The arrival of COVID-19 has thrown the sporting world into disarray, with sports battling to continue during the ongoing pandemic. RT Sport looks at three that have performed well, and three that have struggled.
Moto2 world champ Alex Marquez escaped from a chilling crash during a MotoGP race in Valencia, hurtling over the bars of his bike on a tight turn before bouncing on his backside and skidding off the track at terrifying speed.
Two Moto3 teammates collided in a spectacular incident during practice for the European GP in Valencia, with Japanese rider Ryusei Yamanaka miraculously escaping serious injury in a stunning crash with teammate Sergio Garcia.
Italian MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi is famous for his special helmet designs for his races, and his latest design has certainly attracted attention, with the lid carrying a familiar-looking blue pill paint job.
Just one week after he narrowly avoided being hit by two flying bikes at the Red Bull Ring, Yamaha MotoGP ace Maverick Vinales experienced another terrifying experience as he was forced to jump off his bike at 133 miles per hour.
The Austrian MotoGP race at the Red Bull Ring was inches from a horrific tragedy as TWO flying bikes narrowly missed MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi and his teammate Maverick Vinales after a terrifying crash.
MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi will make a decision on his retirement from the sport this coming season after the factory Yamaha team announced French rider Fabio Quartararo will replace the Italian superstar in the team from 2021.