Jake Dixon fired up for Le Mans comeback
The MotoGP paddock welcomes Sama Qatar Ángel Nieto Team rider Jake Dixon back to the fold at Le Mans for this weekend’s French Grand Prix, the British rider having missed the last two races after suffering concussion in a practice crash at the Grand Prix of the Americas. With... Read more
Jake Dixon to miss Spanish GP
Sama Qatar Ángel Nieto Team rider Jake Dixon will miss the Spanish Grand Prix next weekend as he continues his recovery from a crash during free practice at the Grand Prix of the Americas. Dixon underwent medical tests in Austin and even though the results were positive, further checks... Read more
Positive Moto2 race for Jake Dixon in Argentina
The Moto2 race in Argentina produced drama before it had even started, with pole setter Xavi Vierge, set to line up at the front of the grid for the second successive year at Termas de Río Hondo, unable to take up his position after breaking down on the warm-up... Read more
Jake Dixon recovers positions and good feeling in Argentina
Xavi Vierge is proving himself as one of the men to beat in Moto2, claiming the second pole position of his career today in Argentina. His first also came here at Autódromo de Termas de Río Hondo one year ago and this time he will be joined on the... Read more
Jake Dixon crashes out of Qatar GP
Lorenzo Baldasarri missed out on victory by just 0.112 seconds to Pecco Bagnaia in Qatar last year, but with his compatriot having since moved up to MotoGP, the Italian today took his place on the top step of the podium after an even closer win, by just 0.026 over... Read more
Jake Dixon ready for the first race of the season in Qatar
Marcel Schrotter claimed the first pole position of the Moto2 season and the first of his career after clocking an impressive 1’58.585 tonight. The German will start the Grand Prix of Qatar from the front of the grid and will be joined by Xavi Vierge and Lorenzo Baldasarri on... Read more
Jake Dixon interview: “I’m getting more and more comfortable with the Team and the bike”
Jake Dixon is deep into his preparations for his first season in the Moto2 World Championship with the Ángel Nieto Team. Last week the British rider got back on board the KTM he will ride in his rookie season and he gave his latest thoughts in this interview. What have... Read more
Jake Dixon to make Moto2 move with Ángel Nieto Team
British rider Jake Dixon will ride for the Ángel Nieto Team on their return to the Moto2 class in 2019. Dixon, who is currently fighting for the British Superbike Championship title, will make his full debut as a World Championship rider on board a KTM. Dixon currently lies second in... Read more