On the Front Cover: New rules meant to reduce costs by limiting testing by full-time MotoGP teams and riders backfired, forcing every factory to form a dedicated test team. In MotoGP Analysis, Mat Oxley looks at how the Suzuki test team and Sylvain Guintoli (50) made the GSX-RR more competitive. Photo by Milagro/DPPI.
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In This Issue:
Inside Info: Ducati Diavel 1260, Triumph Thruxton TFC, and more…
Racing History: How Honda Brought Multi-Cylinder Racebike Tech To The Street
Historic Racebike Illustrations: 1984 Ducati TT2
Quick Look: KTM 390 Duke, The Littlest Hooligan
Valentino Rossi’s Big Plan To Take Over GP Grids, Part 2
How Suzuki’s Test Team Made The GSX-RR Better
Product Evaluation: Warm & Safe Heated Base Layer And Gloves
Quick Look: MV Agusta F3 800 = Sound, Style, Torque
Back In The Day: Editor’s Scrapbook: 1984 WERA Endurance At Texas World Speedway
Army Of Darkness Pulled Back Into WERA/N2 Endurance, Part 2
Shops: Bell Powersports
SEMI-PRO AND CLUB RACING
Contingency Hunting: Jody Barry Makes Money On A Kawasaki ZX-6R In CCS Club Racing
More On Ohvale Mini Road Racers
Letters To The Editor
10 Years Ago
Melissa Paris: Just A Mom Who Likes To Go Fast
Kyle Wyman: Where’s Wyman?
The Kids’ Page: Keagan Brown
The Crash Page: Doug Stufflebeam Gets Really Sideways During The CCS Race Of Champions At Daytona
Professional Services Directory
Racing, School, & Track Day Calendar
High Performance Parts & Services Directory
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of An Ex-Racer