Scott Jones, Ducati Corse

The Last Of Scott Jones' Photos From Silverstone: Race Day


Road Rash, 2010 Style: 41 Moto2 bikes head through the first chicane


Let joy be unconfined: Texas gets it done for Tech 3


Marc Marquez runs through a lap of the track in his mind as he waits on the grid

Scott Jones Shoots Silverstone: The Other Face Of The Paddock


The color makes the name superfluous


Blow, baby, blow


One man, three teams: Jorge Martinez aka Aspar

Saturday, Silverstone, Scott Jones' Photo Bonanza


Yamaha still can't find anyone to ride Rossi's bike


Dirty Leathers: Andrea Dovizioso had a big off, and no time to clean his leathers on Saturday


Full marks for effort: Randy de Puniet is on a mission at Silverstone

Scott Jones Shoots Silverstone: Day 1 Photos


Jorge Lorenzo learned his way around Silverstone surprisingly quickly


Birthday Boy: Kenny Noyes celebrated his 31st birthday with a fogged up visor


For the first time in a while, Ben Spies turned up at a track with the same level of knowledge as his rivals. He ended day 1 in 5th

Monday Is Race Day - As Seen Through The Lens Of Scott Jones


Stunning. Spectacular. Inspiring. The scenery at Miller is always great, even when the racing isn't.


She's done. Or how a Pirelli slick meets its end.


A race in a race: the World Superbike field rushes headlong towards Turn 1

More Photographic Goodness: Scott Jones' Sunday Images From Miller


Michel Fabrizio was beaten by his teammate for the first ime in a long time in Superpole at Miller


Rough and tumble: the story of Troy Corser's Superpole


A suitable boy: Leon Camier has done extremely well on the Aprilia RSV4, despite dwarfing the bike

You Lucky People: Scott Jones Is At Miller, And He Has His Cameras With Him


Jason DiSalvo celebrates racing at his home round with a special helmet paintjob


Jakub Smrz was part of the Great Ducati Revival in Utah


On a bigger bike this year, but still fast: Cal Crutchlow

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Kenny Noyes Interview: "Moto2 Is A Really Amazing Class!"

The 2010 season opener at Qatar also witnessed the birth of a brand new class. The Moto2 bikes - a prototype chassis housing a standardized Honda engine - had generated a lot of interest during the off season, not least because the class threw up a number of new and unknown names in the tests. One of the favorites to emerge from the preseason was American rider Kenny Noyes, riding a PromoHarris Moto2 bike for the Jack&Jones Banderas Racing team.

After finishing consistently in the top three during testing, Noyes had a difficult qualifying session, ending up just 30th on the grid. A tactical error, and being caught off guard by the adrenaline-fueled chaos of the last 10 minutes of qualifying saw Noyes 1.8 seconds off polesitter Toni Elias, at a track he had only seen before testing road bikes for a Spanish magazine. We caught up with Noyes a couple of hours before the Moto2 race was due to start at Qatar.

Kenny Noyes at Qatar, during the Moto2 race

MotoMatters.com: Nervous yet?

Kenny Noyes: Not now! [Laughs] I was real nervous before the first session, especially the first free session, going out there the first time in the World Championship, and learning the track. It's a lot to take in at once. But I kinda settled down as the weekend has gone on, and now I'm starting pretty far back, but we can only really go forward from here.

Photo Of The Day: Rossi's Red Hot Carbon Disks At Qatar

We have made no secret of our scepticism about MotoGP's season opening night race at Qatar. It delays the start of the season and is more about the spectacle of the lighting than the actual racing. But even we have to admit it produces some great side-effects. Here's our current favorite: Valentino Rossi during qualifying, trail-braking into a turn, his carbon-fiber disks lit up cherry red, as captured by MotoMatters.com's star photographer Scott Jones

Valentino Rossi at Qatar, brake disks lit up

Scott Jones' Race Day Photos From Qatar - Part II


Nicky Hayden found some answers on Sunday, and showed he hasn't lost his mojo


Dani Pedrosa's drawn out and public falling out with Honda continued at Qatar


Meanwhile, his Repsol Honda teammate showed there's not that much wrong with the RC212V, pushing Rossi hard for the win

Scott Jones' Race Day Photos From Qatar - Part I


Big Ben's tough qualifying was followed by an outstanding race


This was about as big as Valentino Rossi's lead got


Scorpion

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