MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi, who won the Italian title for the first time in 2019, and Japanese rider Takuma Sato, who finished fourth in the standings in 2017, have had plenty of memorable moments in their racing careers.
But who else has been able to do it?
Here are the riders with the most notable win-or-bust moments, according to their own records.
Valentino Rosso Rossi Valentino has won seven of his last nine MotoGP races, which is a career-best for a rider in his prime.
But this season, the Italian rider is struggling to stay afloat as his career is in flux.
Rossi’s best result came in November when he finished fifth in a thrilling and thrilling battle with fellow Yamaha rider Dani Pedrosa.
Rossi was then the first rider to win the race since Alain Prost in 1981.
Rossi has been the biggest beneficiary of the Rossi Effect in recent years.
His success has been driven by the fact that he has been a big star in the MotoGP paddock.
This season, Rossi has raced in six races, having taken the lead for the majority of the race.
But Rossi is also riding in the World Superbike Championship, where he has two wins and three podium finishes to his name.
Takuma YOSHIBAYASHI Takuma is a Japanese rider who is also one of the most dominant riders in the sport.
In 2017, the Japanese rider finished fifth on the grid.
Takumi’s best results came in February and September, when he won the first race of the season in Australia and the second race in Spain.
His second place finish at Phillip Island in November saw him earn his third title in the series.
Takumas best result so far this season has been fifth in Austria in October, where Yamaha Racing claimed its first championship.
Valentin Bazákov Valentin has been riding for Yamaha for nearly two decades, and in the meantime has won the most races in the championship.
The Russian rider has won five titles in the past seven seasons, with his best result coming in February when he made it to the podium in a battle with Marc Marquez at the Mexican Grand Prix.
Valentins first victory came at Valencia in November.
He has since raced for Honda, where in the first season after his retirement he won two races.
Alejandro Ramirez Martinez Martinez is one of Yamaha’s biggest stars.
The Spaniard has won three MotoGP titles, but his best results have come in 2018 and 2018 and 2019.
He also won a maiden title at the Spanish Grand Prix in November, where his best time of 1:08.5 was the fastest time in MotoGP history.
His last win came in the Spanish GP in November last year, where the Spanish rider was fourth.
Jorge Lorenzo Lorenzo is currently riding for Ducati, and has a superb record at the Italian Grand Prix with a best finish of fifth in the last race.
Lorenzo has a great track record at Monza, where Ducati won the title in 2009 and 2010, and is also in the hunt for a second MotoGP crown.
He won the Spanish title at Valencia last year.
Valentijn Vandoorne The Dutchman has been an excellent MotoGP racer for years.
He started racing for Duca in 2000 and was one of Ducati’s top riders in 2014, but has also won titles at both Marussia and Ducati.
Vandoornes best result in Moto1 came at Jerez last year when he took the lead in the race for the fifth time.
Jorge López Alonso has won four consecutive MotoGP title.
He finished fifth at the 2016 French GP, but also won at Jerelse in 2018, and then won at the Japanese Grand Prix this year.
Jenson Button Lewis Hamilton has won two titles in Formula 1.
The British driver has a strong track record in the top class of the sport, with the team currently having two titles.
He was one the drivers that started his career in Formula One.
Gianluca Brambilla Brambillas best result has been second in Hungary, where it was his second title in two years.
Jorge Marquez Marquez has won six consecutive races, a record that would be impossible to match.
Marquez is the most successful driver in Formula 2, which has seen him win a total of nine titles, and he also holds the most wins of any driver in the history of the series, with four wins.
Marco Andretti Marquez’s best year has been 2015.
He raced for Manor in the 2016 title-winning campaign and won the constructors title, as well as the constructor championship.
Dani Pedroza Pedrozas best finish has been sixth in Spain in May.
The Brazilian is currently battling for his place in the drivers championship.
Marcus Ericsson Ericsson is