Official MotoGP Season Review 2016

Official MotoGP Season Review 2016
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Format: Hardback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781910505151
Publisher: Block from ONIX
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Now in its 13th year of publication, this officially endorsed all-colour hardback provides comprehensive coverage of the 18-race MotoGP World Championship season of motorcycle racing, complete with race reports, comment, analysis and statistics, written and edited by TV commentator Julian Ryder and featuring superb photography by Andrew Northcott. Fast-track printing immediately after the last MotoGP race of the season means that this sought-after book of record becomes available as quickly as possible.

Eight-page reports of each MotoGP race, complete with full statistics and lap-chart graphics.

In-depth technical analysis of the year's talking points from leading MotoGP technical expert Neil Spalding.

The unique 'Rider's Rider of the Year' poll ranks the year's contenders according to votes by the riders themselves.

Superb photography by Andrew Northcott captures all the excitement, action and atmosphere of motorcycle racing at its best.

Supporting Moto2 and Moto3 categories covered in full, as well as the Red Bull Rookies races.

Riders for Health, the official MotoGP charity, reports on its achievements in 2016.

Officially endorsed by DORNA, organisers of MotoGP.

The author

Carmelo Ezpeleta is the CEO of Dorna Sports (organizing body of MotoGP).

Julian Ryder has been a motorcycle journalist since 1980 and editor of the Official MotoGP Season Review since its inception in 2004. In the late 1980s Julian was running Road Racer magazine when he was invited to Eurosport's studios to see a motorcycle Grand Prix being broadcast. The regular commentator was stranded at another event so the producer gave Julian the microphone. From then on commentating has been mixed with writing and nowadays Julian is on BT Sport's MotoGP commentary team. From 1993 to 2000 Julian was a member of the Sky Sports team that brought the golden era of World Superbike and Carl Fogarty's championships to British bike fans. In 2001 he moved to Eurosport to commentate on the last year of 500cc Grand Prix racing and then 12 seasons of MotoGP. Julian transferred to the top class of racing at the same time as Valentino Rossi burst on to the scene and he has commentated on all of Rossi's races since then. Julian's books include Honda's V-Force and an official biography of Carl Fogarty.

Mat Oxley is an Isle of Man TT winner and lap record holder. He has been writing about motorcycle racing for magazines and newspapers since the late 1980s, and his books include acclaimed biographies of Valentino Rossi and Mick Doohan, plus the Cold War motorsport spy story Stealing Speed. His contribution to the Official MotoGP Season Review is a typically insightful summary of the season as a whole.

Neil Spalding writes about technical aspects of MotoGP for a selection of motorcycle magazines and newspapers throughout the world as well as for the Official MotoGP Season Review. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed book MotoGP Technology. When not at the circuits Neil runs Sigma Performance, which designs and sells slipper clutches for racing motorcycles.

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Format: Hardback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781910505151
Illustrations: 250
Size: 9.3 in x 12 in / 236.22 mm x 304.8 mm
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