Silverstone, Scott Jones' Style: More Photos From Race Day

Hungry like a wolf. Scott Redding's appetite was assuaged after Silverstone

A sideways glance at Marc Marquez' riding style

Within half a lap, Lorenzo and Marquez had made a break

Valentino Rossi had work to do after the start. He disposed of Stefan Bradl relatively quickly

Red zone

The fastest man on two wheels (unpowered). Mark Cavendish came to watch his friend Cal Crutchlow at Silverstone

Future champ? Luis Salom's status as favorite firms up every weekend

Cal Crutchlow had a big crash at Vale on Sunday morning ...

... then nearly got torpedoed by Marc Marquez, who crashed directly behind him ...

... Marquez dislocated his shoulder, and picked up two penalty points for the incident

History suggests running a special livery at home is a bad idea for a British rider. Unless you're Scott Redding, of course

Fuel was tight at Silverstone. So tight, Valentino Rossi had to hitch a lift back to the pits

A familiar image: Bradley Smith leads the Ducatis, as he has done for the past few races

While Redding shone, Pol Espargaro struggled at Silverstone

So close. Takaaki Nakagami made it three second places in a row at the British GP. A win must follow soon

Alvaro Bautista has picked up his game since the summer break

Coming through

Redding, shining

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Great Work Capturing

Great work capturing the essence of the practice sessions and race. These pictures tell the story of the race weekend. Excellent.

Total votes: 55

Silverstone pictures

Excellent work!

Thanks for the images.

Total votes: 57


Mark Cavendish throws down 1600+ watts in finishing sprints, that 2+ horse power! Try it, it's a hell of a lot of POWER.

Total votes: 60

Great pics


Total votes: 57

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