Five Things We Learned From The Valencia Test.

The Valencia test has concluded, rounding out the 2018 season while simultaneously kicking off 2019 with riders on new bikes and rookies coming through. Here's what we learned. 1. The rookies are strong. The rookies coming through from Moto2 this season are arguably the strongest as a group since the MotoGP era began. Pecco Bagnaia,... Continue Reading →

NowMoto’s Riders Of The Season.

2018 was a fantastic year to be a MotoGP fan, as there were great races every round, and two championships were extremely close. However only one rider can impress us enough to be deemed worthy of being our Rider Of The Season, and here’s who we chose. Jacob Ward- Editor. Alvaro Bautista. Alvaro was a... Continue Reading →

NowMoto’s Riders Of The Day- Valencia.

Valencia was a fitting end to the final round of the 2018 MotoGP World Championship, with first time winners, first time podium attendees and a brilliant day for KTM. Here are our Riders Of The Day! Ryan Lilly- Moto3 & MotoGP. Moto3: Obviously Can Oncu. Nailed it in Red Bull Rookies. Got permission from Dorna... Continue Reading →

Tech Talk: How Suzuki have evolved.

Our editor Jacob Ward and WSBK reporter Matic Kovacic continue their look at the updates of the MotoGP bikes, following on from their look at Aprilia. Suzuki have had possibly the most balanced bike of 2018, having gone from the 7-10th places early season to competing at the front towards the end. Here's why! One... Continue Reading →

NowMoto’s Riders Of The Day: Thailand.

The first ever Thai GP was a fantastic event, combined with a simple yet effective track that offered up great racing. We chose our riders who impressed from Buriram! Jacob Ward- Moto2/Editor: Moto3- Dennis Foggia. Dennis came from a very low qualifying position to end up on the podium for the very first time, battling... Continue Reading →

What has changed in the Moto2 class for 2018?

2018 has been a vintage year in the intermediate class, with an extremely close championship battle, rookie riders outshining more experienced team mates, and 3 different chassis' making an appearance on the top step. So, whats changed? Nothing has fundamentally been changed, its still Kalex vs KTM at the top, with the Speed Up working... Continue Reading →

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