Luca Marini topped the timesheets on the first day of the Jerez Moto2 test ahead of Iker Lecuona and Sam Lowes. The riders were fortunate to have sunny, dry weather to make the test as productive as possible.
Francesco Bagnaia finished the 2018 Moto2 season nine points ahead of Miguel Oliveira after the Portuguese rider’s victory in Valencia
Miguel Oliveira has won the Moto2 race in Valencia, the final race of the Honda-powered Moto2 era. Iker Lecuona took his maiden podium in the intermediate class to finish 2nd, and Alex Marquez rounded off the podium in 3rd.
Luca Marini claimed pole position for the final Honda-powered Moto2 race at Valencia, edging out Xavi Vierge and Marcel Schrotter
Banned rider Romano Fenati looks set to make a shock return to Grand Prix racing in 2019, with the Marinelli Snipers Moto3 team.
Francesco Bagnaia is the Moto2 world champion after finishing third in the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang
Francesco Bagnaia has been crowned the 2018 Moto2 world champion in Malaysia, finishing 3rd at the Sepang International Circuit. His Sky VR46 teammate Luca Marini won his first Moto2 race after leading from the start, with championship challenger Miguel Oliveira finishing 2nd.
Alex Marquez took his first Moto2 pole position for seven months after a timely return to form in Malaysia
Francesco Bagnaia moved a step closer to the Moto2 title despite finishing down in twelfth at Phillip Island
Brad Binder took his third Moto2 victory of the season after a thrilling race-long battle at Phillip Island
Mattia Pasini claimed pole position for the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island with both championship challengers outside the top 15
Fabio Quartararo has been disqualified from the Japanese Grand Prix, handing victory to Francesco Bagnaia
Francesco Bagnaia has extended his championship lead to 35 points after finishing second at Motegi
Fabio Quartararo won the Moto2 race at Twin Ring Motegi, fending off championship leader Francesco Bagnaia for most of the race. Championship contender Miguel Oliveira finished 4th, whilst Lorenzo Baldassari completed the podium.
Francesco Bagnaia claimed a crucial advantage over title rival Miguel Oliveira by taking pole position at Motegi, eight places ahead of the KTM rider