After flurries for MXGP and MotoGP, WorldSBK fires up with a double salvo in Aragon. GeeBee gives his view on the landscape and what could happen for 2021
As WorldSBK draws track action to a close for 2019 Graeme Brown casts his thoughts on the recently published 2020 calendar and some of the scenes and hints from testing so far
An eventful trip to Argentina for the penultimate round of 2019 WorldSBK gave Graeme Brown plenty to write about for his latest Blog
Whisps of smoke and smoke and mirrors for 2020 WorldSBK in Portugal last weekend. Graeme was trying his best to unearth the good info (and the good shots) at Portimao. What did he find out?
WorldSBK got back to some form of action at the weekend with a two-day test in Portimao. I really do feel the extra long summer …
Back in April we were all placing bets on when, not if, Alvaro Bautista would wrap up the 2019 WorldSBK title. The optimists amongst us were pointing out that there was a long way to go in the season but it looked as though it was Bautista’s championship to lose. Is he now losing it?
this year’s WorldSBK championship is like a good crime drama. Just when you think you have worked out the ending, another plot twist gets thrown at you.