Jake Dixon takes first points at Assen
After Remy Gardner crashed from pole position and championship leaders Álex Márquez and Lorenzo Baldassarri also went down in an incident involving both, it was left to Augusto Fernández to take his first victory in the Moto2 World Championship at Assen to move up to third in the standings.... Read more
Jake Dixon takes another step forward at Assen
Remy Gardner took the first pole position of his career at Assen, the Australian clocking a sensational lap of 1’36.572 to back up his performance from this morning’s free practice, when he was also fastest. Gardner edged out KTM rider Brad Binder by a tenth, with Xavi VIerge completing... Read more
Jake Dixon DNF in Catalunya
Lorenzo Baldassarri lost his grip on the Moto2 World Championship lead today for the first time since his opening-round victory in Qatar, a crash in the Grand Prix of Catalunya combined with a third straight win for Álex Márquez allowing the home rider to take over. Márquez was joined... Read more
Jake Dixon continues to improve in Catalunya
Augusto Fernández continues to impress in the Moto2 World Championship, after securing a maiden front row start in Spain he was back on home soil to set his first pole position today in Barcelona. Fernández will be joined on the front row by Thomas Luthi and Sam Lowes, with... Read more
Jake Dixon DNF in Mugello
Xavi Cardelús and Jake Dixon gather more important data from their bikes in a tough and hot race in Italy. Álex Márquez had a long wait for his first win since 2017 but after breaking his duck at Le Mans last time out, the Spaniard followed up with a second... Read more
Jake Dixon turns focus to race day at Mugello
Teammates Marcel Schrotter and Thomas Luthi took the front two positions on the Moto2 grid for the Italian Grand Prix after a close qualifying session that saw the German clock a 1’51.129 with his final lap to pip the Swiss rider to pole position by just 0.040 seconds. Luthi, who had... Read more
Jake Dixon equals best race result in Le Mans
Álex Márquez ended a run of 25 races without a Spanish winner in the Moto2 class with a dominant victory at Le Mans. The Spaniard took the lead on the fourth lap of the race and held it until the end, with two compatriots joining on the podium in... Read more
Jake Dixon takes his best grid position in wet Le Mans
After waiting three years for a second pole position of his career, Jorge Navarro only had to wait two more weeks for a third today as he scraped through a damp Q1 and then made the most of his experience of the conditions to secure top spot in Q2.... Read more