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IndyCar felt a tremor when Robert Wickens appeared on the scene in 2018, taking pole and nearly winning the first race, but 2019’s rookie could set off Yellowstone’s Caldera. Today, Stelvio Automotive looks at the force so powerful it was enough to beat Antonio Giovinazzi, Sweden’s rising star, Felix Rosenqvist. By Sean Smith

This week, Álvaro Bautista was announced as joining the works Ducati team in the World Superbike Championship for 2019. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look into the career of the rider who never quite realised his dream in MotoGP, but still has the potential to stamp his name into the record books. By Sean Smith

In a move that will change the face of Formula 1 for 2019, today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the tie up between the Honda Motor Company and the Red Bull Racing Team and tries to assess if it can provide the dream partnership of the century or if it will be the final nail in the Japanese brand's F1 ambitions. By Sean Smith

Tuesday 22nd May 2018 marks one year since the world lost one of its good guys. Today Stelvio Automotive remembers MotoGP Legend, Nicky Hayden and takes a look back at some of the crowning achievements which keep him in the hearts and minds of all who had the joy of supporting him in his sadly shortened, but one of a kind life. By Sean Smith

With the Australian Grand Prix only 14 days away, Stelvio Automotive takes a look back at the last two weeks of Winter Testing and who the winners and losers were around Barcelona. By Sean Smith

Hydrogen Technology is what will save the world, or at least that’s my theory if it can get into the hands of the masses. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the little car with the big ideas, the Riversimple Rasa. By Sean Smith

2018 is potentially going to be a big year for Suzuki in MotoGP. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the GSX-RR and questions if it could be a long shot for 2018 or if the riders will be its downfall. By Sean Smith