Cormac Shoots Le Mans: Mixed Fortunes For Many In France


Fabio Quartararo came to his home Grand Prix with enormous pressure from the French fans, but he acquitted himself remarkably well


A sea of yellow awaits Valentino Rossi


Joan Mir came to Le Mans with high hopes...


Which were dashed by three crashes on Sunday, including one on the warm up lap


A shadow falls over Maverick Viñales


Danilo Petrucci needed a result at Le Mans. He got not one, but two, with a front row start and a podium


Compare and contrast: Pol Espargaro finished less than six seconds from the winner at Le Mans. He made a big step forward with the KTM RC16


Johann Zarco ... didn't.


Jack Miller demonstrates why riders are using thumb brakes. There's barely room for his leg under the bike now


Miller lead the race for a while, before Marc Marquez got back in front of him


The smile of a man who had hoped for so much more. Second place was small comfort indeed for Andrea Dovizioso


Alex Rins heading up the stairs to the press conference on Thursday. Little did he know how rough his weekend was about to get


If you'd like to have very high-resolution (4K) versions of the fantastic photos which appear on the site, you can become a site supporter and take out a subscription. A subscription will also give you access to the many in-depth and exclusive articles we produce for MotoMatters.com site supporters. The more readers who join our growing band of site supporters, the better we can make MotoMatters.com, and the more readers will get out of the website. You can find out more about subscribing to MotoMatters.com here.

If you would like to buy a copy of one of these photos, you can email Cormac Ryan Meenan

If you'd like to see more of Cormac's work, you can follow him on Twitter or Instagram, or check out his website, cormacgp.com.

Back to top