Get ready for three hours of highlights from a truly tenacious competition! The Spanish reigned supreme in this year's unbelievable season, as up-and-comers Lorenzo and Bautista were crowned champions of their classes for the first time. This review brings you the full story, with jaw-dropping coverage of each fully-loaded round.
In the 250cc class, 19 year old Fortuna Aprilia rider Jorge Lorenzo became the second youngest World Champion ever. Winning a massive eight times on his way to the title, the final race saw Jorge display some inspirational race-craft, getting into a decent position, maintaining speed and controlling his advantage in the points table right until the chequered flag. Italian Andrea Dovizioso, his main challenger, fought hard to threaten the Majorcan's bid to secure the championship, and although he remained in his slipstream, the point gap held by Jorge was simply too wide for Team Honda to bridge.
You won't want to miss a moment from the 125cc, featuring a showcase of racers with the potential to become the next Rossi! Find yourself cornering in your armchair as Alvaro Bautista underlines his status as 125cc World Champion with a dominant performance at Estoril, Portugal. The 21 year old took the lead on lap two and simply rode away from the rest of the field. The advantage of the MVA Aspar Aprilia rider was so strong, that he was able to back off considerably late in the race and still win for the eighth time this year by a huge margin of 15.098 seconds. This victory will see him and runner up Mika Kallio step up a class and enter the 250cc in 2007.
Corner after corner, track-side and on-bike cameras will keep you at the heart of the action and on the edge of your seat. So go ahead and emerse yourself in those inevitable spills as the pressure heats up on the circuits and 'the new breed' steal the show.