Pecco Bagnaia, the final MotoGP of the year, tapping into Brad Binder, 2023 testing, riding KTM’s RC390 and more
Why are Italian crowds not responding to arguably the strongest era for their country in modern-day MotoGP? Was the reigning Moto2 World Champion dealt a tough hand in his premature MotoGP exit? And find out the tale of how MotoGP’s remarkable shoulder cam came to be. Fresh columns and content from Misano
There wasn’t a single position change for the lead of the Spanish Grand Prix but the chase was captivating all the same, and Jorge Lorenzo arguably fills the definition of the latest MotoGP ‘Legend’. New MotoGP reading for the first instalment of the 2022 May edition…
Are Ducati on the cusp? The second segment of our February Edition features an in-depth interview with MotoGP boss Paolo Ciabatti as well as Neil Morrison’s latest MotoGP column on why Yamaha could be worried after the conclusion of 2022 pre-season tests
At last, the breakthrough for one of the bright young things of MotoGP. Neil Morrison takes a look at the eighth different winner of 2021 and the second ‘first timer’ after Jorge Martin. What’s next?
When Jack Miller owned just the third victory for Australia in the last ten seasons of MotoGP there was a sense of Déjà vu. It was not the 26 year old’s maiden success of course and, like that rain-sodden day in Assen in 2016, Miller was able to triumph for a second occasion by maximising an opportunity.
Sepang and the penultimate Grand Prix of the year provided a suitable marker for Pecco Bagnaia, Fabio Quartararo, Joan Mir and Miguel Oliveira to realise how far they have progressed in MotoGP. It also illuminated some revealing narratives as a milestone racing season in their respective careers rushes to a close