MotoGP™

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For 170 years, STANLEY tools have delivered exceptional performance and innovation to professional tradesmen worldwide. Today, we’re supporting the skilled mechanics and expert technicians behind the sensational Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team and MotoGP – the world's most electrifying motorsport.

At STANLEY, we’re committed to manufacturing products that are smart, durable, pioneering, and made to get the job done. Behind the action at MotoGP, the skilled construction professionals and engineers rely on our tools to build and secure the circuits, ensuring the utmost safety of both the riders and their dedicated fans.

Supporting the highly experienced mechanics behind the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team, STANLEY provides the essential tools to ensure the bikes and engines are prepared, tuned and maintained in flawless condition – delivering a world-class performance on track, race after race.

 

Meet the Riders

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Bradley Smith

Bradley was born a racer and has been a part of the MotoGP family since a very young age. A product of the MotoGP Academy he placed runner-up in the hugely competitive Spanish CEV 125 Championship, before making his World Championship debut in the 125cc class in 2006, again placing runner-up.

In his first season in Moto2™ in 2011 Bradley achieved 3 impressive podiums for the Tech 3 team – earning his contract for a second season in Moto2 before stepping up to the biggest competition in the world - MotoGP.

 

Pol Espargaro

Pol made his 125cc World Championship debut in 2006, when he was also crowned Spanish National 125 Champion. In 2011 he joined Moto2 where he spent the next 3 years fighting it out with the formidable Marc Marquez for the championship. 2013 saw him eventually crowned Moto2 Champion after a season long battle with Scott Redding involving big wins, big crashes, and ultimately the top spot on the podium. In 2014, he made his mark on the MotoGP with the Monster Yamaha Tech3 team, achieving sixth in the general standings and earning recognition as the Rookie of the Year.