Scott Jones In Qatar: Friday Night In The Desert

Night becomes day for Cal Crutchlow

Meet the new boss. Aleix Espargaro has blown everyone away at Qatar

Valentino Rossi's led-lit helmet looks great under the floodlights

Not a happy bunny. Lorenzo will have to wait for Le Mans for some help with the tires

Mike Leitner, a big part of Dani Pedrosa's 25 MotoGP wins

This is a big year for Stefan Bradl. Podium or bust

Broke his leg 6 weeks ago, and straight back to the top. No stopping Marc Marquez

Crazy Joe casts a long shadow in the Losail Night

The joy of having fuel to burn. Still among the slowest along the straight

Penny for your thoughts, Scott Redding?

Danilo Petrucci raises sparks in the night

Nicky Hayden in green. Takes some getting used to

Testing at Qatar is paying dividends for Alvaro Bautista

Don't mess with Texas

Dirt tracking - that's how Marquez broke his leg last time...

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A Google search, checking Avintia Racing and Kawasaki UK & USA, Avintia and MotoGP social media all provided zero results of Avintia's significant new bike. Even provided just one photo.

Is this what their entry fee buys? Throughout the web the only photos I found were pre season testing or from last season. Expensive 'media buy' by Avintia Racing so far.

Is there a story here? Avintia Racing gained a reputation for effective self promotion (or being brash?) They have a brand new machine, coupled with far greater Kawasaki involvement- even Yoda's deputy has been photographed in Avintia's garage. Despite this, the only photos on their web site or Facebook page, even under their most recent section, were all from 2013. Odd.

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