2011 - 3rd World Superbike - Aprilia
2010 - 1st World Superbike - Aprilia
2009 - 4th World Superbike - Aprilia
2008 - 7th World Superbike - Ducati
2007 - 3rd World Superbike - Suzuki
2005 - 5th MotoGP - Honda
2004 - 3rd MotoGP - Honda
2003 - 3rd MotoGP - Honda
2002 - 2nd MotoGP - Yamaha
2001 - 2nd 500cc MotoGP - Yamaha
2000 - 3rd 500cc MotoGP - Yamaha
1999 - 4th 500cc MotoGP - Yamaha
1998 - 2nd 500cc MotoGP - Honda
1997 - 1st 250cc MotoGP - Honda
1996 - 1st 250cc MotoGP - Aprilia
1995 - 1st 250cc MotoGP - Aprilia
1994 - 1st 250cc MotoGP - Aprilia
1993 - 4th 250cc MotoGP - Honda
1992 - 5th 250cc MotoGP - Aprilia
1991 - 27th 250cc MotoGP - Aprilia
1991 - 1st European 250cc - Aprilia
1990 - 1st Italian 125cc Sport Production
Since he campaigned the 2002 MotoGP Championship as a rookie, John Hopkins has competed with a variety of classes and teams. Read more on the John Hopkins racer bio page.
Tom Sykes earned his first World Superbike championship title in 2013 and he returns with Kawasaki in 2014 to try for the top-spot once again. Read more on the Tom Sykes bio page.
Son of the legendary Ron Haslam, Leon Haslam is poised to make his own mark on motorcycle racing history as a leading contender for the World Superbike Championship. Read more on the Leon Haslam bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
Following a successful stint in World Supersport which included back-to-back runner-up finishes, Eugene Laverty is quickly building a reputation in the premier world championship. Learn more about the Irishman on the Eugene Laverty bio page.