The Road Racing World Championship is the premier motorcycle racing competition, enjoying major media coverage and best known for the imperial MotoGP. 
World championship categories: Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP.
The Moto3 class is the initial category for those entering the World Championship. In 2012, the 125cc class was replaced by Moto3 category. Currently, in the Moto2 class goes with Honda 600 cc engines with different frames.

Riders from lower national championships gain their first experience in the World Championship when they are awarded a wild card. Wild cards are granted and approved by Dorna Sports as the organizer of world championship races and by the national federations in each country based on the results in the national championships. 




The CIV Italian championship is one of the most prestigious national championships. The series attracts leading racers, traditionally serving as a springboard to the world championship.
CIV categories:  Moto3, Superbike, Stock 600, Stock 1000, Supersport 600 and Moto2.



The CEV Spanish championship is similar to its Italian counterpart, also attracting a quality field. The promoter is Dorna Sports, which also organizes the top-flight MotoGP world championship.
CEV categories: Moto3, Moto2 and Superbike.