MotoGP 2023 Competition Winners

As the thrilling chapter of the Liqui Moly MotoGP competition concluded, the spotlight shone brightly on its triumphant champions. Dylan le Roux emerged victorious, claiming the prestigious 1st place and earning the exclusive opportunity to experience the adrenaline-fueled atmosphere of MotoGP in Valencia, Spain. Amadeu Ussene secured a remarkable 2nd place, receiving a lavish hamper valued at R50,000.



VIP experience to the final Race in Valencia – Spain, 2 days leisure in Valencia to explore, including spending money of R20 000. Race date: 26 November 2023.

Liqui Moly / Husqvarna / Intact limited edition hamper worth R50 000.
Cash prize to the value of R20 000.

Darryn Binder #15 Secures Moto2 Seat for 2023

If his jump straight from Moto3 to MotoGP ruffled a few feathers and caused plenty of opinions to be published in the press, then his performances throughout 2022 on the RNF Yamaha M1 have done much to silence the critics, who admit that he has done a very good job on what has proved to be a difficult motorcycle, scoring 12 points and the highest finish of tenth in Mandalika so far in 2022.

Sadly, the demise of the Suzuki MotoGP effort has meant a dearth of highly qualified riders for a reduced number of seats and, as
the season wore on, it looked increasingly unlikely that Binder would be retaining his seat. Read More…

Previous MotoGP 2022 Competition Winners!

Yes, the title says it all, the Liqui Moly MotoGP competition has run its course and we finally have a winner. The comp was extended from last year’s MotoGP final to this year, but after such a pumped-up season of racing, I think all things happen for a very good reason. Winners Anton Frost and Chanel Emslie have already jetted off to sunny Spain for the Valencia GP and a trip of a lifetime.