At Home With Scott Jones: Laguna Seca WSBK Photos, Part 2

Seeking shade at Laguna Seca

Nicky Hayden at Laguna Seca? Always a good bet for the podium

Top of the hill, just before you plunge down the Corkscrew

"The best package on the grid," is how other riders describe the Aprilia RSV4

It came from the Laguna

Ducati / Akrapovic, up close

Alex De Angelis has recovered extremely well from his horrific crash at Motegi last year

How to keep your clutch plates in order, by Ducati

Alex Lowes, still not completely fit, but still fast

Davide Giugliano, dapper gentleman

With an occasional tendency to end in the gravel

Bottom of the Corkscrew, pretty as a picture

Life's not easy for the reigning BSB champ Josh Brookes

Attention to detail

Magic Michael van der Mark

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it's just too bad these guys can't come to someplace more centrally located like Road America or Mid Ohio.  Motorcycling is just not able to support racing in the USA except in climates like California and Florida. Almost makes me wish I lived in Europe again, almost!

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Interesting the difference in diameter from left to right on the Ducati/Akrapovic exhaust.

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"Best package on the grid"...
Hey Scott, great pictures yet again! Curious, can you provide a bit more info about other riders saying the Aprilia is the best package?
No picture does the corkscrew justice - it feels like you are FALLING in there, suspension is unweighted. Quite an experience.
Watching video it sure is fun to watch Superbikes there relative to the GP bikes in that they move around a bunch. And not in just a few spots, lots. You can really see what is going on.

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