On the Front Cover: MotoGP refugee Alvaro Bautista won everything in his World Superbike debut, riding a 2019 Ducati V4 R festooned with aerodynamic wings and allowed a higher rev limit than anything else on the grid. Was it a fluke, or does this change everything for the production-based World Championship?
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In This Issue:
Inside Info: Energica Explains Its Plans
Historic Racebike Illustrations: 1959 Honda RC 142
Yamaha YZF-R3 Intro: Yamaha’s Best U.S. Seller Is This Sportbike
Looking At The 2019 Factory MotoGP Racebikes:
Ducati Desmosedici GP19
MotoGP Spec ECU Explained
Michelin’s 2019 MotoGP Tire Plan
Ninja400R.com’s Turn-Key & Track-Ready Kawasaki Racebikes
Back In The Day: Editor’s Scrapbook: 1982 AFM Pro Budweiser 500k Endurance At Riverside Int’l Raceway
Product Evaluation: MotoSPEC Chassis Set-Up Program
2019 Roadracing World Young Gun Awards: The Best Fast Kids In North America
Shops: K & N Engineering
World Superbike: Bautista And Ducati V4 R Win At Phillip Island
Letters To The Editor
10 Years Ago
Kyle Wyman: Where’s Wyman?
The Kids’ Page: Owen Granoff
The Crash Page: Tony Arbolino High-Sides During The 2018 Moto3 Race At Valencia
Professional Services Directory
Racing, School, & Track Day Calendar
High Performance Parts & Services Directory
New Products: YZF-R3 Products Featured
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of An Ex-Racer