Examining the 2023 MotoGP paradox, tapping into Grand Prix’s next generational talent with Pedro Acosta and asking what drives Joan Mir. Plus columns and ace photography
Joan Mir’s attempt to restamp his 2020 title came to a mathematical end last weekend. What conspired against the outgoing #1 during 2021 and could he have made a more robust defence?
2020 twisted and curved like an endless mountain pass but the road ended up blue. David Emmett picks his surprise factors from the season in his latest MotoGP Blog
What were the character traits and reasons behind Joan Mir’s 2020 ascension to the peak of motorcycle racing?
So, who wants it? Is 2020 MotoGP freakishly close or is it lacking ‘champion’ material? Neil Morrison wades into the parity
MotoGP is looking blue. Fabio Quartararo might have the most wins so far but the emergence of Joan Mir presents another young dynamic to a 2020 championship that continues to curl. What does history tell us?
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