Tito Rabat: Moto2 World Champion – Profile
At the age of 25 Tito Rabat has seen his years of hard work and steady improvement pay off as he took a big step forward in 2014 to become a World Champion. On Sunday the rider from Barcelona clinched his first World title, following up on the success story... Read more
Marc Marquez clinches second World Championship title at Motegi
An historic second place for Marc Marquez at Honda’s home track of Motegi allowed him to mathematically claim a second MotoGP title. The Repsol rider becomes the youngest man in history to take two consecutive titles in the premier class, and adds the accolade to his World Championship wins... Read more
Maverick Viñales – 2013 Moto3 World Champion
Maverick Viñales is a shining example of how consistency can win a world title. A firm favourite for the Moto3™ crown before the season ever began, the Team Calvo rider may have only clinched three victories this year but has failed to finish on the podium on only two... Read more
Pol Espargaro: Moto2 World Champion 2013
Pol Espargaro’s 2013 success signals his first title win in the World Championship. The 22-year-old Spaniard becomes the fourth Moto2™ World Champion and the 107th different rider to win a title in the history of the World Championship. The younger brother of MotoGP™ racer Aleix Espargaro made his World Championship... Read more
Today was marked by the winning of not one but two world titles by Spanish riders. There’s a third yet to come this season – an amazing statistic in itself – but perhaps the most widely anticipated and eagerly awaited was that of Jorge Lorenzo in the top class,... Read more
A very happy day for us here at VROOM MAGAZINE today, with the news that one of our favourite Spanish riders, Toni Elias, has taken the world’s first Moto2 title at Sepang. We wish him the biggest warmest congratulations you could possibly imagine! Here’s his story so far… Growing up... Read more
Having wrapped up the 2009 125cc World Championship title last time out at Phillip Island, with a brilliant late win over his team-mate Bradley Smith in Australia, the new king of the single cylinder class Julián Simón was invited to join the stars of MotoGP in Thursday’s press conference... Read more
Julián Simón started to ride off-road when he was only two, initially in minicross, and he moved to motocross when he was five. At 10 he became the Junior Spanish Champion and made the switch to road racing at 12. Winner of the 50cc and 125cc Aprilia Cups in... Read more
With Australia nine hours ahead and the 125cc race atypically kicking off at 1pm local time, Spain awoke to a new 125cc World Champion on Sunday morning. Julián Simón clinched the accolade in a race that strongly resembled the previous run-out in Portugal, with all the close group fighting... Read more