In what was the closest and most intense season of MotoGP in living memory, in the 18 races the championship lead changed hands time and again as five riders battled for supremacy week in week out but Marc Marquez put it all on the line to win the title.
The 24-year-old has now won four MotoGP crowns in the last five years and has only been beaten once since his arrival in the class. His speed, commitment and over-the limit riding style is now the benchmark by which all other MotoGP riders are judged.
Inside this special edition you can relive all the highs and lows of the season. Our new GP champion spills the beans on his season, Guy Martin tells us why he has called time on road racing and John McGuinness talks about his future.
We also look at the road to glory in a brilliant year of British Superbikes and World Superbikes, with Shakey making it to six and the unstoppable Rea winning his third title in a row.
Inside this special edition
'The most stressful title yet' champ reveals why 2017 pushed him to the limit
Beating the pain barrier - Just 24 days after breaking his leg, Rossi defies the odds to secure front row start and fifth place finish
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After 14 years of road racing Guy Martin is hanging up his leathers after a horrible year