Memory Lane, Part 3: The Sachsenring, As Seen By Scott Jones

Another day, another set of beautiful photographs taken by MotoMatters.com snapper Scott Jones. That weekend saw the weather play a major role, with race day finally drying up and producing three great races, including a scintillating MotoGP contest. Relive it all again in glorious color:


Valentino Rossi had things well under control in Germany


Still probably the best looking bike on the grid


58, the number of the Fabulous Furry Freak Brother


Black 'n' Sticky R Us


Casey Stoner was starting to run out of steam by the Sachsenring


Alex de Angelis hangs five


2009 saw a calmer, quieter Hector Barbera


Chris Vermeulen and Nicky Hayden, not usually in the same shot


James Toseland was firmly ensconced at the rear of the field by July


250cc, Moto2, MotoGP - Aleix Espargaro had a busy year in 2009


Omega


A future world champion


Fast Frenchman Jules Cluzel


Aprilia. Racing. Synonyms.


One cylinder, two strokes, one hundred and twenty five cubic centimeters. Simplicity is beauty.


Danny Webb had high hopes of 2009, but sadly they didn't come out as he hoped


After a year in the Red Bull Rookies Cup, Cameron Beaubier scored a factory KTM ride


Big, Bad, Bradley


Last of the Brit 125 trio, Scott Redding's luck was mostly bad this season


Mattia Pasini cannot spare a moment to admire nature's bounty


Marco Simoncelli, Mr December


Saxony welcomes careful drivers


Like a fish out of water in 2009

 

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