Looking back over the top moments of 2014, claiming his second title in dominating fashion was Marc Marquez hitting the #12 spot on our list.
Double World Champion secures solid victory as Rossi seals second ahead of Pedrosa
Movistar Yamaha rider gets first pole in four years ahead of Iannone and Pedrosa
Double World Champion leads the way on first day of practice ahead of Lorenzo and Dovizioso
Champion Marquez returns to adoring fans while Rossi and Lorenzo prepare to fight for runner-up spot
Repsol Honda rider seals 12th win of the year ahead of teammates Rossi and Lorenzo.
World Champion sets fastest time and new pole record ahead of Lorenzo and Pedrosa
Repsol Honda rider sets fastest lap in morning session of rain-affected day one
Seven times MotoGP champion takes maximum points ahead of Lorenzo and Smith
Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone out on track at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Valencia for the first day of IRTA test
Jorge Lorenzo had an unlucky end to the 2014 season.
The Ducati Team finish third in the teams’ classification.
A bitter end of season for Yonny Hernandez, who was forced to retire in the Grand Prix of Valencia.
Marc Marquez streaked away to win the race by 3.516 seconds from Valentino Rossi.
During the decisive qualifying run Ducati riders were disturbed by strong winds.
Valentino Rossi seized his first MotoGP pole position since the 2010!
The 2014 MotoGP World Champion topped both Friday practice sessions at the Valencia Grand Prix.
Andrew Iannone and Yonny Hernandez are aiming for good results.