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2019 Moto2 World Championship
2018 MotoGP World Championship
2010-2017 Moto2 World Championship
2007-2009 250ccm Category
2002-2006 125ccm Category
2002 International German Championship (IDM): 125ccm
2001 ADAC Junior Cup: 125ccm
1997-2000 Swiss Pocket Bike Championship


After three years in the very competitive 250cc category, Lüthi was also part of the game when the 250cc category was changed to the 600cc Moto2 category. For eight years, Tom Lüthi has been consistently at a high level in the Moto2 World Championship, securing 45 podium places during the 2010-2017 seasons, 11 victories as well as twice the vice world champion title (2016 and 2017).

Then, finally, a dream came true for Tom Lüthi: in 2018, the Swiss rider made his way to the MotoGP World Championship and competed on a Honda RC213V in the premier class. However, the season was more difficult than expected, not at least due to a long injury break in the 2017/2018 winter season and the resulting loss of preparation time.

But Tom wouldn't be Tom if that made him give up: The combative Bernese rider remains focused, gets a chance to return back to the Moto2 World Championship after this difficult MotoGP season and will fight for his way back to the top in 2019.


  • Height: 172cm
  • Weight: ca. 62Kg
  • Birth date: 6 September 1986
  • Star Sign: Virgo
  • Nationality: Swiss
  • Grew up in Linden, Emmental in Switzerland

Hobbies / Private

  • Skiing
  • Kite Surfing
  • Flying Helicopters
  • Bike riding
  • Reading
  • Eating good food with my closest people