Andrea Dovizioso and Cal Crutchlow, both decade plus-veterans of the sport, confirmed they won't be back in 2021. Dre writes about the legacies they leave behind.
Dre looks back on a scary MotoGP weekend in Austria, and the curious breakup between Dovi and Ducati.
With Marc Marquez taking his 7th World Title in MotoGP, he's getting dangerously close to the sport's perennial yardstick in Valentino Rossi. In a return of one of his favourite series, Dre sits down with... himself, and debates, who's better? Marquez or Rossi?
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.
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.
A look at both sides of what could be the biggest Free Agency decision in MotoGP history.
I chat with myself as I try to make sense of the 150 different permutations that could make up the 2017 MotoGP field.
Marc Marquez returns to the summit, Andrea Iannone is left picking up the pieces, God loves Valentino Rossi and Kharui Pawi marks his name in history.
Jorge Lorenzo continues to dominate, Moto2 suffers a farce over a jump start, and Niccolo Antonelli wins one of THE great Moto3 races of all-time.