Huge dirt ruts and mud-clad bikes; hot sunshine and torrential rain; demanding sand tracks and spread-out high-speed courses – the 125 World Championship had it all.
Traversing Europe through Spain, Austria, Italy and San Marino plus a trip to Brazil and more, 16 action-packed rounds made the 125 series berm-busting from start to finish.
Britain’s Jamie Dobb (KTM), American Mike Brown (Honda) and Frenchman Luigi Seguy (Yamaha) had some great rides but it was hard-charging South African Grant Langston (KTM) who took the series by the scruff of the neck.
Halfway through the season it looked as though he had started thinking about the Championship but an ultra-competitive field meant nothing was certain.
In case anyone needed reminding of this, a few surprise results soon shook up the front-runners and kept them on their toes!
This official review features all rounds; hammers home the drama, excitement and atmosphere of the 125 moto scene; and will leave you gasping at the skill and bravery of these dirt-bike specialists.
Catch some air with the 125 superstars of 2000. It’s an experience you won’t forget in a hurry.