February 2022 – Roadracing World Magazine

On the front cover: Josh Herrin drives through the infield at Daytona International Speedway during an AHRMA event in January, driving the 955cc Ducati Panigale V2, he will race against 600cc to 750cc four-cylinder and 675 three-cylinder motorcycles 798cc in the new look, March 2022 Daytona 200. Herrin won the Daytona 200 on a Yamaha YZF-R6. Photo by etechphoto.com.

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In this problem:


Inside Info: Damon Electric Hyperbike, Ducati V4 S, IPO LiveWire, New-Look Daytona 200

Historic racing bike illustrations: 1973 Seeley Suzuki TR500

Product Review: Stay Frosty Race-Ready Coolant

Presentation: Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak 2022

Quick Look: 2022 KTM 890 Duke is a Bigger Scapel

MotoGP analysis: The last technical battle of MotoGP: Stop, Turn, Go!

MotoGP analysis: Danilo Petrucci: from the Grand Prix to the Dakar Rally

Hanging with: MotoAmerica Racer David “Aussie Dave” Anthony


Army of Darkness Endurance 2021 Part 1: “Never Swim Against the Tide”


Letters to the Editor: A look back at the early days of RW

10 years ago, February 2012: On the cover, Chris Ulrich drives the 2012 CBR1000RR at Infineon Raceway (now Sonoma Raceway)

Facts and Figures: Danilo Petrucci’s Road Racing Career

The Children’s Page: Reese Frankenfield

The Crash Page: Danilo Petrucci and Alex Marquez plow the gravel in Germany, and Pol Espargaro flies in France

New products: Yamaha generators, Michelin Road 6 tires

Race, school and track day calendar: where and when to ride

ASRA/CCS bulletin

High performance parts and services

Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of An Ex-Racer: Test Bikes of 2021 Review

About Todd Wurtsbach

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