How will you spend your £10m across MotoGP, WSB and BSB?
The MotoGP men were back in action last week, the MCE British Superbike grid are ready for their first tests and the WSB men are en route to Australia for the opening round of the championship at Phillip Island.
So with the clock ticking, now is the time to pick your dream team and enter MCN’s Fantasy Road Race competition run in association with Bennetts.
You’ll have £10m to spend to put together your very own squad of two riders in each racing category – MotoGP, WSB and BSB.
You can make unlimited changes throughout the season with the overall victor winning a VIP trip to a European round of MotoGP 2016 courtesy of Bennetts.co.uk
Throughout the season there will be six round-winners who will each claim a set of Dunlop tyres of their choice.
Selecting your team couldn’t be simpler, go to mcn.fantasyleague.com where you’ll find a full list of riders and prices, along with the details on how to enter.
Closing date is 4am, February 21.
MCN’s BSB reporter Simon Patterson has been studying the prices of each rider and the form guide throughout testing.
He said: “Getting six riders who are going to score you points week in and week out is no easy task, but I think I’ve got a squad who shouldn’t let me down too much!
“Starting with BSB, as I’m MCN’s BSB reporter, I think Josh Brookes is a good bet. He wasn’t far away from Shane Byrne and Ryuichi Kiyonari for much of 2014, and the new Yamaha R1 could be just what he needs.
Joining him in my team is fellow Aussie Josh Waters. Josh had a really strong end to last season, plus a couple of incredible performances in the wet – and I think the Suzuki is far from done!"
“For MotoGP, Jorge Lorenzo is positively a bargain! Cheaper than Rossi or Marquez, you can still bet on him to be an ultra-consistent points scorer. And Andrea Dovizioso could be a real dark horse this season on a brand new Ducati that was already close to being consistently on the podium last year."
"The new WSB rules couldn’t suit anyone better than they do for Chaz Davies. He’s fired up, the bike is spot on, and I reckon he could be a title challenger all season long. And Nico Terol, also on a fast Duke, is a former world champion whose Jerez test times show is getting to terms with superbike racing fairly sharply!”