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 the European Super League dead and Motorsport split as to how to make new fans, Dre talks on their approaches and why the kids are the future.
Jerez marked nearly 5 years since Jack Miller's miracle win at Assen. In the years since, win #2 felt far less like luck. Here's Dre on Miller and the power of self-belief.
The most fascinatingly unpredictable MotoGP Season of modern times. Dre with a deep dive on the stats and a review of the sport in 2020!
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.
Three biking short stories in one. Marc Marquez's mortality and the way we looked at his comeback, Fabio Quatararo's new place as GP favourite, and Redding's World Superbikes triumph!
In a running series at the top of the blog, Dre will keep a running diary of all the major MotoGP free agent movement!
Jorge Lorenzo hit the MotoGP with a surprising, yet unsurprising retirement. Dre reflects on his legacy and the end of an era in the sport.
Okay, we over-egged the Assen pudding expecting a barn-stormer, but Maverick Vinales winning still left some interesting thoughts...