Iannone and Lorenzo, with Rossi starting from seventh. Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez took pole position at the Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix with an incredible display of riding. In near perfect conditions (Track temp. 42˚C) at Phillip Island the Spaniard set a 1'28.364 to clearly show his rivals he is back to full fitness after breaking a bone in his left hand before the Japanese GP.
Perfect Pedrosa wins at Motegi
  Rossi extends point lead
Dani Pedrosa rode a superb race to take victory at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan while Valentino Rossi extended his lead over Lorenzo to 18 points. The Repsol Honda rider came from sixth on the grid to take his 27th MotoGP win and first since Brno in 2014 on a drying track at the Twin Ring Motegi. Movistar Yamaha's Valentino Rossi (+8.573s) crossed the line in second.
Lorenzo takes a bite out of Rossi's lead
  MotoGP at Aragon
Movistar Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo rode brilliantly to secure his 60th career GP victory in front of 67,000 fans at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon. Repsol Honda's Pedrosa was involved in an excellent fight with Rossi over the final few laps for the second step of the podium at MotorLand Aragon. Eventually Pedrosa would beat Rossi to the line by just a tenth of a second, while his teammate Marc Marquez crashed out of the race.
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Specifications

MotoGP
1000cc 4 cylinder
16 Stroke
Up to 800cc 150 kg
801 - 1000cc - 160 kg

Moto2
600cc 4-stroke engine
16 Stroke
motorcycle + rider

Moto3
250cc 4-stroke
4 Stroke
one cylinder
motorcycle + rider 148 kg

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