David Emmett

2015 MotoGP Sepang 1 Test Gallery - Poorly Framed And Out Of Focus Photos From Day 1


The biggest change on the 2015 Honda RC213V, the rear subframe mount points


Yamaha's exhaust is slightly different to the one trialed in Valencia. Looks good, sounds fantastic


Matteo Flamigni and his magical laptop

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Out Of Focus And Badly Lit: David Emmett's Photos From The Valencia MotoGP Test


Compare and contrast: Suzuki's chassis provides outstanding handling and turning


Honda's super stiff 2015 RC213V. Incredible braking and turning


Michele Pirro's Ducati GP14: Stiff, excellent stability in braking, but turning, not so much...

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Amateur Spy: David Emmett's Out-of-Focus Shots From The Sepang Test, Part 1


Big changes at Ducati. Andrea Dovizioso shows off the new tank cover housing a revised electronics position.


Here's another part: the rear seat unit is wider, and features larger air scoops


New frame, new tank, new seat, new fairing, new handlebar grip position... the list goes on

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2012 Jerez MotoGP Thursday Round Up: Of Excess Horsepower, Long Runs and the Chances of Rain

Though the night race at Qatar is spectacular, the paddock at Jerez feels like a proper paddock. There is a bustle missing from Qatar, and the return of the hospitality units means that it is an altogether more colorful place. The presence of the hospitality units also means seeing more old friends, the men and women who slave all weekend putting the units together and ensuring that everything runs smoothly within them, and that the guests who spend their time there - including, most importantly, the people who foot the bill for this whole MotoGP malarkey - pass it as pleasantly as possible. These are the people who are the backbone of MotoGP, the foundation on which it is built, and it is always a happy moment meeting them again.

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2012 IRTA MotoGP Jerez Test Photos - The Editor's Mediocre Pit Lane Shots


No cilinder head peaking through the fairings on Valentino Rossi's bike shows how much the engine has changed


New for 2012: front brake protectors. The riders don't even notice they're there.


Racing art: Brembos machined from solid

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