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ASK KEVIN: Why is Valentino Rossi So Fast? Is it because the Italian MotoGP pilot switched crew chiefs?

ASK KEVIN: Why is Valentino Rossi So Fast? Is it because the Italian MotoGP pilot switched crew chiefs?

QUESTION: If memory serves, Valentino Rossi's decision to end his long collaboration with crew chief Jeremy Burgess at the end of the 2013 season was fairly commonly dismissed as the desperate act of a fading star. It no longer looks that way now. Is Rossi's performance in the time since a...

Published on July 9 2015, 19:45
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

MotoGP's annual Pacific do-si-do begins this week in oppressively hot Sepang, Malaysia, home to the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix. Combining high-speed racing and mind-numbing heat, it is the Pacific Rim's answer to biathlon, the ridiculous Nordic merger of downhill skiing and... 

Two hours after the second MotoGP practice for last weekend's German Grand Prix, I interviewed factory Movistar Yamaha's Valentino Rossi for Spain's Tele5 with the understanding that the full interview would also be available on Cycle World's website. The short televised version of the... 

There are two basic ways to report Valencia. One is to think like a race announcer and try to whip up excitement even if there may not be much doubt of the result. The other is to accept that Marc Marquez's 2014 dominance has been the most complete on record, and that he was usually able to win,... 

Scout's Corner: Breaking Down Cal Crutchlow The following scouting profile has been excerpted from Scout's Guide to MotoGP 2016. Each profile is based on exhaustive interviews with a panel of MotoGP insiders, including highly-decorated racers, team managers, and journalists. Birthdate: 10/29/85... 

The return of Casey Stoner to Ducati as a test rider has raised more questions than it answered. Fans and media alike are in a state of confusion about his intentions, especially given the times he was setting on the Ducati Desmosedici GP15. What was he doing? Will he race again? When will he... 

What is Valentino Rossi doing back on a race bike just 22 days after breaking both the tibia and fibula in his right leg? The answer is simple enough: racing. How on earth can he be thinking about racing so soon? Quite simply, because his leg is in much, much better shape than he expected it to... 

The news that Cal Crutchlow has signed a two-year deal with Ducati led to howls of despair from MotoGP fans, especially among those in the UK. Why, they asked, would Crutchlow willingly leave the Tech 3 Yamaha team and the as-near-factory-as-possible M1 to take on the miserable task of taming...