It’s been an enthralling opening 11 rounds in the 2022 MotoGP™ World Championship. The grid have given us plenty of jaw-dropping racing across four continents in the past few months, and are now enjoying a well-deserved rest before gearing up for action at Silverstone in August.
There has been plenty of excitement on the track, as well as fun off it! If you have been missing your fix of MotoGP™, why not check out some of the most popular videos from our Unseen and Unheard series below.
Top 5 Unseens
1. "The same thing happened to me with Julian Simon"
Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™ Team) took Catalan GP glory in emphatic fashion, but the race may be remembered best for less triumphant reasons. Home favourite and poleman Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing) had a moment to forget as his Barcelona blunder cost him a podium, and it was a sense of déjà vu for his engineer Salva Franco
2. What was on Bastianini’s mind during the final lap?
The opening night in Qatar proved a historic and emotional affair as Enea Bastianini (Gresini Racing MotoGP™) romped home to victory in the Doha desert. Go behind the scenes as there was hardly a dry eye in the box of the Gresini garages.
Bastianini’s second win of the season came at the Circuit of the Americas at Round 4, with the Italian and the other podium finishers, Alex Rins and Jack Miller, detailing the punishment they put on their bodies in Austin.
4. Stoked! Binder brothers night to remember in Qatar
It was a proud day for the Binder family as Brad (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) took a shock podium and younger brother Darryn (WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP™ Racing) made his debut in the premier class.
5. Curious trophies, flying boots and a flavour of France
At the Catalan GP, there was double French joy as Quartararo took victory and Johann Zarco (Prima Pramac Racing) joined teammate Jorge Martin on the podium.
Top 5 Unheards
1. The top 3 on Espargaro
There was only thing on the mind of the podium finishers after the Catalan GP as Aleix Espargaro’s mishap proved costly, with Pramac duo Martin and Zarco benefitting.
2. Vive le France
An attritional German GP saw Jack Miller join Quartararo and Zarco in taking a breather after 30 incredibly physical laps around the Sachsenring.
3. Top 3 discuss the race behind the scenes
Bastianini took the win, with Miller and Aleix Espargaro on the podium, but what was up for discussion immediately after the race?
Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) took a memorable win at his home Grand Prix while he was joined by Quartararo and Aleix Espargaro for a chat post-race.
5. "It’s a good way to start the summer!"
The top three analyse a manic and simply breathtaking Dutch GP which saw Bagnaia lead rookie Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) over the line with Maverick Viñales finally breaking his Aprilia duck.