The 2014 motorsport season had its high and lows, but now is the time to look ahead to 2015 and what promises to be another epic year on two and four wheels.

In F1, Lewis Hamilton will be looking to defend his title as Mercedes' rivals try desperately to make headway against the ultra-dominant package of 2014, Fernando Alonso returns to McLaren as Honda arrives with its much anticipated (but so far troublesome) Power Unit, Sebastian Vettel will be donned in Ferrari red and Max Verstappen breaks all records for youth when he makes his plotted debut.

After his dominant title defence, all eyes in MotoGP will be on whether anyone can stop Marc Marquez from strolling to a third crown, while the Brits will be glancing to see whether the Cal Crutchlow, Bradley Smith and Scott Redding can make an impression on their satellite machines.

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We also have an exciting grid forming in World Superbikes as the series goes back to a 'one-class' format, the World Endurance Championship welcomes Nissan to the ranks, Honda returns to British Superbikes, Sebastien Ogier guns for a third straight WRC title with VW and its expected to be all-change at top in the British Touring Car Championship too.

In short, 2014 season has just finished but we cannot WAIT for the 2015 season to get underway again!

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