MotoGP™ is the premier motorcycle racing World Championship; an eighteen-race series visiting thirteen countries, four continents and with pan-global television coverage. Ten nationalities of the world’s most skilled riders line a grid armed with cutting-edge motorcycle technology with prototype machinery fielded by three manufacturers; Ducati, Yamaha and Honda.More Information
Moto2 is the exciting intermediate category of the MotoGP World Championship featuring 600cc 4 stroke engines. It has seen the likes of current World Champion Marc Marquez, and Andrea Iannone graduate to the MotoGP class and is the true breeding ground for the next MotoGP talent.More Information
The Moto3 class is the true junior category of the MotoGP World Championship.
The engine capacity regulations stipulate 4-stroke 250cc engines introduced for teams with increased minimum weights for bikes and riders combined. The regulations introduce cost efficiency for teams and to highlight the category as a genuine proving-ground for younger riders who aim to progress to the Moto2 class, and eventually the main MotoGP Class.More Information
- 2014 National Support Categories
The best Australian road racing will be at the Island with Round 2 (final) of the 2014 Phillip Island Championship for Superbike and Supersport competitors. With Round 1 completed at the World Superbike Championship event at the Island in February earlier this year, the best of the best will be looking to secure the Phillip Island Championship trophy come October.