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.
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.
Lorenzo to Honda, Petrucci to Ducati, Mir to Suzuki? Dre breaks down one of the craziest 36 hours in recent Motorsport silly season history.
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.
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.
For Day 24, Dre tackles some of the key points going into the 2017 MotoGP Season!
As the 2016 season came to close, it also marked the end of a nine-year relationship between Yamaha and Jorge Lorenzo. I take a look back on one of MotoGP's true dynasties.
This wasn't the way the story was supposed to end for one of Motorsport's greatest ever names. I take a look at where "The Doctor" stands after his seventh straight season without a Championship.