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Miguel Oliveira claimed victory in Portimao with a truly virtuoso performance. In doing so, he gave the Tech3 team its second MotoGP race win.
Following another top six finish, Miguel Oliveira has consolidated his place in the overall standings of the MotoGP championship. Sam Lowes lost ground in the Moto2 race but remains in contention for the World Championship title.
With thirty-nine points up for grabs, given the coefficient of 1.5 given to this eight-hour race, the FIA WEC drivers’ world title race remained wide open in Bahrain...
Following a tough weekend in Valencia marked by changeable weather conditions, Miguel Oliveira emerged with a creditable fifth place.
Following a third successive victory, Sam Lowes now leads the Moto2 World Championship. Elsewhere, the Tech3 team secured their first ever podium finish in the Moto3 class at Motorland Aragon.
Team Hansen made perfect use of the month-long break to up its level again when the action resumed in Barcelona this weekend.
Fresh off the back of victory at Le Mans, Sam Lowes once more took the chequered flag at Motorland Aragon. The Total rider is now only 2 points off the lead in the Moto2 world championship.
Following a difficult weekend in Portugal, Jonathan Rea secured his sixth Superbike World Championship title in a row – a historic triumph for both the British rider and his Kawasaki team.
Four years since he last won a Moto2 race, Sam Lowes tasted victory once more with a masterful display at Le Mans.
Aged just twenty, Marquito Bulacia continues to show maturity way beyond his years.
Lucas Mahias took his first victory of the season on a rainy day in front of his home crowd at Magny-Cours. Meanwhile, in the Superbike class, Jonathan Rea returned to the top step of the podium twice.
With the standard higher than ever, this year’s world rallycross championship has already produced some spectacular racing.