In the space of two weeks, Jorge Lorenzo went from rejected bust, to something resembling his best. Meanwhile, Dovizioso might have already thrown his title chances away. Dre writes about the changing tides at Ducati.
(Header image, courtesy of Formula E) Formula E is a progressive series, for motorsport. In a sporting world where questioning the importance of oil is anathema and climate change denial de rigeur there is something [...]
In this highlight from BikeLive, Louis Suddaby and Andre Harrison debate the struggles at Alex Marquez has been going through in Moto2, after another disappointing crash in Brno. Taken from #BikeLive Episode 72 "Dovi, Digi [...]
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY WE'RE UPLOADING THIS NOW BECAUSE OF NANDO'S TEASED ANNOUNCEMENT, HONEST! From last week, Ryan King, RJ O'Connell, Patrick Hoffstetter and Christopher DeHarde analyse some of the movers and shakers in [...]
In this episode of the Drebrief, Dre talks about Daniel Ricciardo's move from Red Bull to Renault's factory team, the state of play in F1's busiest Silly Season in years, and why Factory teams hoarding [...]
Taken from Episode #153 (The Wingman): https://soundcloud.com/motorsport101/episode-153-the-wingman In this highlight, Ryan, RJ and Dre talk about Force India entering Administration from the UK High Courts last week, Rich Energy attempting to buy the team and [...]