Providing MotoGP’s black gold: Exclusive Interview with Bridgestone’s Tom Tremayne
Bridgestone enters their third year as the single tyre supplier for MotoGP. 2011 is also the last year of their contract as such and at the moment it’s up in the air if 2012 will see the return to tyre competition along with the switch to 1000cc bikes or... Read more
The FIM has announced the following provisional entry list for all classes in the 2011 MotoGP World Championship… Read more
The Big Picture
The story of just what it takes to produce the international MotoGP TV feed Many thanks to Sergi Sendra and Dorna Sports for their co-operation. It’s not hard to imagine that producing the international TV feed for a sport such as MotoGP must be a pretty immense task. But it’s not... Read more
Official 2010 MotoGP Season Review DVDs on sale now
Okay – it’s that time of year to splurge again on the Official MotoGP season review DVDs – for the top class, Moto2 and 125cc, and the usual special ‘additional’ release. The Official season review for the premier class is also available on Blu-ray disc this year, whilst fans can... Read more
“The Route To Glory” Official MotoGP DVD Out Now
It’s almost becoming a tradition that each season end sees not only the release of the year’s MotoGP and feeder classes Season Review DVDs, but also a companion Official MotoGP DVD of some kind, such as the previous releases “Evolution of a Species” and “The A-Z of MotoGP”, both... Read more
Beat The Off-Season Blues With The Off-Season Video Pass
If, like most fans, you’re already experiencing withdrawal symptoms now the final race is over and the winter is drawing in, then don’t worry – you can watch loads of great video at motogp.com with the excellent Off-Season Video Pass. Read more
Exclusive Julian Ryder Interview
If you’re a fan of MotoGP and especially if you’re a British fan of MotoGP, then you know the legend that is Julian Ryder. Julian has been in in motorsport journalism for three decades now, longer than many fans of the sport have even been alive. For a similarly long time... Read more
Cal Bids Farewell To WSB With French Podium Bid
Britain’s Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha Sterilgarda) will be signing off from the Superbike World Championship this weekend, before he moves across to MotoGP next season, with a bid to take the overall third place in this year’s series and to notch up his ninth and tenth podiums. Full-season rookie Crutchlow has... Read more