Fabio Di Giannantonio talks about making an impact in MotoGP, a new team ‘model’ surfaces and what about making weight in Grand Prix?
September post: Finding Calm
Jack Miller flew to his best MotoGP performance at Motegi, and Neil Morrison delves into some of the possible reasons behind the dominance
Supercross ventured back to its most northern and western point for the first time in two years but there was no shift from the central crux of the championship as Eli Tomac continues to soar in 2022. Words and thoughts from a first SX experience since 2019. Steve Matthes also writes about ET as Lewis Phillips says one particular rider in MXGP shouldn’t be written off just yet…
Padding-out the circus
Talking points from the Grand Prix of Argentina and a look at how riders feel – and are re-adapting – to the renewed two-day MXGP format. Plus, the usual excellent photography from Ray Archer.
Qatar 2022 for the first round of the longest season on record, a 2021 Ducati Desmosedici triumphed, a refined 2021 KTM RC16 finished on the podium at a track where the Austrian bike had never entered the top five and the most radical overhaul of Honda’s twenty-year-old RCV concept took third place on the podium. For one brand and team time stood still. Full reaction inside. Get scrolling.
MXGP British Grand Prix: Tickling the formbook
An opinion and some cracking photography from the lens of Ray Archer in Matterley Basin last weekend as MXGP finally drops the gate on the new campaign
Dreamer: the RC30 and MotoGP silly season
An appreciation for one of the most desirable track-derived motorcycles from the last forty years and David Emmett casts an eye over a key contract year for MotoGP in 2022. Plus some juicy CormacGP images from pre-season testing