The most interesting thing about the climax of the 2015 MotoGP season was that on track events exposed some uncomfortable truths, and in that sense has been very refreshing.
With the crowning of MotoGP’s youngest ever world champion, the restructuring of regulations for 2014, and WSBKs sharing GP’s organisational umbrella, it seems prescient to take a look at Dorna – sole rights holders to motorcycling’s two most prestigious race series.
You know we do, which is why we’ll be back with some heavy hitting gear in the very near future. We got digests of the trade shows (Milan & Brum), meaning a totally objective overview of developments which actually matter. We got extended Honda tests: the NC 700 series v London – does the auto option, an alleged 90 mpg peak torque low down and easy handling provide an answer for urban based riders who want something more than a big scoot? And if so, which of the new boys hit the spot in the smoke – and beyond? And that’s just for starters.
We’ll be invoicing Bridgepoint for the consultancy fee….
The first thing an interested observer has to understand regarding MotoGP’s crisis management strategy – or the lack of one – is the business relationship between the premier class and WSBK.
A lot of you will have seen this before, but this footage represents something which transcends sports photography. If feels more like an artwork.
For some time now, it has been evident that CS is riding at a sublime level.