Jack Kennedy BBG Interview, Jack Kennedy has had a strong campaign in WOrlD Supersport and the Dubliner sat down with me at Jerez to talk about his year.
Chaz Davies looks back on his path to Ducati If variety is the spice of life than Chaz Davies has already lived a full life however 2014 has given the Welshman’s the chance to race for the factory Ducati squad in WSBK.
Eugene Laverty interview 2014 has been a difficult season so far for Eugene Laverty. A victory at the opening round of the WSBK championship at Philip Island providing some hope of a successful season however the Irishman has been beset by problems however a MotoGP test with Suzuki opens the possibility of a move to the premier class in 2015
MCN Lowes crash Assen 2014 Photo of Sam Lowes’ crash during Assen Moto2 Grand Prix used by MCN UK
Ben Spies Interview Recently retired World Superbike champion and MotoGP race winner Ben Spies looks back at his career and his move from the US AMA championship to Europe and eventually MotoGP.
Michael Laverty interview As Michael Laverty prepares for his second season in MotoGP the Irishman sat down to talk about what he has learned over the past year and his prospects for 2014
Sam Lowes interview Sam Lowes, the reigning World Supersport champion, talks about adapting to life in Moto2 and the challenges he faces in 2014. Lowes, twin brother to Suzuki’s WSBK racer Alex, also discusses their relationship and the benefits of having a fast brother.
Dani Pedrosa interview A quick chat with Dani Pedrosa as he looks forward to the 2014 MotoGP season and the upcoming second winter tests at Sepang.
Marc Marquez interview Marc Marquez is arguably the most exciting motorcycle to have come into MotoGP since Valentino Rossi and the Spaniard’s historic 2013 campaign was breathtaking to behold. In this interview he looks back on his title winning season, the prospects of retaining the championship and how he is adapting to life as a power player within HRC.
Marquez gears up for biggest challenge yet Winning one world title is hard, even for Marc Marquez, but retaining a championship has proved an even bigger challenge. Jorge Lorenzo and Casey Stoner weren’t able to do it but can Marquez become the first rider since Valentino Rossi in 2009 to successfully defend the MotoGP crown?
Jonathan Rea interview 2013 was a disappointing season Jonathan Rea. A mid-season leg fracture left him sidelined for the end of the campaign but with updates to the Honda package the WSBK race winner is confident of improved fortunes in 2014.