MotoGP in a nutshell
Jack Miller took to the Ducati like a duck to water
Front row and a podium. Jerez set Johann Zarco up perfectly for his home race two weeks later. Though that didn't quite work out like he hoped
Mika Kallio was a wildcard entry at Jerez, with a new, backwards-rotating crankshaft in the RC16. The two factory KTMs got that engine shortly afterward
Signs of things to come: Jorge Lorenzo led for the first part of the race, until his arms tired, a problem which would only be solved with a new tank
Racing in the first Spanish race of the year was a less than happy experience for Maverick Viñales, who finished 13 seconds behind the winner
Sure, everything is done on laptops in MotoGP. But before it goes into a laptop, it first gets written down on paper
Red Bull even gives trailers wings
Pole on Saturday at Jerez was confirmation that Cal Crutchlow was in the right place in 2018
Corner entry remained a problem for the KTM all year
No, not a Cyberman. The men and women of the fire brigade stand in the sun all day long, in full protective gear
Taka Nakagami, flying. He flew much faster at the test at Jerez in November
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