Jack Miller flew to his best MotoGP performance at Motegi, and Neil Morrison delves into some of the possible reasons behind the dominance
Brivio on deepening the blue
Davide Brivio’s surprise departure from the 2020 MotoGP World Champions could be another turning point for the Suzuki Grand Prix story. We spoke to the Italian earlier this year on how he’d made such an impact in the series…
Immediate MotoGP impact as Petronas extend their influence onto the grid
The Dutch TT saw Petronas Yamaha SRT toast a third pole position and second consecutive podium thanks to Fabio Quartararo but the satellite M1 was powered by the first strands of engine oil from Petronas to enter the paddock. Just how crucial is the material in a MotoGP bike?
Repsol decorate Barcelona with trophies of half a century of racing
Locals, or visitors to the Catalan capital, will see some curious and historic motorsport machines dotted around restaurants and shops at the heart of Barcelona this week as the anniversaries keep coming…
It’s electrifying…finding out more about MotoE
MotoE has been seen and heard for the first time this week at Jerez. What else is in store and how will the series run? We had questions, so we got the lowdown from MotoE Cup Director Nicolas Goubert
A walk on the wild side: What’s happened so far at Phillip Island
Talking points, news, quotes and happenings as the winds push MotoGP around one of the most majestic and intimidating circuits on the calendar
The getaway: understanding a MotoGP start
It often looks clunky and slow…so what exactly is going on with a MotoGP start? We decided to ask around to see just how much influence the rider has against the electronics and – compared to something like motocross – is a good getaway really that vital?