Motocourse 2018-19

The World's Leading Grand Prix & Superbike Annual

Motocourse 2018-19 The World's Leading Grand Prix & Superbike Annual
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Format: Hardback, 328 Pages
ISBN: 9781910584323
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Description

Motocourse 2018-19covers both the MotoGP season and its 19 Grand Prix races in all three classes (MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3) in great detail with every race report backed by qualifying times, full race results and MotoGP lap charts. There are compelling features reflecting the key stories of the season, a team-by-team review which analyses the fortunes of the competing MotoGP squads highlighted by the superb bike illustrations by Adrian Dean. Often contentious, the editor chooses his top ten riders of the season and ranks them on the basis of their performances throughout the year.
 
Not content with providing 240 pages of MotoGP coverage, Motocourse 2018-19 also gives extensive space to the World Superbike Championship which includes reports and photos of all 13 rounds, and a review of the riders and teams and bikes. Other categories featured in Motocourse 2018-19 include:
  • Red Bull Rookies
  • Teenage riders aiming for the stars
  • The World Supersport Championship
  • The highly competitive British Superbike Series. 
At 328 large format pages, Motocourse 2018-19 provides the most comprehensive record of the year’s sporting action published anywhere in a single volume. It truly is the bible of motorcycle racing.
 

The author

Michael Scott writes brilliantly about people, including the well-reviewed Barry Sheene: Motorcycle Racing's Jet-set Superstar, as well as biographies of Valentino Rossi and Wayne Rainey. He is a long-time MotoGP correspondent and the editor of the annual Motocourse series. He lives in London.

Scottish journalist, Gordon Ritchie has been writing about motorcycles for more than 20 years, having been an engineer in a previous life. He has attended every Superbike World Championship race since becoming a freelance journalist at the start of the 1999 season, having been the Deputy Editor of SuperBike Magazine in the UK before then. Ritchie has been active in the MotoGP and BSB Championships over the years and contributes to some of the biggest motorcycle publications and websites in the world.

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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Specs

Format: Hardback, 328 Pages
ISBN: 9781910584323
Illustrations: 1000 color photos
Size: 9.5 in x 12.5 in / 241.3 mm x 317.5 mm
Edition: Forty-third Edition
Published:

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