Featured In the September 2022 issue of Roadracing World:
When Italian veteran Andrea Dovizioso retires following the San Marino Grand Prix, the MotoGP World Championship loses its final link to GP racing’s two-stroke era. Dovizioso made his Grand Prix debut at Mugello in June 2001, walking into a paddock to the tune of the ring-a-ding-ding of two-strokes being warmed up for action: 500cc Fours, 250cc Twins and 125cc Singles.
When he walks out of the paddock at Misano his ears will have been battered all weekend by the roar of open-piped four-strokes: 1000cc Fours, 765cc Triples and 250cc Singles…
—MotoGP Analysis: Italian Veteran Andrea Dovizioso Retiring, by Mat Oxley
Andrea Dovizioso is best known for developing Ducati’s Desmosedici into a MotoGP race winner and beating Marc Marquez. The now-retiring Italian speaks about how MotoGP changed during his two decades in the paddock. Read the insights of one of the pillars of GP racing—it’s all in the latest issue of Roadracing World!
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