New for 2024: fans can now vote on the Triumph Triple Trophy!

The Moto2™ competition changes format in 2024 to give fans the vote on who impressed them most at each GP

The Triumph Triple Trophy opens up to fan votes from 2024! The long-established competition, which takes place within the Moto2™ World Championship, uses its own points system across the season to reward more than just pure results – with the winning rider awarded a custom-liveried Triupmh Street Triple RS at the season finale.

This year’s awesome prize was revealed at the Qatar Airways Grand Prix of Qatar on Thursday. So how, exactly, can a rider win it?

Previously, points were awarded automatically, based on positions gained vs where a rider qualified. That ensured the competition was open to many throughout the field, not just those lighting up the Championship fight. That remains true as ever in 2024, but now fans will vote on who gets the points.

First, Triumph and MotoGP™ will decide on a three-rider shortlist. The shortlist will be based on their performance across the race weekend, not just their finishing position in the race, and takes into account a whole range of criteria. That means any obstacles they’ve overcome, maybe a standout overtake or two, or even a huge step forward taken by any rookies or riders who hadn’t yet made a mark in the front group.

Once those top three on the shortlist have been decided, a poll on MotoGP™’s Instagram will then let fans decide who’s getting those coveted points – and in reference to Triumph’s 765cc engine, they are:

  • 7 points for the rider with most fan votes
  • 6 points for the rider with second most fan votes
  • 5 points for the rider with third most fan votes

The totals will be added up throughout the season until the curtain closer in Valencia, where the winning rider will be announced. Then, that winner will receive the stunning Triumph Street Triple RS 2024 prize!

Past winners of the TTT are Marco Bezzecchi in 2020, Raul Fernandez in 2021, Jeremy Alcoba in 2022 and Pedro Acosta in 2023… who will join them in 2024? Make sure to check out MotoGP™’s Instagram feed after each Grand Prix to have your say!