OTOR Issue 41Wednesday, October 17, 2012 | 9:05 AM
Forty-first issue of this bi-weekly motorcycle sport magazine, tackling the latest races and issues in MotoGP, the FIM Motocross World Championship and AMA Motocross/Supercross as well as general motorcycling and accesories with the best blogs and photographs.
In OTOR 41… -MotoGP nears gripping finale: the Pedrosa and Lorenzo duel could go the distance for a tense conclusion at Valencia to the 2012 title chase.Motegi reaction and Gavin Emmett blogs from overseas. -The end for CP? Christophe Pourcel is turning his back on Grand Prix racing after one year in MX1. With no confirmed ride in the U.S. what is next for this talented 24 year old? Exclusive interview. -BMW gets serious: No GS or Superbike frolics here for the mammoth European Motorrad section as Roland Brown takes the company’s scooters for a spin. Here’s the verdict. -MX going quieter: 2013 sees lower noise limits for the FIM MX World Championship and this means a tough technical test ahead for the MX2 class. Some of the leading tuners speak out
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