MotoGP™ History App
Relive the most significant and exciting racing events of the MotoGP™ decade with the MotoGP™ History App.
The official MotoGP™ History Application is an interactive and intensive look into the first ten years of the MotoGP™ era, from its inception into the FIM World Championship in 2002, when the former 500cc category became MotoGP™ with the introduction of four-stroke prototype machines, until 2011.
Navigate the era by race season, rider or race machine and experience the MotoGP™ era like never before. From the rise and fall of the World Champions to the greatest races of the decade, this comprehensive App captures it all.
Interface and texts available in Spanish, English and Italian.
This App is available on iPad and iPhone.Available for iPhone & iPad
Seasons & Events
Experience the most significant racing events and milestones of the MotoGP™ era thus far through exclusive photos and video coverage of every race weekend within the 2002-2011 seasons.
Relive the highs and lows of the past decade through select images, videos and special events each Grand Prix weekend.
Experience the elite motorsports class through the riders that defined the era, from the World Champions of the decade to fan favorites and underdogs, through exclusive images, videos and special features.
Explore profiles and their corresponding images season by season, or browse all riders to have appeared in the class in the decade at once. Photos of each rider and the corresponding statistics for the seasons they raced provide a comprehensive view of the talent that has formed the MotoGP™ category.
Detailed images and specifications of each motorbike to have appeared in the category, from the 500cc two-strokes, the ground breaking 990cc four-stoke to the 800cc super machines introduced in 2007, the History of MotoGP™ App brings together the big picture of the changes the class has seen over the last decade.
Review technical details and zoom in on the high resolution images of each motorcycle, including the Aprilia RS3 Cube, Ducati’s Desmosedici, Team KR’s Proton, the Harris WCM and Kawasaki’s ZX-RR, and of course each iteration from the powerhouses of Honda and Yamaha.