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KTM rider Miguel Oliveira won the final Moto2 race of the 2018 campaign in Valencia, picking up the pieces after Alex Marquez fell from the lead.
Fifteen-year-old Can Oncu took a sensational win on his Moto3 debut at a wet Ricardo Tormo circuit following crashes by Tony Arbolino and Marco Bezzecchi.
Controversial grand prix rider Romano Fenati will be “starting from zero” when he reunites with the Marinelli Snipers team for a return to Moto3 in 2019.
Newly-crowned Moto3 champion Jorge Martin has revealed he was nearly forced to give up racing several years ago due to a lack of funds.
Francesco Bagnaia wrapped up the 2018 Moto2 title by finishing third behind race winner Luca Marini and title rival Miguel Oliveira in Sunday’s Sepang race.
Jorge Martin clinched the 2018 Moto3 title with a race to spare after breaking away from the pack at Sepang for a dominant seventh victory of the season.
Brad Binder fended off a late challenge from reigning Moto3 champion Joan Mir to win the Australia Moto2 round at Phillip Island on Sunday.
Albert Arenas chalked up his second Moto3 victory of the season in an epic slipstream battle at Phillip Island, while title contender Marco Bezzecchi was taken out of the race.
Fabio Quartararo came on top in a tense duel with championship leader Francesco Bagnaia to win the Motegi Moto2 round on Sunday.
Gresini Moto3 rider Fabio Di Giannantonio has been taken to hospital after a nasty crash in Sunday's Motegi Moto3 race.
Marco Bezzecchi propelled himself back into Moto3 title contention by edging Darryn Binder by a tiny margin to win a scintillating Motegi race, as points leader Jorge Martin crashed out.
Francesco Bagnaia won the Moto2 race in Thailand and extended his points lead after his teammate Luca Marini passed Miguel Oliveira on the last lap to complete a Sky VR46 1-2.
Fabio Di Giannantonio came out on top in a wild first ever grand prix motorcycle race in Thailand, while Marco Bezzecchi's Moto3 title hopes took a major hit when he was taken out at the last corner.
KTM motorsport boss Pit Beirer admits he has been frustrated by Miguel Oliveira's qualifying woes, which he feels is costing the MotoGP-bound rider the 2018 Moto2 title.