Scott Jones In Tuscany: Race Day At Mugello, Part 1


Pride of Italy: Romano Fenati sporting a stunning Tricolore paint scheme


They tried to catch Jorge Lorenzo, but Lorenzo was not for catching


Yellow Mugello Madness


Heartbreak for Ducati as Dovizioso's rear sprocket rounded...


And joy, as Maniac Joe bagged second after a brilliant race


Sam Lowes demonstrates the noble art of backing it in


Lap 2 or lap 18? The Moto3 race was like this all the way to the line


Johann Zarco gives a lesson in managing a championship


The Doctor had his passing lights on


HRC's new swingarm for the RC213V, with a fraction more flex. The swingarm linkage, further forward, is a thing of beauty


Cal Crutchlow could have started the race with new gloves, but new gloves mean tight fingers means arm pump


Tito Rabat, back to winning ways


A bad way to end a race: a dislocated ankle for Cal Crutchlow


Every team's worst nightmare: Italtrans riders Mika Kallio and Franco Morbidelli crashed out at Mugello simultaneously


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can't help but think the morning crash had something to do with the sprocket failure....possibly over-looked gravel? can't find a picture of sprocket..... anyone?