It’s nip and tuck all the way as
we review the thrilling 2015 Moto2TM and Moto3TM World
With machines much more closely
matched in terms of pure performance the smaller capacity Grand Prix classes
are decided purely on skill, strategy and a healthy dose of bravery.
Get ready for a rollercoaster of
a review which takes in all the highlights of races fought tooth-and-nail by
the rising stars of the motorcycle grand prix world.
In Moto3TM Danny Kent
answered the prayers of British fans by ending the long, long drought of
British World Champions since Barry Sheene last gained the laurels in 1977.
Not that it was a foregone
conclusion, or anything like it; his season lurched between glory and disaster
and very nearly threatened to come off the rails right at the end.
No one walks to victory in Moto2TM
and the Championship was a closely contested as the 250cc title.
Seven different riders stood on
the top step of the podium through the season including Esteve Rabat, Álex
Rins, Sam Lowes and Thomas Lüthi.
Johan Zarco’s win was ultimately
the result of managing to be the most consistent rider, finishing all but four
races in the top three, as he turned in a mature and impressive performance
through the season.
Get ready for hours of exciting,
fairing-bashing, all-action, high speed racing.