MotoGP Season Review 2011: This book includes expert contributions on the technical side from Neil Spalding and stunning photography by Andrew Northcott. The supporting categories are also covered, and clearly presented statistics provide a comprehensive reference source for the future.
Performance Riding Techniques...The MotoGP manual of track riding skills covers starting and accelerating to braking, cornering, overtaking and even crashing. This book combines expert guidance from an experienced coach with advice and anecdotes from top MotoGP riders.
Jorge Lorenzo...The new king of MotoGP is a captivating visual study of the 2010 MotoGP World Champion. In collaboration with Matt Roberts, Jorge Lorenzo gathers a wealth of photos showing every aspect of his life in motorcycle racing and accompanies them with a sharp commentary.
Valentino Rossi...Portrait of a Speed God is a fabulous visual study with compelling photos and sharp narrative that captures the larger-than-life character of Valentino Rossi. Rossi is one of the world's most charismatic sporting personalities, both on and off the track.
Wayne Rainey: His own story is the official biography of the legendary American triple 500cc world motorcycle champion. It covers his two lives: from childhood up to the moment he crashed in Italy in 1993 severing his spinal cord, then afterwards struggling to come to terms with being in a wheelchair and returning to the track as a racing team owner.
Jorge Lorenzo (3rd edition)...My story so far is the updated edition of Lorenzo's quirky, insightful and highly readable autobiography covering the 2010 season in full.
GP racing's golden age with Schwantz, Rainey, Doohan, Lawson & Gardner is the first to cover this era of Grand Prix racing, when macho colonials slugged it out on evil two-strokes capable of 200mph.
MotoGP Source Book presents a fact-packed and statistics-laden year-by-year history of sixty years of World Championship MotoGP motorcycle racing.
The remarkable true story of how one of Japan's biggest motorcycle manufacturers stole a Nazi rocket scientist's engine secrets from behind the Iron Curtain to win the motorcycle power race and conquer the world. Written by Isle of Man TT winner Mat Oxley, Stealing Speed is a breathtaking tale of racetrack heroics and Cold War skulduggery.