MCN Fantasy Road Race is go!!

With only days to go before the 2014 MotoGP season gets underway in earnest, MCN are pleased to unveil the all-new-look MCN Fantasy Road Race, which for the first time ever focuses on the Grand Prix races of MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3.

With an unprecedented level of British talent in the three classes this year, the season starts with potential race winners in all three series. In MotoGP, Cal Crutchlow is top of the totem pole as a factory rider, but is simply one of a staggering five British riders on the grid.

In Moto2, World Supersport Champion Sam Lowes has already shown his fast form, finishing in the top five in testing against experienced competition, while in Moto3 Danny Kent joins the factory Red Bull Husqvarna team to start the season as one of the championship favourites.

And of course this year British fans will have unprecedented access to all three classes, thanks to BT Sport’s coverage of every single session live, as well as a weekly Tuesday night roundup show, giving you all the info you need to pick a winning team!

The winner of this year’s free-to-enter MCN Fantasy Road Race will win an once-in-a-lifetime dream prize courtesy of BT Sport – an all-inclusive trip for two to the opening Qatar round of the 2015 MotoGP season, including flights, hotels and tickets with exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the GP. On top of this, the winner of every round will receive a pair of tickets for the British Grand Prix which takes place at Silverstone on August 29-31.

Entering is free and you have £10m to spend. Simply pick a total of six riders - two from MotoGP, two from Moto2 and two from Moto3. You can make team changes as often as you want during the season with each transfer window opening at 00:00 on a Monday after the race weekend until the scheduled start time of the following rounds Moto3 qualifying. A total of three changes per team can be made.

To enter your team click here!

Entries close at 15:00 GMT on Saturday, 22 March and full terms and conditions can be found on the website.

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