After yesterday's instalment of Scott Jones' fantastic images from Qatar, today we have more, from the heart of Utah's stunning landscapes. The World Superbike paddock went to Miller Motorsports Park, and Scott Jones captured it all on film. With such a breathtaking backdrop, Scott is at his best. Savor round 7 of the World Superbike series all over again, and remember that you can help out by supporting MotoMatters.com in 2010.
Miller Motorsports Park - The Jewel Of Utah
Ben Spies: the Texas Terror unleashed his Blitzkrieg on World Superbikes in 2009
After many years stalwart service, Shinya Nakano went out with a whimper, not a bang
2009's Nearly Man: Nitro Nori, and Mr March in the MotoMatters.com 2010 Racing Calendar
The Other Nearly Man: Eugene Laverty beat the Ten Kate Hondas, but not Cal Crutchlow
Still crazy after all these years: Gazza McCoy
The Roman Emperor has already warned the competition that he intends to win the title next year
The Italian dairy giant benefited from some Longhorn support
Jay-Z: Jake Zemke had a troubled time substituting for fellow American John Hopkins at Monza and Miller
Brit Tom Sykes had a decent season, but had the bad luck to share a garage with Ben Spies
Haga tripped himself up at Miller. It happened far too often in '09
Katsuaki Fujiwara was outclassed on the track by his teammate, but had the coolest helmet design
Outgunned by his younger teammate, Carlos Checa was ousted at Ten Kate at the end of the year
Shakey Byrne deserved better than he got in 2009
Miller's location makes it hard to concentrate on the racing sometimes
Cal 'Cleaned Up' Crutchlow
Mad, bad and dangerous to know, especially if you're his team manager: Michel 'Hurricane' Fabrizio
Kenan Sofuoglu was the only Ten Kate World Supersport rider to hold his own in the class
Did we mention the scenery at Miller yet?
How to come back from an 88 point deficit: Get the holeshot ...
... and go on to win race one ...
... then take race two
Are you sure we mentioned the scenery already?
Because it really is something else, you know ...
The World Supersport race at Miller Motorsports Park turned into a real slugfest
And this man turned out to be the most brutal of all
Is it a bird? Sort of, it's Melissa Paris, the first woman to go international roadracing in a long time
Ok, last time. What a view ...