Maverick Vinales in a shocking, but not so shocking move, announced a separation between himself on Yamaha. Dre talks about Mav's complicated career, and what set him up to fail.
Dre looks back on a scary MotoGP weekend in Austria, and the curious breakup between Dovi and Ducati.
With Marc Marquez and Jonathan Rea carrying substantial championship leads and we're not even halfway in, Dre talks about their dominance, and why looking elsewhere may be the solution.
For Day 24, Dre tackles some of the key points going into the 2017 MotoGP Season!
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.
Viva La France. I review the best of Moto2 in 2015, as Johann Zarco made history, Alex Rins captivated, Tito Rabat suffered, and we all wondered just how good Jonas Folger actually is.
(Note, I’m renaming this series Dre’s Newswipe, in tribute to one of my TV heroes, Charlie Brooker. He’s the goddamn man and if you’ve never watched Black Mirror, or any of his satirical TV/Gaming/News shows, [...]