Rossi v Lorenzo: Who was right?

Rossi v Lorenzo: Who was right?

MotoGP's dormant civil war between two of its biggest names flared up again at the San Marino Grand Prix. But perhaps there's more to it than a simple difference of opinion over a pass for the lead

Is there a more unpredictable, more unmissable form of motorsport in 2016 than MotoGP? Moto3 runs it close, though does lose some points for Brad Binder's dominance at the front, but otherwise I am hard-pressed to think of a better product.

What looked like it might be another private party for Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo has erupted into eight different winners in the last eight fascinating races after Dani Pedrosa stormed to his first victory in nearly a year at Misano. Ordinarily, that would have been enough for one Sunday, but Lorenzo and Rossi brought us much, much more in the post-race press conference and brought another subplot into play.

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