The first of four Hall of Fame motorcycle features looks at three very different racers and three different human beings
The final Hall of Fame spotlight, focusing on Casey Stoner
Multiple champion Fast Freddie Spencer in the Hall of Fame spotlight
1970s cult hero Barry Sheene in the Hall of Fame spotlight
The Hall of Fame spotlight turns to shine on Valentino Rossi
The 2016 Michelin tyres and the difference they could make to MotoGP’s current running order
The Hall of Fame spotlight falls on ‘King’ Kenny Roberts
Triple champion Eddie Lawson in the Hall of Fame spotlight
Mike Hailwood, a star on two and four wheels, in the Hall of Fame spotlight
Geoff Duke in the Hall of Fame spotlight
The danger of being a fan of one rider over another and whether Marquez really could have overtaken Lorenzo
Mick Doohan in the Hall of Fame spotlight to begin the motorcycle category voting
For the Hall of Fame motorcycle category we discuss the likes of Rossi, Hailwood, Rainey, Doohan and Stoner
The nominees for the Motor Sport Hall of Fame from the world of motorcycling
The Malaysian Grand Prix was MotoGP’s weirdest weekend and will be talked about for years to come. Here’s what we think…
What is the title fight like between the crews of Rossi and Lorenzo? Pistols at dawn?
Two have been solved, but the most important one remains unanswered
Rossi struggles to beat Lorenzo on sheer speed, so what can save him at the few final races?
Could Yamaha favour one rider over the other? History suggests it might
Motor Sport has always covered both four wheels and two, and it is no different today. Whether it is his column in the magazine, the frequent road tests of the latest motorbikes, or his regular MotoGP features on the website Mat Oxley is well placed to write it. He is an Isle of Man TT winner and lap record holder, while as a scribbler he has written acclaimed biographies on Valentino Rossi and Mick Doohan.