Thoughts and photos from a busy weekend at the Red Bull Ring & round thirteen of 2022 MotoGP. New columns, firstly on bending one of the most spectacular and flowing circuits in Grand Prix ad and a ‘take’ on the prospect of MotoGP sprint races
Are bruises blue before they turn black? What if they are self-inflicted? Neil Morrison gives his view from Austria on the whole Maverick Viñales saga…
Six races and a hospitalisation into his MotoGP tenure and Jorge Martin is already dancing on the big stage. Was the Styrian Grand Prix a freaky one-off? Or should we be ready to accept a new player to the midst?
After two rounds of the 2021 season the landscape was looking bleak and barren for KTM for their fifth term in the class. In the wake of the sixth and seventh races of the calendar and after some rapid revisions the Austrians have performed a startling turnaround, and their lead rider is in feisty form
A look at how KTM have developed from expensively constructed confusion to the powerhouses of Grand Prix and more
Another milestone for Andrea Dovizioso in 2017 and now the sport and fans across the world have to sit up and take notice of this genuine Ducati threat. David takes a look at the rise and cause
KTM splashed their orange colour over a large portion of the first Austrian round for nineteen years. Here is what was asked and what was said at Spielberg for the official unveiling of their RC16 racebike…