SPEEDWAY GB AGM RESULTS
After 3 days down in Coventry, arguably busy or not, the Promoters of Speedway Great Britain got together to decide the future of the top two British leagues for 2020 and here are the outcomes and rules.
LAMBERT CONTINUES HIS BRITISH REIGN
Robert Lambert retained his British Under-21 title, as he went through the card to score a 15 point maximum at Shielfield Park, Berwick, ahead of Zach Wajtknecht and Jack Thomas.
CANET CONQUERS TEXAS
Max Racing Team rider, Aron Canet, seels a dramatic last lap victory in Moto3, over 18 year-old hot property and fellow Spaniard, Jaume Masia, at the Grand Prix of the Americas in Texas.
Marc Marquez wins a dramatic last lap duel against the Bologna Bullet, Andrea Dovizioso, to become the first ever Thailand MotoGP round winner, taking a step closer to his 5th Premier Class World title.
BRITISH GP THAT WAS NOT TO BE...
Mother Nature reigned on Silverstone and the MotoGP fans' parade and meant that Dorna had to pull the plug on the British GP due to drainage issues, causing safety concerns for all participants.
ROBINS SILENCE LIONS ROAR
The Abbey Stadium hosted a challenging battle between the Swindon Robins and Leicester Lions in a very hot and dusty Premiership League meeting. Seeing the Robins win 51-39.
BARTOSZ BOUNCES ON CARDIFF'S TOP STEP
Poland's Bartosz Zmarzlik reigns victorious in Cardiff as he demolishes last years devastation to jump onto the winners box and take the Cardiff conquerer trophy home.
VAN DER MARK: "MISANO SUITS THE R1"
Michael Van der Mark aims for a podium return as the WSBK heads to the Misano Marc Simoncelli circuit this weekend. The dutchman wants to make an impression at his "favourite race weekend on the calendar".
THE RACE THAT HAD IT ALL...
Arguably the most entertaining race of 2018 season and we're only two races in. The Argentinian GP brought the most dramatic and breath-taking race to date with it jam-packed of dilemma's, crashes and controversy.
JORGE BOWS OUT
Jorge Lorenzo sheds light on his retirement decision as he explains, "As I saw the light at the end of the tunnel, I crashed in Montmelo and Assen and thought 'what the hell am I doing here? Is it worth it?' "
TAZ TAKES IT ALL
Tarran Mackenzie redeems his race one disappointment with a win on the Silverstone National circuit, making himself the second rider to take his maiden victory with the Championship in just the first round of 2019.
Spaniard, Alvaro Bautista, continues his show-stopping domination in World Superbike as he bags his eleventh consecutive win in 2019 at the prestigious Assen TT circuit in the Netherlands.
WOFFINDEN TAKES 3RD WORLD TITLE
Britain's bad boy, Tai Woffinden makes history as he is crowned the GB's first ever 3 times Speedway Grand Prix World Champion in Torun, as he conquers Bartosz Zmarzlik in a Polish showdown.
LORENZO VS MARQUEZ: REIGNITED IN AUSTRIA
Jorge Lorenzo became victorious in a ferocious battle against 4 times MotoGP World Champion, Marc Marquez, on the aesthetic Red Bull Ring, Austria.
LEON LEAPS INTO WSBK FOR 2019
Kawasaki Racing Team announce the signing of Leon Haslam for the 2019 World Superbike season, lining up alongside Irishman Jonathan Rea. The Englishman transfers from British Superbike to take on a challenge.
YAMAHA TO CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF R1
Yamaha UK will celebrate the 20th anniversary milestone of the YZF-R1 on the weekend of the Bennetts British Superbiked Brands Hatch round (20/21/22 July).
DAVIES LOOKING TO GAIN MOMENTUM AHEAD OF SUMMER BREAK
Chaz Davies heads into Ducati's second home round of the 2018 World Superbike Championship, hoping for positive results after disaster struck on the final lap last year.
BRITS IN PREPARATION FOR AUSSIE SHOWDOWN
Tom Brennan, Kyle Bickley and Dan Bewley have headed across the globe to kickstart their 2020 season campaign against the Aussie stars for this winter.
RINS' DEBUT WIN DETHRONES MARC
Suzuki's Alex Rins bags his debut win at the Circuit of the Americas, Texas, as he dethrones the previously unbeaten, Marc Marquez who joined teammates on the factory Honda crash-out list.
#69 OFFICIALLY RETIRED FROM MOTOGP
MotoGP officially retire the number "69" from racing, in memory of the late great 2006 World Champion, Nicky Hayden, on the American's home soil in Texas.
REA'S ROAD TO GOLD
Jonathan Rea did his Northern Irish nation proud when he historically equalled England's figurehead, Carl Fogarty's, record of four World Championship titles in the infamous World Superbike category.
AUSTRALIA CLAIM VICTORY OVER DEFLATED GB
An unexpected thrashing crushed the hopes of the GB side in the test match against Australia, seeing the British Lions fall to a 33-57 deafest on home soil.
STARS SPOTTED AT CARDIFF
The Welsh round is truly something that should be on any racing fans' bucket list, but, it's not just fans of worldwide motorsport who attend the Capital city for the British Speedway GP.
PEDROSA ANNOUNCES RETIREMNT
3 times World Champion, Dani Pedrosa, announces shock retirement at the end of the 2018 season. "Next year I will not be competing in the championship. This means I will be finishing my career in MotoGP".
REA RE-CHARGED AHEAD OF MISANO
Jonathan Rea hopes to strengthen his lead in the 2018 World Superbike Championship as the paddock heads to the Misano Marco Simoncelli Circuit this weekend on the sunny coast of Italy.