A Case for Pascal: Why Wehrlein is the Logical, Strategic Choice to Replace Rosberg at Mercedes F1


When I saw the news this past Thursday that Nico Rosberg had retired in the immediate aftermath of his first drivers' championship, I was as shocked as anyone else. However, my mind almost immediately shifted from the present to the future. I immediately began to consider who could take Rosberg's seat this late in the silly season. The Mercedes F1 ride is probably the most coveted in… Continue reading A Case for Pascal: Why Wehrlein is the Logical, Strategic Choice to Replace Rosberg at Mercedes F1

American Motorcyclist Magazine Full Interview


Back in August, I was asked by American Motorcyclist Magazine Managing Editor Jim Witters for a interview concerning my involvement in the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA)'s EAGLES program. American Motorcyclist is the official magazine of the AMA, and I was delighted to see it highlighting the AMA's political advocacy program. The motorcycling lifestyle is under… Continue reading American Motorcyclist Magazine Full Interview

Fresh Out of the Trenches, Pits, and Paddocks: Looking Back at My First Year as a Motojournalist


I had been an avid fan and supporter of motorcycle road racing in the United States for nearly a decade. I had watched hundreds if not a thousand motorcycle races on TV, assembled an impressive library of recorded races, and had built up a fair amount of knowledge about the sport. But I always felt that there was something more… Continue reading Fresh Out of the Trenches, Pits, and Paddocks: Looking Back at My First Year as a Motojournalist