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Fog Threatens To Delay Sunday Morning Warm Up At Laguna Seca - Update

Fog at the Red Bull US GP at Laguna Seca, Sunday Morning

The customary marine mist has rolled in over the hills of the Monterey Peninsula, delaying the start of the action at Laguna Seca. Practice for the AMA classes has already been rescheduled, but no news yet as to whether this will effect the warm up for the MotoGP class. If the fog persists, it will render data from the morning warm up fairly meaningless.

The good news for race fans is that this is unlikely to impact on the race itself. Fog in Monterey is common, and is usually burned off fairly quickly by the morning sun. The MotoGP bikes should be ready to race by 2pm local time.

UPDATE

Bikes out on track as scheduled, in cold and still misty conditions, but the fog seems to be lifting.

Scott Jones Shoots Laguna: Saturday Photos, Part 2


Double vision


Casey Stoner shows how to muscle a Marlboro Ducati upright


Mist: what makes Laguna Seca so tricky in the morning

Scott Jones Shoots Laguna: Saturday Portraits


While Yamaha celebrated the fans, Rossi celebrated his entourage, with a special helmet with photos of his friends and crew


Nicky Hayden had pimped his faux-hawk with some fancy racing stripes


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Scott Jones Shoots Laguna: Thursday and Friday Photos, Part 2


Jorge Lorenzo groks the internet. So do the 500 people who posted their photos on his bike through the Fiat On The Web initiative


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Dani Pedrosa lost out in the Repsol Honda battle, finishing behind Andrea Dovizioso on Friday

Scott Jones Shoots Laguna: Thursday and Friday Photos, Part 1


Back earlier than expected from a broken tibia, but The Corkscrew is tough on Rossi's shoulder and leg


The Corkscrew holds bad memories for Casey Stoner. Didn't stop him from being fastest on Friday though.


Laguna Seca is a tough track on rookies, with so much to learn. MotoGP veteran Loris Capirossi showed his Rizla Suzuki teammate Alvaro Bautista the fast way round.

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


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


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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


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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


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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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