Steve Martin has gone from World Superbike racer to commentator, and now he’s also a Le Mans 24-Hour race winner. We catch up with him.
MotoOnline.com.au brings you our exclusive first ever audio interview, with Australian Superbike Championship director Yarrive Konsky our first guest.
Reigning Superbike World Champion Troy Bayliss is enjoying life at home following a glorious career with triple WSBK crowns to his name.
Dan Stauffer did the double at Tasmania’s ASBK round last year, and this year he’ll aim for a repeat on the all-new Yamaha YZF-R1.
Josh Brookes has left World Supersport for British Superbike in 2009, joining the factory ranks along the way.
Troy Corser chats to MotoOnline.com.au about his role with BMW in 2009, as well his his thoughts on the new Superpole.
Moto Online catches up with Suzuki’s Josh Waters, who took his first ASBK victory last weekend.
Double Aussie Superbike champ Jamie Stauffer wants his third crown in 2009, and he’s got the new R1 as his weapon of choice.
We take an inside look at this year’s MotoGP tyre allocation sheet with the man in charge, Hiroshi Yamada.
Valentino Rossi will be gunning for world title number nine this year, ready and refreshed after a deserved break. The Doctor’s ready to rumble.
After a miraculous rookie season last year, Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo is about to make life much more difficult for Vale Rossi at Yamaha if things go his way in 2009.
Italian Davide Brivio is ready for MotoGP 2009, explaining many aspects of Yamaha’s factory MotoGP operation.
Jason O’Halloran won the Aussie Supersport title in 2007, won Superbike races in his rookie season in 2008, and now looks for success in BSB.
New Aussie Superbike champ Glenn Allerton has had a rollercoaster career but now he's the country's best.
Moto Online catches up with 1987 500cc World Champion Wayne Gardner to reflect on his rapid rise to stardom in bike racing's golden era.