Fast again. But the problem for Maverick Viñales is that the Yamaha is only quick at some tracks, and not others
This man, though, is the man to fear
Ready to go. A bit more ready than last year, for sure
Mattia Pasini leads Moto2 in Australia
Alvaro Bautista gets a go on a GP18. So far, so good
Andrea Dovizioso, better than 2017
Valentino Rossi used to own Phillip Island. He needs another Yamaha M1 if he wants to own it again
Mike Jones is back, in for Alvaro Bautista. Scoring a point might be harder this year, though
Cal Crutchlow was quick, until a horrific crash at Turn 1 left him with a broken ankle
A lot of media interest for Jack Miller
Pecco Bagnaia, the man who would be champ
Moto2 frame laid bare
The end Aprilia would like to be showing the competition
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