100% raw, unfiltered emotion. Motorcycle racing doesn't get any more real than this
"The position at the start doesn't really matter," Alex Rins said. Makes you wonder what might have happened if he hadn't started 13th,though
Front row photo after Marc Marquez mugged the Ducatis and stole pole from Fabio Quartararo
It would not be their day on Sunday
There is nothing that Pol Espargaro loves more than trying to wrestle a MotoGP bike into submission. That's why he is so fast on the KTM
Not so Tranky Franky - Morbidelli crashed out of the race early on, falling at the last corner
Room with a view: the large farmhouse which looks out over Arrabbiata 1 and the circuit entrance
Rookies always have it tough in MotoGP, but some have it tougher than others. Despite this, Miguel Oliveira has shown signs of promise.
Spectacular doesn't begin to describe it
One of the best corner combinations in the world: Casanova - Savelli, and on to Arrabbiata 1
Jack Miller gets it crossed up up to get it turned in
Best Yamaha rider at the moment? Arguably Fabio Quartararo
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