Andrea, what’s going on?

He is clearly one of the fastest MotoGP riders - as evidenced, for example, by the fact that he is the only rider to never have gone through Q1 this season - but this ability to ride fast on a motorcycle has not materialize anything for him. He went out the back door of Ducati, Suzuki renounced him after being their reference rider for two years ...What’s going on?

“You ask whatever you want, I’ll answer”, Marc Marquez (Part 2)

As promised, here is the part 2 of Marc Marquez interview we published 48 hours ago. In the first delivery Marc spoke about his "insistent" relationship with the crashes, about Dovizioso's hesitant season, about his future with Jorge Lorenzo in the same garage, about what has meant the arrival of Alberto Puig in the Honda Repsol Team, etc. ... This second part isn't less interesting and relevant

Why it’s “mandatory” to have a former rider in the box

Mortals have good days and bad days, but riders never seem to. And that's when "the tires aren’t working," "the asphalt has no grip" and all the other explanations we have heard so many times. It's in these moments is when a ex rider has to look him in the eye and say "no, don’t make excuse". Because he, as a former racer, is the only one who the rider recognizes as an equal.

About the absence of Yamaha in the Viñales/Forcada conflict

It’s obvious that Yamaha has not managed the disagreement generated between Ramón Forcada and Maverick Viñales, or if you prefer, that Maverick Viñales has with Ramón Forcada. Perhaps it’s not an error in management, but the sense is that it simply was not “managed” until the issue turned into a crisis and gone beyond the scope of the team.