- 2010 was the most successful season ever for the Red Bull KTM Factory Motocross team. Italian Tony Cairoli secured the title in the MX1 class, Marvin Musquin obtained the MX2 world championship title and Steffi Laier was crowned Women's Motocross World Champion making the team unbeatable in the three most important motocross world championships.
- Casey Stoner dominated the 2011 MotoGP world championship, winning 10 races, while failing to appear on the podium only once in 17 races. He started from pole 12 times and recorded seven fastest laps.
- At 20 years, 266 days, Marc Marquez became the youngest-ever MotoGP world champion in 2013 after a phenomenal debut season drew to a close. The Spaniard went on to win the first 10 races in 2014; he repeated as world champion in 2014 and 2016.
- Cyril Despres of France picked up his fifth Dakar trophy when he crossed the line of the 2013 edition of the world's most famous rally after more than 8,000 km