Featured In The March 2023 Issue:
Ducati has led MotoGP technologically for the last few seasons, with the fastest engine, aided by game-changing downforce aerodynamics. This year is significant because it’s the first time that every factory on the grid is using ground-effect aero, 50 years after it arrived in Formula 1 cars.
Other changes in MotoGP this year are Saturday’s half-distance sprint races and the planned introduction of tire-minimum pressure regulations. This rule, which could have a major effect on the racing, will come into force at the fourth race, at Jerez—as
long as the teams all agree to it…
—Who’s Doing What In the Race To Catch Ducati, by Mat Oxley
Ducati’s four MotoGP rivals—Aprilia, Honda, KTM and Yamaha—have a difficult target: To catch the flying Desmosedici. MotoGP Editor Mat Oxley breaks down what each manufacturer is bringing to the track to do battle with the Bologna machines—and where each needs to level up its game. Get ready for the 2023 MotoGP season with the inside analysis—it’s in the latest issue of Roadracing World!
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