In the September 2022 issue of Roadracing World:

With Italian veteran Andrea Dovizioso retiring after the San Marino Grand Prix, the MotoGP World Championship loses its last link to the era of two-stroke GP racing. Dovizioso made his Grand Prix debut at Mugello in June 2001, entering the paddock to the sounds of two-strokes warmed up for action: 500cc fours, 250cc twins and 125cc singles.

When it rolls off the dock at Misano, its ears will be pounding all weekend with the roar of open-pipe four-stroke engines: 1000cc four-strokes, 765cc triples and 250cc singles…

—MotoGP analysis: Italian veteran Andrea Dovizioso retires by Matt Oxley

 

Andrea Dovizioso is best known for turning Ducati’s Desmosedici into a MotoGP race winner and beating Marco Marquez. The now-retired Italian talks about how MotoGP has changed over his two decades in the paddock. Read about one of GP racing’s mainstays – all in the latest issue The world of road racing!

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