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.
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.
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".
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 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?' "
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.
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.
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".