Scott Jones' Photos From Thursday And Friday At The Sachsenring

The first batch of images are in from Scott Jones, here at the Sachsenring, and once again, they are real gems. There'll be plenty more to come over the next few days.

Valentino Rossi, not looking through the corner

Nicky Hayden and Chris Vermeulen on damp German asphalt

In case Marco forgets what number he runs

Casey Stoner may be ill, but that doesn't stop him from being fast

Toni Elias demonstrating that you only need to use the first inch or so of the handlebars

Dani Pedrosa leads Niccolo Canepa, by a long way

Alex de Angelis showing that he can hang off the bike further than his team mate

Gabor Talmacsi is learning fast

Loris Capirossi - lasts longer than the Duracell bunny

Colin Edwards, looking through the corner after the corner after this one

Rossi, almost as fast on rain tires as on slicks

Marco Melandri, because black is the new black

Nicky Hayden found where he left his mojo

Aprilia racing. That's all you need to know.

Hector Barbera - determined to make it into the MotoGP class, and going about it the right way

Aleix Espargaro, taking Talmacsi's 250, and his number

Hiroshi Aoyama bidding to be the next Japanese rider in MotoGP

Alvaro Bautista, stylish as ever

Mattia Pasini is on the grid, and riding, after another last minute payment by his team to Aprilia

Marco Simoncelli is another exponent of the Rossi school of looking at the pavement, not through the corner

Alex Debon, the Spanish veteran just keeps plugging away

Danny Webb, getting closer to the top 3 all the time

American Cameron Beaubier has yet to match the pace of his incredible team mate Marquez

Bradley Smith on his way to another Aspar whitewash of practice

Scott Redding is just a fraction off the pace in Germany

Two stroke beauty

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"Colin Edwards, looking through the corner after the corner after this one."

Hilarious!  But, isn't that how one goes through the Omega Kurve?  ;-)

Also, in Capirossi's case, did you mean the Energizer Bunny?  Or, has Duracell come up with some kind of marketing coup over there?

love the shot of hayden and the snaking track to his left. more plz!