Sam Lowes tenth in Valencia
Team Federal Oil GresiniMoto2 and Sam Lowes part ways with a positive result in the last race at Valencia as the Briton was tenth at the chequered flag. The race pace of the #22 would have allowed him to aim at much higher positions, but the reduces 16-lap race surely penalised Lowes, who... Read more
Jake Dixon completed his best Grand Prix of the season with a thirteenth-place finish at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit. The Inde Ángel Nieto Team rider finished twelfth in a crash-strewn race at the Dutch TT but in Cheste today he fought in the group for the 12+1 position in a race that was... Read more
Sam Lowes empty-handed also at Sepang
The Japan-Australia-Malaysia trip draws to a close with a very disappointing string or results, as Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2is once again unlucky on Sunday. After being hit from behind after just three corners, Sam Lowes was forced to run off track; from then on, the Briton tried to put together a very... Read more
Consistent race for Jake Dixon in Sepang
Álex Márquez became a two-time World Champion this morning after finishing second in the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Spanish rider added the Moto2 title to his Moto3 crown from 2014. Márquez had his first attempt to clinch the championship at the previous race, and in Malaysia he took the... Read more
Jake Dixon 21st in Phillip Island race
South African rider Brad Binder extended his love affair with Australia today, taking another win at Phillip Island. The KTM rider has been on the podium here for the last five years, three times on the top step, and his latest visit keeps him in contention for the Moto2... Read more
Sam Lowes does not shine at Phillip Island
The premises were not the best after Friday’s penalty and things went no better in the race. Sam Lowes, who was forced out of the track during the early stages at the notorious turn four (which saw many incidents taking place through the years), was only 20that the chequered flag. The... Read more
Sam Lowes out of luck at Motegi
Sam Lowes’s Grand Prix of Japan lasted less than two laps as while on full throttle, the Briton had a coming together with South Africa’s Binder – who lost control of his KTM forcing the blameless Lowes to an inevitable and unfortunate retirement from the race. This DNF wraps up... Read more
Jake Dixon maintains upward trajectory in Japan
The joy was shared out amongst the leading Moto2 riders at the Grand Prix of Japan, with Luca Marini celebrating back-to-back victories after his success in Thailand and Thomas Luthi moving up to second in the championship with twenty points for second place today, despite having led for much... Read more