People the world over like racing. If it moves, somebody’s probably tried to make it move faster than everybody else. Motorcycles, of course, are seemingly made for racing and we couldn’t be happier about it. If you want to see how the best two-wheel racers in the world are doing in the top series across the globe, this is the place.
With all the drama of the last two weeks, we still need to settle things on the track.
Who won the Malaysian Grand Prix? Who cares? The big story was Valentino Rossi and his sudden vendetta with Marc Marquez.
Phillip Island delivered the kind of drama often missing in MotoGP with the top four riders in the series swapping the lead late.
Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo, he of the two fairly recent world championships, has a steep hill to climb.
The 2015 MotoGP championship season that was, back in April, a marathon is now a sprint.
Their relationship may have matured but Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo remain fierce rivals with a championship on the line.
The MotoGP racing gods decided to have a little fun, turning the rain on and off during the San Marino GP.
The wet weather proved to be a big factor as Valentino Rossi regains the lead in 2015 MotoGP World Championship.
He may be tied with Valentino Rossi for the points lead but Jorge Lorenzo holds both the tie-breaker and momentum.
Jorge Lorenzo punts Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi out of the lead for the 2015 MotoGP championship
Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi battle for the title while Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa look to get back in.
This year, more than any year in recent memory, races on Sunday are being won and lost on Saturday.
MotoGP starts the back nine of the 2015 season this week in Indianapolis with all four Aliens looking fast and frisky.
Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa were so fast this weekend they seemed to exit the space-time continuum.