Devices or shapes protruding from the fairing or bodywork and not integrated in the body streamlining (eg. wings, fins, bulges, etc.) that may provide an aerodynamic effect (eg. providing downforce, disrupting aerodynamic wake, etc.) are not allowed


Twin Spar aluminium frame. As well as the engine the chassis has to be a prototype.


Carbon brakes made by Brembo with an outside diameter of 320 mm ( 340 mm for safety reasons are permited in some circuits as Motegi) Steel discs are available for wet races. The brake lever protection is mandatory for safety reasons Anti-lock Brake Systems (ABS) are not permitted.


Akrapovic double exhaust pipe made of titanium


For the MotoGP race, no fuel on the motorcycle may be more than fifteen degrees C (15°C) below ambient temperature. the maximum permitted relative fuel pressure is 10 Bar.


Six-speed gearbox seamless system. Twin clutch transmission systems (DSG) are not permitted in MotoGP.


Suzuki engine is a 1000cc inline four-cylinder with four valves per cylinder, water-cooled, 4 Stroke DOHC (double overhead camshaft). It develops a maximum output Over 176kw (240 PS). It’s an aspirated engine. The maximum speed is over 340 km/h The number of engines available for use by each permanent contracted rider is limited to 7 for all of the scheduled races of a season of up to 20 races.

Safety Lights

All motorcycles must have a functioning red light mounted at the rear of the machine to be used in rain or low visibility conditions


17” Michelin tyres. The tyre specifications available at each event will be determined by the Michelin. The teams are required to return all tyres to Michelin at the end of each event or test. The use of Tyre Air Pressure Sensors (TAPS) on all wheels, front and rear, is mandatory in the MotoGP class.