One hundred and tenth issue of this bi-weekly motorcycle sport magazine, tackling the latest races and issues in MotoGP, the FIM Motocross World Championship, AMA Motocross/Supercross and World Superbike as well as general motorcycling and accessories with the best blogs and photographs.
In OTOR 110:
The long shot? If Tony Cairoli can wrap a ninth world championship and seventh in a row in MXGP this year then it might be his greatest achievement yet. ‘222’ talks broken arms, Villopoto and 450s. Finding the Switch; How have electronics in the prototype-based class of MXGP moved on since the introduction of Power Assistance? We talked with some specialists in the paddock & the FIM’s view. No compromise; Aprilia have barely lapsed their grip on the throttle with the new RSV4 and Tuono V4 with two feisty machines guaranteed to raise heart rates. How do they fare? Roland tells. Neck craning; We asked three of the FIM/European scene’s top players for their thoughts on evolution in neck protection and, as Leatt athletes, what they think of the South Africans’ new 6.5 model. Race-Roundup; AMA MX from Spring Creek, SBK from Laguna, MXGP in Latvia and a MotoGP Blog from Germany where Marc Marquez blasted back from his supposed ‘crisis’ period