Off Motogp Season Review 2008
Now in its fifth year, the official MotoGP Season Review records the 2008 season with a captivating blend of fine writing, expert analysis, brilliant photography and detailed statistics. This was the year Valentino Rossi took back his title, winning nine of the 18 races and standing on the rostrum an astonishing 16 times. He also regained the MotoGP crown after a gap of two years, something only t...
Series: Motogp Season Review
Hardcover: 216 pages
Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK; 2008 ed. edition (August 1, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 0.8 x 12 inches
Amazon Rank: 3458376
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“I love MotoGP racing, the bikes, and the superstars who ride them. I admit my bias, but I love the series of books. My only complaint is why the author reveals the winner in the title or the first few sentences of the description of each race. Why no...”
e great Giacomo Agostini has achieved before in the entire history of the GPs Off track, there was plenty of intrigue surrounding the move to a single tire supplier for 2009. Each of the 18 races is covered in depth, with full race report and supporting statistics. There is a technical review of the bikes, featuring a stunning double-page photo of each machine, and each rider's season is summarized. Finally, there is the unique Riders' Rider of the Year feature, in which all the riders who have ridden more than one MotoGP race this season vote to find out who they judge is the best rider.