The year 2017 is over already so it is time to look forward to the year 2018. Here are my resolutions for this year.
The opening season of the World Supersport 300 Championship (WorldSSP300) is already a history. So I would like to review the whole 2017 season which is included as a part of the World Superbikes Championship. Continue reading
I know it’s been already more than a month since Czech GP 2017 happened but I have been a little bit busy since then. So finally now it’s the time to publish my memories on the race day – Sunday. The whole post is just about how I felt it, what I felt, how it was from my point of view. Continue reading
At the beginning of August Czech GP was organized here in my country. I am always happy to go to the beautiful Masaryk circuit. I always enjoy every little moment of the time there. As usual in the past few years I came to Brno already on Thursday and stayed there until the Sunday afternoon. Continue reading
In the previous blog post I was writing about my MotoGP CzechGP memories from 2013 and 2014. Both were just about seeing or meeting the riders. But since 2015 things have changed and I started to visit the whole Grand Prix weekends. There isn’t anything more amazing in this world than being at the circuit for the whole weekend! Continue reading
I have been a motorbike fan for many years already but only in recent few years I started to visit the Grand Prix action live. In this post (and also in some next ones as this will be divided into a few parts) I would like to share with you my experience from visiting it. Continue reading
The MotoGP World Championship has continued with another race weekend this week. The Championship moved to Germany to the Sachsenring circuit. In the wet qualifying it was Marc Márquez who took his 8th pole position in a row at this track. Danilo Petrucci and Márquez’s team mate Dani Pedrosa qualified to the front row too. Continue reading
Another Moto2 race weekend is behind us. It took place in Germany at the Sachsenring circuit. The weather wasn’t ideal with some rain during the weekend but luckily for the Sunday the clouds went away a little bit and it was dry race. Championship leader Franco Morbidelli started from pole position, his team mate Alex Márquez and local hero Sandro Cortese were in the front row as well. Continue reading