Namco's virtual alternative to the high speed thrills of professional motor racing is heading to the PSP, with Sony confirming the release of a new MotoGP game specifically designed for the handheld.
It's currently being developed by the same team which brought MotoGP to the PS2 and Ridge Racer to the PSP, but Sony has yet to confirm an official release date for the game.
Fans of the sport should recognise the names of Valentino Rossi and Sete Gibernau - just two of the pros you can test your skills against in the new one-on-one racing mode. There are real life tracks, too, although Sony hasn't said which one yet. You can also expect a full championship season to get your teeth into and assorted wi-fi multiplayer modes for up to eight players. Hooray for m0t0rb1kes!