MXGP is ready to go so we called for a series of 5 minute catch-ups with some of the main names aiming for Tim Gajser’s world championship in 2023. We also take a look at the scene of the Argentine GP opener and blog about the new significance of Qualification Heats
Holding their nerve
It was a ‘black’ day at a sunny Gran Premio Michelin de la Republica Argentina but from where Neil Morrison was sitting at Termas de Rio Hondo it was an entirely memorable round of MotoGP. In this April segment of the magazine we also ride Yamaha’s ‘anniversary’ R7 and take a look back at six decades of the Iwata firm’s existence in Grand Prix…
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.
If You Have A Finger On The Trigger, Make Sure You Chose The Correct Target
An eventful trip to Argentina for the penultimate round of 2019 WorldSBK gave Graeme Brown plenty to write about for his latest Blog
Struggling in Real Time
Post-Argentina and Neil Morrison puts one of MotoGP’s fastest riders under the microscope and asks if there is more potential or problem with two of the nineteen rounds in the books
The importance of the first one
The first Grand Prix of nineteen. The first two motos of thirty-eight. Just how important is this weekend’s fixture in Argentina to launch MXGP?
Herlings tips Cairoli, reflects on Argentina and responds to praise he elevated MXGP
Winner of the 2018 Argentine Grand Prix and defending world champion Jeffrey Herlings won’t be in Neuquen but offered some interesting thoughts before the MXGP season begins tomorrow