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  • MXGP

    Beirer praises “perfect” team for 2018 dominance

    KTM reach the end of their second MotoGP season at Valencia this weekend and can eye progress on the asphalt but their spoils on the dirt and in the realm of MXGP remain without peer. Director Pit Beirer right feels the motocross effort has arrived to a zenith
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  • MotoGP BLOG

    More than one last pay cheque?

    Dani Pedrosa is sliding his way out of MotoGP and only has two races left to preserve a remarkable record in Grand Prix. Neil Morrison analyses the Spaniard's tricky final term and asks what he might bring to KTM in his new role for 2019
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  • Feature

    The last song: Covington’s departure starts to fold the flag

    Thomas Covington’s departure from MXGP means even less American representation at a time when Grand Prix riders have perhaps never been stronger than their USA counterparts. The Husqvarna man's return to his homeland also leaves MX2 devoid of a character and an individual who took a big career…
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  • MotoGP BLOG

    All the pieces matter

    Is the Ducati-Dovizoso combo still the most potent act to rival Marc Marquez in MotoGP? The Italian is proving his 2017 form was no flash-in-the-pan...but how has he gone about remaining the sport's top threat? Neil Morrison finds out
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  • MotoGP BLOG

    Up in smoke

    Yamaha are in the midst of their biggest dry spell for twenty years in MotoGP and Maverick Viñales made headlines for the wrong reasons last weekend in Brno. As the series gets ready for Red Bull Ring this weekend Neil Morrison provides some insight
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  • MotoGP

    Making Sense of it All – Seven Questions for Ramon Forcada

    Neil sits down with Maverick Viñales Chief Mechanic Ramon Forcada to understand the whys and wherefores around #25's highs and hang-ups with the factory M1. Are they close to solving the puzzle?
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