Cormac Shoots Jerez: MotoGP Photos Bathed In Spanish Sun


A star is born at Jerez. We knew Fabio Quartararo was quick. We were surprised at just how quick


Whoops


Maverick Viñales had at least some of his mojo back. He was quick, strong from the start, and ended on the podium


You can't tell a photographer what to do. Even if your name is Valentino Rossi


Fresh from his success in Austin, things didn't go to plan for Jack Miller


Johann Zarco keeps struggling with the KTM. A lot of work still to do


Sweeping through Turns 3 and 4. The left side of the tire gets a real work out at Jerez


In MotoGP, even the doctors are rockstars. Dr. Charte (left, in the nomex racing suit) looks the part too, especially when he is in the safety car. On the right, in the white shirt, the racers' favorite surgeon, Dr. Mir


Ducs in a row


Tranky Franky (copyright Neil Morrison)


Joan Mir is fast, but still learning. Moves around a bit too much on the bike still


Quartararo's secret? He doesn't seem to move or hang off the bike as much as the others. It works for him, clearly


Cal Crutchlow, locked and loaded


Despite it being a tough year for Miguel Oliveira, the Portuguese rookie is making real progress

 


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