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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…

You got the look: MotoGP bike design

Each MotoGP season brings forth fresh team launches. The events themselves strive for novelty or originality but the unveiling of the race bikes can often be underwhelming. Perhaps it’s trickier than we think to design a striking shape and livery? We asked some experts…while Neil Morrison provides his take on the whole Suzuki saga

And then there were two

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…

Holding their nerve

It was a ‘black’ day at a sunny Gran Premio Michelin de la Republica Argentina but from where Neil Morrison was sitting at Termas de Rio Hondo it was an entirely memorable round of MotoGP. In this April segment of the magazine we also ride Yamaha’s ‘anniversary’ R7 and take a look back at six decades of the Iwata firm’s existence in Grand Prix…

Telling Stories

Qatar 2022 for the first round of the longest season on record, a 2021 Ducati Desmosedici triumphed, a refined 2021 KTM RC16 finished on the podium at a track where the Austrian bike had never entered the top five and the most radical overhaul of Honda’s twenty-year-old RCV concept took third place on the podium. For one brand and team time stood still. Full reaction inside. Get scrolling.