Thomas Luthi1986-09-06 (age 34)
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Luca Marini secured back-to-back Moto2 victories after beating Tom Luthi at Motegi, while Alex Marquez’s championship lead took a hit after a scrappy race to sixth.
Tom Luthi has described his tough season in MotoGP as a "good school" for his return to Moto2 this year, following his victory last weekend at Austin.
Ex-MotoGP rider Tom Luthi won the third race of his return to Moto2 at Austin ahead of Marcel Schrotter, as championship leader Lorenzo Baldassarri crashed on the opening lap.
Lorenzo Baldassarri held off Tom Luthi to win the first Moto2 race of 2019 in Qatar by 0.026s as KTM suffered a disastrous start to the season.
Tom Luthi believes the crisis that enveloped the Marc VDS MotoGP team during the 2018 campaign hurt him more than teammate Franco Morbidelli.
Marc VDS MotoGP rider Tom Luthi will step back down to Moto2 in 2019, it has been announced.
Marc VDS Honda rider Franco Morbidelli says he was "positively surprised" with his speed after he finished 12th on his MotoGP debut in Qatar.
Tom Luthi admits that it is taking longer to change his riding style for MotoGP than his other fellow rookies due to his lengthy Moto2 career.
Valentino Rossi says that MotoGP veteran Andrea Dovizioso's title challenge in 2017 shows that young riders should be given more time to start performing.
Franco Morbidelli has been crowned the 2017 Moto2 champion after chief rival Thomas Luthi was declared unfit to take part in today's Sepang race.
MotoGP-bound Tom Luthi admits he has had options to move up to the premier class before, but he wanted to wait for the right opportunity on a "proper bike".
Moto2 veteran Thomas Luthi is close to making a long-awaited step up to MotoGP in the 2018 season with the Marc VDS Honda team.
Class veteran Thomas Luthi dominated a shortened Moto2 race at Brno, after the arrival of rain turned the event into a six-lap dash to the finish line.
Alex Marquez secured his second win of the Moto2 season in dominant fashion at Barcelona, cutting the points advantage of teammate Franco Morbidelli in the process.
Marc VDS rider Franco Morbidelli bounced back from his Jerez crash to claim his fourth win in five Moto2 races this season at Le Mans.
Along with MotoGP, the Moto2 and Moto3 seasons will kick off in Qatar this weekend with both grids boasting several potential future premier class stars. David Gruz selects 10 riders who are likely to shine in 2017.
Johann Zarco took victory in the final Moto2 race of the season at Valencia, coming out on top of a fierce early battle with Franco Morbidelli before pulling away in the latter stages.
Thomas Luthi scored his third win of the Moto2 season at Motegi, managing to keep a charging championship leader Johann Zarco at bay.
Thomas Luthi took a return Moto2 win at Silverstone, having skipped the previous round due to concussion, as points leader Johann Zarco controversially clashed with Sam Lowes.
Thomas Luthi beat Franco Morbidelli in a race-long duel to win the opening Moto2 race of the season at Qatar, as the Italian was one of many riders to be penalised for jumping the start.
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