MotoGP » MotoGP QUIZ: the three-in-a-row test

Three consecutive weekends of racing is gruelling enough on race fans, let alone the riders themselves! While they're having a well-earned weekend's break before jetting off to the United States for next week's Laguna Seca MotoGP, we get a chance to look back at the news of the last three weeks.

There was Casey Stoner's win in the Dutch TT after Jorge Lorenzo was wiped out early on; then the tables were turned with Stoner's last lap accident in Germany and with Lorenzo's dominant victory in Italy.

Feeling confident you remember everything that's happened over the last three weeks? Then see how you fare in's patented "Three-in-a-row" July MotoGP quiz. There are ten assorted questions covering both on- and off-track news to jog your memory.

But remember to try and stay off Google, Wikipedia and even's own news and results archives while you're answering the questions - that way you can bask in well-earned glory when you let us all know how you got on, by using the comments box on the article.

Question 1. Rule changes announced at Assen will allow Marc Marquez to move from Moto2 to MotoGP with Repsol Honda next season. Who was the last rookie rider to go straight to a factory MotoGP team?
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