<b>Looking back at MotoGP</b> - The REV’IT! Class of 2018

Looking back at MotoGP - The REV’IT! Class of 2018

What a year it has been for our class of 2018. Returning to a lineup of riders across all classes, we’ve experienced highs and lows with our riders in what was one of the most competitive, battle-heavy seasons in recent history.
01-16-2019
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2018 was a strong season for both of our riders, Danilo Petrucci and Álvaro Bautista. The latter jumped the gun on the former, taking the honors of being the first REV’IT! rider to sport the Factory Ducati colors, substituting for Jorge Lorenzo in Australia.

Danilo wasn’t far behind, as he got promoted to the Factory Ducati MotoGP squad - full-time - for 2019, while Álvaro becomes his colleague, albeit in the FIM World Superbikes Championship next year. Enjoy the flashback, including the stunning one-off Lamborghini livery that Danilo showed in Mugello.

Petrucci in Lamborghini Livery

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Bautista riding for Ducati Factory Team
Petrucci at Le Mans
Bautista's 150th GP
Bautista looking back
Petrucci 3rd in Quatar

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MOTO2

Pushing the development for the brand new NTS chassis, Steven Odendaal and Joe Roberts often found themselves close together on the track. Sporting special uniforms at times - both at Joe’s home race in the US as well as in Japan for NTS - our Moto2 REV’IT! riders managed to surpass expectations by closing the gap to the front, as well as scoring points on multiple occasions before the entire class switches to the Triumph engine. Enjoy a little look back at the RW Racing guys.

Roberts' special livery at Texas

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Odendaal & Roberts at Motegi
Odendaal soaked, but happy in Austria
Special Livery at Motegi
Odendaal & Roberts fighting at Barcelona
Roberts can't believe seeing Odendaal snag up Pole Position

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MOTO3

Jaume Masiá and Makar Yurchenko both started as class rookies, but quickly found themselves inside the points and fighting at the sharp end of the pack. Makar was outside of the paddock for some time before returning in Malaysia, switching teams and bikes while still showing progress. Both riders will return on the grid as regulars for 2019, but we’ll take one last look at 2018 first.

Masia 2nd at Aragon

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Yurchenko leading the Pack
Masia in pain in Thailand
Masia & Yurchenko fighting it out
Yurchenko coming through
Yurchenko rejoins the circus in Malaysia

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High octane yet zero emission: MotoE has arrived! The series will experience its first season as a support class in 2019, but prior to that a select group of riders got a taste of what’s to come. Long time REV’IT! rider, Randy de Puniet, was among the lucky ones, putting the Energica bike through its paces at his home track in Le Mans… and of course, with a suit to match. Have a look back at what the future holds for us before we look ahead at the inaugural MotoE season in 2019.

Randy de Puniet in Moto-E

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De Puniet buzzing to get on
Du Puniet focused
Du Puniet recharging
Du Puniet zipping around
Du Puniet in MotoE

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Petrucci testing his new Ducati Factory Bike for 2019

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