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
Stuff of legends: Going back to Imola & MotoGP & WorldSBK
The story of Ducati’s now-iconic race victory at Imola in 1972 and how it spawned a special motorcycle along with a new, excellent MotoGP column analysing whether Alex Rins is the dark blue horse that everybody should heed. This segment also asks questions of the ’22 WorldSBK opener at Aragon.
Fronting Up or Fading Away?
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?
Paying for the crash
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?
Walls closing In?
Ducati have a situation. Their satellite team-supported riders excelled at the Qatar double, usurping the hype and hope of the factory squad. What does this dynamic potentially mean for the racer with the most on his shoulders: Jack Miller?
Wading in again: what was H1 and the first SX like? [Fly Racing 2021 SX Blog #2]
Brand new Blogger for 2021 – Mike Antonovich – was on the floor at Houston for the first round of ’21 AMA Supercross. Was it racing but not as we know it?
Making it stick? 51 owns H1 [Fly Racing 2021 SX Blog #1]
It was a red night in Texas for the first night of Supercross and the second major motorcycle race of 2021. Steve Matthes was in Houston and watched Justin Barcia make a signal of intent for the third year in a row