Book Details
Author: Julian Ryder
Format: Hardcover, 9” by 11”, 208 pages
Photos: 250 color
ISBN: 1-893618-80-3
Price: $99.95
MotoGP Season Review 2006 (The Publisher's Edition) MotoGP Season Review 2006 (The Publisher's Edition)

The battle for the 2006 MotoGP championship was one of the most dramatic in the history of Grand Prix motorcycle racing. David Bull Publishing is particularly proud to offer this special edition of MotoGP Season Review 2006 signed by 2006 MotoGP Champion Nicky Hayden. Just 300 copies are available, and each one is individually numbered.

Hollywood screenwriters could not have scripted a more exciting finale to the 2006 MotoGP season. Nicky Hayden took his epic fight with Valentino Rossi all the way to Valencia, the last of 17 races, and withstood towering pressure in that showdown while his veteran rival cracked—botching the start and crashing after five laps as he pushed to catch Hayden.

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In MotoGP Season Review 2006 Julian Ryder’s lively analysis of each event’s action is bolstered by an eye-opening and hugely informative collection of race data. Details include: qualifying times with gaps to the pole time; graphic lap-by-lap performance charts showing each rider’s progress (or slide back through the field); race-, lap-, and fastest-lap times; the average race speed for each rider; track maps with sections annotated with average speed and gear selection choices; points standings; and thumbnail reports all the riders, grouped as finishers or non-finishers.

The book’s fantastic reference content is supported by stunning photography from Andrew Northcott that offers a combination of dramatic track action and vivid scenes of the paddock and garage areas. MotoGP Season Review also presents features in which each bike is examined in detail, each rider’s season is scrutinized, and a poll in which the riders voted to decide their own “Rider of the Year”. This year’s result may surprise you.

Now Available! The exciting story of Nicky Hayden and his brothers Tommy and Roger, who compete in the AMA Superbike series. Packed with photos and behind-the scenes information, this biography provides the background on one of America’s most successful motorcycle racing families.

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