MotoGP Mutterings: 2019 US Grand Prix parts 1, 2 and 3by Mat Oxley on 23rd April 2019
The complete set of MotoGP Mutterings from the 2019 MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas
"Suzuki has finally created a motorcycle that can win the MotoGP world championship for the first time since Kevin Schwantz and his RGV500 won the 500cc title in 1993, more than a quarter of a century ago."
At COTA Suzuki took its third victory in its 245th MotoGP race and the GSX-RR may finally be a championship contender.
"After three races Valentino Rossi is in the hunt – riding a subtly improved YZR-M1 and riding as well as ever, maybe even better than ever."
Why Rossi could win the championship and why Ducati, Honda and Yamaha had very different weekends at COTA.
"It’s not often that the events of several hundred million years ago bother MotoGP riders and engineers. But they do at COTA."
The horror of sixth-gear tank-slappers, playing tricks with Michelin’s front slicks and Ducati’s ongoing ergonomics work.