With the 2017 Formula 1 Season said and done, it's time for Dre to look back over the year that was. In Part 1 of his Season Review, he breaks down the back of the grid, with a surprise Driver of the Year contender...
Austria was a conflicting MotoGP weekend. On one hand, some incredible racing. The other, the exposure of a circuit that may not be equipped to handle it. Dre writes about the Espargaro/Brookes Twitter fight, and why bike racing can't take chances on safety.
In the twilight of the World Athletics Championships, Dre writes a piece on both the state of Athletics and comparing it to Formula 1, where both sports are in times where they may need to think about how they're covered, and what's coming next.
In the wake of some questionable takes on Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Sebastien Buemi, Dre comments on the perceived lack of humanity that Motorsports can often give off.
In the land of World Superbikes, a mediocre Laguna Seca weekend caused public dissension about the future of the series. Dre dissects why he thinks that was unfair, but also the "Pandora's Box" that Dorna has unleashed on the series.
Lewis Hamilton has sparked a lot of fury from within IndyCar after his comments last week about the depth of its field. Dre talks more about the difficult nature F1 finds itself in to make new stars, and why IndyCar should be seen as an alternative, not a stepping stone.
I got a diary, you guys. And in it, I talk about MotoGP in Jerez as Pedrosa dominated, Alex Marquez and Aron Canet became first-time class winners, and Danny Kent felt like burning a bridge.
Four rounds into 2017 and Sebastian Vettel still leads the Championship. Dre blogs a bit about the nature of Ferrari's turnaround and the passionate brand being a catalyst for it all.
At Age 38, and after a crazy three rounds, Valentino Rossi leads the MotoGP Championship. Dre tries to break down another venture into Vale's world.
To catch-up, Dre wrote 2,500 on the last 2 weeks of biking. God help us all.