Valencia finale: Ducati and Pecco Bagnaia had to make it work this season. Last season they had one hand on the title, but in the end they lost out. Pecco Bagnaia narrowly failed last year to make the Italian dream come true.
For a long time I struggled with myself. Victor Steeman's accident was more than tragic. I saw it, as did many others. Only I wasn't sitting in front of the television or in a grandstand. I was standing in a box, few boxes next to the one of Victor's team. I was on the spot. Witnessed everything live.
The riders of the Moto3 were still lucky. Their race at the Thailand GP in Buriram took place in dry conditions. Not so for the Moto2. Just in time for the start of the race, the first drops announced themselves
A year ago Lennox Lehmann celebrated his World Championship debut as a wildcard rider in Barcelona. At that time he had opened his chapter World Championship there. Last weekend he returned to the track as a permanent starter.
Joy and sorrow often lie close together. Sometimes even side by side in the same box. After three years, it was finally back to Japan.
A weekend to forget. Well, actually only the Sunday. Actually only the last three laps, because until then it went quite well. Lennox Lehmann fought his way from his starting position into the leading group. He had chances for the podium. Until…
When half the rider field is out in Moto2, it's slippery. The conditions in MotoGP were ideal from the outside. Sun, no clouds and dry. But
More entertainment. More excitement. More racing action. Has MotoGP really become boring? Does it need a change?
The six-week summer break is over and things got off to a flying start at Silverstone. If we think back to the past races at Silverstone, one thing was always predominant, the typical English weather.
What does it take to be a good motorcyclist? Talent. A good team. A good bike. It also takes intuition to make the right decisions at the right time, so everything fits together.