How the other Espargaro is wading through the challenge that is MotoGP 2022. Neil Morrison submits his half-term marks, Roland Brown dips into nostalgia with Yamaha’s re-invented XSR and we look at Alpinestars Supertech gear and 6D’s new MTB lid.
June Edition: The Patient Man
A sit-down with MotoGP’s ‘new’ star player, a take on last weekend’s rounding of Sachsenring and more column inches on building bikes for the rider or riders for the bike?
June Edition: New beginnings
Thoughts on Jack Miller’s move to Red Bull KTM after half a decade with Ducati and, despite some trying moments for Honda in MotoGP, we look back to one of their most memorable sports bikes…
The Ringmaster: Talking to the man who has been making MotoGP move
Why is Luigi Dall’Inga MotoGP’s innovator, Ducati’s conjurer and arguably the envy of engineering minds from all motorcycle technical divisions? We asked…plus columns from Mugello on Demon Desmos and The New Alien
A farewell to arms? An interview with a real supercross star
Once again we speak to two riders at the opposite ends of the career span. Justin Brayton chats about a career in the fiercest cauldron of supercross while MX2 world champion Maxime Renaux talks about a ripe graduation to MXGP and burning the vapour trail even brighter through Grand Prix.
Time Lines: Andrea Dovizioso and Darryn Binder on their varying thirst for MotoGP
Fielding two riders at the extreme stages of their MotoGP careers is just one aspect of why the WithU Yamaha RNF team are unique on the Grand Prix grid. We speak to both as Neil Morrison writes about Ducati’s decision-time and David Emmett laments the erosion of overtaking in the premier class. Steve English also pops up with a WorldSBK point of view…
Believing is belonging: MXGP delivers an upset
Calvin Vlaanderen decimated the results sheets in Sardinia for the eighth round of 2022 MXGP and while the win was unexpected, the manner of his superiority was a shock. What was behind this sudden burst? Lewis Phillips also writes about his MXGP riders are subverting traditional routes in the series…