Has MotoGP endured a three-round phoney war? How did Alex ‘Rins’ the rest at COTA and what does Dorna senior management have to say about the big changes in Grand Prix this year?
Rolling free of a motorcycle means a blow to the body, confidence and championship points tally, and frequently, it’s just an undesirable facet of the sport. The fallers at the Grande Premio 888 de Portugal spanned the range so what happened and what do the incidents mean?
Is Alex Rins firmly back in the MotoGP game after his Silverstone opus? Or does Marc Marquez need to keep a closer eye on his back?
2018 was a very solid term for Suzuki as Alex Rins emerged as the man to lead the factory in what could be their most potent assault in ’19. Is ‘Rinsy’ really a valid title contender? Neil weighs up the debate
We’re not quite sure what possessed Neil to orientate some predictions for 2018 MotoGP based on some promising developments at Sepang this week but it makes for some curious reading in his latest Blog
“He loves it…” was Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki’s Tommy Searle’s description when asked of friend and occasional co-trainer Sam Lowes. The Grand Prix winning motocrosser was speaking in the general sense and the truth is that you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more irrepressible, buoyant, appreciative and friendly rider in the MotoGP paddock than the 25 year old. Read on…