Fresh columns on Marc Marquez’s eventful MotoGP return and the exit of arguably the USA’s #1 hope? Plus, ace photography from CormacGP from the plains of MotorLand
USA MotoGP: The margin of big gains
There were two main markers at the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas. Enea Bastianini again proved his synergy with the 2021 Desmosedici should be taken very seriously and that Marc Marquez is still the world’s most outstanding road racer. MotoGP, custom bike shows, Americans in Grand Prix and Alpinestars among the thoughts and happenings from Texas…
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?
No Ordinary Comeback
Long live the #93. Or perhaps just in Germany? Whether round eight of MotoGP means Marc Marquez is back or still a work-in-progress, Neil Morrison argues that it was comparable with any of the memorable returns in the sport
A Slip of the Mask
Marc Marquez’s MotoGP comeback has both exceeded expectations but the double crash in Le Mans last weekend quelled some of the momentum, especially if an ambitious 2021 title bid is still to be considered
Are holeshot devices here to stay?
An advantage, an experiment or a gimmick? Marc Marquez was relatively new to start devices when he returned to MotoGP in Portugal. What did the HRC rider think? David Emmett provides a perspective
Even better than the real thing?
FQ20. Is the hype real this time? Can Yamaha start to dream? Neil Morrison was in Portugal for the last round of 2021 MotoGP and thinks this season could be a pivotal one for the 22 year old Frenchman