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.
Back in November 2019, Dre tried to predict the 2021 MotoGP grid. Looking back on it, how well did he do?
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!
With Motorsport officially on hiatus, the rise of eSports and video games exhibitions have made a solid compromise. But not without cost. Dre analysis a tricky partnership.
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?
After the most controversial MotoGP race since Sepang of 2015, Dre talks about this weekend's Argentine Grand Prix with Marquez going too far and why there's more to it than just throwing the book at his actions.
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.
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.