2015 MotoGP Sepang 1 Test Gallery - Poorly Framed And Out Of Focus Photos From Day 1


The biggest change on the 2015 Honda RC213V, the rear subframe mount points


Yamaha's exhaust is slightly different to the one trialed in Valencia. Looks good, sounds fantastic


Matteo Flamigni and his magical laptop


Suzuki have brought a new exhaust system, which is shorter


Suzuki's frame is very slim above the swingarm pivot


The Ducati GP14.3 - A number of small but subtle differences


The GP14.3, a closer look. The most visible change is a narrower waist around the seat, the chassis curving inward as it rises


Just visible, if you look closely, the curve of the upper part of the chassis


The geometry has changed a little too. The front forks are barely poking through the top yokes on the new bike, less than the old


For comparison, here is Danilo Petrucci's Pramac GP14. He has 6+cm of fork through the top yoke


That puts the bike very much on its nose


The Aprilia is the most changed bike since Valencia. New chassis, revised engine. It looks more like a prototype now


No seamless gearbox yet, though. That is likely to come later in the year


It is a good-looking machine. This is test rider Michael Laverty's bike


A wet clutch is something of an oddity on a racing motorcycle


The Aprilia, unclothed


Tech 3's new exhaust sponsor means that they cannot follow the design of the factory bike


Ohlins goodies for Pol


The #25 bike awaits Maverick


Suzuki's 4-2-1 exhaust


The rear end of the Honda RC213V is very special indeed


Serpentine elegance


Attention to detail: the onboard camera and rain lights are both enclosed in bodywork on the factory Hondas


The Open Honda looks almost cheap by comparison


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