The throaty roar of an inline-four, the swish of a chequered flag, the camaraderie of riding together, and the legends and their greatest hits.

Month: October 2015

Fall From Grace: Sepang Clash and the Malaysian Grand Prix

There are some races that are recorded for posterity and go down in history for all the right reasons – for cheeky overtaking maneuvers or for hard-fought and well won battles. And then there are races that become history for all the wrong reasons. The 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang was supposed to be… Read More ›

MotoGP at Phillip Island: In which a long hibernation is broken

I have a confession. There are a couple of reasons why I haven’t written in such a long time (Don’t worry, I will keep it short). One is the inevitability of a regular, soul-sucking job. The other is the disappearance of my muse. And the last, and one which will perhaps elicit the maximum sniggers,… Read More ›