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
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.
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
Francesco Bagnaia closed in on the Moto2 world championship with victory in Thailand ahead of Sky VR46 team-mate Luca Marini
Lorenzo Baldassarri claimed pole position for the Thailand Moto2 Grand Prix with the title contenders on the second row
Brad Binder took victory ahead of championship leader Francesco Bagnaia in Sunday’s Aragon Grand Prix
Francesco Bagnaia has taken victory in Austria ahead of his championship rival Miguel Oliveira after a tense battle in the final laps. Bagnaia now leads the championship again, just 3 points ahead of Oliveira.
Francesco Bagnaia beat championship rival Miguel Oliveira to pole position for tomorrow’s Austrian Grand Prix
Miguel Oliveira took a narrow victory at Brno to snatch the championship lead away from Francesco Bagnaia
Luca Marini secured his maiden Moto2 pole position thanks to a helpful slipstream from team-mate Francesco Bagnaia
Francesco Bagnaia took a lights-to-flag victory in Sunday’s Dutch TT at Assen, extending his championship lead
Fabio Quartararo became Moto2’s newest winner with a sensational ride to defeat Miguel Oliveira in Barcelona
Speed Up’s Fabio Quartararo is the surprise polesitter for Sunday’s Catalunya Moto2 Grand Prix