This issue of MCN Sport features an in-depth interview with Cal Crutchlow, Britain's first MotoGP winner since Barry Sheene, ride to the Austrian MotoGP; reveal Bradley Smithís new KTM MotoGP racebike and reveal what MotoGP electronics actually do.
There's 30 pages of coverage of the Classic TT; a diary of two racers as they struggle to keep their bikes running and sanity unimpaired, exclusive interviews with team owners, mechanics and racers plus all the best pictures from the races including four studio-shot 500cc racebikes.
We go to the Spa Classic and the Erzberg Rodeo, and we find out why racers dangle their legs into corners, celebrate the extraordinary talents of US multi-discipline rider Steve Wise, pit Moto2 contenders Alex Rins and Sam Lowes together, and ask Neil Hodgson what it's like to ride Iannone's MotoGP Ducati.
Inside this issue....
Classic TT people
From famous faces to unsung heroes, from racing regulars to returning retirees, everyone at the Classic TT has a story.
A weekend at spa
Rupe Farnsworth thought he was in for a beery night watching classic racing with a mate. But then they got dragged into a jinxed classic endurance team...
Rins V Lowes
Different characters. Diverse upbringings. Both want to be Moto2 champion. But only one wants to be Batman...
Who dangles, wins
Riders have waggled a leg into turns for more than a decade - and yet it's still not clear exactly why they do it. Extreme limb flaunter Leon Haslam explains how hanging it out helps.