Jack Miller keeps it low at Silverstone. He had a good weekend, though a loss of grip hampered him at the end
Compare and contrast Andrea Iannone's body position on the Aprilia with Miller on the Ducati. Not the same corner, but Iannone is obviously uncomfortable
The boss congratulates the winner. The one criticism you hear about Ezpeleta is he is too close to the riders sometimes
Tito Rabat returned to the place which nearly ended his career. Things went much smoother this time
Pol Espargaro in Beast Mode, the only mode he knows
Valentino Rossi still has it. Or enough of it to at least be competitive
Win together, lose together. But winning together is the better feeling
V4 exhausts converging on the optimal solution
Fast, flowing, and physical, that's Silverstone
Maverick Viñales had pace for the second half of the race, but not the first half
Hafizh Syahrin has struggled all year, but he still looks good on the bike
Practice start: pull yourself as far forward as possible, and give it the berries
In the tuck out of pit lane
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