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MotoGP Qatar 2007 The opening round and a new visitor to the top step of the podium, bringing a whole new set of challenges to the rest of the pack, especially one V Rossi esq, who wants his title back...

MotoGP Spain 2007 Jerez is a perennial favourite with Rossi in particular, as well as being a brilliant place to go. A spectacularly close fought race that went right down to the wire...
MotoGP Turkey 2007 If ever a sigle race could show the importance of tyres, this was it. A total reversal of fortunes saw the Michelin shod teams struggle against their Bridgestone rivals...
MotoGP China 2007 First corner dramas and some inspired riding in a typically entertaining race. Close racing and hard overtakes but no change at the top...
MotoGP Le Mans 2007 A wet, wet race which again demonstrated two things. Just how good the Bridgestone wets are and just how talented one particular rider is in the rain. A welcome return to the top step for Suzuki...
MotoGP Mugello 2007 Mixed weather meant tricky conditions at a circuit where Rossi has won the last five races. A masterclass by the Italian and by a surprise Brazilian closed the gap at the top again...
MotoGP Catalunya 2007 Hard racing from the locals and some spectacularly mature riding by the youngsters opened that gap at the top back up again in an exciting, eventful race.
MotoGP Donington Park 2007 Wet and miserable, this roud was one of attrition as, by the end, anyone still upright and circulating was going to score points. Some amazing riding from a total newcomer and some pretty solid performnaces from the old hands, as well as some rather shoddy stuff as well...
MotoGP Assen 2007 Wet practice but a dry race made for some interesting tyre choices. Michelin finally seem to have caught up with Bridgestone now, and that gap at the top, though still significant, has started to close again.
MotoGP Sachsenring 2007 Honda finally manged to break their longest ever non-winning streak with a textbook performance from Dani Pedrosa while Valentino Rossi sportingly crashed to give Stoer the points. Or something.
MotoGP Laguna Seca 2007 That Australian just keeps on winning things, doesn't he? The championship is probably decided by now - in fact it may well have been decided ages ago - and it's not going to be Rossi's this year...
MotoGP Brno 2007 Stoner again, this time in even more emphatic style. He's got a sixty point lead, do you think he'll ease off at all now? Nope, me neither...
MotoGP Misano 2007 The season is getting rather predictable, now, and the young Australian is just about unstoppable.
MotoGP Estoril 2007 A late rally by Valentino Rossi shows that the Yamaha works sometimes, but it's probably too little too late...
MotoGP Motegi 2007 No prizes for guessing what happened here. It's a Ducati in the picture, need I say more?
MotoGP Australia/Malaysia 2007 The last two rounds were so uninteresting that we combined them into a single report to try to make enough in the to be worth reading...
   
 
SBK Qatar 2007 The first race of the season and the first time a newcomer has won straight out of the box. Some great racing saw two riders sharing the spoils and made us all realise why this championship is so good...
SBK Phillip Island 2007 Another pair of cracking good races, with the spoils again being shared between two riders. One of whome was now firm championship leader...
SBK Donington 2007 The return home for SBK, as this is where it all started twenty years ago. We had it all - drama, huge crashes, massive sense of humour failures and yet again wins shared between two riders.
SBK Valencia 2007 A win for a local hero and another for the championship leader was the outcome of one of the most exciting races of the year. Real edge of the seat stuff and more overtakes than an entire season of F1...

SBK Assen 2007 After last year's washout, this year was cripplingly hot. A pair of winners again, though one rider lost out on the double by just nine thousandths of a second. A truly inspirational second race followed a pretty exciting first one in the meeting of the year...

SBK Monza 2007 Not the best racig we've seen, and not the best result for the championship leader either. But for the first time this season a rider managed to do the double, which has made things interesting at the top of the table...
SBK Silverstone 2007 Wet as a very wet thing. So wet, in fact, that the second race was cancelled as the track was declared too wet for safety. The first race was agai one of attrition as riders were dropping like flies. But one particularly heroic ride stood out above the others...
SBK Misano 2007 Hot and dry as always, the Misano race was run the other way round from usual this year for safety. A double win from one rider and tyre woes for the championship leader saw the gap at the top of the table shrink down a bit...
SBK Brno 2007 A pair of podium finishes by championship leader Toseland, allied to some spectacularly inept riding by other members of the pack meant that the young Englishman did his chances no harm at all...
SBK Brands Hatch 2007 For so long the bogey circuit in Toseland's repertoire, the Brands Hatch demons were finally exorcised in emphatic style this weekend in a performance that probably sealed the championship as well...
SBK Lausitzring 2007 Popular with neither riders nor press, this truck racing circuit deep in Eastern Germany proved to be something of a bert noir for several of the front runners, Toseland in particular, as bad weather hampered things...
SBK Vallelunga 2007 New to the calendar, Vallelunga is a lovely circuit to ride though the facilities leave something to be desired. Could Toseland get his challenge back on track here, or was the following hoard going to swallow him up?
SBK Magny Cours 2007 The final knockings of the season saw a three way scrap for the title. Fog and some unplanned excitement saw the championship go right down to the wire - something we'd never have expected a few weeks ago...


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