Where are they now? Troy Corser
Troy Corser – two-time WorldSBK champ turned instructor and historic racer
The teammate from hell
Back when he was just a boy, rather a strange one but very, very fast, the Spanish used to call him “’Round the outside”. For obvious reasons. In 2018, “Gorgeous Jorge” has earned a new nickname: “Up the blind side”. His switch from difficult Ducati to hairs-breadth
Setting up your home workshop
Creating an environment conducive to the act and enjoyment of motorcycle maintenance is as important as having the right gear. Your shed should entice you to spend some quality tool time with you know
Serendipity in the Never Never
A surreal encounter on the track between Spencer Gulf and Beagle Gulf
Where are they now? Jim Airey – King of the Speedway Royale
“We had to stuff newspapers in our leathers to reduce the impact of rocks”
KTM 1290 Super Duke GT
Sometimes, when the world feels like it’s not letting up, you’ve got to jump on a bike and get away
Where are they now? Charlie Edwards
Charlie Edwards built his first two-stroke – a 12cc model-aeroplane motor – while still at school before earning his private pilot’s licence at just 16 years old.
The future for Kenan Sofuoglu
Planning for the future. So what’s in store for a bloke who doesn’t want to quit?
Daniel ‘Chucky’ Sanders
Back home from Europe, and pinning it for success
Revolving Racer - Tommy Edwards
In the past few months Tommy Edwards has been in Europe testing and competing in the WorldSBK 300 championship. Here’s an insight into his new racing life.
The importance of being Rossi
I’ve been avoiding this topic, because it is kind of scary. I know how fanatical Rossi’s fans can be, and they could interpret this as insulting if they wish. Then I’d be in trouble.
Jack Forrest was the bloke with the most famous ‘elbow’ in Australia