More Laguna Seca Images, From Jules Cisek

Last year, we ran some photos from Laguna Seca by friend of, and one of the driving forces behind the forums and the outstanding MotoGPOD podcast, Jules Cisek, who many of you will know by the nickname Popmonkey. Jules' day job is "something in computers", an occupation which seems to be almost compulsory in his native San Francisco. But it's quite clear from his fantastic photography that IT's gain is photography's loss. Fortunately for us, he's allowed us to share some of his superb pictures from the 2008 US GP at Laguna Seca. And what's even better is that Jules' skill as a snapper is obviously improving.

The Doctor's bike at the Hard Rock Cafe


Names To Watch For: The Red Bull Rookies


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's poor Jorge Lorenzo


The big time:

Jorge Lorenzo and Chris Vermeulen, Laguna Seca


Two-time winner at Laguna, and a MotoGP world championship, yet Nicky Hayden still can't afford socks:


Strictly socializing: Yamaha team manager Davide Brivio and Loris Capirossi's manager Carlo Pernat:


Tornado or Terminator?


You can't keep a good man down: Vincent Haskovec

Vincent Haskovec


The Fastest Pillion In The West

Randy Mamola


They paid a lot of money for the privilege

Randy Mamola plus pillion


Careful with that cooler, Eugene

Red Bull bridge, Laguna Seca


Would he still think it was cool if we told him that they call that a pork pie hat in England?

Andrea Dovizioso


Livio Suppo, Marlboro Man

Livio Suppo


Back To The Future

Marco Melandri


You won't recognize the man on the left until he speaks... MotoGPOD's Bob Hayes hits Cannery Row

Bob Hayes of MotoGPOD


21 liters of pure, blistering pace

Ducati GP8 gas tank


Suzuki's latest naked bike

Suzuki GSVR MotoGP bike


Special paint: unlucky for some

Colin Edwards Yamaha Laguna Seca


Toni Elias goes native

Toni Elias


More tomorrow...



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Those are beautiful images Jules! I hope we can see more in the future! Keep up the good work with the images and helping Bob Hayes do the Podcast! Hope to see you at MotoGP in Indy! Cheers!