Out now: the full review of another blistering year in Moto2 and Moto3.
capacity and speeds might be less than MotoGPTM but Moto2TM
and Moto3TM provide just as much excitement and drama as their
Moto2TM bikes push their rider’s skills to the limit as they
struggle for supremacy in a field packed with talent.
season was dominated by a classic tussle between Tuenti HP 40’s Pol Espargaro
and Marc VDS’s British rider Scott Redding.
The duo stunned crowds across the globe with their superb riding but it
was far from a two-man show. Tito Rabat, team mate to Espargaro, and Mika
Kallio, Redding’s stable mate were never far from the front of the pack and the
Aspar Team Moto2 pairing of Jordi Torres and Nicolas Terol both took their
maiden Moto2 victories.
If anything the talent on display in Moto3TM was
even more spectacular – on such evenly matched bikes riders must be exceptional
to snatch any advantage over their adversaries.
The champion wasn’t decided until the last corner of the last lap of the
last race – what could be more exciting?
Maverick Viñales, Alex Rins, Luis Salom and Alex Marquez led the charge
for KTM, Australian Jack Miller impressed for Honda, as did Alexis Masbou, and Miguel Oliveira made big strides for
Throughout the season in both classes the
action was hot and the title chase was hotter.
Enjoy the full highlights of Moto2TM & Moto3TM with stunning footage and
bonus interviews with the champions.